International course on Facilitating multi-stakeholder partnerships to foster sustainable and inclusive food systems

In today’s complex and interconnected world the need for collaboration and partnerships between different interest groups and across the boundaries of business, government, civil society and science is clear and often called for by leaders. But bringing about change in society is no simple matter. It requires deep understanding of what enables and what stops people from getting along and working together. It requires patience and time. And it requires commitment from leaders. However, with the right mindset and by making use of the sorts of practical process steps and tools offered by this course much can be done to unlock the vast human potential for cooperation and innovation.

Interested candidates can register for the course and apply for admission to the training via the website. After reviewing, Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation will send you the admission letter and instructions on how to continue. If you wish to apply for NFP or MENA funding, please note that there is a limited time span in which you can submit your fellowship application.

Course date: 23 October - 10 November 2017
Deadline NFP/MENA fellowships: 21 March 2017
Deadline alternative funding: 11 September 2017

NFP Fellowships
Nuffic has a limited number of fellowships available for nationals of certain countries
After completion of your registration for this course at CDI, and when eligible for NFP funding, you will receive an admission letter with further instructions on the NFP application procedure within a few days.
Applications for NFP fellowships should be submitted online via the ATLAS application form between 02 February and 21 March 2017. The link to this online application form and detailed instructions are given in the NFP admission letter.
For the latest information on the NFP programme please click here

Mena fellowships
Nuffic has a limited number of MENA fellowships available for nationals of Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Syria and Tunisia.

Applications for Mena fellowships should be submitted online via the ATLAS application form between 02 February and 21 March 2017. The link to this online application form and detailed instructions are given in the MENA admission letter.

For more information on the MENA Scholarship Programme, please click here