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About the Capacity Building Marketplace

About the CBM

The Marketplace is created for you and by you!

The Capacity Building Marketplace quickly and easily connects capacity related needs and solutions concerning the implementation of the UNCCD.

The Marketplace helps individuals and organizations find and offer current learning, funding, and job opportunities in one place. It further invites stakeholders to contribute relevant content to network with interested parties.

Get involved

The Marketplace’s database of events is constantly updated to help you find events where you can get involved with land related organizations to learn and share ideas while networking with others. You can also subscribe to our mailing list to stay up to date with the most current events related to the Convention.

To advertise your project, event or vacancy on the Marketplace, send us the details via the “Have something to offer?” button.

Learn more

You can find a large array of learning videos, publications, courses and university programs to help you gain knowledge about land related issues and SLM practices to help achieve land degradation neutrality (LDN).

Experience and work

If you are looking to gain experience, study a field or find work related to sustainable land management, you can find up-to-date vacancies for internships, fellowships, consultancies and professional work in this section. Opportunities in other languages are also available. You are also invited to create a personal profile for us to post on the Marketplace to help others find you!

Find help

Building your career and developing successful projects requires resources. In this section you will find information on relevant financing opportunities that can help you get the funds you need to make your project and/or your studies a reality.

Need help with your project? Search our database of profiles to find volunteers, interns, consultants, fellows or professionals.

Want to know more about reporting processes and National Action Programmes (NAP)? Helpful resources are available!

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capacity building