Re: [rpcvnetwork] Panel Member Search
- Hi Kate,
I won't be able to make it. It might be a good idea to post it on the
FOB e-mail list: friendsofBenin@yahoogroups.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kate Allen" <KAllen@...>
To: <coll_renk@...>; "Amos Hare" <banikoara@...>; "Rob Henning"
<rhenning@...>; "William Snyders" <bemberekebill@...>;
<acuffee@...>; "Scott Marquardt" <scott@...>; "Kati
Moseley" <kmoseley@...>; <ariegle@...>; "Chris Starace"
Cc: "Lana Moriarty" <sofiatou975@...>
Sent: Thursday, June 05, 2003 2:43 PM
Subject: RE: [rpcvnetwork] Panel Member Search
If you're not able to do this, you should check it out. Lots of
interesting facts about our beloved Benin...
--- Rick Montpelier <lazate2001@...> wrote:
> To: Rpcvnetwork@yahoogroups.com
> CC: shawn@..., jumanaq@...
> From: Rick Montpelier <lazate2001@...>
> Date: Thu, 5 Jun 2003 07:01:28 -0700 (PDT)
> Subject: [rpcvnetwork] Panel Member Search
> We are searching for returned Peace Corps volunteers
> who may be
> interested in serving as a panel member on a U.S.
> Department of
> Labor selection committee for project awards funded
> under the
> International Child Labor Program's Education
> Initiative from
> July 14-18. We are looking for people with
> experience in Mali, Benin, and Burkina Faso. We are collecting CVs
> and will select panelists from a pool of potential
> The Bureau of International Labor Affairs, U.S
> Department of
> Labor, is seeking to find individuals with expertise
> in West
> Africa to participate as members of panels that will undertake a
> competitive review of grant applications for projects that
> combat child trafficking through education in Mali,
> Benin, and
> Burkina Faso. This review will take place in
> Washington D.C. the
> week of July 14. Please see the attached request
> applications that delineates the description of the
> projects we
> will be funding, and the criteria against which we
> will be
> evaluating. A description of the work of our office
> can also be
> found at:
> Our grant review panels are made up of a mix of
> employees, academic experts, and individuals with
> regional or
> country experience, and/or experience in
> development and education projects. We would highly appreciate it if
> you could recommend advanced graduate students, faculty
> members, or other experts that meet our criteria and
> who would
> be available to come to Washington D.C. from July 14
> Panelists will receive an honorarium for their
> services, and
> have all of their travel and lodging expenses paid
> by the
> Department of Labor.
> I would greatly appreciate if you could pass this
> message onto
> persons you think you may be interested and
> available for the
> Child Labor Education Initiative grant reviews. We
> collecting CVs and will select panelists from a pool
> potential candidates. I can be reached at
> 202-693-4845 and
> email: rozenbergs.vivita@... for further
> Vivita Rozenbergs
> International Relations Officer
> International Child Labor Program
> Bureau of International Labor Affairs
> U.S. Department of Labor
> 200 Constitution Ave. NW, S5307
> Washington, DC 20210
> email: rozenbergs.vivita@...
> Tel.: (202) 693-4845
> Fax: (202) 693-4830
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