Workshop On Role Of Youth In Climate Change Adaptation Through Conservation & Revival Of Wetland


The workshop on “Role of Youth in Climate Change Adaptation through Conservation & Revival of Wetland” to provide undergraduate student leaders with a deeper understanding of the environmental education and enhancing their leadership skills. The workshop organized under the Green Youth Citizen project, organized by Environment and Social Development Organization- ESDO and funded by European Commission-EC. The project aims at creating environmentally aware young leaders to built better environment.

Date of workshop: Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Time: 10:000AM

Venue: Department of Environmental Science,

6/A, Anam Rangs Plaza 4th floor,

Satmasjid Road, Dhanmondi, Dhaka

Stamford University Bangladesh.

Candidates

nominated for this program will:

  • have a strong interest in environmental sectors;
  • be fluent in English;
  • be typically under 25 years of age;
  • be in their second or third year of studying in a bachelors/honors program;
  • demonstrate strong leadership qualities and potential in their university and community activities;
  • have demonstrated commitment to community and extracurricular university activities;
  • be mature,

Application forms must either be completed in clear handwriting. Please note that each application must include a passport size photograph.

The deadline for submission of completed applications to the Environment and social Development organization-ESDO is Sunday, February 02, 2014.

Late applications will not be accepted.

The location of ESDO is as follows:

Environment and Social Development Organization-ESDO

House#8/1, C Block, Lalmatia,

Dhaka-1207

(Opposite the Minar Mosjid)

Please note that the official weekend is Fridays.

For further information, please contact Mr. Md. Kawser Uddin Maruf at ESDO

(Mobile: 0181 4818 605, Telephone: 9122729, email: kawser@esdo.org).


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