REACT 3rd Internal Replication Training at Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry (HUAF) – Conceptualization of project on climate change

Thursday - 15/11/2018 10:15
The 3rd Internal Replication Training on “Conceptualization of project on climate change” had been organized by REACT partner from Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry on November10th, 2018. The training was conducted in the framework the Capacity Building for Higher Education project (REACT) funded by the Erasmus+ programme.
The main aim of the training that took place at Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry (Vietnam) was to increase trainee’s knowledge and understanding on a methodology and tools for successful proposal writing and project management.
 
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Participants at the training
 
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Participants at the training

The training attracted about 21 participants including researchers and master students from HUAF.
 
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Dr. Ngo Tung Duc- Head of Department of Educational Management

The following topics were addressed such as Conceptualization of project on climate change; Stakeholders, activities, results and indicators (by Dr. Ngo Tung Duc - HUAF). At the training, the presenter described contents related to conceptualization of project on cliamte change and discussion.


The participants commented and discussed on the topics actively.

 

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Anh Thay An
                                                             Assoc.Prof.Dr Le Van An- Rector of HUAF

HUAF tries its best to become as the prestigious university. Additionally, HUAF always makes great efforts in training to provide localities and enterprises with qualified human resources. It is highly appreciated as a good center in science and technology to contribute the development of socio- economics to the whole country in integration tendency.

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