APPLICATIO and SDG 1: No Poverty
APPLICATIO was commissioned by Deutschen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) to conduct three training courses on "Project Cycle Management" in Tunisia for the project "Support of Municipalities in Libya". The courses are intended to provide participants - civil servants from municipalities and ministries as well as selected national technical staff of the GIZ from Libya - with the necessary knowledge and skills in project management to work as municipal consultants.
APPLICATIO was commissioned by the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Deutscher Industrie- und Handelskammertag, DIHK) with the planning and implementation of a fine planning workshop for a chamber and association partnership project in the Western Balkans. The workshop will bring together all participating chambers of the region to jointly develop an operational plan for three project years and set up a monitoring system.
APPLICATIO has been commissioned by the GIZ Project "Support for Regional Economic Cooperation in Asia" (SRECA) to conduct a workshop on "Proposal Writing" for partners of the Greater Tumen Initiative (GTI) in Mongolia. The participants should be able to develop regional projects and apply for funding after the workshop.
APPLICATIO was commissioned by the GIZ and the project "Support for Economic Cooperation in Sub-Regional Initiatives (SCSI)" to support the Greater Tumen Initiative (GTI) in setting up an association of chambers of commerce of the partner countries as part of the GTI structure. The aim of the project is to provide sustainable and effective support for the establishment of the "GTI North-East Asia Chambers Association". Through consultation, research and interviews with relevant stakeholders, APPLICATIO conducts a needs analysis and analyses the needs of the private sector in the region and derives the objectives for the NEA Chambers Association.
APPLICATIO has been contracted by GIZ to support the "Indo-German programme for Vocational Education and Training (IGVET)" in advising and guiding local cooperation between public entities and private sector organizations, such as chambers and associations, in order to jointly implement cooperative, workplace-based trainings in three industrial clusters.
APPLICATIO has been contracte dby GIZ to implement a mid-term evaluation of the developPPP-Programme "Integrated Asset Management for Water Utilities in South-Eastern Europe". The programme aims at strengthening the capacities of supported water utility associations and water utilities in Sout-East Europe with regard to integrated asset management.
APPLICATIO has been contracted by Cookie Consult jointly with Modern Learning under a GIZ contract to develop an e-learning course for craftsmen, artisans and SME that allows them to get a an insight into development cooperation and development projects. The GIZ global programme "Strengthening innovative approaches of cooperation between crafts and partners in global vocational training" aims at increasing the cooperation between crafts-experts and development cooperation.
The Consortium PEM / APPLICATIO / NNF / MPW, made-up by APPLICATIO Training & Management GmbH and PEM GmbH (Lead), the Namibia Nature Foundation (NNF) and MPW Associates (MPW), has been contracted by the University of Namibia (UNAM) with financial support by Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW) with financial means of the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) to develop new study programmes on wildlife-management for the extended campus of UNAM in Katima Mulilo. As an additional option, the Consortium will also support the construction of the campus-extension.
APPLICATIO has been contracted by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ) to facilitate a regional workshop in Beijing (China) on "SPS challenges and opportunities within exporting goods to China". The workshop aims at supporting Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Viet Nam in their SPS cooperation with China by providing capacity enhancement for involved agencies. With special regard to the export-oriented agricultural sector, the regional workshop aims to map ongoing SPS challenges for exporters from Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Viet Nam.