YEP

The main goal of the Young Expert Programmes (YEP), consisting of YEP Water & YEP Agrofood, is to offer young Dutch and local professionals the opportunity to take their first steps in an international environment. They are employed through Dutch organisations in a number of eligible countries. The programmes aim to rejuvenate the Water & Agrofood sectors and ensure the continued availability of expertise for these sectors.

The YEP Programmes are carried out jointly by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Netherlands Water Partnership (NWP) and the Food & Business Knowledge Platform.

NEWS

Apply now: new YEP positions online!

We are looking for Dutch candidates for 5 YEP positions.

Introduction video YEP

YEP in a nutshell: the new introduction video about YEP Programmes is now online.

YEP Effect 5: result of YEP Phase I

The fifth edition of YEP Effect has been released! In this magazine, we reflect on 16 batches of Young Experts in YEP Phase I, and the new Tailor-made programme. Download here!

Preparatory training course

Training of the 17th batch starts on 16 September
Every year we subsidise the placement of 72 young professionals
Check the latest results of YEP in our annual report

Our Young Experts


Marion Janse - YEP Agrofood at AgriProFocus in Burundi
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Click here for an overview of all YEP projects at Akvo RSR

Femke Dekker

Young Expert at Satelligence - Ghana

YEP period 2019 - 2021, batch 16

Femke's profile will be updated shortly!
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Contact

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Updates


Thursday, May 23, 2019
Cocoa not main cause of deforestation in Ghana
Following the recently published report of the World Resources Institute (WRI) on global deforestation, we have been seeing a lot of discussions on the high deforestation numbers worldwide and in Ghan...read more



Monday, April 15, 2019
SAT4Farming All Partners Meeting in Accra
In the last couple of years deforestation caused by growing cocoa has leapt into the headlines. Efforts are under way to halt deforestation in protected areas, but how do you monitor vast tracts of la...read more

SAT4Farming All partners meeting workshop