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International short course: Food systems for healthy and sustainable diets

The course is job-oriented and the training approach is interactive, experience as well as evidence-based: it provides the participants with the possibility to learn from expert facilitators as well as from each other. Transfer of knowledge goes hand in hand with case studies, working groups, etc. A mix of participants with different backgrounds, yet common interests, will provide a good basis for the exchange of experiences.

The course focus on options available within food systems to deliver high-quality diets to different population groups. The course addresses the following topics:
- Principles and indicators of a food system, and healthy diets in different population groups and how are they related;
- linkages between national, regional and global food systems;
- food system public and private stakeholders and their interaction, partnerships and alliances;
- policy issues and actions relevant to sustainable food systems transformations for healthy diets;
- designing programs implementing priority actions based on the local context, balancing health with social, ecological and economic sustainability outcomes;
- monitoring and evaluation food system changes and results;

For this course are the following fellowships available: NFP (KOP) and MENA (MSP). The fellowships covers the following costs: participation fee, the hotel stay, the flights to and from the venue, food and insurance.

Requirements
We expect you to have a BSc (as a minimum) or its equivalent in the field of food and nutrition, food science, home economics, agriculture, medicine or a related field of study. You have at least three years of professional experience related to the theme of the course, or you do a related MSc in the area of nutrition, health, agriculture.

Practical Information
Price: 3,900 Euro
Date: 04 - 22 June 2018
Application deadline: 23 April 2018
Application deadline NFP (KOP) / MENA: 18 October 2017 (for a fellowship opportunity)
Location: The Netherlands
More information: http://www.wur.nl/en/Expertise-Services/Research-Institutes/centre-for-development-innovation/short-courses/Short_courses_2018/CDIcourse_monitoring_evaluation_2018.htm

Organisation Wageningen Centre of Development Innovation

Country: Netherlands