Diversifying Agriculture for Better Lives

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22 May 2012
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The EU-ACP-funded project on “Building human and institutional capacity for enhancing the conservation and use of Neglected and Underutilized Species (NUS) of crops in West Africa, and Eastern and Southern Africa”  is inviting scientists who are nationals of Benin, Ghana, Mali, Nigeria or Senegal to apply for a training course on  “Food Systems: From Agronomy to Human Health”.

The objective of this course is to develop capacity to assess and measure agricultural biodiversity in the context of food and nutrition security in West African food systems. Costs for the course, travel and accommodation for successful applicants will be covered by the programme.

The course will be conducted in English from the 03rd to the 07th of September, 2012, in Cotonou, Benin. Candidates are requested to submit their application form together with a 500 words essay and curriculum vitae by the 06th of June, 2012.

4 Responses so far.

  1. sumerasalahuddin says:

    i wana apply so kindly guide me about the proper procedure

    • t.khoo says:

      I am sorry to say that you missed it, as the application deadline has passed. Please visit our website from time to time, or subscribe to our newsletter/RSS to receive constant updates on other upcoming training opportunities and events announcement.

  2. Yusuf Hassan-Maiwa says:

    Hi, Please the application form and essay documents cannot be opened. What programme should be used to open them?

    • bakhtiar-admin says:

      You should be able to open it with Microsoft Office Word programme. I guess the version installed in your system is the 2003 or earlier version, rendering it unable to read .docx file extension. In this regard, we have change the application form into .doc file extension and you should now be able to open it with Microsoft Office Word 2003 or earlier versions. Thank You and all the best of luck!

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