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NUFFIC invites applications for NFP Fellowships for short training courses at The Hague Academy for Local Governance

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The Netherlands Organisation for International Cooperation in Higher Education (NUFFIC) is seeking applications for the fellowships under Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP). The fellowships are available for two short training courses that will be conducted by The Hague Academy for Local Governance. The NFP fellowship programmes aim to promote capacity building within organizations in 60 developing countries. Training and education is provided to the mid-career staff members of different organizations within these countries with the help of NFP programmes.

The two short training courses, for which applications are sought, include:

  • Decentralisation, Democratisation and Development Course
  • Citizen Participation and Accountability Course

Decentralisation, Democratisation and Development Course (starting 19 March 2012)

This two-week training course focuses on how to design, implement and support effective decentralisation strategies in order to strengthen processes of governance and development from the bottom up.

-              Learning Objectives

This course will help you:

->            define your own role and responsibilities in participation processes as well as the role of your partners;

->            specify the conditions for successful participation projects;

->            apply tools for communication with citizens, NGOs and other stakeholders;

->            identify the do’s and don’ts of citizen participation and accountability processes;

Citizen Participation and Accountability Course (starting 16 April 2012)

Key questions to be discussed in this two-week innovative training course include: How can municipalities increase accountability towards their citizens? And how can they benefit from involving citizens and organisations in a smart way?

-              Learning Objectives

This course will help you:

->            define your own role and responsibilities in participation processes as well as the role of your partners;

->            specify the conditions for successful participation projects;

->            apply tools for communication with citizens, NGOs and other stakeholders;

->            identify the do’s and don’ts of citizen participation and accountability processes;

After successful completion of these courses you will receive a certificate of The Hague Academy for Local Governance.

Last date for submitting the application is October 1, 2011.

To see if you are eligible for this fellowship and to learn more about the rules and regulations regarding the fellowship, visit this link.

For detailed information about the training courses, visit here.

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Comments

  1. Edwin Masheti Livugu says:

    I’m a PLHIV coordinating a local community based organization here in Kenya and i beleive if given more insights i must be one of the participants for this training.
    Please facilitate me more
    Edwin

  2. Woldeab Petros says:

    Hellow ALL, I am an Ethiopian and working in one of the big organization at national level in addis at the capacity health and HIV/AIDS in ECS/FBOs. How can i get the detail of the application form to be part of this opportunities..

    Thanks in Advance,
    WP

  3. Erick chipwaya says:

    I am from Zambia running an international organization please send me more application details for this course

  4. yazachew Etefa says:

    I am from Ethiopia, sorry, kindly send me more details and process for participation. I work with a community based organization WHICH IS MORE FOCUSED ON CHILDREN AND WOMEN and would like to participate in the short course.i hold my MA IN 2008.

  5. Femi TINUOLA says:

    I am a university lecturer in Sociology of Health, pls send me details so I can apply to participate

  6. beruk berhanu says:

    I am from ethiopia . I am working in hawassa university,college of agriculture as gender expert.the gender office work on students of the college it includes assertiveness and life skill empowerement , financial support for economically needy students, counselling, strenghthening bond among staff and students,covering legal issues of the students, ….etc.
    so I want to get the opportunities to get knowledge and life skill with other experties to do more on my work place for women.

    I am looking your immediate response,and how can i procced to be a part in the training.
    Thank you for considering me as a candidate

  7. I am from Pakistan, Pls kindly send me more details and process for participation. I work with a community based organisation and would like to participate in the short course.thanks

  8. Abdulrahman Bakari says:

    I’m a Tanzanian working with NGO dealing with most vulnerable children Mtwara here south of Tanzania.My NGO is known as Mtwara People Umbrella, I would like to participate to the short course wold you send me more detail please.

  9. Ogunniyi Anthony says:

    I am from Nigeria, Pls kindly send me more details and process for participation. I work with a community based organisation and would like to participate in the short course.

    Thanks

    Tony Ogunniyi.

  10. Susan Bassey-Duke says:

    I am a Nigerian, working with a foremost Women Rights organisation Gender & Development Action(GADA)in the Nger Delta region og Nigeria.
    Our Focus in the ND is o Livlihoods and securities, governanace, Women Human rights and pursuit of sustainable development and Social Justice.
    I am strongly interested in the training and tis will further enhance my capacity and work intervention. Pls let me know what is required for participation.

  11. gabriel salee says:

    i am a Liberian, working for the Consortium for Conflict Management and Prevention in Africa(CCOMPA). Our institution is primarily engage with peace building, conflict resolution, and human development in rural Liberia. As Liberia seek to become part of the global communities of peaceful nations it is important for citizens to be aware of issues hindering development and their role in process. it would be of great importance for me to become part of this training exercise.

  12. Patrick Kilonzo says:

    I am from Kenya, Africa and i run a community based organization on wildlife and environment. Please would you send me more information on how to go about it. Thank you.

  13. manuel moralde jr. says:

    Im from the Philippines and im interested to apply for this short term study program on government and democratization issues. I appreciate if you could give me more information about the course most especially on how to apply. thank you and regards!

    Manuel

  14. Md Jashim Sharwar says:

    I am a Bangladeshi. I am working for BRAC a non governmental organization in health program especially for Maternal, Neonate and child health (MNCH)as a regional Manager. This project works with slum dwellers in metropolitan areas. We are service provide for Safe delivery, Anti Natal care, Post Natal Care and for New born. I think it is a right issue for Human rights for poor people. I see that many poor people are out of access from health services.
    So I would like to participate in this training. Please late me know that what is the procedure to participate in this training.

    Md. Jashim Sharwar.
    Bangladesh.

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