Indepth Research Services would like to invite you to take part in our upcoming Agriculture training courses in 2019.
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Agricultural Value Chain Development and Market Linkages Course
Nairobi, Kenya 20-05-2019 to 24-05-2019 APPLY NOW
Nairobi, Kenya 24-06-2019 to 28-06-2019 APPLY NOW
Kigali, Rwanda ...
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This three-day workshop covers the many rules and regulations associated with USAID funding, and is designed to enhance the ability of NGO staff to effectively manage their programs and maintain donor compliance. Whether you are new to USAID funding or have years of program experience, this highly participatory course gives you the skills and...
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- June 25, 2018 8:00 am
- Tags: workshop, Capacity Building, USAID, Africa, Course, funding, Grants, Cooperative Agreements, NGO Staff, Malawai
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Application Deadline: September 17, 2017
Apply here: https://nonviolentconflict.submittable.com/submit/92586/free-2017-icnc-rutgers-online-course-on-civil-resistance
The International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC), in partnership with Rutgers University International Institute for Peace (Rutgers IIP) will host a free, moderated online course, “People...
The Israeli Palestinian Experiment- Lessons Learnt and the Search for Common Ground
Prof. Manuel Hassassian and Prof. Edward Edy Kaufman [June 19-July 9, 2017] Mon-Thu 6-9:30pm
Teaching Assistants: Thair Abu-Rass and Joshua Pearlman
Initially promising negotiations led to the signing of the Oslo Peace Accords in 1993, but at present most of the dialogue between Palestinians and Israelis seems to be...
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Fraud & Corruption: Mitigating a Top NGO Risk
Although we all aim to prevent it, fraud can happen in any organization. Join experts from BDO, BRG, Trace International, and Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP, along with practitioners from Plan USA, Abt Associates, and Blumont as they share insights, how-to guidance, and case examples...
Today already more than half of the world’s population lives in urban areas. By 2050 this will be risen to two-thirds. The continuous increase of urban population is due to factors like rural-urban migration, natural disasters or livelihood insecurities. Providing food and nutrition security for the rapidly expanding populations in the world’s cities is a pressing challenge in this changing world....