Eligible candidates should be:
They should be/have:
Female candidates are encouraged to apply, and special provision can be made for women with or expecting young children.
Only nationals from Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Viet Nam and dialogue partner countries (China and Myanmar) are eligible to apply.
Interested candidates should complete the application form and OJT Proposal and submit it to the office of the National Mekong Committee within the deadline. Application forms are also available at the office of the National Mekong Committees in each riparian country, and at the MRC Secretariat in Vientiane, Lao PDR and Office of Secretariat in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
The application should include:
Please submit your application form to the National Mekong Committee in the applicant’s home country.
Cambodia National Mekong Committee
Lao National Mekong Committee
Thai National Mekong Committee
Viet Nam National Mekong Committee
|Batch||Starting date for submitting application||Deadline for application||Training & OJT period for each batch JRPs|
|1||15 July 2008||30 August 2008||
Module A (1 Nov 08 – 30 Apr 09)
|2||5 January 2009||16 February 2009||
Module A (1 May 09 – 31 Oct 09)
|3||1 July 2009||14 August 2009||Module A (1 Nov 09 – 30 Apr 10)
Module B (1 Nov 09 – 31 Oct 10)
|4||4 January 2010||15 February 2010||Module A (1 May 10 – 31 Oct 10)
Module B (1 May 10 – 30 Apr 11)
|5||1 July 2010||13 August 2010||Module A (1 Nov 10 – 30 Apr 11)
Module B (1 Nov 10 – 31 Oct 11)
|6||21 March 2011||22 April 2011||Sept 2011 - Nov 2012|
|7||November 2011||February 2012||March 2012 - May 2013|
|8||May 2013||August 2013||Sept 2012-November 2013|
|9||November 2012||February 2013||Mar 2013-May 2014|
|10||May 2013||August 2013||Sept 2013 -November 2014|
Only short-listed applicants will be invited for interview.
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