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Jobs and funding sources

 

Jobs

 

POSITION TITLE: Forestry Officer GRADE LEVEL: P-3

(MRV Facilitator - REDD+) DUTY STATION: Lusaka, Zambia

ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: UN-REDD Programme

DURATION: Fixed-Term: 2 years*

Forestry Department (FO)Forest Assessment, Management and Conservation Division (FOM)

Vacancy No. FO/238/11

Title Director, Forestry Assessment, Management and Conservation

Division (FOM)

Grade D-2

Number 0121886

Duty Station

Location Rome, Italy

 

Job sites

 

www.etfrn.org/etfrn/resource/frames/job.htm

 

www.foresters.org/portal/search.php?query=&topic=37

 

www.earthworks-jobs.com/forest.htm

 

www.forestry.gov.uk/forestry/infd-54qfw5
 

www.canadian-forests.com/job.html
  www.gfis.net/gfis/
     
 

Funding sources (from FAO*)

 

Scholarships, fellowships and research opportunities and other awards

Visit scholarships section, http://www.fao.org/forestry/foris/community/main/listthreads?forum=101
 

Study opportunities, http://www.fao.org/forestry/foris/community/main/viewthread?thread=1724
 

Funding announcement, http://www.fao.org/forestry/foris/community/main/listthreads?forum=42
 

World Forest Institute Fellowship Program

The World Forest Institute (WFI) offers a unique International Fellowship Program to professionals in natural resources—such as foresters, environmental educators, land managers, NGO practioners and researchers—to conduct a practical research project at the World Forestry Center in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

http://wfi.worldforestry.org/

Forest policy research opportunity in Indonesia, http://www.fao.org/forestry/foris/community/main/viewthread?thread=1704

 

Fellowships for African scientists, http://www.fao.org/forestry/foris/community/main/viewthread?thread=1785

Resources materials to help with search for grant, scholarships, fellowships /and other general information, also ways to approach with project or research funding

Visit general queries or grant application section, http://www.fao.org/forestry/foris/community/main/viewthread?thread=442

 


 

Funding sources (other)

Terra Viva Grants a new nonprofit information service for identifying where to look for grants in the "green sectors" of international development.  The website includes profiles of about 300 grant makers worldwide in agriculture, energy, environment, and natural resources.  The profiles of grant makers can be browsed in lists, or searched in a database to speed up filtering and comparison.
 
Users can search for grants made by foundations and NGOs, companies, government organizations, and international organizations.   Grants are for technical assistance (development projects), education and capacity building, research, and prizes and awards.  
 
Access to the full website is free.   Terra Viva Grants welcomes organizations and individuals who will use the site and mention its availability to colleagues.   We also welcome links to our website to make it more visible in the world of internet. 

http://www.terravivagrants.org/


* Courtesy of Edward Kilawe, Forestry Department, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
 

 

 

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