Next Generation Regional Satellites and Modelling Techniques for Integrated Water Management


Tailor-Made Training programme

Next generation regional satellites and modelling techniques for integrated water management

Department of Remote Sensing, Mandalay Technological University, Myanmar


The NFP-Tailor Made Training (TMT) programme is meant to enhance the overall functioning of an organisation by training a selected group of its staff members. A tailor-made training is designed to meet specific needs identified by the requesting organisation. The TMT programme is open to a broad range of organisations ranging from educational institutions, research institutes, ministries and non-governmental organisations to small and medium-sized enterprises. The requesting organisation should not be a NICHE project partner.

Visit the application and selection procedures, a complete overview of the criteria and more general information. For country-specific information, check the website of the Dutch embassy or consulate foryour country.


This form should be used for a joint proposal completed by the requesting organisation together with the Dutch provider.

The maximum subsidy from the NFP-TMT budget is € 75,000 per proposal. However, the total budget of the training can be higher if an own contribution of the Dutch provider or from another organisation is added.

The proposal should describe the current constraints the requesting organisation faces in achieving its goals and explain what tailor-made training intervention is needed to attempt to solve these constraints. Next to this, the proposal should clearly outline what the Dutch provider has to offer, how the objectives and results formulated by the requesting organisation will be achieved, and what inputs will be required for a successful training course.


  • Answer the questions clearly and completely in English and typewritten
  • The use of this format is compulsory
  • The proposal should be submitted by email to the Netherlands embassy or consulate representing your country before the deadline indicated on their website. Proposals should not be sent directly to EP-Nuffic.


Training 1 starts on 10 Oct 2016 and training 2 on 24  Apr 2017

Training 1 ends on 14 Oct 2016,  and training 2 ends on 5 May 2017


Envisaged number of male participants :  5  participants in the first training course, 10  in the second the training course

Envisaged number of female participants : 5  participants in the first training course,10  in the second training course


University of Twente, The Netherlands : ITC

Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (Public Organization) : GISTDA

Department of Remote Sensing, Mandalay Technological University, Myanmar


The Netherlands organisation for international cooperation in higher education


Dr. Dhruba Pikha Shrestha

Asst. Professor in Land Degradation Studies

Department of Earth Systems Analysis, Faculty ITC

University of Twente

Tel.: +31 (0)53 4874 264


Dr. Tanita Suepa

Chief of Instructional Media and Curriculum Development Division

Technology Transfer and Knowledge Development Office

Geo-information and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA)

196 Phaholyothin Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900,

Tel.: +66 2 5614504-5 #431