AHIA Conference in Johannesburg

first_img Share 0 Reddit April 2, 2019 Published by sanja Deadline: 15 April 2019Open to: African scientistsVenue: 10-12, July, 2019, JohannesburgDescriptionAHIA’s mission is to address and solve unmet medical needs in Africa, by supporting and promoting the advancement of health innovation and technologies. They do so by advising, educating, and training African innovators in the business and legal aspects of the healthcare sector. AHIA is a multi-phase program that consists of a three-day summer conference and ongoing advice from leading professionals in science, business, and law.EligibilityThis opportunity is open for African scientists to develop solutions for healthcare in Africa.BenefitsTravel and hotels will be covered for those selected. A limited number of Innovation Teams will be selected to receive ongoing advice to help transition innovations from the laboratory to market.How to apply? In order to apply, please fill the application form.For more information, please visit the official web page. +1 Similar Stories Call for applications for the 2019/20 PhD Programs →center_img Pocket Tweet LinkedIn 0 ← Deloitte One Young World Scholarship Program AHIA Conference in Johannesburglast_img read more

Overseas Development Institute (ODI) Fellowship Scheme 2020/2022

first_img ATLAS CORPS PROGRAMS December 3, 2019 Published by sanja African Liberty Writing Fellowship 2021 for Young Writers Tweet PhD Research Scholar Positions – NHH Norwegian School of Economics → Google PhD Fellowship Program for graduate students Reddit Overseas Development Institute (ODI) Fellowship Scheme 2020/2022 LinkedIn 0 Similar Stories ← The One Young World & London Business School Scholarship 2020/2021 +1 Deadline: 11 December 2019Open to: candidates of all nationalities provided they have a master’s degree or PhD in economics, statistics or a related disciplineBenefits: fully fundedDescriptionThe ODI Fellowship Scheme is now open for applications. The Scheme places young and highly motivated ODI Fellows as economists and statisticians in public sector posts in developing country governments on two-year contracts. ODI Fellows are employed as local civil servants reporting to local managers. Fellows work in a range of institutions from finance and planning ministries to ministries of health and education, as well as central banks, statistics offices, and regulatory bodies.The ODI Fellowship Scheme is highly competitive and extremely prestigious. ODI Fellows have gone on to make successful careers in the World Bank, the IMF, the UK’s DFID and a wide range of public and private sector organizations. re looking for candidates with excellent academic qualifications, a sound grasp of applying economic and statistical theory to real-world problems, an ability to communicate economic and statistical ideas to non-specialists, and a willingness to integrate into what are often very different cultural and bureaucratic environments.EligibilityThis call is open to candidates of all nationalities provided they have a master’s degree or Ph.D. in economics, statistics or a related discipline. Postings are determined primarily by the needs of partner governments rather than the preferences of candidates themselves.BenefitsFellows receive a total package equivalent to GBP 21,000 a year (increasing to GBP 23,000 in the second year) plus a housing allowance.How to apply? For more information, and to apply please visit the official website. Pocket Share 0last_img read more