Application Due Date: April 30 th 2019
Reported at the One World Top kept in Paris in December 2017, the One World Fellowship will work to develop the capability of high-potential scientists from Africa and Europe to establish pertinent, gender-responsive interventions towards environment modification adjustment. It is developed to develop and boost the mentoring, clinical, networking and management abilities of researchers dealing with the nexus in between farming and environment modification adjustment and mitigation.
African Ladies in Agricultural Research Study and Advancement (AWARD) will lead the management of the Fellowship in collaboration with Agropolis Fondation.
All candidates for the One World Fellowship should fulfill the following requirements:
• Be a person of among the list below nations: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, Tanzania, Togo, and Zambia;-LRB- ********).
• Be aged 40 years or less since April 2019;-LRB- ********).
• Have actually achieved a minimum education level of a bachelor’s degree;-LRB- ********).
• Reside in Africa and be actively taken part in research study, policy, and practice pertinent to environment modification and Africa’s smallholder farming.
Influenced by the AWARD Fellowship Design, the One World Fellowship requires the following activities:
• An extremely competitive choice procedure: For prospects who will turn into one World Laureates upon conclusion of the three-year non-residential fellowship procedure. Receivers are picked based upon their benefit, proficiency and other pertinent eligibility requirements (see page 5).
• A matching (pairing) procedure: The proposed One World Laureates are paired with more recognized African researchers (Coaches) who are thoroughly selected to match their location of proficiency and profession goals.
• A mentoring program: The proposed Laureate-Mentor sets begin a year-long mentorship relationship and are supported to develop effective collaborations tailored towards improving the Laureates’ profession development.
One World Fellowship at a look
• A five-year and USD 15 million effort • Targets 600 farming researchers in a career-acceleration procedure focused on: • Cultivating management abilities
• Honing clinical abilities • Enhancing researchers’ capability to incorporate gender into their research study • Catalyzing research study collaborations and networks
• Varied activities over 5 years beginning February 2019:
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