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UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION TO COMBAT DESERTIFICATION

International Cooperation

TRAINING COURSE ON

“Erosion Control, Afforestation and Rehabilitation of Degraded Forest Lands Techniques,”


1-5 November 2010, Denizli, Turkey
Background


The project hereby is a technical cooperation project that covers issues such as reasons for desertification/land degradation, seed and seedling production for combating desertification/land rehabilitation, forestation, erosion control and participatory approach with the aim of increasing the level of regional collaboration among the countries of the region and enabling each country in the region to share the technical experience they have gained so far.
As a result of United Nations Rio Conference, three main conventions in the field of environment were determined. They are Biodiversity, Climate Change and Combating Desertification conventions. 110 countries have been affected by desertification which is a global problem. One of the most important results of desertification is the loss of soil fertility and as a result there emerges hunger, famine, migration and wars.

Ministry of Environment and Forestry prepared a project on land rehabilitation/combating desertification and forestry for regional cooperation. It is supported by Turkish International Cooperation Agency (TIKA).

Our country has quite significant experiences in combating desertification/land degradation which is an important problem for the humankind and our planet and we are declared as one of the leading trainer countries by United Nations. Sharing the experiences gained by our country with the countries under desertification danger in Central Asia, the Balkans and Africa (Afghanistan, Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ethiopia, Palestine, Georgia, Montenegro, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Kosovo, Macedonia, Mongolia, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Senegal, Sudan, Syria, Pakistan, Ukraine, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan) complies with our country’s mission.




Objectives of the training course

  • To exchange of information/knowledge and experience on the Erosion Control Techniques, Afforestation and Rehabilitation of Degraded Forest Lands, among scientific, technical and management personnel from the interested countries;

  • To promote effective cooperation among the related institutions of countries and transfer of technology and know-how on the field of the Erosion Control Techniques, Afforestation and Rehabilitation of Degraded Forest Lands,

  • To support and strengthen the implementation of the Convention through providing useful input from the regional achievements/findings on the efforts of combating desertification and sustainable management of land resources.

Scope/subject of the training course

The core scope of the training workshop will focus on exploring of regional and national experiences of the countries on the Erosion Control Techniques, Afforestation and Rehabilitation of Degraded Forest Lands.

Five working days will be allocated on two main items: two days for paper presentations two days for field visit and one day touristic trip. Representatives from the Countries are invited to present their achievements, opportunities as well as difficulties on their practices. Experts and academicians will give scientific lectures on specific topics. Representative from UNCCD Secretariat is also supposed to make an intervention on the purpose and the status of the process of regional cooperation.

Tentatively the following topics with regard to the erosion control, afforestation and rehabilitation of degraded forest lands techniques, may be elaborated during the training workshop:



  • Technical, financial and expertise potentials and possibilities on the erosion control, afforestation and rehabilitation of degraded forest lands techniques as well as the difficulties encountered in countries;

  • New and alternative methodologies and approaches on the erosion control, afforestation and rehabilitation of degraded forest lands techniques

  • What the role of the revagetation in the combating of desertification

After each presentation there will be enough time for discussion. The topics above are provisional only and will be finalized after consultations with interested sides.

Detailed agenda for the training course will be prepared and send to the registered participants beforehand.



Eligibility:

The course is open to two representative from Afghanistan, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ethiopia, Palestine, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, Senegal, Sudan, Syria, Pakistan, and is aimed at related decision makers, forest engineer, and NGOs involved in the management of environmental problems related to afforestation, erosion control, desertification and forestry.



Application:

The candidates will make an application to TIKA regional offices in their country and for each country, two participant will be selected from at least four candidates (more than four candidates can apply for each country, two of them will be selected) by a committee composed by AGM (The General Directorate of Afforestation and Erosion Control of Turkey).



Dead Line for application: 24 September 2010

Course Format:

The course will consist of lectures, group-learning activities, case study and filed trips.

Language of the trainings shall be Turkish and English
Dates of the training course:

The date for the training course for Afghanistan, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ethiopia, Palestine, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, Senegal, Sudan, Syria, Pakistan was tentatively decided as 1-5 November 2010.



Host Institution and the Venue
The Course will be managed by General Directorate of Afforestation and Erosion Control (AGM)-Ministry of Environment and Forestry(MOEF), The Turkish International Cooperation And Development Agency (TIKA)

The course will be held at Denizli, Turkey.



Denizli;

Denizli is a province of Turkey in Western Anatolia, on high ground above the Aegean coast. Neighbouring provinces are Uşak to the north, Burdur, Isparta, Afyon to the east, Aydın, Manisa to the west and Muğla to the south. It is located between the coordinates 28° 30’ and 29° 30’ E and 37° 12’ and 38° 12’ N. It covers an area of 11,868 km², and the population is 882,938.

Geography


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Limestone terraces in Karahayıt, Denizli

Approximately 28-30% of the land is plain, 25% is high plateau and tableland, and 47% is mountainous. At 2571m Mount Honaz is the highest in the province, and indeed in Western Anatolia. Babadag in the Mentes range has a height of 2308 meters. The biggest lake in Denizli is Acıgöl, which means bitter lake and indeed industrial salts (sodium sulphate) are extracted from this lake which is highly alkaline. There is a thermal spring to the west of Sarayköy, at the source of the Great Menderes River, which contains bicarbonates and sulfates. There is another hot spring in Kizildere which reaches 200˚C.

A geothermal steam source was first found in the region in 1965 during drilling work. Today there is a power plant producing electricity from the geothermal steam. Only 11% of the geothermal energy source is used to produce electricity and 89% of it, which flows into the Great Menderes, is 150˚C at source (it is contains energy equal to 35,000 to 40,000 tonnes of fuel oil).


Climate


In general the Aegean region has a mild climate. However, it becomes harsher at altitude . Temperatures can rise to 40 °C during summer and fall to -10 °C in winter. There are about 80 days with precipitation, mainly during winter.

History

Antiquity


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Pamukkale below the ruins of Hierapolis

There are traces of prehistoric cultures throughout the province, including evidence of pre-Hittite cultures and the Hittites themselves. The Hittites were followed by Phrygians, Lydians and Persians, and then cities founded by the ancient Greeks and Alexander the Great. The first real settlement was the city of Laodicea on the Lycus which was established by King Antiochus II for his wife Laodice. Laodicea is located 6 km north of the city of Denizli.

The city of Hierapolis was established around 190 BC by the Pergamene Kingdom, one of the Hellenistic states of Anatolia. The calcified terraces and pools of Pamukkale (Cotton Castle) now stand below the ruins of Hierapolis. The two cities, Laodicea and Hierapolis later came under Roman rule, and with the division of the Empire in 395 were left within the boundaries of the East Roman Empire.


The Christian era


The province has strong biblical connections: in the Book of Revelation, John the Evangelist hears a loud voice which sounded like a trumpet when he was on the island of Patmos. The voice says: "Write down what you see and send the book to the Churches in these seven cities: Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia and Laodicea". The Church of Laodicea was a sacred place even in pre-Christian times, and is still visited by Christians today, although it lost its importance to a great extent during Byzantine rule.

The Turkish era


Turks were first seen in Denizli in 1070 when Afşın Bey, under the control of the Seljuk Sultan Alp Arslan, raided the area. The second and third Crusades fought here against Kazıkbeli, who managed to flee with a small force to Antalya. Later, after the Turks had established control of the ancient cities, they moved south to the site of the present city of Denizli, where drinking water was brought through stone pipes. The name Laodicea slowly changed into “Ladik” then since the 17th century other names were given “Tonguzlu”, ”Tonuzlu”, ”Tenguzlug”, ”Donuzlu” and finally “Denizli”.

After World War I, when the Greek army arrived in İzmir on May 15, 1919, one of first centres of Turkish resistance formed at an open air meeting in Denizli. A Turkish militia formed lines on the Menderes organized by Yörük Ali and Demirci Efe, involving large numbers of volunteers from the local peasantry. Stiffened by the Turkish regular army, Greek forces were repelled, and Denizli remained in Turkish hands throughout the Greco-Turkish War.


Places of interest


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  • Laodicea ad Lycum - Ruins of the ancient city 6 km north of Denizli near the village of Eskihisar.

  • Hierapolis and Pamukkale -20 km north of Denizli. The ruins of the ancient city and the hillside covered in minerals from the thermal waters.

  • The Seljuk caravanserai Akhan, 6 km from Denizli on the Ankara highway.

and near the other districts in the province....

  • Tripolis (Phrygia) near the village of Yenicekent in Buldan - ruins of a city dating back to the Hellenistic period.

  • a few remains of the ancient city of Colossae, in Honaz.

  • Beycehöyük in Çivril, where several antiquities of the Copper Age dating back to 3000 BC were found.

  • The Hanabat Caravanserai in Çardak is a typical Seljuk caravaserai.

  • The Ahmetli Bridge over the Great Menderes river, 15 km from Sarayköy dates back to the Roman era.

Logistics and Administration

TIKA will manage air travel expenses (by the most economical, direct route) from originating country to Denizli Airport. Details will be given through invitation letters to the admitted candidates.

TIKA/AGM will arrange transportation to and from the airport to the activity locations and transportation for the filed visits.

Full board accommodation in hotels of the Denizli area and meals will be cover by AGM.


AGM-MOEF and TIKA will officially forward to the Turkish Embassies of the relevant countries the name of the participants to enable them to the contact the consulates for visa procedures.
Contact addresses for more information























Erdogan OZEVREN

UNCCD National Focal Point

Ministry of Environment and Forestry

General Directorate of Afforestation and Erosion Control

Sogutozu Cad. No 14/B Ankara, TURKEY

Tel: +90 312 2075716

Fax: +90 312 2075756

E-mail: collesme@cevreorman.gov.tr



Tolghan YALTALI

Forest Engineer

Ministry of Environment and Forestry

General Directorate of Afforestation and Erosion Control

Sogutozu Cad. No 14/B Ankara, TURKEY

Tel: +90 312 2075873

Fax: +90 312 2075756

E-mail: collesme@cevreorman.gov.tr






LIST OF UNCCD FOCAL POINTS


COUNTRY

NAME

AFILIATION

INSTITUTION

TEL/FAX

e-mail

Afghanistan

Mr. Ghulam Mustafa Jawad

Technical Deputy Minister



Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Food
Kabul

Tel: +(93-20) 250.0347



mostafa_jawad@yahoo.com

Albania


Mr. Sajmir Hoxha

Advisor

Minister
Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Water Administration Tirana

Tel: +(355-4) 22.44.56
Fax: +(355-4) 22.44.56



shoxha@moe.gov.al

Azerbaijan

Mr. Ogtay Jafarov

Specialist

Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources
Baku

Tel: +(9-9412) 98.05.41

Fax: +(9-9412) 92.59.07 / 98.05.63



o_jafarov@yahoo.com

Bosnia and Herzegovina


Prof. Dr. Mihajlo Markovic



Head of the Institute

The Institute for the Agroecology and Soil Sciences
Faculty of Agriculture

Tel.: +(387-51) 312.390
Fax.: +(387-51) 312

mmarkovic@blic.net

Georgia


Ms. Giorgi Kolbin



Head of Division

Department of International Relations and Conventions
Ministry of Environment Protection and Natural Resources Tbilisi

Tel.: +(995-32) 727223
Fax.: +(995-32) 727223

gmep@access.sanet.ge

Kazakhstan


Mr. Bulat Bekniyazov

Director



Department of Strategic Planning and Analysis
Ministry of Environmental Astana

Tel.: +(7-7172) 74.00.59
Fax.: +(77172) 74.00.62

b_bekniyazov@moos.kz

Kyrgyzstan



Mr. Kasymov Kambarali



State-Secretary

Ministry of Agriculture, Water Resources and Process Industry

Tel.: +(996-312) 62.53.66 Fax.: +(996-312) 54.09.75 / 62.35.87

cacilm@ktnet.kg

Montenegro

Mrs. Lazarela Kalezic



Senior Advisor



Ministry of Tourismand Envir onment



Tel.: +(382) 81 482 169
Fax.: +(382) 81 234 168

lakik@mn.yu,
ministarsivo.turizma@mn.yu

Palestine

Dr. Issa Musa Al-Baradeiya




Environment Quality Authority

Tel.: +(972-2) 240.3495
Fax.: +(972-2) 240.3494



issadwan@yahoo.com

Senegal

Monsieur Daniel Joseph Réné André






Ministère de l'Environnement, de la Protection de la Nature,

Tel.: +(221) 33 8310101
Fax.: +(221) 338320426

andresakho@orange.sn

Sudan

Mr. Salah Eldien Abdella Elobied

Director General

Natural Resources Administration
Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry

Tel.: +(249-91) 214.1669

nddcu@sudanet.net

Tajikistan

Mr. Gulmakhmadov Davlatsho Kurbonalievich

Director

Agency for Land Management, Geodesy and Cartography



Tel.: +(992-372) 233.0909 / 233.1818
Fax.: +(992-372) 231.1487

komzem@tajnet.com

Turkmenistan

Mr. Bekmurad Eyeberdyev


Head
Ecological Programmes Coordination Department

Ministry of Nature Protection

Tel.: +(993-12) 39.85.94
Fax.: +(993-12) 39.85.84



eyeberdiyev@mail.ru

Ukraine

Dr. Yuriy Kolmaz



Head of Land Resources Division



Directorate of Biotic Resources and EcoNet
Ministry of Environmental Protection

Tel.: +(380-44) 206.3148
Fax.: +(380-44) 206 3148



saveland@menr.gov.ua

Uzbekistan

Dr. Bakhtiyor Kadyrov



First Deputy Minister, First Deputy General Director

Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Tel.: +(998-71) 233.8372
Fax.: +(998-71) 233.1150



kadyrov@meteo.uz/
uzhymet@meteo.uz

Mongolia

Ms. J. Bats ukh

Director

International Cooperation Department Ministry of Nature and Environment

Tel:+(976) 51.26.33.41 / 99.11.92.00
Fax:+(976-11) 32.14.01



mne@mongol.net

Republic of Moldova

Mr. Ilie Boian



Deputy Director



State Hydrometeorologica Service
Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources

Tel:+(37-322) 77.36.33
Fax:+(37-322) 75.35.29

boian@hidromet.meteo.md

Ethiopia

Mr. Ababu Anage

Department Head
Ecosystem Department




Tel.: +(251-11) 646.4569
Fax.: +(251-11) 646.4876 / 646.4882

esid@telecom.net.et
or
eco.co@telecom.net.et



TİKA COORDINATION OFFICES

COUNTRY

ADRESS

E-MAIL/ TELEPHONE




Afghanistan

( KABUL )

Karte-i Çar Tepeyi Selam


Kabul, AFGHANISTAN 

 ( MEZAR - I ŞERİF ) 

Karte Zehirruddin Faryabi 4. Mah.,

1. Sok.No: 328

Mezar-ı Şerif, AFGHANISTAN 



E-Posta: kabil@tika.gov.tr
Tel/Fax: (00.93.79) 638 95 31-38

Tel/Fax: (00.93.75) 501 36 41




Albania


Rruga e Elbasanit 125/1 Tirana, ALBANIA



E-Posta: tiran@tika.gov.tr 
Tel: (00.355) 4 236 64 16
Faks: (00.355) 4 236 64 18

Azerbaijan

Hagani Küçesi No:31/24 Bakı/AZERBAIJAN


E-Posta: baku@tika.gov.tr 

Tel: (00.99.412) 493 64 24 - 493 10 24


Faks: (00.99.412) 493 64 24

Bosnia and Herzegovina


Terezija 10, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia, HERZEGOVINA



E-Posta : saraybosna@tika.gov.tr
Tel : (00.387.33) 655 289 - 558 145
Faks : (00.387.33) 558 146

Georgia


14 Mgaloblishvili St., Tbilisi 0160, GEORGIA


E-Posta: tiflis@tika.gov.tr
Tel: (00.995.32) 99 84 16
Tel: (00.995.32) 38 10 43 
Faks: (00.995.32) 98 54 30

Kazakhstan


Kurgaldjinskoe Shosse Str,RGP Karaotkel UDP RK Leviy Bereg,

VIP Site A-2/2 Kurgalcınskaya trassa 010000  

Astana / KAZAKSTAN



E-Posta: astana@tika.gov.tr
Tel: (00.7.7172) 243 316 - 241 580 
Faks: (00.7.7172) 243 808

Kyrgyzstan



720017, Aydaralieva (Novosibirskaya) No: 5, Bishkek, KYRGHYZSTAN



E-Posta: biskek@tika.gov.tr
Tel: (00.996.312) 56 49 56 - 56 85 94
Faks: (00.996.312) 54 93 46

Montenegro



Priştinska b.b. , Stari Aerodrom, Podgorica


E-Posta : podgoritsa@tika.gov.tr
Tel:    00382-81629548

Faks: 00382-81627240




Palestine

( JERUSALEM )
Adres: Turkish Consulate Nablus Road, 87 Sheikh Jarrah, Jerusalem, PALASTINE

 (RAMALLAH )

Adres: College Caddesi, No:4 Sanduka Apartmanı (Filistin Parlamentosu Karşısı) Ramallah, PALASTINE


E-Posta: kudus@tika.gov.tr
Tel: (00.972) 2 540 02 08
Faks: (00.972) 2 532 23 96 

E-Posta: kudus@tika.gov.tr


Tel: (00.972) 2 297 47 46
Faks: (00.972) 2 297 47 44 -  (00.972) 2 297

Senegal

Corniche Ouest, Parc 7, Fann Mermoz, Dakar/SENEGAL



E-Posta : dakar@tika.gov.tr
Tel : (00.221.33) 869 80 88
Faks : (00.221.33) 860 51 46

Sudan

Riyad Mahallesi 21. Blok No: 125 Hartum/SUDAN


E-Posta: hartum@tika.gov.tr

Tel: (00.249.183.25.14.57)


Faks: (00.249.183.25.14.59)

 


Tajikistan

Telman Street First Entry No: 10 Duşanbe TAJIKISTAN


E-Posta : dusanbe@tika.gov.tr
Tel: (00.99.2372) 21 90 41 - 23 40 45

Fax: (00.99.2372) 51 01 22



Turkmenistan

Mugallımlar Caddesi, 1. Geçit, No: 4 Aşgabat, TURKMENISTAN


E-Posta: askabat@tika.gov.tr
Tel: (00.99.312) 27 63 73

(00.99.312) 27 36 70 


Faks: (00.99.312) 27 62 42

Ukraine

( KIRIM )

Keçkemetskaya Caddesi, No:24, Kirim, UKRAINE

 

( KİEV )


Kiev ş., Lüteranskaya Sok. 13, Daire 21, Kiev, UKRAINE

E-Posta: kirim@tika.gov.tr
Tel: (00.38.0652) 54 34 20 - 26 07 98
Faks: (00.38.0652) 54 34 19

E-Posta : kiev@tika.gov.tr


Tel: (044) 278 73 80

Faks: (044) 278 29 67 




Uzbekistan

Adres : V. Vahidov Ko'chasi, No: 52 Yakasaray / Tashkent, UZBEKİSTAN
 


E-Posta: taskent@tika.gov.tr

Tel: (00 998 71) 252 54 57 


Faks: (00 998 71) 252 59 51


Mongolia

Sukhbaatar Square 1, Bodi Tower, 6. Floor, Room 601, Ulaanbaatar, MONGOLIA



E-Posta: ulanbator@tika.gov.tr
Tel: (00.976.11) 321 278 - 31 05 14
Faks : (00.976.11) 32 76 68

Republic of Moldova

Str. Sfatul Tarii 26/1 mun. Chişinau, MD-2012, REPUBLICA MOLDOVA

E-Posta: kisinev@tika.gov.tr
Tel: (00.373.22) 22 35 54 - 29 24 65
Faks: (00.373.22) 22 33 04

Kosova

Adres: Rrasat E Koshares 00400 Rajoni Nr. 001, Prizren



E-Posta: prizren@tika.gov.tr
Telefon: 00(381) 382 234 54
Faks: 00(381) 382 234 64




Adres : Uroş Cudokiv Br.2 - 1000 Skopye, MACEDONIA



E-Posta: uskup@tika.gov.tr
Telefon : (00 389) 230 916 25 
Faks : (00 389) 230 916 26

Ethiopia

Bole Kifle Ketema Kebele 03, No:625, Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA



E-Posta : addisababa@tika.gov.tr
Tel: (00.251) 11 662 67 50, (00.251) 11 662 67 51
Fax: (00.251) 11 62 67 52





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