United Nations University Research Capacity Building for Sustainable Agriculture in Developing Countries (OJCB)


Call for Applications
On-the-Job Research Capacity Building
for Sustainable Agriculture in Developing Countries (OJCB)

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DEADLINE: 10 October 2011
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to start from November 2011
http://isp.unu.edu/news/2011/ojcb-application-guidelines.html

The United Nations University Institute for Sustainability and Peace (UNU-ISP) has the pleasure to announce Open Calls for On-the-Job Research Capacity Building for Sustainable Agriculture in Developing Countries (OJCB). This programme is funded by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan and coordinated by UNU-ISP.

For detailed information on the capacity building programme and application procedures, please visit the UNU-ISP website at: http://isp.unu.edu/news/2011/ojcb-application-guidelines.html.

Should you have any questions/inquiries, please feel free to contact Mr. Akira Nagata, Senior Programme Coordinator (nagata@unu.edu) of UNU-ISP.
Thank you in advance for your interest and my apologies for cross-posting.

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