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ProjectsBourses coparrainées UNESCO/Israël (MASHAV) - cours International 2013 sur "Le Développement Communautaire et Gestion de Micro-Entreprises"
(Uniquement disponible en français/only available in french)

Dans le dessein de renforcer les capacités des ressources humaines des pays en développement, et d’encourager la compréhension internationale et l’amitié avec le peuple d’Israël, le gouvernement de l’Etat d’Israël met à la disposition de l’UNESCO pour l’année 2013, dans le cadre du Programme de bourses de l’UNESCO, un certain nombre de bourses au bénéfice d’Etats membres invités et, spécialement les pays les moins avancés.
ProjectsUNESCO/Israel (MASHAV) Co-Sponsored Fellowships Programme 2013 - Course: “Integrated Approach to Upgrading Poor Urban Areas”
In order to promote human resource capacities in the developing countries through intensive training and to enhance international understanding and friendship among peoples of the world and the people of Israel, the Government of Israel is placing at the disposal of UNESCO a number of fellowships for the benefit of certain Member States (especially the least developed countries) within the framework of the UNESCO Co-Sponsored Fellowship Programme.
ProjectsUNESCO/Japan Young Researchers' Fellowships Programme (UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi Research Fellowships Programme)
Also available: Japanese version

2014 Cycle - Reinforcing its belief in “people building the next era”, the Government of Japan offers 20 fellowships per year, for the thirteenth consecutive year, to be awarded to deserving candidates from developing countries, especially the least developed countries (LDCs), who are eager to undertake research on one or more of the topics listed below. The aim of the fellowships is to support innovative and imaginative post-graduate research in four areas of development of particular interest to UNESCO.

ProjectsUNESCO Fellowships Programme in support of Priority Programme Priorities
Privileged Fields of Study and Research for Fellowships: SOCIAL AND HUMAN SCIENCES
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