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Oliver Oliveros: "The One planet Fellowship programme will create a network throughout Africa and Europe"

"The One Planet Fellowship programme is inspired by the world programme African Women in Agriculture Research for Development. It has three components. One is to support the scientific capacity of men and women scientists working in agriculture and climate change. It involves also enhancing their leadership skills. These fellows will be trained in terms of leadership, building their confidence to be able to assume their role as top scientist in the region. But also to be able to manage research projects and also to mobilize resources, etc. The third component is in term of mentoring. The fellows will be mentored by senior african and european scientists over a year. And a year after, they will be in a position to mentor african and european scientists more junior than them."

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