Leadership in the Water Sector in Egypt

GIZAPPLICATIO supports the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in the conceptualization and planning of a Leadership Journey for the water sector in Egypt in the frame of the programme "Improved agricultural water productivity to enhance adaptation to climate change". The concept aims at developing leadership competencies amongst project stakeholders and in enabling and support change agents to implement change projects in the sector.

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Support to Transition Process in Yemen

yemen.pngAPPLICATIO is contracted by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammerabeit (GIZ) to support a programme that aims at supporting the transition process in Yemen towards a politically and economically stable partner country. The project starts with a stakeholder analysis and planning mission and will be implemented as a “Leadership Journey” later on.

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Leadership Training Statistics Agency Namibia

statitic-namibia.pngAPPLICATIO has been contracted by the Academy for International Cooperation (AIZ) of Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) to support the Namibia Statistics Agency in the field of leadership development. In the frame of this project APPLICATIO implements a larger Blended-Leaderning Programme in 2013.

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Project Evaluation Kenya

sequa logoBeing contracted by sequa gGmbH APPLICATIO implements a project evaluation for a Vocational Education Partnership Project between the "Beruflichen Fortbildungszentren der Bayerischen Wirtschaft (bfz) gGmbH" (TVET Centers of Bavarian Economy) and Assocations of the water sector in Kenya. 

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Project Evaluation Philippines

bg_ptb_start.jpgBeing contracted by "Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)" APPLICATIO implements a project evaluation for a project in the Philippines. The project aims at developing an adequate quality infrastructure esp. for SME and the export sector of the country.  

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Launch: Tourism Training Namibia

General_-_Sticker.gifAPPLICATIO assisted GIZ in developing a Tourism Training Platform in Namibia. The aim of the project is to bring together demand and offer for training in the Namibian tourism sector. On May 30, 2013 the platform has officially been launched by GIZ, the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (Namibia) and the German Embassy on the "eLearning Africa" in Windhoek, Namibia.

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Alumni Conference Mongolia

GIZ

APPLICATIO, in person Gerelchimeg Chuluunbaatar-Trede, will moderate and facilitate an Alumni Networking Workshop in Ulaanbaatar/Mongolia for and with GIZ. The workshop aims at showing and identifying possibilities and advantages of Alumni-Networks and at establishing a professional network of former participants of the  programme "Environmental Protection and Use of Ressources in the Construction Sector of Mongolia".

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eLearning Africa

eLAAPPLICATIO assists the Academy for International Development of GIZ during its participation at the eLearning Africa in Windhoek, Namibia in 2013. GIZ had been running several pre-conference meetings as well as workshops during the event. In addtion the web-portal "Tourism Training Namibia" had been launched officially.

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Economic Development Central Asia

GIZ

APPLICATIO assists GIZ in a project that aims at economic development in Central Asia, namely in Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan with workshops on Tourisms Development, Export Promotion and Marketing. In the frame of several workshops up to 20 participants will be trained in each topic.

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Training for IAEA

IAEA

APPLICATIO and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) continue their cooperation in 2013. Again IAEA contracted APPLICATIO for the implementation of training measures e.g. on "Effective Supervision". In 2013 the APPLICATIO eAcademy has been used in the programme for the first time to assist training preparation and follow-up.

 

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