International Training Programme in Gender Statistics / Uganda

As part of its development assistance, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) offers, Advanced International Training Programmes (ITPs) of strategic importance to the social and economic development in the participants’ countries. This International Training Programme is specially designed for professionals qualified to participate in reform processes of importance at various levels and who hold a position in their home organization with a mandate to initiate processes of change. It offers support to strengthen, adapt and maintain capacity over time so that organizations can define and achieve goals in both the short and long term. Statistics Sweden in cooperation with Sida hereby invites statistical producers and strategic users of statistics to a training programme in the area of gender statistics.

The participants will use the latest developments in their areas of work supervised by skilled Swedish colleagues and experts; they will develop a network of colleagues from other countries and acquire enhanced knowledge in new working methods.

The following countries are invited to nominate candidates to the programme: Bangladesh, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda and Palestine

We would be most grateful if you could distribute these invitations to suitable candidates in your office as well as in the public sector and the private sector. Closing date for application is December 1th2017. The course catalogue can be found here.

Please find enclosed brochure and application form for the International Training Programme in gender statistics 2018.

More information about the programme can be found by following this link:  http://www.scb.se/itp/

If you have any questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you in advance!

Yours Sincerely,
Marie Haldorson
Director Regions and Environment Department
Statistics Sweden
Box 24300, SE-104 51 STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
Visiting address: Karlavägen 100

www.scb.se
www.scb.se/itp

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