Introducing the first Partner Identification Round - for Kenya
Karen de Man
We noticed local institutions sometimes experience difficulty finding Dutch partner organisations to collaborate with. This sometimes makes institutional collaboration projects a real challenge. Our solution? Besides the possibility to contact us to share a partner request, we will now pilot a 'Partner Identification Round'. Kenya is the first country in this new process, other countries may follow. The goal is to identify interested local organisations with specific capacity demands that can play a key role in possible future institutional collaboration projects. After this identification phase we may publish a call for Dutch institutions as a reply to local demands.Invitation of Interest for KenyaAre you interested to play a role in future collaboration projects? Are you a knowledge institution or any other organisation that contributes to strengthening education in the field of Food & Nutrition Security? Read more about the PIR here.On October 8, 2019 14:00 – 17:00 Kenyan Time, the embassy of the Netherlands in Nairobi will organize a 'PIR information meeting'for interested organisations!More information on this event follows shortly via the Facebook Page of the Netherlands Embassy in Kenya.Source: Nuffic
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