Latest Scholarships- German Development Corporation

Organizations:                                              German Development Corporation
(Through GTZ, CBEH, and InWEnt)

Application Deadline                                    10 November 2010

Length                                                            42 weeks


The German Development Corporation (GDC) through InWEnt- Capacity Building International, Germany and German Technical Corporation (GTZ) is pleased to announce the second Round of Scholarships in the Capacity Building for Effective Health (CBEH) Program


To strengthen capacities of individuals and institutions to tackle core problem areas of the health system the scholarships are open to candidates from both public and private sectors in Kenya

This round will award six scholarships for a 42 week in-service training in Quality Management for executives in the health sector which will include a two week study tour in Europe and two four day regional workshops in Kenya and Cambodia.

Upon completion of training, fellows will be expected to use their newly acquired skills to develop and implement practical solutions to problems identified during the training.

They will also be expected to join the InWEnt alumni network and be active members.

Admission requirements and applications forms are available at

How to apply

Send electronic submissions in MS Word or PDF file via email to

Scholarships recipients will be notified by Wednesday November 17, 2010 


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About Me

10 years experience enhancing donor-funded partner organizations’ capacities in strategic planning, financial, administrative, organizational and programming management. Skilled in donor partner organizational assessments and partner capacity building. A 10 years experience in managing development donor-funded projects in the thematic areas of poverty-reduction, governance and democracy, conflict transformation and integration of Gender, Justice and Peace issues into mainstream programs (HIV/AIDS, Agriculture, Water and Sanitation, Emergency)

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