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Support HuP by becoming a learning partner!

 

Here's how it works: Each student will be allocated a GIZ project abroad and provided with initial information. The next step will involve them using the Alumniportal Deutschland to find a member of the alumni network living in their project country, ideally someone who is also familiar with the specialist focus of the project.

 

The learning partners are to make themselves available to answer questions about the structures, unique characteristics and background situation in the country concerned, and, if possible, to assist the student in researching relevant issues. If you are interested in taking on a learning partnership, please let the student know.

 

The project list contains an overview of all the students and their selected projects, allowing you to see whether your country and specialism are included. One click will take you to the profile of the relevant student, enabling you to get in touch with him or her.


Are you interested in becoming an Alumni Learning Partner? Would you like to support the participants by bringing in your regional and/or thematic expertise? Then please take a look at the project list below and contact the team members in the right column if you think you can support them by bringing in your topic, country or regional expertise! 

 

 

Project / Topic

Country

Team

AFRIKA

Adaptation of agriculture to climate change

Namibia

NicoleLee_16 and Sangeun_16

Agricultural and Rural Finance Programme (AGRUFIN)

Uganda

DianaNaikoba

Skills Development for a Green Economy (SD4GE)

South Africa

Katerina_Arch and tonyodili

Nigerian Energy Support Programme (NESP)

Nigeria

Oluwasina

ASIA

Programme Framework and Finance for Private Sector Development

Tajikistan

Bezawit_16

Transboundary Water Management in the Lower Mekong Basin

Laos

Björn Pasemann and Dilfuza_16

Institutional Strengthening of the Biodiversity Sector in ASEAN

ASEAN countries

Franziska_16 and ElsaNikola

German-Chinese Energy Partnership

China

MWaseem and Merrit

Adaptation to Climate Change and Rehabilitation of Livelihoods in Selected Districts of South Bangladesh

Bangladesh

mohammed_ashadujjaman_16 and ulfat_16

Education for Social Cohesion (ESC)

Sri Lanka

ma9 and salma_2016

Land Management & Decentralized Planning (LMDP)

Laos

Christine_Koechy_16 and Theresa_Marschall_16

Sino-German Cooperation on Low Carbon Transport

China

Fabian_H and carolin

Strengthening the Rule of Law

Afghanistan

SaMe and LukasL

Programme Professional Education

Central Asia

ProjektgruppeGIZ and Lewkowski

EUROPE

Supporting the introduction of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Germany

Germany

Anika_Taschke and Arend_Mueller_16

LATIN AMERICA

Climate, biodiversity and sustainable development (ProCamBío)

Ecuador

AndreaWiesholzer_16 and Marie-Kathrin_Siemer_16

Biodiversity and Climate Change in the Atlantic Forest

Brazil

senon

Adaptation to climate change and disaster risk reduction in selected river basins

Peru

MariaFie and Luzmila_16

Supporting returning IDPs and host communities with food and nutrition security and reconstruction

Colombia

Marwaarch and anabaezs

Co-Management Amazon Region Peru (CoGAP)

Peru

Corinne_Wilsky and Sophia_Stark_16

MIDDEL EAST AND NORTH AFRICA

Private Sector Development

Yemen

Elzainruaa and sandyyhsiao

ARABTERM – Online Technical Dictionary

MENA

Amrabotawila and Khaled Elmansi

Local Governance Reform Programme

Palestinian territories

Pambournigal and Bella_Enssle

GLOBAL

Realising shared solutions

Global

Irina_Galjucenko and Friedi

Timetable 2016

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Timetable 2016