Difference between revisions of "EEP Africa Program launches new Call for Proposals"

From Energising Development
Jump to: navigation, search
 
(2 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)
Line 5: Line 5:
 
|News image=GIZ Razvan Sandru Rwanda 2016 solar village-grid in Ngoma.jpg
 
|News image=GIZ Razvan Sandru Rwanda 2016 solar village-grid in Ngoma.jpg
 
}}
 
}}
EnDev and the Energy and Environment Partnership Trust Fund (EEP) are currently exploring closer collaboration.  
+
EnDev and the [https://eepafrica.org/ Energy and Environment Partnership Trust Fund] (EEP) are currently exploring closer collaboration.  
  
The current phase of the EEP Africa program started early 2018 with financial support by Finland, Austria and Nordic Development Fund (NFD). A consortium of KPMG (lead), Enclude and SNV is assisting NDF with the implementation of the EEP Africa Program.
+
The current phase of the EEP Africa program started early 2018 with financial support by Finland, Austria and Nordic Development Fund (NFD). A consortium of KPMG (lead), Enclude and [http://www.snv.org/ SNV] is assisting NDF with the implementation of the EEP Africa Program.
  
 
Both EnDev and EEP adhere a market based approach, have a strong focus on local SME encouragement and on boosting economic development. Both programs have a strong network basis in Sub Sahara Africa.
 
Both EnDev and EEP adhere a market based approach, have a strong focus on local SME encouragement and on boosting economic development. Both programs have a strong network basis in Sub Sahara Africa.
  
The EEP Africa Program has launched a new [https://eepafrica.org/how-to-apply/14th-call-for-proposals/ Call for Proposals].
+
The EEP Africa Program launched a new [https://eepafrica.org/how-to-apply/14th-call-for-proposals/ Call for Proposals].

Latest revision as of 11:40, 17 December 2018

News-banner.jpg

Bangladesh 2018/06/11

11 June 2018

The EEP Africa Program has launched a new Call for Proposals. EnDev and the Energy and Environment Partnership Trust Fund (EEP) are currently exploring closer collaboration.

GIZ Razvan Sandru Rwanda 2016 solar village-grid in Ngoma.jpg

GIZ Razvan Sandru Rwanda 2016 solar village-grid in Ngoma.jpg

EnDev and the Energy and Environment Partnership Trust Fund (EEP) are currently exploring closer collaboration.

The current phase of the EEP Africa program started early 2018 with financial support by Finland, Austria and Nordic Development Fund (NFD). A consortium of KPMG (lead), Enclude and SNV is assisting NDF with the implementation of the EEP Africa Program.

Both EnDev and EEP adhere a market based approach, have a strong focus on local SME encouragement and on boosting economic development. Both programs have a strong network basis in Sub Sahara Africa.

The EEP Africa Program launched a new Call for Proposals.