The Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) supports participants from low and middle income countries to take part in International Training Programmes (ITP) which are held in two or more phases with one in Sweden and the other in a developing country.
The ITP is a unique opportunity targeted at NGOs and others in developing countries to help them develop their capacities in priority areas of development. ITP’s methodology takes account of the desire to develop and reform that the participants’ organization have expressed in their application to the program.
Following are the trainings on different areas to be held for participants from different countries with full or partial support:
- Forest Certification: Forest Certification: The main objective of the programme is to support the development of a more sustainable and profitable forest sector in the invited countries. The programme comprises of several phases including training and project-based support. The programme is suitable for policy makers, forest managers, forest industry managers, researchers, auditors, and representatives from social and environmental NGOs …(click here to read more)
- Plant Breeding and Seed Production: The main objective of this training programme is: to enhance the participants’ managerial efficiency by increasing their knowledge in all the essential elements of a modern seed industry. Individuals working within agriculture and the seed industry can apply to participate in this programme. The participants may come from either the private-, public- or NGO sectors… (click here to read more)
- LGBT and Human Rights: The programme purpose of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Persons (LGBT) and Human Rights training programme is that participants after the programme should have useful tools and perspectives for working for LGBT persons’ human rights (click here to read more)