[AfrICANN-discuss] Eligible NGOs in Africa to apply

Abebe Mebrate abebemebrate at yahoo.com
Sat Dec 22 11:03:14 SAST 2007

Thanks AR,

It's helpful. 


Anne-Rachel Inné <annerachel at gmail.com> wrote:  Dear all -- Sorry for Spam - For those interested please apply directly - contacts are below


 The Africa-America Institute (AAI) is pleased to announce the  next deadline for scholarship applications for the Transformational Leadership  Program (TLP). AAI is partnering with The Coca-Cola Africa  Foundation (TCCAF) on TLP to enhance capacity of professional management skills  and leadership in Africa. Please  feel free to share this scholarship opportunity with any interested and  qualified individuals.
 This multiyear program offers both non-degree professional  development and business degree training programs to African managers in  Africa-based NGOs working in the fields of health, education, environment and  entrepreneurship. 
 The program involves three training providers with excellent  track records in their respective fields: Emory University's  Goizueta Business School  (Atlanta, USA), The Aresty Institute of Executive Education at  The Wharton School of the University of  Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, USA) and the   United States International University ( Nairobi, Kenya).  
 AAI invites the managers of eligible NGOs in Africa to apply  for a TLP scholarship for a Master's of Business Administration (MBA) at the  Goizueta Business School at Emory University  in Atlanta, GA by  January 21,  2008. 
 Please download the following program and application  information with which you can apply for a TLP scholarship to Goizueta Business  School: 
    TLP Scholarship Program Description   
    TLP NGO Profile Form   
    TLP Scholarship Application Packet   
    Goizueta Business School MBA Program  Details
  The general eligibility criteria  are:  
   Applicants must be residents of an African country.  
   Applicants must have significant professional work experience  (e.g. 5-15 years) working in NGOs.  
   NGOs must be doing work in the critical areas of health,  education, environment or entrepreneurship in Africa.  
   NGOs must submit a current profile form to AAI for approval.   
   Applicants must be proficient in English.  
   Applicants must agree to return to their countries immediately  upon completion of their training program and abide by the 2-year Home Residency  requirement for US-based training, requiring them to remain in their home  country for a period of two years after the completion of the  program.
 Placement will be limited and we expect the application  process to be competitive. Applicants should expect to receive a decision  regarding their application within four weeks after the application deadline.  
 For additional information you may contact: 
 Tahnia Charles-Belle
Program Officer, AHET
Email:   tcharlesbelle at aaionline.org
 Tel: +1 (212)  949-5666
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