Call of NL-CGIAR Senior Expert Programme reopened
Senior experts – working at Dutch research organizations and involved in CGIAR research or management – are given the opportunity to spend (more) time on their CGIAR activities. The call to cover part of their personnel costs has been reopened with an adjustment in the domains that can be requested. The deadline for the next assessment round is October 1, 2019.
The proposals are awarded within the Senior Expert Programme (SEP) of the Netherlands – CGIAR research programme. The SEP instrument aims to contribute to the mutual benefit of participation of Dutch research organizations in CGIAR. It funds part of the personnel costs of Senior Experts employed at a Dutch research organization who participate in a CGIAR Research Program (CRP), Flagship or Platform.
The call is open for Senior Experts employed at a Dutch research organization who participate in a CGIAR Research Program (CRP) or Platform with linkages to one or more of the three for this call selected knowledge domains. The focus is on domains:
- Sustainable agrofood value chains & sectors
- Genetic improvement and propagation materials
- Climate smart agriculture
More information on the domains can be found in the call for proposals.
The Netherlands – CGIAR partnership
The Netherlands – CGIAR research programme enhances international agricultural research in view of contributing to transformational change in agriculture around the world by advancing food system knowledge and joint public and private innovation. It is aimed at facilitating successful partnering between CGIAR Research Programs (CRPs), CGIAR platforms, and CGIAR Centers and Dutch research organizations and stakeholders from the public and private sector, both for-profit and not-for-profit.
This call for Senior Expert Programme (SEP) candidates is implemented in close collaboration with the CGIAR and with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MinFA) and of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality (MinAgri), as well as the Food & Business Knowledge Platform (F&BKP). The SEP call and other instruments of the NL-CGIAR research programme are funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and implemented through NWO-WOTRO Science for Global Development.
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