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IIRR International Training Courses in 2012

(c) IIRR Website - www.iirr.org IIRR offers short-term international “Applied Leaning” courses, as part of its mission to share rural development experiences and insights with other practitioners. Courses are participatory, practice-based and taught by practitioners and experts in the field.International courses are typically two weeks in duration and combine interactive presentations, discussions, exercises and field visits which allow for hands-on application.Courses are delivered by teams of experienced trainers who are sensitive to the local culture.In 2012, IIRR offers the following International courses, taking place across Asia:
  • Participatory Natural Resource Management: A Collaborative Course between the IIRR and the Natural Resource Management Center (NRMC)
  • Gendered Responses tot Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Social Enterprise Development
  • Understanding Value Chain's Role in Social Enterprise Development
  • Participatory Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
  • Capturing Lessons from the field: the Writeshop Process
  • Building Resilient Communities: Community-managed Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Addressing Household Food security in the context of changing climate and environment
  • Training and facilitating to empower
  • Community-based integrated watershed management
  • Participatory local governance: finding meaningful engagement between government and its citizens.
For detailed information on the courses, date, location and costs, take a look at the brochure. To apply, fill out the application form (download it here or on the IIRR website) and sent it in by email.Early registration is encouraged to ensure your reservation for these courses.For further inquiries please contact:International Institute of Rural ReconstructionY.C. James Yen Center, Biga, Silang, Cavite 4118 PhilippinesTelephone: +63 46 414 3216 | Education.Training@iirr.org | www.iirr.org