The Netherlands organisation for international cooperation in higher education (EP-NUFFIC) offers fellowships to participate in training courses in The Netherlands. The aim is to promote capacity building within organisations in eligible countries via training and education for professionals. This is initiated and (almost) fully funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the budget for development cooperation.
Every year, the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten (Amsterdam) offers an international residency program for young professional international artists.
The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) promote capacity building by providing training and education for professionals. The NFP was initiated and is fully funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the budget for development cooperation. EP-Nuffic is responsible for the management of the NFP.
Various media have published articles on the dismantlement of a fake US and Dutch embassy in Accra, run by a criminal network that provided fake travel documents. The Embassy of The Netherlands in Accra is in close contact with the Ghanaian authorities and other involved international partners on the course of the investigation concerning this illegal practice.
This morning the families of the victims of the MH17 disaster were briefed by the Joint Investigation Team on the initial findings of the criminal investigation into the downing of flight MH17. These findings concern the weapon used to down flight MH17, the location from which it was fired and the Buk missile system’s route of transport.
22 Businessmen and women from Ghana visited The Netherlands during a trade mission that occurred in mid-June. They attended the Greentech agricultural trade fair in Amsterdam, visited several companies and sowed the seeds for numerous trade deals. Their message: Ghana wants to do more business with The Netherlands.
Ghana and the Netherlands launch project to accelerate tuberculosis detection
Ashesi University College, in partnership with the World Bank Group, the governments of Denmark and the Netherlands, and Ghana’s Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI), inaugurated the Ghana Climate Innovation Center (GCIC) at Ashesi’s campus today.