The overall aim of the NFP is to help alleviate qualitative and quantitative shortages of skilled manpower and to do so within the framework of sustainable capacity-building directed towards reducing poverty in developing countries.
While fellowships are awarded to individuals, the need for training must occur within the context of the organization for which an applicant works.
The training must help the organization to develop its capacity. The applicants must be nominated by their employers and an application without the support of an employer will not be considered.
Half of the available funding from the NFP budget should be spent on fellowships for female candidates and for candidates from sub-Saharan Africa.
The NFP offers the following sub-programmes:
For more information on the NFP Fellowship Programme including the application forms and a list of NFP countries, see: Netherlands Fellowship Programmes
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