The competition aims to encourage agricultural education initiatives that boost organisations' finances at the same time as teaching vocational and business skills to students. Awards will go to the best proposals where teaching business sense and entrepreneurship is used to generate funds to support the costs of vocational education work. Entry is open to all non-profit organisations and educational institutions working in agricultural education in developing countries. Winners will receive funding and consultancy support to help turn their ideas into reality. There are up to 15 grants available, to the maximum value of $5,000 each.
Application Deadline: 15 November2006
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