Capacity Building and Technology Update: Antigua and Barbuda Seeks Bids on Solar, AIT to Train on Adaptation Project Development
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The CTCN published an update on ongoing AIT training programme for stakeholders from Pakistan on developing bankable project proposals to access climate finance from the GCF.

The Government of Antigua and Barbuda issued a call for proposals for the design, supply and installation of a grid-interactive solar photovoltaic system for schools and clinics in Antigua.

The AIT is seeking applications for the Training Programme on Managing Project Preparation for Climate Change Adaptation.

8 August 2017: Recent developments related to capacity building and technology development and transfer include ongoing training for Pakistani stakeholders on accessing climate finance, Antigua and Barbuda’s call for bids on the development of a solar photovoltaic system for local infrastructure, and an announcement of Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) upcoming training on climate change adaptation project development.

The Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) published an update on ongoing AIT training programme for stakeholders from Pakistan on developing bankable project proposals to access climate finance from the Green Climate Fund (GCF). The CTCN is the implementation arm of the UNFCCC Technology Mechanism. It is hosted by UN Environment (UNEP) and the UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). AIT is a CTCN Consortium partner. [CTCN Update] [CTCN AIT Webpage] [AIT Website]

The Government of Antigua and Barbuda issued a call for proposals for the design, supply and installation of a grid-interactive solar photovoltaic system for schools and clinics in Antigua. [Bidding Document for Design, Supply and Installation] [CTCN Press Release]

The AIT is seeking applications for the Training Programme on Managing Project Preparation for Climate Change Adaptation, to be conducted in cooperation with the UN Development Programme (UNDP) in Bangkok, Thailand, from 11-15 September 2017. The training aims to enable participants to develop bankable climate change adaptation project proposals. [Training Programme Webpage] [Training Programme Concept Note] [Application Form] [Climate Adaptation Knowledge Exchange Press Release]

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