The World Clean Technology Summit will bring together world leaders in
renewable energy, exhibitors, investors, scientists and clean technology
providers from around the world to engage, interact with each other, exchange
business contacts, forge partnerships, and pave a way forward for a
sustainable future. The Following are objectives for the World Clean
Technology Summit: • Create a shared understanding of the role governments,
private sector, Non-Profit, Academic and the media play in promoting clean
technologies to achieve a sustainable future for all; • Provide a platform
for companies, investors, Governments, foundations, Academicians and civil
society organizations to share the efforts they are undertaking to promote
clean technologies and to publicize new commitments to action; • Inspire
new forms of public-private, private-private partnerships, public policy
measures, and associated business and development opportunities to overcome
environment and development challenges at the country and international
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The guidelines are aimed primarily at the EC staff responsible for designing, implementing or evaluating support by the European Commission to the implementation of sector programmes by partner governments.
These guidelines were developed in 2009 by Directorate on Quality of Operations in EuropeAid further to consultation and input from the Working Group which supported the preparation of the Strategy on Technical Cooperation and Project Implementation Units.
This guide has been prepared by the Natural Resources unit of the Directorate for Quality Support of EuropeAid, with the support of external consultants working under the environmental advisory services and in collaboration with the ex- DGs Development and ACP states DG RELEX and D
This document offers a protocol framework for dealing with institutional and capacity assessment mainly in the public sector and in the swap context. The objective is to enable readers to engage in dialogue and improve the design of support to development of local capacity.
This document has been developed under the supervision of Directorate for Quality of Operations in EuropeAid (former Unit on “Governance, security, human rights and gender”) with the support of Professor Norman Flynn in the framework the implementation of the Backbone Strategy on Reforming