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FEATURE: Networking facility for the project ‘Scoping the development of a trans-disciplinary research programme to address climate compatible development needs in the SADC region’


Thank you for your interest in being part of the development of a trans-disciplinary research programme to address climate compatible development (CCD) needs in the SADC region.  As stated in the call for proposals, the consortium should be made up of organisations from at least three of the 15 participating SADC countries. To avoid generating unnecessary competition between universities at this stage of the programme development and since Southern African Regional Universities Association’s (SARUA) member universities will be integrally involved in the study it is requested that the consortium does not include any universities. However, recognising the value of university experience and guidance, the consortium will be required to interact with SARUA and meet with the SARUA CCD programme project team on at least three occasions during the study, to benefit from their advice and feedback.

Please note this networking facility is only for the following:

Requests:

Here providers and potential consortium leads can leave requests for partners with particular skills or located in particular countries to contact them.

Offers:

Here providers can leave offers if they are interested to contribute particular skills or particular country experience to a wider consortium.

Please leave your requests or offers below in the comment box. Please note that these will be moderated to ensure that only requests and offers are visible. For clarification issues or issues related to the bidding process please contact  cdknetwork.procurement@uk.pwc.com or helya.mohit-zadeh@uk.pwc.com.

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One response to “FEATURE: Networking facility for the project ‘Scoping the development of a trans-disciplinary research programme to address climate compatible development needs in the SADC region’”

  1. John Goss - Cinnabar says:

    We are a South African based organisation practicing whole system principles in collaboration with other networked practitioners.

    We have been engaged in the area of integrated water resource management in South Africa over the past 5 years and have experience in large scale whole system practice.

    We are interested in interacting with organisations or individuals who would like to explore collaboration in pursuing this CDKN SARUA opportunity and who are based in other SADC countries.