Kajol Bajracharya from the WFO Member Organisation Nepal Agricultural Co-operatie Central Federation Ltd (NACCFL) successfully passed the selection procedure and won the scholarship to attend the sixth edition of the Master of Law (LL.M.) in Food Law at the LUISS University in Rome.
Last November, WFO announced for the fourth year in a row the opportunity to have access to one scholarship for young graduate farmers interested in enhancing their Food Law education, offered in collaboration with LUISS University.
WFO recognises and promotes the importance of education and professional growth and development of young farmers and, within the partnership with the LUISS University in Rome, provide them with new learning opportunities, such as offering one exemption from the payment of the tuition fee for the LL.M. in Food Law.
Before Kajol Bajracharya from Nepal, Betty M. Njuki from Kenya, Cryspin Kayitare from Rwanda, and Kouassi Kouadio Hervé from Cote d’Ivoire benefitted from the possibility of enhancing their education in Food Law.
Program Officer at the Nepal Agricultural Co-operatie Central Federation Ltd (NACCFL) since 2016, Kajol Bajracharya has been dedicating her professional experience to Nepalese farmers. Her participation in the LL.M. in Food Law represents an excellent opportunity for her to fulfil the dream of positively contributing to the transformation of the agricultural system of Nepal.
From the International Secretariat side, our best wishes to Kajol Bajracharya for her future studies.