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Israel Training Courses Helping the Indian Farmers

MASHAV's main project focus is on agricultural pilot and demonstration projects which serve as a platform for training, extension and research and development.  It also works with partner countries to set up support networks for micro-enterprises, small and medium enterprises and agribusinesses. In addition, each year, it also  completes a select number of small-scale, turnkey medical infrastructure projects.

The guiding principles of MASHAV projects are sustainability and replicability. These aims are achieved by the following means:

Every MASHAV project is accompanied by extensive capacity-building and training activities both in Israel and on the project site.

MASHAV is committed to long-term, follow-up activities in all its projects, including the posting of long-term expert consultants at project sites.

Project technologies are carefully selected to suit the needs and capacities of the local populations. Similarly, methodologies taught are designed to be easily replicable by individuals or small collectives.

MASHAV projects are designed in cooperation with host countries and local partner institutions. Maximum flexibility is maintained in order to address specific local needs.

With growing technological challenges, MASHAV's programs encourage trainees to find their own solutions to problems and adapt them to their respective cultural and social values, economic potential, natural resources and regional priorities. The Agency for International Development Cooperation (Hebrew acronym: MASHAV) has been active throughout the developing world since the late 1950s, assisting countries to alleviate problems of hunger, disease, and poverty by means of technical training and technology transfer.
Below is a list of the available courses for 2018. Kindly take note of the application deadlines:
(Download the MASHAV Application Form and on the course name to download the brochure for the course).

In order to sign up to a course

  1. Identify the course, click on the link
  2. Fill up the Complete Application Form
  3. Send the application form before the deadline
  4. The soft copy of filled applications should be sent to: Ms. Anumeha Bhardwaj- Mashav Coordinator atmashav-sec@newdelhi.mfa.gov.il 

- Agricultural Development in Arid Regions

Dates 

11 – 23 March

Deadline for Applying

26 Jan

 

- Startup Accelerators in the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

Dates 

13-  27 March

Deadline for Applying

29 Jan

 

- Clean Technologies  -  Environmental technology, innovation and management  systems as a means for regional and local economic development

Dates 

22 Apr- 16 May

Deadline for Applying

23 Feb

 

- Irrigation and Fertigation for Intensive Crop Production

Dates 

23 Apr- 11 May

Deadline for Applying

6 March

 

- Special & Inclusive Education

Dates 

06-25 May

Deadline for Applying

5 March

 

- Addressing the Urbanization Challenge

Dates 

21 May- 8 June

Deadline for Applying

5 March

 

- Emergency Situation Preparedness

Dates 

22 April- 10 May

Deadline for Applying

9 March

 

- Nutrition in a changing Global Environment

Dates 

27 May- 15 June

Deadline for Applying

25 March

 

- Environmental Management of Nature Parks and Reserves: focus on Ecosystem Services

Dates 

10-29 June

Deadline for Applying

18 April

 

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