COURSES AND CONFERENCES 2
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CTA. 1997. COURSES AND CONFERENCES 2. Spore 69. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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COURSES AND CONFERENCES 10TH INTERNATIONAL COURSE ON LOCAL LEVEL MANAGEMENT OF TREES AND FORESTS FORSUSTAINABLE LAND USE 7 September- 12 December 1997 The course is designed for policy and planning staff of both government and non-governmental...
COURSES AND CONFERENCES 10TH INTERNATIONAL COURSE ON LOCAL LEVEL MANAGEMENT OF TREES AND FORESTS FOR SUSTAINABLE LAND USE 7 September- 12 December 1997 The course is designed for policy and planning staff of both government and non-governmental organizations, as well as staff in management positions at national and regional level. Candidates should be directly or indirectly engaged in community forestry programmes as part of rural development programmes for conservation of natural resources and biodiversity. Participation by women is strongly' encouraged. Minimum requirement is BSc level. International Agricultural Centre SAC}, PO Box 88 6700 AB Wageningen, THE NETHER ANDS Fax: +31 317418551 email: email@example.com nl INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL TRAINING PROGRAMME COURSES: Gender in policy development for sustainable land use 5- 18 October 1997 Agrodiversity: biodiversity and environmental variation in agrosystems - 19 October- 1 November 1997 Strategic environmental assessment a framework for sustainable land use planning - 2- 15 November 1997 Technology for ecological agriculture - 16-29 November 1997 Environmental economics: tools for policy analysis in rural development - 4-17 January 1997 The above courses are intended for senior policy and management staff of government and NGO development and research organizations. Because the subject matter is related, candidates may be interested in taking more than one course and can request a reduced fee to do so. Details of courses from MC address /given above) INTERNATIONAL COURSE ON PROTECTED CULTIVATION GLASSHOUSE AND POLYHOUSE CROP PRODUCTION 12 October-7 November 1997 This course is designed for professionals who want to learn from Dutch and Israeli expertise in the field of glasshouse and polyhouse crop production. Applicants must have BSC or equivalent and several years experience in protected cultivation. Details of course from MC address (given above) INTERNATIONAL CONTROL OF ANIMAL DISEASES October 1997 is a new modular MSc/MPhil course. The modularization of the courses enables for the first time a mix of 'epidemiology' and diagnostics laboratory' modules to be taken, reflecting the needs of those involved in national or international animal disease control. It also enables the course to be taken sequentially in 10 week blocks over several years, part time (up to 5 years) as well as full time (12-24 months for MSc/MPhil). The Director, Centre for Tropical Veterinary Medicine, Easter Bush, Raslin, Midlothian EH25 ERG, UK Fax: +44 131 445 5099 email: Jeanette MacDonald@;ed. ac. ok WWW: http://www.veted.ac.uk/ctvm CIHEAM/IAMZ COURSES: Statistics methods for plant variety evaluation 3-14 November 1997 Sustainable agriculture: water management for agricultural production in semi-arid zones - 9-20 March 1998 Production and economics of nut crops - 18-29 May 1998 Advanced course on animal production - 29 September 199712 June 1998 Advanced course on marketing of agricultural and food products 29 September 1997-12 June 1998 Details of the above courses from: Instituto Agronomico Mediterraeo de Zaragoza, Apartado 202, 50080 Zaragaza, SPAIN Fax: +34 976 57 63 77 email: iamz~cibeam.mizarcsic.es RAINFED FARMING SYSTEMS FOR SEMI-ARID ZONES A course to be held at the Central Arid Zone Research Institute (CAZRI), Jodhpur, India from 8-18 September 1998 The purpose of the course is to share the expertise gained at CAZRI with individuals from semi-arid regions of Africa who are in a position to test new systems and crops in their home setting. Mr Arnie Schlissel, IPALAC Coordination Unit, POB 653 Beer Sheva, ISRAEL 84 105 Fax: +972 7 647 2984 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please write to the addresses given above, and not to CTA, if you are interested in participating in these events
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