Deadline: 31 July 2019
The World Hunger Fighters Foundation (WHFF) has announced a Borlaug-Adesina Fellowship.
The World Hunger Fighters Foundation, in partnership with the World Food Prize Foundation, USA, is establishing this year-long Fellowship Program, presenting an unparalleled opportunity to outstanding African youths between the ages of 21 and 30 years old to attend the WHFF Africa Youth Institute at the World Food Prize Foundation in Iowa, United States of America.
It is an innovative educational program that challenges promising youths across the continent to join forces with other youths globally to solve the most critical problems they face on the planet, providing real-world experiences to prepare them, as Borlaug-Adesina Fellows, for success and high-impact careers to that will end hunger across the world.
The Borlaug-Adesina Fellows will be selected and announced at the annual World Food Prize Dialogues in Iowa, USA. The Fellows will be provided with opportunities to gain exposure and experience at any of the International Agricultural Research Centers around the world, or with a select number of global food and agribusiness companies.
The World Hunger Fighters Foundation (WHFF) is a non-profit organization committed to building a better world where no person should ever go hungry. Founded and endowed by Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, the vision of the World Hunger Fighters Foundation is to develop a new generation of young food and agribusiness entrepreneurs to help end global hunger and promote agriculture as a business that unleashes wealth for poor farmers.
How to Apply
Applicants can apply via given website.
For more information, please visit https://www.worldhungerfighters.org/borlaug-adesina-fellowship