[hepr-vn] Social Transfers Course - Chiang Mai
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Tue Jul 22 22:04:32 EST 2008
Subject: Social Transfers Course - Chiang Mai
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2008 09:42:36 +0700
From: Charles Knox <charles at helpageasia.org>
We are currently disseminatin information regarding the course
/Designing and Implementing Cash Transfer Programmes/ which
will be held in Chiang Mai from 26 October to 9 November.
The course is being offered by the Economic Policy Research Institute
(EPRI) in partnership with HelpAge International (HAI) in order to
support greater understanding of the design and impact of social
transfer programmes. The participants in the course will include
government officials involved in social transfer programmes in their
countries, as well as representatives from international organisations.
The course has previously been run in Cape Town, South Africa, but this
is the first time it has been held in Asia. It has received considerable
recognition for its content, which includes sessions by academic staff
from the Institute of Development Studies (Sussex), Maastricht
University and the University of Cape Town, as well as leading experts
from countries implementing social transfer programmes.
I attach a copy of the brochure for your information. The same information
can be found at http://www.epri.org.za <http://www.epri.org.za/> along with
an online registration form. We urge those interested to register as soon
as possible as there are only limited spaces.
Any questions should be sent to asiacourse at helpageasia.org
Project Coordinator - Social Transfers Course
Asia/Pacific Regional Development Centre
6 Soi 17 Nimmanhemin Road, Suthep
Muang, Chiang Mai, Thailand 50200
Tel: (66 53) 894 805, 895 021
(66 53) 225 440, 225 081
Fax: (66 53) 894 214, 225 441
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