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Agriculturist

Parviz Abolghassem Koohafkan, Iranian, French agriculturist. Achievements include creation of several international programs which help the poor and conserve planet's resources.

Background

Koohafkan, Parviz Abolghassem was born on November 3, 1951 in Tehran, Iran.

Education

Master in Ecology, University of Science Montpellier, France, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy in Ecology, University of Science Montpellier, France, 1982. Forest engineer, University Tehran, 1974.

Career

Professor Ecole National du Geric Rurale, Montpellier, 1982—1985. Chief technical adviser Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations, Port au Prince, Haiti, 1985—1990, Quito, Ecuador, 1990—1992, senior officer environment and sustainable development Rome, 1992—1996, chief land and plant nutrition management service, since 1996. Professor University Agricultural and Animal Husbandry, Rezayeh, Iran, 1975—1978.

Senior researcher Center National d'Etude Phyto Socialogique, Montpellier, 1978—1982.

Achievements

  • Achievements include creation of several international programs which help the poor and conserve planet's resources.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Cooking, swimming.

Connections

Parents Mohamad Koohafkan and Sedigheh Dadgar. Married Catherine Cheney, July 31, 1979. Children: Samyeih, Patrick, Michael.

spouse:
Catherine Cheney

child:
Samyeih Koohafkan

child:
Patrick Koohafkan

child:
Michael Koohafkan