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KPIT Board, World Bank Group, CfP Launch KP Innovation Fellowship Program

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The seventh cycle of the KP Civic Innovation Fellowship Program has been launched after collaboration between The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa IT Board (KPITB)Code for Pakistan (CfP), and The World Bank Group. The applications for the Innovation Fellowship Program are now open. One can easily apply for the program by following the link here.

The program will give individuals the opportunity to work alongside the government and develop solutions that will help in improving the government operations. The program is a win-win for both the government and those who will be directly involved. The KP Innovation Fellowship Program will include developers, designers, and technologists who will be working side by side to bring new innovation to the public sector.

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The last date to apply for the program is 31st July 2021. Along with professional mentorship, training, and a workspace, the program will also give its participants a monthly stipend of Rs. 30,000/- for six months.  The training and other activities of the program will be held at Durshal Peshawar, KP.

The KP Innovation Fellowship Program and other such initiatives from the KP government can help bring innovation and solve issues that are prevalent in the public sector.

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