$10,000 ITTO 2023 Fellowship Program
If you seek to pursue fellowship-level programs in Japanese universities, the ITTO Fellowship Programme 2023 (Partial Funding up to $10,000) is available.
Description of the scholarship:
Through the Freezailah Fellowship Fund, ITTO offers fellowships to member nations with an emphasis on tropical forestry and associated subjects in order to support professional expertise and human resource development.
The main goals are to increase the efficient use and processing of tropical timber, advance sustainable tropical forest management, and deepen economic understanding of the global trade in tropical timber.
Over 1400 young and mid-career people from 49 countries, representing a variety of sectors including government, universities, research institutions, civil society, and the private sector, have benefited greatly from the ITTO Fellowship Programme since it was established in 1989 and will continue to do so through December 2021.
With the goal of promoting sustainable forest management, effective use of tropical timber, and increasing economic insights in the global timber trade, the focus is on tropical forestry and allied fields.
Approximately 32% of the fellowships have been distributed throughout the regions of Africa, 30% in Asia-Pacific, 24.9% in Latin America and the Caribbean, 9.6% in emerging consumer countries, and 3.1% in developed consumer countries that are participating in producer member country activities.
Seventy-one percent of the fellowships have gone to reforestation and forest management, 19.8% to the forest industry, and 8.5 percent to economics, statistics, and markets. With contributions from nations like Japan, the USA, the Netherlands, and Australia, as well as others like Sweden and the UK, the total value of fellowships given is close to $9.8 million USD. The program primarily funds transient endeavors including conference attendance, training sessions, and research tours.
Additionally, it provides small funds for post-graduate study and helps with the creation of manuals and monographs. Additionally, the ITTO Fellowship Programme actively promotes the capacity building of female foresters and has provided support to over 424 women, who account for more than 30% of all fellowships given.
Evaluation of the Fellowship Program’s Impact
In the summer of 2016, a Fellowship Program impact assessment was carried out with a focus on fellows who finished their activities between 2010 and 2014. The assessment found that ITTO producer member countries had made considerable contributions to the development of the human capacity of 155 respondents from 28 countries.
In their own nations, about 82% of respondents said they actively or occasionally support reforestation and forest conservation. Additionally, about 88% of the respondents said that by creating new programs and employing creative strategies, they were able to improve the performance and productivity of their own institutions.
In addition, 42% of respondents said that the information and abilities they had gained through the fellowship program had helped them to influence national forestry and environmental policies in their own countries.
Furthermore, 61% of the respondents were actively involved in global forestry issues, with a focus on REDD and climate change in particular. The fact that 85% of the respondents had either a Ph.D. (42%) or a Master’s degree (58%) in forestry or a closely related field was a significant result. More than one-third of the respondents had received financial assistance from the Fellowship Programme to complete their degrees.
After finishing their fellowships, more than 60% of the respondents received appropriate job offers or promotions; 73% attributed these professional advancements to the program’s abilities and expertise.
The TFU Volume 21 Number 1 (2011) and Volume 25 Number 4 (2016) special editions contain summaries of the survey results in more detail.
Studying forestry is possible with this scholarship program.
Benefits of the scholarship
- A fellowship grant may not exceed $10,000 USD.
Nationalities that qualify:
International students from ITTO member nations are eligible to apply for this fellowship.
Only citizens of ITTO member nations may apply, and fellowships are often given to citizens of developing member nations. For further details, including eligibility, evaluation, and selection criteria, click here.
Applications are currently being accepted for the 2023 ITTO Fellowship Program!
The application period closes at 5 p.m. on Friday, September 1, 2023. (JST). The ITTO website will publish the selection panel’s decision around November 25, 2023, and fellowship activities cannot begin before January 1, 2024.
Please refer to the information note that is attached.
Please click here to view a complete chronology of the selection process for the fellowship.
To view the eligibility, evaluations, and selection criteria, please click here.
HOW TO APPLY?
Online Application is available in English, French, and Spanish (the official languages of ITTO) at www.itto.int/fellowship/. Please read carefully the information and general instructions contained in this note before submitting your application. Should you have any questions, please contact the ITTO Secretariat.
An intergovernmental organization called the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO) works to expand and diversify the international commerce in tropical timber derived from sustainably managed and lawfully harvested tropical forests. ITTO:
- Creates norms and policy guidelines that are accepted globally to promote sustainable tropical timber commerce and sustainable forest management (SFM).
- Aids tropical member nations in customizing such regulations and standards to regional needs and putting them into practice in the field through projects and other initiatives.
- Gathers, examines and disseminates information on tropical timber production and trade.
- Encourages supply networks for sustainable tropical timber.
- Aids in the expansion of tropical forestry capabilities.
With more than 30 years of expertise, ITTO is an organization focused on action and the field. More than 1200 projects and other initiatives addressing a variety of SFM-related topics, including forest restoration, efficient wood use, the competitiveness of wood products, market intelligence and transparency in the tropical timber trade and tropical timber supply chains, forest law enforcement and governance, illegal logging, biodiversity preservation, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and the contributions of non-timber forest products, have been funded by the organization.
More than 80% of the world’s tropical forests and over 90% of the worldwide commerce in tropical timber are represented by members of the ITTO.
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