Breakdown of fellows 2018

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We received 159 applications from 64 countries:

Albania (1), Afghanistan (8), Argentina (1), Armenia (2), Bangladesh (3), Belgium (1), Benin (1), Bolivia (1), Botswana (3), Brazil (8), Burkina Faso (1), Cameroon (6), Canada (1), Chad (1), China (2), Comoros (1), Côte D’Ivoire (1), Democratic Republic of the Congo (1), Egypt (5), Ethiopia (1), France (2), Georgia (3), Germany (2), Ghana (4), Guatemala (1), India (3), Indonesia (1), Iran (1), Iraq (1), Italy (1), Jordan (2), Kazakhstan (1), Kenya (6), Kyrgyzstan (1), Lebanon (1), Liberia (1), Mongolia (1), Morocco (2), Nepal (4), Nigeria (4), Pakistan (32), Papua New Guinea (3), Peru (1), Poland (1), Portugal (1), Republic of Korea (1), Republic of Moldova (1), Serbia (1), Slovenia (1), South Africa (2), Spain (1), Sri Lanka (1), Sudan (2), Switzerland (1), Tunisia (2), Turkey (1), Uganda (3), UK (1), United Republic of Tanzania (1), USA (5), Uruguay (1), Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (1), Yemen (2), Zimbabwe (2)

Applications by stakeholder group

 

Applications by gender

 

Applications by geographical regions

Stakeholder, gender and geographical balance is a priority in our selection process.

We selected 28 fellows from 22 nations:
Belgium (1), Benin (1), Bolivia (1), Botswana (1), Brazil (2), Canada (1), Estonia (1), France (2), Georgia (1), Germany (2), Ghana (1), Kyrgyzstan (1), Laos (1), Pakistan (2), Poland (1), Republic of Moldova (1), Serbia (1), Slovenia (1), Spain (1), Switzerland (1), United States of America (3), Yemen (1)

Fellows by stakeholder group

 

Fellows by gender

 

Fellows by geographical regions