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05/08/2018

APPLY for Alumni Expert Seminar in NEPAL!

APPLY for Alumni Expert Seminar in NEPAL!

 

This applied research seminar is planned for 10 days in Pokhara, Kaski district in urban and rural settings with a group of Alumni experts coming from South East Asian countries.

Specific objectives of the seminars are:
To enhance competences of Alumni working in the water supply, sanitation and water management sector to adapt to increasing challenges of changing climate conditions and to challenges caused by natural disasters.
To enable participating Alumni from the Southern Asian region to transfer gained knowledge and experiences to their affiliated institutions and thus enhance capacity of the institution and allow for more regional cooperation in linking the nutrition sector with the water and sanitation sector.
To strengthen the German Alumni Water Network GAWN on a regional and national level, to deepen existing contacts to Germany, and to foster cooperation with German Universities and with German Institutions in the region.
To strengthen the competences of Alumni working in the nutrition field, especially commu-nity nutrition on intersectoral collaboration and networking with Alumni from the WASH and nutrition sector to enhance effectiveness of the sector specific approaches.

Eligible for participation are persons, who meet the following requirements:
German Alumni from South Asian countries, working in the field of water, sanitation & hygiene and nutrition or similar disciplines.

Application deadline: 25th May 2018
Applicants may go to the GAWN website
gawn.alumniportal.com/alumni-seminars-in-partner-countries/2018-nepal-pokhara.html
download the call for application AND the application form, read it carefully and follow the instructions

 


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