We are sending out the attached announcement on behalf of USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS). The Cochran Fellowship Program (Eastern Europe & Eurasia Region) will offer training for:[PDF Version]
Agricultural Biotechnology for Policy Makers: Genetically Engineered Plum Research and Development – Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)
Integrated Pest Management – Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)
Strengthening Agricultural Coops and Agricultural Associations – Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)
Agricultural Biotechnology – Turkey
The Cochran Fellowship Program objective is to assist eligible countries to develop agricultural systems necessary to meet the food and fiber needs of their domestic populations; and strengthen and enhance trade linkages between eligible countries and agricultural interests in the United States.
The candidate selection process will be managed by the USDA and other parties as appropriate. USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) is seeking to identify U.S. universities willing to host mid-level agricultural managers from lower and middle-income countries under the Cochran Fellowship Program. These Fellows have been competitively selected based on training priorities identified by the U.S. Embassy in their country and their own qualifications.
The closing date for applications is Wednesday, March 30, 2016.
Direct inquiries about this program to:
Lev Kuchevski and Debbie Nip
Branch: USDA/FAS/OCBD/TSED/Cochran Fellowship Program
Telephone: 202-690-1243 or 202-690-1913