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The Government of Indonesia under the framework of the South-South and Triangular Cooperation programme, with technical assistance from UNFPA, will host a training session on "Strategic Partnerships with Muslim Religious Leaders in Family Planning", in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, from 13-18 April 2020. 

As part of the initiative, the Government of Indonesia will provide a maximum of 22 scholarships for participants from other developing countries and members of Organization of Islamic Cooperation to join this training programme. These scholarships will cover tuition fees, accommodation, meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) throughout the training, and airport transfer in Yogyakarta. Please be advised, however, that the sending organization should be responsible for covering the air-transportation costs to Yogyakarta from their respective countries, and also a partial daily allowance for incidental expenses. 
 
To apply for the programme, interested applications need to fill out the enclosed registration form and send it to ssc.mrl.indonesia@gmail.com by 05 March, 2020. The joint committee will then select the top 22 participants to join the training programme in Yogyakarta.

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