Opportunity! Become a Student Ambassador in Biosciences!

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BioFISA II/SANBio is searching for Student ambassadors in Biosciences from any country in Southern Africa!. Apply Now. For more information, visit our website: http://www.nepadsanbio.org

For those in Malawi; Contact the NEPAD Fish Node, a SANBio node hosted at the Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR) under the Aquaculture and Fisheries Science Department.

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Masters Research Grant Opportunity: deadlines extended to 15th Sept 2015

The WorldFish Center with the funding from the European Commission (EC) has joined efforts with AU-IBAR and NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency (NPCA), to implement a programme called “Improving Food Security and Reducing Poverty through Intra-regional Fish Trade in Sub-Saharan Africa” (also referred to as Fish Trade Program). The Fish Trade Program aims to improve food and nutritional security and reduce poverty in sub-Saharan Africa by enhancing the capacities of regional and pan-African organizations to support their member states to better integrate intra-regional fish trade into their development and food security policy agendas. The Program works within the four corridors in Africa (Western, Southern, Eastern and Central) aims to deliver on the following results:

  • Generate information on the structure, products and value of intra-regional fish trade in food security in Sub Saharan Africa and make it available to stakeholders.
  • Come up with a set of recommendations on policies, certification procedures, standards and regulations, and get them well embedded in national and regional fisheries, agricultural, trade and food security policy frameworks in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Enhance the capacities for trade amongst private sector associations, in particular of women fish processors and traders and aquaculture producers, to make better use of expanding trade opportunities through competitive small and medium scale enterprises; and
  • Facilitate adoption and implementation of appropriate policies, certification procedures, standards and regulations by key stakeholders participating in intra-regional trade in the four trade corridors.

This program focuses on four main African trade corridors, in Western, Southern, Eastern and Central Africa. It is focused in three main areas namely to:

  • Strengthen the evidence base for coherent policy development at national and regional levels,
  • Support the formulation and implementation of appropriate policies, standards and regulatory frameworks to promote intra-regional fish trade, and
  • Strengthen the capacity of private sector associations, in particular of women fish traders, to enhance the competitiveness of small- and medium-scale enterprises engaged in this trade.

The Program responds to the potential of Africa’s intra-regional fish trade in addressing the region’s food and nutrition insecurity, as well as poverty reduction through wealth creation which has been overlooked and neglected in national and regional policy. As a result, intra-regional fish trade has largely remained informal, with substantial volumes traded by artisanal and small – medium enterprises, mostly by women.

African Union and its Regional Economic Communities (RECs) have therefore prioritized strengthening of regional trade and have identified fish and fish products as key commodities for investment and policy support. This is evidenced in the African Union Policy Framework and Reform Strategy for Fisheries and Aquaculture document which clearly aims to “Promote responsible and equitable fish trade and marketing by significantly harnessing the benefits of Africa’s fisheries and aquaculture endowments through accelerated trade and marketing”.

Nature of Research Grant

This research grant forms part of the mentorship program which aims at building the capacities of the youth and young professionals in Africa through active engagement in the program implementation process. This is based on the assumption that there exists huge opportunity to generate volumes of data on fish trade in Africa, and the project offers opportunity to even generate more information which can be capitalized on to inform national and regional policies at the same time bring forth academic excellence to a number of individuals who can help in contributing to the development of Africa at large if their capacities are built.

Eligibility

It is expected that the candidates should be from AU Member states and should have completed their coursework in readiness for research from any SADC country university.

The students should be pursuing masters or have proven background in the following programs; Economics, Fisheries Economics, Agriculture Economics, International Trade and other related programs.

The candidate should be willing to undertake the study in the southern corridor and parts of eastern corridor, such as Rwanda at the minimum possible cost.

Selection Criteria

The selection of candidates shall be done through a rigorous exercise, consisting of independent reviewers. The basis of selection shall be made on academic merit obtained at Masters Coursework and evaluation of content of concept note.

How To Apply

The candidates must develop a five paged concept note together with their supervisors and must have an endorsement letter from their supervisors and should include the followingkey sections;

  • Indicate the country in which the study will be undertaken
  • Indicate the university of study, degree program being undertaken and indicative courses so far studied under this program
  • Clearly indicate what they are going to do and how they are going to do it (proposed methodology)
  • Linkage of academic study to overall fish trade project
  • How their project will contribute towards achievement of their national developmental goals
  • How they are going to collect data and analyze their data to ensure that the work is publishable and have an academic tone
  • Expected Results
  • An indicative budget for the whole study and workplan

Candidates shall be requested to attach transcripts from their masters course work and a letter of consent from supervisory committee.

The applications shall be addressed to

NEPAD Regional Fish Node

Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Box 219

Lilongwe

Malawi

Email: fishnode@yahoo.com with copies to: lisubby@gmail.com ;ekaunda@yahoo.com;

for more information Cell numbers; +265999378275 and +265 999 510 796

To reach not later than 12:00pm 15th September 2015.

Re-Advertising!!!! FishTrade Masters Research Grant: Deadline moved to 15th September 2015!!

The WorldFish Center with the funding from the European Commission (EC) has joined efforts with AU-IBAR and NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency (NPCA), to implement a programme called “Improving Food Security and Reducing Poverty through Intra-regional Fish Trade in Sub-Saharan Africa” (also referred to as Fish Trade Program). The Fish Trade Program aims to improve food and nutritional security and reduce poverty in sub-Saharan Africa by enhancing the capacities of regional and pan-African organizations to support their member states to better integrate intra-regional fish trade into their development and food security policy agendas. The Program works within the four corridors in Africa (Western, Southern, Eastern and Central) aims to deliver on the following results:

  • Generate information on the structure, products and value of intra-regional fish trade in food security in Sub Saharan Africa and make it available to stakeholders.
  • Come up with a set of recommendations on policies, certification procedures, standards and regulations, and get them well embedded in national and regional fisheries, agricultural, trade and food security policy frameworks in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Enhance the capacities for trade amongst private sector associations, in particular of women fish processors and traders and aquaculture producers, to make better use of expanding trade opportunities through competitive small and medium scale enterprises; and
  • Facilitate adoption and implementation of appropriate policies, certification procedures, standards and regulations by key stakeholders participating in intra-regional trade in the four trade corridors.

This program focuses on four main African trade corridors, in Western, Southern, Eastern and Central Africa. It is focused in three main areas namely to:

  • Strengthen the evidence base for coherent policy development at national and regional levels,
  • Support the formulation and implementation of appropriate policies, standards and regulatory frameworks to promote intra-regional fish trade, and
  • Strengthen the capacity of private sector associations, in particular of women fish traders, to enhance the competitiveness of small- and medium-scale enterprises engaged in this trade.

The Program responds to the potential of Africa’s intra-regional fish trade in addressing the region’s food and nutrition insecurity, as well as poverty reduction through wealth creation which has been overlooked and neglected in national and regional policy. As a result, intra-regional fish trade has largely remained informal, with substantial volumes traded by artisanal and small – medium enterprises, mostly by women.

African Union and its Regional Economic Communities (RECs) have therefore prioritized strengthening of regional trade and have identified fish and fish products as key commodities for investment and policy support. This is evidenced in the African Union Policy Framework and Reform Strategy for Fisheries and Aquaculture document which clearly aims to “Promote responsible and equitable fish trade and marketing by significantly harnessing the benefits of Africa’s fisheries and aquaculture endowments through accelerated trade and marketing”.

Nature of Research Grant

This research grant forms part of the mentorship program which aims at building the capacities of the youth and young professionals in Africa through active engagement in the program implementation process. This is based on the assumption that there exists huge opportunity to generate volumes of data on fish trade in Africa, and the project offers opportunity to even generate more information which can be capitalized on to inform national and regional policies at the same time bring forth academic excellence to a number of individuals who can help in contributing to the development of Africa at large if their capacities are built.

Eligibility

It is expected that the candidates should be from AU Member states and should have completed their coursework in readiness for research from any SADC country university.

The students should be pursuing masters or have proven background in the following programs; Economics, Fisheries Economics, Agriculture Economics, International Trade and other related programs.

The candidate should be willing to undertake the study in the southern corridor and parts of eastern corridor, such as Rwanda at the minimum possible cost.

Selection Criteria

The selection of candidates shall be done through a rigorous exercise, consisting of independent reviewers. The basis of selection shall be made on academic merit obtained at Masters Coursework and evaluation of content of concept note.

How To Apply

The candidates must develop a five paged concept note together with their supervisors and must have an endorsement letter from their supervisors and should include the followingkey sections;

  • Indicate the country in which the study will be undertaken
  • Indicate the university of study, degree program being undertaken and indicative courses so far studied under this program
  • Clearly indicate what they are going to do and how they are going to do it (proposed methodology)
  • Linkage of academic study to overall fish trade project
  • How their project will contribute towards achievement of their national developmental goals
  • How they are going to collect data and analyze their data to ensure that the work is publishable and have an academic tone
  • Expected Results
  • An indicative budget for the whole study and workplan

Candidates shall be requested to attach transcripts from their masters course work and a letter of consent from supervisory committee.

The applications shall be addressed to

NEPAD Regional Fish Node

Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Box 219

Lilongwe

Malawi

Email: fishnode@yahoo.com with copies to: lisubby@gmail.com ;ekaunda@yahoo.com;

for more information Cell numbers; +265999378275 and +265 999 510 796

To reach not later than 12:00pm 15th September 2015.

Job Opportunity!!! AGRITT PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICE – National Project Officer, Malawi (Part time)

Post Title:       National Project Officer

Project Title:    The AgriTT Programme

Duty Station:    Lilongwe, Malawi

Duration:          7 months

Part-time:        TBC based on applicant expertise

 

Landell Mills Ltd (www.landell-mills.com) together with Triple Line are implementing the Working in Partnership to Accelerate Agricultural Technology Transfer (AgriTT) programme, funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID).The projectis an innovative trilateral approach to development that facilitates the transfer of relevant Chinese technology to address agricultural productivity and value chain issues in developing countries.  The project is being implemented through two major components: a Research Challenge Fund (RCF) and two Pilot Development Projects (PDPs) in two developing countries, Uganda and Malawi.

In Malawi, for which this position is advertised, the PDP is focussed on technologies and innovations related to aquaculture production and the aquaculture value chain. The Malawi project was developed with and is being implemented in partnership with two main implementing partners: the Department of Fisheries (DoF) Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation andWater Development; and Bunda College, Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR).

Landell Mills Ltd is implementing the AgriTT programme through a Programme Management Office, managed by a full-time Head of the AgriTT PMO (based in Beijing) and AgriTT Project Coordinator (based in the UK) and supported by project staff in China, Uganda and Malawi. The work of the PMO in Malawi is subject to oversight by a Project Steering Committee, with members drawn from China’s Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of Commerce, DFID China and DFID Malawi, the Department of Fisheries (Government of Malawi) and LUANAR.  The successful candidate for the position of National Project Officer will be contracted by Landell Mills Ltd (and Triple Line) and will be an addition to the part-time staff.

Up to 10 days per month will be available for this position.

The position will involve two areas of responsibility: a) project management and technical coordination and b) monitoring and evaluation. The specific responsibilities of the position involve working with Implementing Partners and others to ensure the following:

Project Management and Technical Coordination:

  • Provide support to the PMO Malawi Project Authorising Officer for thetimely development of quarterly and annual workplans and budgets for the pilot.
  • Review and monitor the technical rationale for project activities, and provide guidance to the Head of the PMO on this.
  • Ensure forward planning of all activities to be undertaken in the Malawi Pilot Development Project (PDP),provide timely identification ofissues that are delaying or could delay project implementation, and develop solutions to address bottlenecks.
  • Develop a clear GANTT chart for project implementation activities with dates, deliverables and responsibilities. Regularly updatethe AgriTT Malawi pilot progress tracker based on this.
  • Coordinate with the PMO Project Authorising Officer to contribute towards efficient and effective project fund flows and financial management.
  • Travel regularly to NAC, Department of Fisheries and BundaCollege, and other project sites (including hatcheries and farmers) to meet with Implementing Partners, identify challenges to implementation and opportunities for greater impact and ensure close working relationships.
  • Network with different stakeholders working in the aquaculture sector in Malawi to communicate project innovations, and seek opportunities that could add value to the project and help realise the objectives of AgriTT.
  • Ensure that activities are carried out in a manner that provides for value for money and thatprojects funds are utilised for purposes intended.
  • Ensure effective communication and liaison between the Chinese Technical Assistance experts and the Implementing Partners.
  • Provide support for the organisationand facilitation of missions, stakeholder consultation visits and grantee visits in Malawi.
  • Work with the IPs to develop and implement a communication strategy for the pilot including the development of appropriate communication outputs.
  • Liaise on a weekly basis with the AgriTT Project Management Office (PMO) and facilitate good communication between the PMO and Implementing Partners. Provide support with reporting, communications and supporting the facilitation of PMO missions to Missions.
  • Provide a brief weekly work summary, including a plan for the following week, with updating of priorities and proposed next steps.
  • Liaise with the AgriTT Research Challenge Fund Targeted Research project, led by Professor Kaunda (LUANAR) to ensure that PDP and RCF project implementers are aware of each other’s activities and outputs and that synergies between the two initiatives are captured where possible.

Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Ensure timely delivery of monitoring reports and data sheets, validation report, including timely response to comments from the PMO M&E Lead.
  • Track implementation of the AgriTT Malawi PDP project logframe outputs, drawing to the attention of the PMO and IPs relevant challenges and risks associated with meeting logframe targets.
  • Suggest revisions to the logframe as requested, following consultation with IPs.
  • Conduct spot check validation missions.
  • Contribute to end of project reporting and evaluation.
  • Report to the AgriTT M&E Lead and the Head of the PMO.
Applicants to contact  James Keeley by email with  their (2 page maximum)   CV and also a (1 page maximum)  covering letter explaining why  they think have the  experience and   specific capabilities required  for this  position.
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Internship Opportunity; – Fish Trade Program in Africa

The WorldFish Center with the funding from the European Commission (EC) has joined efforts with AU-IBAR and NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency (NPCA), to implement a programme called “Improving Food Security and Reducing Poverty through Intra-regional Fish Trade in Sub-Saharan Africa” (also referred to as FishTrade Project). The Fish Trade Program aims to improve food and nutritional security and reduce poverty in sub-Saharan Africa by enhancing the capacities of regional and pan-African organizations to support their member states to better integrate intra-regional fish trade into their development and food security policy agendas. The Program works within the four corridors in Africa (Western, Southern, Eastern and Central) and one of the aims of the project is to Generate information on the structure, products and value of intra-regional fish trade in food security in Sub Saharan Africa and make it available to stakeholders.

The Program responds to the potential of Africa’s intra-regional fish trade in addressing the region’s food and nutrition insecurity, as well as poverty reduction through wealth creation which has been overlooked and neglected in national and regional policy. As a result, intra-regional fish trade has largely remained informal, with substantial volumes traded by artisanal and small – medium enterprises, mostly by women.

African Union and its Regional Economic Communities (RECs) have therefore prioritized strengthening of regional trade and have identified fish and fish products as key commodities for investment and policy support. This is evidenced in the African Union Policy Framework and Reform Strategy for Fisheries and Aquaculture document which clearly aims to “Promote responsible and equitable fish trade and marketing by significantly harnessing the benefits of Africa’s fisheries and aquaculture endowments through accelerated trade and marketing”.

Nature of Internship

This internship program forms part of the mentorship program of the WFC and The LUANAR Fish Node which aims at building the capacities of the youth and young professionals in Africa through active engagement in the program implementation process. This is based on the assumption that there exist huge volumes of data on fish trade in Africa which can offer valuable insights into the implementation of the fish trade project but needs to be unlocked. And also there exists potentially active young graduates, intelligent, with high competency of unlocking existing data from elsewhere and make meaning out of it through extensive literature review.

Hence the project will capitalize on that by engaging three interns for one month to conduct to assist in conducting a desk/literature-based analysis (case studies) on:

  • Routes, dynamics, trends, and magnitude of intra-regional trade of fish and fish products in sub-Saharan Africa
  • Impact of the growing fish supply gap on fish consumption and food security of different groups -with a particular focus on the recent food crisis and its effects on income-poor
  • Analysis of aquaculture input supply chains, including feed, seed and production technologies;
  • Constraints and barriers affecting intra-Africa fish trade
  • Food safety and post-harvest issues, with a focus on low-value dried, smoked and salted fish.
  • Certification procedures for fish and fish products from capture fisheries and aquaculture.
  • Case studies and technical audits on certification and food safety compliance by commercial aquaculture producers in selected African countries.

This extensive literature review shall also also inform the field work to be carried out.

Eligibility

The eligible candidate is expected to;

  • Be a graduate, or one who has just completed his or her degree program waiting for graduation but with a Cumulative GPA of not less than 3.0 or its equivalent grade at the last semester for which grades are available.
  • Have a proven background of Economics, International Trade, Aquaculture and Fisheries Economics, or GIS
  • Be a Malawi resident
  • Be a subscribed member of Youth for Fish Program (YFFP), or register with youth for fish program which has a membership fee of MK7000. To register, download the forms on afri-fishnet website at afri-fishnet.org or visit this blog https://fishnode.wordpress.com/e-library. Please ensure that you send a scanned copy of deposit slip or bring it in person and a filled registration form to Fish-Node office at LUANAR, Bunda campus.

Selection Criteria

The selection of candidates shall be done through a rigorous exercise, consisting of independent reviewers. The basis of selection shall be made on academic merit and the shortlisted candidates will be called for interviews.

How to Apply

The candidates must send their copies of certificates, or proof of grades and GPA, a short CV (maximum 2 pages) and a motivation letter expressing clearly why they think they are best candidates.

.

The applications shall be addressed to

NEPAD Regional Fish Node

Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Box 219

Lilongwe

Malawi

Email: fishnode@yahoo.com with copies to:  lisungu@bunda.luanar.mw;

Cell numbers; +265999378275 and +265 999 510 796

To reach not later than Friday the 21st August 2015

Download:

Internship Opportunity (Post BSc)-fish trade final advert

YFFP Membership Application Form

Opportunity! Masters Research Grants – Fish Trade Program in Africa

The WorldFish Center with the funding from the European Commission (EC) has joined efforts with AU-IBAR and NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency (NPCA), to implement a programme called “Improving Food Security and Reducing Poverty through Intra-regional Fish Trade in Sub-Saharan Africa” (also referred to as Fish Trade Program). The Fish Trade Program aims to improve food and nutritional security and reduce poverty in sub-Saharan Africa by enhancing the capacities of regional and pan-African organizations to support their member states to better integrate intra-regional fish trade into their development and food security policy agendas. The Program works within the four corridors in Africa (Western, Southern, Eastern and Central) aims to deliver on the following results:

  • Generate information on the structure, products and value of intra-regional fish trade in food security in Sub Saharan Africa and make it available to stakeholders.
  • Come up with a set of recommendations on policies, certification procedures, standards and regulations, and get them well embedded in national and regional fisheries, agricultural, trade and food security policy frameworks in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Enhance the capacities for trade amongst private sector associations, in particular of women fish processors and traders and aquaculture producers, to make better use of expanding trade opportunities through competitive small and medium scale enterprises; and
  • Facilitate adoption and implementation of appropriate policies, certification procedures, standards and regulations by key stakeholders participating in intra-regional trade in the four trade corridors.

This program focuses on four main African trade corridors, in Western, Southern, Eastern and Central Africa. It is focused in three main areas namely to:

  • Strengthen the evidence base for coherent policy development at national and regional levels,
  • Support the formulation and implementation of appropriate policies, standards and regulatory frameworks to promote intra-regional fish trade, and
  • Strengthen the capacity of private sector associations, in particular of women fish traders, to enhance the competitiveness of small- and medium-scale enterprises engaged in this trade.

The Program responds to the potential of Africa’s intra-regional fish trade in addressing the region’s food and nutrition insecurity, as well as poverty reduction through wealth creation which has been overlooked and neglected in national and regional policy. As a result, intra-regional fish trade has largely remained informal, with substantial volumes traded by artisanal and small – medium enterprises, mostly by women.

African Union and its Regional Economic Communities (RECs) have therefore prioritized strengthening of regional trade and have identified fish and fish products as key commodities for investment and policy support. This is evidenced in the African Union Policy Framework and Reform Strategy for Fisheries and Aquaculture document which clearly aims to “Promote responsible and equitable fish trade and marketing by significantly harnessing the benefits of Africa’s fisheries and aquaculture endowments through accelerated trade and marketing”.

Nature of Research Grant

This research grant forms part of the mentorship program which aims at building the capacities of the youth and young professionals in Africa through active engagement in the program implementation process. This is based on the assumption that there exists huge opportunity to generate volumes of data on fish trade in Africa, and the project offers opportunity to even generate more information which can be capitalized on to inform national and regional policies at the same time bring forth academic excellence to a number of individuals who can help in contributing to the development of Africa at large if their capacities are built.

Eligibility

It is expected that the candidates should be from AU Member states and should have completed their course work in any of the following Universities which are participating in the implementation of the Fish Trade project;

  1. University of Abidjan, Ivory Coast
  2. University of Dakar, Senegal
  3. University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
  4. University of Douala, Cameroun
  5. University of Ghana, Ghana
  6. University of Ibadan, Nigeria
  7. Lilongwe University of Agriculture & Natural Resources, Malawi
  8. National University of Rwanda Other Universities within the regions will also be considered but priority will be given to the Universities above

The students should be pursuing masters or have proven background in the following programs; Economics, Fisheries Economics, Agriculture Economics, International Trade and other related programs.

The candidate should be willing to undertake the study in the southern corridor and parts of eastern corridor, such as Rwanda at the minimum possible cost.

Selection Criteria

The selection of candidates shall be done through a rigorous exercise, consisting of independent reviewers. The basis of selection shall be made on academic merit obtained at Masters Coursework and evaluation of content of concept note.

How To Apply

The candidates must develop a five paged concept note together with their supervisors and must have an endorsement letter from their supervisors and should include the followingkey sections;

  • Indicate the country in which the study will be undertaken
  • indicate the university of study, degree program being undertaken and indicative courses so far studied under this program
  • Clearly indicate what they are going to do and how they are going to do it (proposed methodology)
  • Linkage of academic study to overall fish trade project
  • How their project will contribute towards achievement of their national developmental goals
  • How they are going to collect data and analyze their data to ensure that the work is publishable and have an academic tone
  • Expected Results
  • An indicative budget for the whole study and workplan

Candidates shall be requested to attach transcripts from their masters course work and a letter of consent from supervisory committee.

The applications shall be addressed to

NEPAD Regional Fish Node

Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Box 219

Lilongwe

Malawi

Email: fishnode@yahoo.com with copies to: lisubby@gmail.com

Cell numbers; +265999378275

To reach not later than 4th September 2015

Download Advert: Fish Trade Masters Research Grant Advert final

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY – INNOVATIVE FISH FARMERS NETWORK (IFFNT)

The NEPAD Regional Fish Node and the Innovative Fish Farmers Network Trust are cordially calling for applications from suitable candidates for the post of intern for Innovative Fish Farmers Network Trust (IFFNT) for six months.

The suitable candidate is expected to;

  • Lead in resource mobilization
  • Build partnerships with relevant stakeholders
  • Act as a link between IFFNT and other stakeholders
  • Collect and manage list (database) of fish farmers and hatchery operators in the country
  • Follow up on accounts and network treasure for effective management of the network funds and produce monthly financial reports in liaison with the finance officer
  • Facilitate finalization of the networks constitution through relevant authorities
  • Carry out day to day management of the IFFNT
  • Undertake administrative tasks, filling and create and manage secure back up system of all network documents
  • Produce monthly reports to the IFFNT board under the supervision of the NEPAD Regional Fish Node
  • Carry out any other duties as assigned from time to time

The suitable candidate should have;

  • A BSc Degree in Agriculture, Fisheries and Aquaculture, Agriculture Extension, Agribusiness, Agricultural economics, Development Economics, Social Science and related fields
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision and with maturity
  • Meticulous and attention to detail
  • Ability to follow up issues to conclusion

Shortlisted candidates will be required to make a 10-15 slides power point presentation detailing how you will coordinate the activities of the network and initiate establishment of a vibrant and sustainable network. Attached is a brief introduction of IFFNT for use.

Interested candidates should submit their application letter, copy of certificate/s and curriculum vitae by Friday 24th April 2015 to;

 

The Technical Coordinator

NEPAD Regional Fish Node

Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources

P.O. Box 219

Lilongwe

Applications can also be sent by email to msekiwa@bunda.luanar.mw with copies to ekaunda@yahoo.com and lisubby@gmail.com

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Advert for Intern-Final 13 May 2015 

About IFFNT – 13 April 2015

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