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ERASMUS+ is a European Union funding program in the fields of education, training, youth and sport. The program focuses on quality education and intercultural understanding (https://ec.europa.eu/info/funding-tenders/opportunities/portal/screen/home). Land Information for Land Management (Li4LaM) is a project in the thematic area of the capacity building grant of ERASMUS+ program.
Li4LaM is a three years project prepared and to be executed by the consortium effort of eight universities (four from Europe and four from Ethiopia). These Universities are Debre Markos University (DMU), Bahir Dar University (BDU), Weldia University (WU) and Addis Abeba University (AAU) from Ethiopia; and University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) and Technical University of Vienna (TUW) in Austria; University of Agriculture in Krakow (UAK), Poland; and University of Ljubljana (UL), Slovenia.
The Li4LaM project proposal was designed in line with the primary focus area of the funding agency and accordingly the proposal is accepted for funding starting 2023. This project focuses on the following work packages: Elaboration of conceptual framework for modules; capacity building; elaboration of teaching materials; materials purchase and supply; pilots and roll-out of courses; lifelong learning; and quality assurance evaluation.
The University is grateful to the European Union funding agency in general and ERASMUS+ programme in particular for accepting our project proposal for funding. We are also thankful to all the institutions who participated in preparing this winning project proposal with special thanks to the institute of land administration at DMU, Geomatic institute at BOKU and the research group of Geoinformation at TUW. The success of the grant can be evaluated by the great commitment to execute the work packages and achieving targeted deliverables. Accordingly the university wants to describe its commitment for the successful implementation of the project.
NB., To see details about the networking of the institute of land administration, please visit the institute website at http://www.dmu.edu.et/la/
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