2014 Abdou-Salam Ouédraogo fellowship call now open
The Abdou-Salam Ouédraogo Fellowship strengthens the capacity of young forestry scientists (under 40 years of age) in sub-Saharan Africa.
The 2014 Fellowship is targeting research on forest genetic resources aspects of trees relevant to people’s livelihoods.
Applications should contain a research note that addresses a topic within the following priority areas: diversified forest/woodland management, conservation of tree genetic resources, and restoration of forested landscapes.
The Fellowship amounts up to US$ 10,000 and should be completed within 12 months.
Please read carefully the fellowship announcement and the application form below and follow the instructions and guidelines for submitting an application and writing the research note on your proposed project.
Deadline for application is 24 August, 2014.
Submit your complete application to the email indicated in the ASO Fellowship Announcement and Application Form.
Download Fellowship documents
For more details, visit Bioversity International.
Posted on August 4, 2014, in Job Opportunities, Research grants, fellowship and scholarships, Youth and Agriculture and tagged Abdou-Salam Ouédraogo Fellowship, Forestry, Genetic resources, research, sub-saharan Africa. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.