Diversifying Agriculture for Better Lives

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03 July 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 Underutilised 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 “NUS Value Chain Research”.

The objective of this course is to strengthen the ability of young scientists to develop and manage inter-disciplinary, multi-stakeholder research projects on NUS and to publish research results.

The training course will be held 24-28 September 2012 in Accra, Ghana. Candidates are requested to submit their application form together with a 400 words abstract/research notes and curriculum vitae by 5 August 2012.

2 Responses so far.

  1. AZUBUIKE CHIEMEKA EMMANUEL says:

    if one is not selected for training can he/she participate for it as he/she will take care of oneself.however there is communication gap to get the real date on your web.could assist me to attend the training on NUS in Ghana

    • t.khoo says:

      Hi Azubuike. Please understand that CFF merely acts as an information portal, facilitating information flow – we are neither responsible in organising the stated third party training course, nor have any influential say on the decision making of the trainees intake. We recommend that you post your enquiry directly to the organisers of NUS Value Chain Research at email hidden; JavaScript is required or http://www.ruforum.org/contact. Thank you and good luck!

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