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[e-drug] Grants for Sudanese to go to Laboratory workshop, the Netherlands

E-DRUG: Grants for Sudanese to go to Laboratory workshop, the Netherlands
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[Message on the workshop posted 13 March. Moderator] 

i+solutions and its donor offer two grants for Sudanese, both North and South, 
for the workshop on "Procurement & Supply Management of Essential Laboratory 
Commodities" scheduled to take place from 6 - 11 May 2012 in the Netherlands. 
The grants cover full course fee and round trip air tickets to Amsterdam.

Requirement
The course aims at building capacity of the laboratory supply chain with 
particular focus on essential laboratory supplies for HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis 
and Malaria in low and middle income countries. Qualified candidates for the 
grants should have at least 2 year work experiences as Laboratory Officer/ 
Technician or similar positions providing laboratory supplies in central and/or 
regional level.

Application
Interested candidates please send their CVs and motivation letters in English, 
maximum 3 pages, in .doc or .pdf file to 
training@iplussolutions.org<mailto:training@iplussolutions.org>. The deadline 
is on Sunday, the 1st of April 2012.

More information on the workshop: 
http://www.iplussolutions.org/index.php?id=49&language=EN
To request for more information on the grants, please contact 
training@iplussolutions.org<mailto:training@iplussolutions.org>

i+solutions reserves rights to postpone and/or terminate the sponsorship 
without further notice.

Kun-Chieh Wu
Training & Consultancy Coordinator
i+solutions
pharmaceutical management support

Westdam 3b, 3441 GA,  Woerden, The Netherlands
phone +31 0348 489 630 - fax +31 348 489 659

Email: training@iplussolutions.org<mailto:training@iplussolutions.org>
Web: www.iplussolutions.org<http://www.iplussolutions.org/>


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