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Info Beasiswa Beasiswa Short Course 2015 di Wageningen Belanda (StuNed dan NFP)

7.2.15 |

Wageningen University and Research centre has a mission: "To explore the potential of nature to improve the quality of life”. Wageningen UR is a research institution that focuses on the domain ‘healthy food and living conditions.' We do not just develop top-quality expertise; we also help translate our knowledge into practice worldwide. That is why we do fundamental and applied research all over the world. And finally, we also train professionals who, in the near and distant future, will discover breakthroughs in science and technology.

At Centre for Development Innovation, part of Wageningen UR, we provide a number of inspiring courses with a high impact. As we know that many participants face financial constraints in attending courses, we draw your attention to the possibilities of fellowships. In the next two months there is an opportunity to get an fellowship for a number of courses (see below). As it takes time to complete the application file, we advise you to start as soon as possible if you want to apply for an fellowship.
Innovation and change

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The Innovation Change programme lies at the heart of the Centre for Development Innovation’s mandate. We enable people and organisations to be strategic in the face of complexity. We do this by helping to create the understanding and skills needed to work together, innovate, deal with differences, and bring about positive change.
Innovation Change is our core expertise and is embedded in all our programmes.

Courses in this theme:
Décentralisation en milieu rural et gouvernance locale
Facilitating multi-stakeholder processes and social learning
Planification, suivi evaluation participatifs
Ecosystem governance

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In this programme theme we aim for an integrated perspective on improving the management of natural resources. We make use of ecosystem management thinking as well as analysing and finding ways to improve the governance of natural resources.
We do this by:
• applying an ecosystems approach to natural resources management;
• promoting transparent and democratic multiple stakeholders decision-making;
• promoting the principles of learning and adaptive management;
• skilful facilitation of complex change processes;
• demonstrating how biodiversity conservation, sustainable development and poverty reduction can be combined.

Courses in this theme:
Climate change governance
Governance of landscapes forests and people
Ecosystem approach to fisheries
Adaptive management of natural resources
Landscape leadership
Adaptive agriculture

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CDI’s Adaptive Agriculture programme works with partners in agri-food production systems to deal with challenges this world is facing: feeding the growing world population, adapting to climate change, producing and processing food in a sustainable manner, dealing with emerging diseases, and countering the natural resource decline. Our crop and livestock systems need to change if we are to produce and distribute more and safer products with fewer resources and less waste. Tackling such multi-dimensional challenges requires cooperation between the different stakeholders in agricultural production systems. We help public, private and civil society actors to join hands to realise technical, strategic, and institutional alternatives.

Courses in this theme:
Lost harvest and wasted food
Plant genetic resources and seeds
Sustainable markets

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In many countries, the agricultural sector accounts for up to 80% of employment, and up to 90% of the rural population is entirely dependent on the sector for their livelihoods. Agriculture contributes substantially to GDP and, as a supplier of raw materials, to manufacturing value added. The Sustainable Markets programme supports market-led initiatives in agriculture so they become real drivers for pro-poor rural economic development. We deploy our knowledge and expertise about partnership mechanisms and market development, thus contributing to robust business models for change.

Courses in this theme:
Organised farmers as partners in agribusiness
Local economic development
Promoting entrepreneurship and agribusiness development
Inclusive agribusiness (new Course)
Food and nutrition security

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The Food and nutrition security programme focuses on food security and nutrition improvement in contexts ranging from the global to the local and individual level. We view food and nutrition security in a multi-dimensional and integrated way, and bring together dimensions of production and productivity increases, access to markets with ultimately consumption of nutritious foods and the utilisation of nutrients by the human body. The strength of our programme is that we combine content related expertise on food and nutrition security with process oriented activities such as policy advise, programme design, capacity development and institutional development and change. Monitoring and evaluation specifically oriented at the food and nutrition security situation of targeted population groups is an explicit element of our activities. The Food and nutrition security programme programme regards a  well-nourished and healthy population as an essential contribution to the development of a community or a nation.

Course in this theme
HIV/AIDS and food and nutrition security
Agriculture nutrition linkages

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