Dr Ir Antoine Karangwa,HoD

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Campus: 
Office Location: 
Busogo Campus
Phone Number: 
+250788 357 981
E-mail: 
akarangwa@ur.ac.rw

Education Background

PhD in Agronomic Sciences and Biological Engineering with specialization in Economics and Rural Development

University Faculty of Agronomic Sciences of Gembloux/Belgium (currently University of Liège, Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech)

Department of Economics and Rural Development

Thesis topic: Diagnostic et essai de typologie des exploitations agricoles de GIKONGORO (au Rwanda). Formulation et analyse socioéconomique des interventions de développement agricole.

2- DEA in Agronomic Sciences and Biological Engineering with specialization in Economics and Rural Development

University Faculty of Agronomic Sciences of Gembloux/Belgium (currently University of Liège, Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech)

Department of Economics and Rural Development

Thesis topic: Essai d’analyse et d’évaluation du fonctionnement socio-économique des exploitations agricoles familiales de Gikongoro au Rwanda

3- Master of Science in Farm and Environment Management

Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Montpellier/France, International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies

4- Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Agricultural Engineer), Faculty of Agriculture of the National University of Rwanda, Butare

 

Research /consultancies/Community service

- Agriculture production,

- Rural and agricultural development economics,

- Integrated assessment of agriculture and sustainable development,

Projects design, management and evaluation,

- Economic modeling of agro-economic, food security system and policy as well as the development of decision aid tools in agriculture sector: Modeling in GAMS language (General Algebraic Modeling System),

- Diagnostic analysis of rural areas, Environmental management

Publications

  • Musabanganji E., Karangwa A. and Lebailly P. (2015). Determinants of access to agricultural credits for small scale farmers in the Southern Province of Rwanda. Accepted for presentation in the VI International Agricultural Symposium ‘’Agrosym 2015’’, Jehorina, 15-18 October 2015, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  • Musabanganji E., Karangwa A. and Lebailly P. (2015). Price transmission mechanism analysis: an application to selected foodstuffs on the main markets of the southern Rwanda. Accepted for publication in EAJST.
  • Karangwa A., Niyitanga F., Bucagu, C., Musabanganji, E. and Habimana Sylvestre (2015). Effect test of Earth Boost based fertilizer on the physical Growth and Yield Performance of Bean in Bugesera District Environment. East African Journal of Science and Technology [on line] Available at the world wide web: ‘’http://eajournal.inilak.ac.rw/Vol%205%20Issue%202/Paper4.pdf
  • Karangwa A. and Ngirinshuti H.J. (2015). Diagnostic and typology of economic functioning of farming systems in the southern province of Rwanda. Case study of Nyamagabe and Nyaruguru Districts. East African Journal of science and technology. Vol 5(1), p21-32
  • Habimana S., Karangwa A., Mbabazi P., Nduwumuremyi A. (2014). Economics of integrated weed management in soybean (Glycine max l.). International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship Special Issue 2, 2014.
  • Karangwa A. (2013), Tests of the agronomic performance of industrial origin organic fertilizers in the agro-ecological conditions of Rwanda. Case study of Earth Boost on maize cultivation in Kicukiro District. East African Journal of science and technology. Vol 2(2). p38-52
  • Karangwa A. (2013). Comparative study of the effects of four concentrated diets on the growth of the broiler chicken. Case of the Hubbard classic race [on line] East African Journal of science and technology. Vol 2(1). Available on the World Wide Web:  http://eajst.inilak.ac.rw/
  • Karangwa A., Militery O., Ngirincuti H. J. and   Habiyaremye G. (2012), Effects of bean seed treatment to the imidacloprid-gaucho on the Bean Stem Maggot, the Black Bean Aphids attacks and the Bean Common Mosaic Virus transmission, East African Journal of science and technology. Vol 1(2), 59-67.
  • Militery O., Karangwa A., Ngirincuti H.J. and   Habiyaremye G. (2012), Tourism industry and local development around the National park of Virunga in Rwanda, East African Journal of science and technology. Vol 1(2). INILAK. Kigali-Rwanda.
  • Habiyaremye G., Jairu J.D., Ngamije J., Baragahoranye I.Karangwa A. (2012), Statistical Analysis of Climatic Variables and Prediction Outlook in Rwanda, East African Journal of Science and Technology, 2012; 1(1): 27- 34.
  • Bazimenyera J.D, Qiang Fu, Karangwa A. (2012), Solid waste management in Kigali City, East African Journal of Science and Technology. 1(2): 46-54