Australian Government Africa Fellowship : short-tarrn training opportunities for African professionalsin specialised
The Minister of Higher Education hereby announces to the general public and interested candidates that the Australian Government through the Australia Awards-Africa Fellowship is providing short-tarrn training opportunities for African
professionals in specialised fields.
The objective of this award is to develop the capacity and leadership skills of Africans 50 that, they can contribute more effectively to the development of their home countries.
The offer is opened for men, women and the disabled (even HIV-positive condition is not a barrier to eligibility) from mid-tc senror-level professionals currently
employed in a relevant field. The sectors of focus lnclude: Agriculture and Food Security, Extractives and Public Policy.
Be of Cameroonian nationality;
Be holder of a Bachelor's Degree at least or it's equivalence;
Be an early or rnld-career professional currently employed by a Cameroon
Public Sector Organisation or training Institution (including parastatals and other public sector entities;
Demonstrate a clear vision for how the knowledge gained through the Fellowship will be used to improve policy, practice, research or reform in your home country;
Meet relevant post-graduate work experience requirements;
Satisfactory English Proficiency to enable full participation in a training course
Possess as a minimum, a Bachelors Degree and at' least 3 years post- graduation work experience;
Meet ail the eligibility criteria listed at www.australiaawardsafrica.org
• Agriculture and food security;
• Public policy
For more information
on eligibility criteria and application forms, please visit
the Australia Awards Website: www.australiaawardsafrica.org
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