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When online collaboration works / Why universities must go digital / Focus on Myanmar / Welcome to Danida Fellowship Centre’s new website
The new (online) normal  
The COVID 19 pandemic has brought about a need for new ways of working. At Danida Fellowship Centre we had to change our approach to learning, networking and research management overnight. Some of these changes will become permanent.
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Online reality overcomes invisible barriers in Myanmar 
From information overload to nano-modules and co-creation, Professor Jan Vang, Head of Section, University of Southern Denmark, talks about how the Corona reality prompted changes in the modes of training and research collaboration with Myanmar.
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When international labour standards are a must
Improved labour market conditions make Mayanmar more attractive to foreign investment by European and Danish partners. Danida Fellowship Centre’s capacity development courses play an important role, says Sector Councillor Nanna Sars.
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Corona has reminded us that the world is a village
Today the world is a village. We should not neglect what happens in other countries. Nyein Moe Shwe, government inspector in Myanmar participated in Danida Fellowship Centre’s Occupational Health and Safety Course in 2018. See a snapshot of her life after the onset of the Corona pandemic.
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I am all in for green, affordable energy
I want to make sustainable energy affordable and more accessible for larger parts of South Africa’s population, says Kanyiselo Kumalo, Master’s student and Danida fellow from South Africa.
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Connecting Danida alumni in professional online forums
Danida Fellowship Centre invites Danida alumni change makers to facilitate online webinars for fellow alumni and their Danish partners. The forum topics address one or more of the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Why universities must go digital
There’s no two ways about it. Universities must do all it takes to go digital. Science journalist William Odinga Balikuddembe reports from a virtual seminar for Danida supported researchers at Gulu University and their counterparts in Denmark.
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Analyzing maritime security in Ghana
How can countries with high levels of maritime insecurity be better supported? Read about the Danida funded research project Analyzing Maritime Insecurity in Ghana (AMARIS).
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Our new website is live
We’re excited to announce that our new and refreshed website is live: Thank you to all those who have helped us in the process: staff, fellows, the group that volunteered to test the site before it went live - and Brand by Hand for a job well done.
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