2015 Training Programs

2015 Training Programs

IFDC has held more than 700 formal workshops, study tours and training programs for nearly 11,000 participants from over 150 countries since 1974.

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Program Topics

The programs cover a wide range of subjects including integrated soil fertility management, investment analysis, policy reforms and numerous specialized topics.

2015 Training Programs

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Bringing Balanced Fertilizers to the Market: Opportunities and Constraints
(English/French Edition)

Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire | April 13-17, 2015
Workshop to examine and assess the
opportunities, constraints and options
to balanced fertilizers.

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Phosphate Fertilizer
Production Technology
with IFA

Berlin, Germany | October 5-9 2015
Workshop for engineers working in the fertilizer
industry, particularly those with technical
knowledge in phosphate fertilizer production.

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Fertilizer Policy
and Marketing Strategies
in Africa

Arusha, Tanzania | November 16-20, 2015
Workshop designed to enlighten stakeholders on macro- and micro-issues that influence fertilizer market development in Africa.

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Promoting Innovative Composting
Alternatives of Agricultural
and Municipal Waste

Accra, Ghana | November 2-6, 2015
Program for professionals who seek alternatives to agricultural and municipal waste and to increase knowledge of solid waste.

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Linking
Farmers
to Markets

Nairobi, Kenya | July 20-24, 2015
A training program for professionals from both
the private and public sector with a specific
interest in farmer-to-market linkages.

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Technology Advances in
Agricultural Production, Water
and Nutrient Management

August 24 – September 4, 2015 | Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee
and Washington, D.C.

Workshop designed for innovative farmers, agronomists, soil scientists, researchers and extensionists.

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Nitrogen Fertilizer
Production Technology
with IFA

Vienna, Austria | June 22-26, 2015
Workshop for engineers working in the fertilizer industry, particularly those with technical knowledge in nitrogen fertilizer production.

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