18 mars NFP Tailor-Made Training programme 2016

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Kinshasa

The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) promote capacity building by providing training and education for professionals. The NFP is initiated and fully funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the budget for development cooperation. EP-Nuffic is responsible for the management of the NFP.

The Tailor-Made Training programme (TMT) is one of the modalities of the NFP. A tailor-made training course is designed to meet specific needs of a requesting organisation. 

The next EP-Nuffic deadline for TMT will be 1 November 2016. It will only be open for joint proposals with co-funding.   

You can find more information and an overview of the criteria for TMT on the Nuffic website http://www.nuffic.nl/en/capacity-building/nfp/nfp-tailor-made-training .

Embassy’s policy and priorities

This embassy will review incoming applications and recommend them to Nuffic in line with embassy policy and priorities, which are focused on the following sectors:

  • Food Security
  • Rule of law
  • Sexuality and reproductive health and rights
  • Improvement of business climate
  • Development of private sector
  • Accessibility to energy

Interested and eligible organisations are invited to participate in the TMT programme.

Training possibilities

There are two options. For information on  the differences between application and proposal, check the TMT information on the Nuffic website

Application forms and proposal forms are available on the Nuffic website http://www.nuffic.nl/tmt/application

How to submit

Applications and proposals have to be submitted to the embassy at kss-hb@minbuza.nl . The next deadline for the NFP TMT programme of this embassy is 17-10-2016.

Assessment

Unfortunately the budget for the TMT programme is limited. By consequence a limited number of applications and proposals can be subsidised.

Nuffic is responsible for the assessment and selection, taking into account the recommendations of the embassy.