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Kathmandu, July 23

Daayitwa has opened its call for applications for the Daayitwa Nepal Public Administration Scholarship (DNPAF) 2021.

As part of the Civil Society: Mutual Accountability project (supported by the United States Agency for International Development-USAID and implemented by FHI 360), DNPAF 2021 will competitively select and place 15 fellows in 11 selected municipalities in five provinces to support officials and elected representatives of local municipal governments in researching, formulating and implementing local policies and programs, the organization said in the statement.

The scholarship will run from August 1 to October 31, 2021.

Responding to the need for evidence-based policy development and inclusive governance, the scholarship program will provide fellows with opportunities to work in sectors such as municipal leadership, civil society organizations (CSOs), local media and youth in addition to leadership coaching, administration training, social research training, applied policy experience, research mentorship, depending on the organization.

The municipalities selected for this tour are Tamakoshi (Dolakha, Bagmati), Changunarayan (Bhaktapur, Bagmati), Budhanilakantha (Kathmandu, Bagmati), Panauti (Kavre, Bagmati), Neelakantha (Dhading, Bagmati), Gorkha (Gorkha, Gandaki), Is (Gulmi, Lumbini), Ghorahi (Dang, Lumbini), Bheriganga (Surkhet, Karnali), Amargadhi (Dadeldhura, Sudurpaschim) and Gauriganga (Kailali, Sudurpaschim).

Applications can be submitted to https://tinyurl.com/DNPAF2021.


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