European Partnership in Agricultural Research for Development Phase II (PAEPARD II)

European Partnership in Agricultural Research for Development Phase II (PAEPARD II)

In 2017, ILRI was invited to host up to 8 PhD fellowships. This is in association with DAAD. Below please find the available ILRI –DAAD fellowship opportunities.

ILRI-DAAD PhD Scholarship: Towards improved herd health in the smallholder pig systems in Uganda (Closing date: 31 January 2017)

ILRI-DAAD PhD Scholarship: Analysis of adulterants, physicochemical and microbiological quality and shelf stability of local butter along the value chain in Jimma town and central highlands of Ethiopia (Closing date: 31 January 2017)

ILRI-DAAD PhD Scholarship: “Light-touch” interventions in the dairy value chain to improve food safety and health outcomes: assessing scale and sustainability (Closing date: 31 January 2017)

ILRI-DAAD PhD Scholarship: Raw milk and children’s health: a risk assessment of the contribution of raw milk to the diets and the health of children in peri-urban settlements in Nairobi (Closing date: 31 January 2017)

ILRI-DAAD PhD Scholarship: Agent-Based Simulation modeling for the study of emerging disease threats and outbreaks: A case study of African Swine Fever (ASF) in Uganda. (Closing date: 31 January 2017)

ILRI-DAAD PhD Scholarship: Enhancement of participatory decision support tools to support improved feeding strategies by smallholder farmers in Malawi and beyond. (closing date: 31 January 2017)

ILRI-DAAD PhD Scholarship: Genetics of tolerance to Theileria parva infection in Bos indicus cattle (Closing date: 31 January 2017)

ILRI-DAAD PhD Scholarship: Economic analysis of milk quality certification in Rwanda (Closing date: 31 January 2017)

ILRI-DAAD PhD Scholarship: Targeting and prioritizing value chain intervention for synergies and impact in smallholder crop livestock systems (Closing date: 31 January 2017)

ILRI-DAAD PhD Scholarship: Comparative analysis of ruminant GHG emission factors and GHG emissions intensities from different smallholder systems in Kenya and Tanzania. (Closing date: 31 January 2017)

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