INTERNSHIP PROGRAM FORM

 

 

BCCC-AFRICA

 

At BCCC-Africa we are countnuously looking for talent. From Nigeria our home country to Canada to U.S and Germany, our past interns have come from far and near and from diverse fields. We continously strive to create an environment where iterns will be exposed to the most current issues on hazardous waste management both locallly and internationally. From our various policy advocacy initiatives to our well equiped Geo-environmental research laboratory, we offer a unique opportunity for interns to observe the interplay between science and policy. It is our vision at BCCC-Africa to strengthen the countries in the African Region in the Environmentally Sound Management (ESM) of Hazardous Waste through defining the template for the programmes and projects for the implementation of the Basel Convention and its Amendments. We invite you to join us in the process.Submit an internship application today.

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Governance

On inauguration of a Steering Committee, the Centre will be governed by a Steering Committee made up of the Directors of the Basel Convention Regional Centers in the African region, representatives of the Federal Government of Nigeria, one  member  state  representative  from  each  of  the  Basel  Convention  Regional Centres

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The Pan-African Forum on e-Waste

The Pan-African Forum on E-waste was held in in UNEP Headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, from 12 to 16 March 2012. The forum was a follow up to the recently concluded E-Waste Africa Project.

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