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Presentation of research concepts of overseas projects 2020

The presentation of research concepts of the overseas projects Cambodia, African Union, Benin and South Africa of the 58th cohort takes place on 4th and 5th August 2020 as a Zoom presentation.

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"What is in it for me?" Perspectives on integrating private enterprises in agricultural vocational training in Benin and Togo - new study now online available!

This study examines if and how the contribution of private agricultural and food companies to agricultural vocational training in Benin and Togo can be increased:

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SLE Mongolia study is now online available

The study analyses the potentials and challenges of developing complementary income sources in the horticultural and tourism sector in Western Mongolia. The study’s target groups were different groups of the local population in predominantly rural areas in Khovd and Uvs province, including women and youth.

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We are happy to announce this year’s SLE TRAINING courses!

Enrol before June 1st 2020 to get the Early Bird price!

 

Invitation to apply for "Participatory methods training courses" 10-13.02 and 17-20.02.2020

People often come together to work, discuss, plan, evaluate, solve problems or share experiences in a workshop. Investing time and thought in the design and preparation as well as in the facilitation of the workshop increases its effectiveness and will more likely lead to results.

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Scaling up diversity to scale up nutrition

The study analysed nutritional behaviour and nutritional diversity in rural Zambia and Togo:

Celebrating the completion of this year’s SLE TRAINING programme

In November, SLE TRAINING was happy to conduct two more training courses in our training facilities in the heart of Berlin. 

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Public presentations of the SLE Overseas Project results of the 57. course

In 2019 the SLE carried out again four study projects in Africa and Asia. Two research teams worked on the integration of the private sector into vocational training structures in West and East Africa.

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Training course on disaster risk management completed

From October 9th – 18th, participants immersed themselves into the SLE TRAINING course Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Management into Planning Processes (DRM). The exceptional experience and knowledge of trainer Martin Becher was essential in facilitating a quality training course covering elements of DRM such as risk assessment, risk mapping with GIS and various means of disaster prevention, mitigation and resilience:

Training course on disaster risk management completed

From October 9th – 18th, participants immersed themselves into the SLE TRAINING course Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Management into Planning Processes (DRM). The exceptional experience and knowledge of trainer Martin Becher was essential in facilitating a quality training course covering elements of DRM such as risk assessment, risk mapping with GIS and various means of disaster prevention, mitigation and resilience:

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