Awards of USD $5,000 each will be conferred to five early-career scientists working in an African NARES institution (National Agricultural Research and Extension System) or African university. The award is to encourage scientific programs relevant to understanding and improving phosphorus (P) management in agro-ecosystems.
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Application must be completed by 1 June, 2020.
The successful recipients will be notified in August, 2020 and the financial award will be presented to the winners as soon as practical thereafter.
The Young African Phosphorus Fellowship Award Program is co-sponsored by the African Plant Nutrition Institute (www.apni.net), Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (www.um6p.ma), and OCP Group (www.ocpgroup.ma).
Benguérir, Morocco — 7 April, 2020 — The African Plant Nutrition Institute (APNI) has announced a new fellowship program to encourage scientific programs relevant to understanding and improving phosphorus (P) management in African agro-ecosystems.
The Young African Phosphorus Fellowship will confer awards of $5,000 (U.S. Dollars) to five early-career scientists working in either a National Agricultural Research and Extension System (NARES) institution or African university.
“As supporting partners, APNI, Mohammed VI Polytechniqic University (UM6P), and OCP Group are pleased to establish this Africa-wide search for innovation in research on phosphorus management in African agro-ecosystems,” explained APNI Director General, Dr. Kaushik Majumdar. “This is also an terrific opportunity to inject much needed support and recognition of excellence among Africa’s community of early-career scientists working to solve critical agricultural productivity issues.”
See Complete Details Here https://www.apni.net/2020/04/06/young-african-p-fellowship/
Application Link https://www.apni.net/p-fellowship-apply/#1586443625210-0bc863e4-b34a