IITA Training (Fully Funded) 2020 for Climate-smart Agriculture Landscape Leaders in Tanzania
IITA, EcoAgriculture Partners, and USDA-FAS with the United Republic of Tanzania (URT) and in partnership with ICRAF and FAO, are organizing a Training of Trainers course to build capacity for planning climate-smart agricultural (CSA) landscapes.
Application Deadline: 21st May 2020
About the Award: This Training of Trainers’ course will build the capacities of subnational ministry officials, landscape decision-makers, and professional extension educators to become Master Trainers for an integrated landscape-approach to planning Climate-smart Agriculture (CSA). Trainees will become leaders in integrating farm and landscape-level CSA action and helping generate enabling financial and policy support for effective CSA landscape design and practice. Integrated CSA landscape initiatives stand to positively impact agricultural productivity, ecological conservation, livelihood security, and institutional capacity for cross-sectoral coordination, as well as climate change adaptation and mitigation.
- Graduate-level professionals in fields related to agriculture, natural resources management and/or extension education with at least five years working in the relevant fields with government ministries, District councils, NGOs, training institutes, or other relevant institutions.
- Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
- Must clearly show how they will train others /apply the acquired knowledge; demonstrate interest in applying and promoting landscape CSA.
Eligible Countries: Tanzania
To be Taken at (Country): Iringa, Tanzania – Tentatively
Number of Awards: Not specified
Value of Award: Program is Fully Funded
Duration of Award: 27 -31 July 2020
How to Apply: Download flyer for details
- It is important to go through all application requirements in the Award Webpage (see Link below) before applying.
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