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Sunday, January 17, 2021

Vacancy for Project Coordinator,SAARC Agriculture Centre

 


The SAARC Agriculture Centre invites applications from the citizens of SAARC Member States having Master’s Degree in Economics/ Agricultural Economics/ Agronomy/ Natural Resource/ Environment/ Public Policy for the post of Project Coordinator for the project ‘Consortium for Scaling-up Climate Smart Agriculture in South Asia (C-SUCSeS).

The applications may be submitted directly to the Director, SAC (director@sac.org.bd) and Mr. Kinzang Gyeltshen, Senior Program Specialist (NRM) (kingyel@hotmail.com) latest by 4th March 2021. The ToR and Application Form is attached for kind reference.

Please click here for ToR and Application form

For detailed information and eligibility criteria please visit SAC’s website @ www.sac.org.bd.


SAARC Agriculture Centre  is a South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation agency responsible for promoting Research and Development in agriculture in South Asian countries. SM Bakhtiar is the Director of the SAARC Agriculture Centre.

SAARC Agriculture Centre was established by South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, a regional association of South Asian countries formed in 1985, in 1988 as SAARC Agricultural Information Centre. In 2007, it was renamed to SAARC Agriculture Centre. The capital cost for establishing the centre was provided by the Government of Bangladesh. It is financially supported by member states of SAARC and contribution is based on a percentage of their national budgets.