Recruitment of post-graduate researchers in irrigation, ecosystems services and environmental flows
For the research project "Co-management of wetland ecosystems and irrigation for enhancing livelihoods in the Lake Victoria Basin" the Egerton University (Kenya) and UNESCO-IHE (Netherlands) are looking for three motivated and highly qualified Post Doctoral fellows.
The three available positions focus on the following research fields:
1. Ecosystems services of wetlands
2. Environmental flows
3. Sustainable irrigation development
Read more about the requirements and project background here.
The Post Doctoral fellows will be based at the Egerton University, Kenya, with two extended visits to UNESCO-IHE at Delft, the Netherlands. Fieldwork takes place in the Nyando and/or Mara River Basin in Kenya, jointly supervised by academic staff from Egerton University and UNESCO-IHE. Detailed descriptions of the Terms of Reference and requirements for each position are given below.
Please send your applications (a CV and letter of motivation which includes your interest in one of the three themes) before 25th of March 2013 to:
Prof. Charlotte de Fraiture
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org