For more information, please see: http://www.aag.org/mycoe.servir/westafrica#eligibility

My Community, Our Earth” (MyCOE)/SERVIR Initiative are pleased to invite applications form undergraduate and graduate students to pursue Global fellowship program on Women in Climate Change and Food Security. The purpose of offering this fellowship is to advance women’s participation and contribution to Climate Change in Africa. This fellowship program will be for 10-month in West Africa.

For more information, please see: http://www.aag.org/mycoe.servir/westafrica#eligibility

My Community, Our Earth” (MyCOE)/SERVIR Initiative are pleased to invite applications form undergraduate and graduate students to pursue Global fellowship program on Women in Climate Change and Food Security. The purpose of offering this fellowship is to advance women’s participation and contribution to Climate Change in Africa. This fellowship program will be for 10-month in West Africa.

The MyCOE/SERVIR program will provide students with customized capacity training in GIS, remote sensing, GPS, and/or spatial techniques to help them enrich their research proposals. They will also receive professional development, have access to additional mentoring by international experts and engage in an online community with other fellows.

Fellowship offers:

  • Logistical support, airfare, hotel and subsistence to attend the multi-day capacity building workshop at a GIS center in the region (to be determined).
  • Free training and materials in the use of geographic technologies for women in climate change and food security in the region.
  • A fellowship of $600 USD to be used to support your 3-6 months of research and/or field work.
  • Other benefits might include geospatial data, GIS software of GPS equipment, where warranted.
  • A formal certificate of completion from the MyCOE/SERVIR Partnership.