Do No Harm Training of Trainer
Venue: Diakonia Center
Date: 09-13 Sep 2019
Time: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
- Training fees
The cost of the training is US$ 250.00 per person for 5 days training (including lunch, coffee break and training material)
BfdW will pay full fees of the training to the applicant NGO from selected BfdW partner.
- Scholarship for the training program course
Eligible organization is only BfdW partners have located in Cambodia. However, the scholarship is limited for 5 organizations (2 staff per NGO) only per year.
The scholarship included ToT training for 5 days, service fee for DNHC trainer to co-facilitate Application workshop for 5 days, and service fee for coaching and mentoring for 6 days per NGO. In total amount is up to 4,000$ per organization.
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