Bursaries By Study Field : Public Service

African Peacebuilding Network Individual Research Grants - Social Science Research Council (SSRC)

One Pierrepont Plaza, 15th Floor 300 Cadman Plaza West Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA
The African Peacebuilding Network (APN) of the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) invites research grant applications from African researchers, policy analysts, and practitioners working on conflict and peacebuilding issues at universities and research institutions or regional governmental and nongovernmental organizations in Africa.
03 Dec 2020

Masters Fellowship - Eastern and Southern Africa - World Bank

1818 H Street, NW Washington, DC 20433 USA
The fellowship is offered by the World Bank in partnership with governments in Eastern and Southern Africa and aims to support young African female scientists. This initiative aims to improve the quality of training and research in higher education, and to reduce the skill gaps in key development priority areas.
04 Jun 2020

African Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship for Sub-Saharan Africans - African Leaders of Tomorrow (ALT)

220 Laurier West, Suite 1550, Ottawa, ON
The ALT Scholarship Program grants full scholarships based on merit to women and men from sub-Saharan Africa to pursue a Master’s degree in public administration, public policy or public finances in Canada.

TCTA Bursary - Project Naledi - TCTA

Tuinhof Building Ground Floor Stinkhout Building 265 West Avenue Centurion
TCTA launched Project Naledi in 2005 with the expressed aim of recruiting, funding and employing youths from previously disadvantaged areas, with particular focus on rural areas. This was contrived as a contribution to the government’s transformation agenda of the Accelerated and Shared Growth Initiative for South Africa (ASGISA), the Joint Initiative on Priority Skills Acquisition (JIPSA) and the National Human Resource Strategy. The JIPSA framework broadly identified developing scarce skills in the following high priority areas: Engineering and planning skills for jobs in transport, communications and energy; Engineering projects for cities and towns, to meet the needs of municipalities; Management and planning skills in education, health and municipalities. The project intends to: Identify deserving and capable students from disadvantaged communities; Recruit candidates into engineering, project management, finance and accounting disciplines; Support the candidates throughout their studies by providing academic tutoring and mentoring; Provide specific and on-going support to the students that enter into accounting and engineering fields through regular follow-up sessions; and Develop a model for increasing participation of youth into the scarce skills category.

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