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The International Support Network for African Development (ISNAD-Africa) is accepting applications from students for mentoring for research work. ISNAD is committed to raising global and multi-stakeholder support for greener and climate-resilient Africa through a multidisciplinary network of various stakeholders.
ISNAD-Africa also secures fellowships and grant for the most outstanding students on the programme to participate in international training and conferences.
One-to-one technical and thematic mentoring relationship on your research with a professional from world-class organisations
Support by a mentor to structure your research to be innovative, problem-solving, practice-oriented, and carried out to meet global standards
Support to communicate your research findings to relevant stakeholders in the global community. It will create more visibility for your research work and career opportunities
Also, Best-performing mentees will gain full funding to participate in the one-month residential UNEP/UNESCO/BMU International Short Course on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency at the Centre for International Postgraduate Studies of Environmental Management (CIPSEM) at the Technische Universität Dresden in Dresden, Germany.
Applicants should be Masters/PhD students in universities in Africa countries
should possess excellent research ideas aimed at solving a problem or an innovative approach on sustainable energy, environment, biodiversity or climate change
In addition, applicants should plan to carry out their research in 2022. Also, students whose research programmes extend beyond 2022 are also eligible to apply and may have an extension till the completion of their research.
Applications are welcome from students in any discipline provided their research is on sustainable energy, environment or climate change-based topics.
In addition, new non-conventional research frontiers such as climate photography, environmental journalism, among others, will be of special interest.