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10 September 2018

Call to all the Dutchies living abroad – Take part in a survey of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

 

 
 
If you are a Dutch person who has been living abroad for at least 3 months, we want to invite you take part in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ survey about the services provided by Dutch government bodies. The questionnaire is available until 1 October 2018 via this link. By taking part you can help improve services!
 
#NLinSingapore #Survey #BuZa

 

 

6 September 2018

ZOAT2018 Singapore: participate in the annual rotating sports tournament for Dutch field hockey and golf players from South East Asia

Dear ADB-DutchCham members,

 

As the old saying goes: “A bad day at the golf course still better than any day at the office”

 

The ZOAT2018 Singapore committee would like to invite you, as ADB-DutchCham member, to participate in the annual rotating sports tournament for Dutch field hockey and golf players from South East Asia named ZOAT.

 

For your information, the ZOAT attracts almost 500 people annually and is played in a 5 year rotation between the cities of Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta and is taking place this this year here in Singapore! More information on http://www.zoat2018.nl/

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31 August 2018

Vacancy Hollandse School: leerkracht primair onderwijs startersgroep

De Hollandse School Limited in Singapore zoekt een

 

enthousiaste leerkracht primair onderwijs

 

voor een fulltime aanstelling voor een startersgroep 1 per 1 januari 2019

 

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31 August 2018

Vacancy Hollandse School: Leerkracht primair onderwijs groep 8

De Hollandse School Limited in Singapore zoekt een

 

enthousiaste leerkracht primair onderwijs

 

voor een tijdelijke fulltime aanstelling voor groep 8
1 januari t/m medio mei 2019, met eventuele mogelijkheid tot verlenging.

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23 August 2018

Rabobank Launches Food Loss Challenge Asia for Start-Ups.

Rabobank, a leading global bank in food & agri and sustainability, is proud to announce the launch of the Food Loss Challenge Asia.

Debuting in Asia, the open innovation Challenge will see disruptive start-ups present their ag-tech solutions to reduce food loss to a platform of leading Food & Agri industry leaders, investors and other start-ups.

The Challenge aims to address the global problem of food loss. Every year, 1.3 billion tons of food is lost worldwide whilst world population is expected to increase by 2 billion people to over 9 billion people. To meet the increased demand for food, global food production will have to increase by at least 60%, while at the same time arable land and natural resources are nearing their limits. To address this fundamental concern, Rabobank is committed to contribute to one of the most pressing issues identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals to halve food loss by 2030. Against this backdrop, Rabobank Asia is launching the Food Loss Challenge Asia, an initiative to facilitate constructive dialogue between solutions providers, F&A corporates and small holder farmers.

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