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The Executive Secretariat is pleased to inform you that the African Association for Rural Electrification and its members will now benefit a technical and financial support from the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office - FCDO (ex-DFID, Department for International Development, British technical cooperation) through the Transforming Energy Access - TEA managed by Carbon Trust. This support for “Growing government engagement in energy access“ will run until September 2023.
This capacity building and knowledge management program for an amount of £ 1,112,928 (approximately EUR 1,235,000) is administered by our partner SouthSouthNorth - SSN through its branch African Mini-Grids Community of Practice (AMG -CoP).
The TEA funding is a subsidy of 80% of eligible expenses. The 20% co-financing will be provided by the CLUB-ER, its members and its partners.
The project activities are composed of:
-Training (regional, interregional, online, study trips),
-Thematic publications, and
-Technical assistance to the executive secretariat.
This capacity building program will be centered around 5 themes which will be determined by mutual agreement between the members of the CLUB-ER. A survey will be submitted to you within a few days to define these.
A detailed presentation of the program on Microsoft Teams® will be offered to you on November 19, 2020 from:
-07:30 AM to 09:00 AM GMT for East Africa and Indian Ocean (from 10:30 in EAT and 09h30 in SAST)
-10:00 AM to 11:30 AM GMT for West Africa
-01:00 PM to 02:30 PM GMT for Central Africa (from 02 PM in CAT)
An invitation will be sent to you by the end of the week.
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