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'Capacity is Development' Knowledge Fair

The United Nations Development Programme is pleased to announce the 'Capacity is Development' Knowledge Fair and invites you to share your experience. The knowledge fair seeks to collect experiences on policies, investments and programs that have proven successful in driving human and institutional capacity development in diverse settings around the world. These experiences will feed directly into the 'Capacity is Development' global event.

The deadline has been extended. Therefore, we invite you to submit an entry by Friday, 5 February, 2010

Your entry can take the form of a short two-page case story, video or image.

The top five finalists will be awarded an expense paid trip to personally showcase their work at the 'Capacity is Development' global event in Marrakech, Morocco 17-19 March, 2010.

Entries should attempt to illuminate through words or images the impact of capacity development in practice. While diverse expressions of capacity development are welcomed, there is a special interest in gathering stories from three priority focal areas:

- Sub-national capacity development: local solutions, national strengths

- Capacity development in post-conflict and transitional situations

- Fostering the rise and resilience of middle-income countries

For more detailed guidelines and online entry forms please visit: www.capacityisdevelopment.org/knowledgefair or contact us at capacityisdevelopment@gmail.com for any questions or to simply alert us about an interesting experience.

The UNDP Capacity Development Group is working in partnership with the Impact Alliance and LenCD - Learning Network on Capacity Development to implement this initiative

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Ivar Hartmann
Elona Taka (Albania)
Fahd Batayneh (Jordan)
Edward Muthiga (Kenya)
Nnenna Nwakanma (Côte d'Ivoire)
Xu Jing (China)
Gao Mosweu (Botswana)
Jamil Goheer (Pakistan)
Virginia (Ginger) Paque (Venezuela)
Tim Davies (UK)
Charity Gamboa-Embley (Philippines)
Rafik Dammak (Tunisia)
Jean-Yves Gatete (Burundi)
Guilherme Almeida (Brazil)
Magaly Pazello (Brazil)
Sergio Alves Júnior (Brazil)
Adela Danciu (Romania)
Simona Popa (Romania)
Marina Sokolova (Belarus)
Andreana Stankova (Bulgaria)
Vedran Djordjevic (Canada)
Maria Morozova (Ukraine)
David Kavanagh (Ireland)
Nino Gobronidze (Georgia)
Sorina Teleanu (Romania)
Cosmin Neagu (Romania)
Maja Rakovic (Serbia)
Elma Demir (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Tatiana Chirev (Moldova)
Maja Lubarda (Slovenia)
Babatope Soremi (Nigeria)
Marilia Maciel (Brazil)
Raquel Gatto (Brazil)
Andrés Piazza (Argentina)
Nevena Ruzic (Serbia)
Deirdre Williams (St. Lucia)
Maureen Hilyard (Cook Islands)
Monica Abalo (Argentina)
Emmanuel Edet (Nigeria)
Mwende Njiraini (Kenya)
Marsha Guthrie (Jamaica)
Kassim M. AL-Hassani (Iraq)
Marília Maciel (Brazil)
Alfonso Avila (Mexico)
Pascal Bekono (Cameroon)

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