These projects are exemplary in how they were designed and implemented.
The WISATA programme, funded by the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), originally started in 2009 covering the island of Flores. Due to the success of the first phase, it was decided that a second phase of the programme should start in June 2014, covering three additional destinations.
Un espace de formation professionnelle agricole et de production qui valorise les différentes potentialités agro-écologiques spécifiques au terroir dans lequel il est implanté. Les principes de base de l’agro-écologie sont le fondement de l’enseignement théorique et pratique dispensé sur le site.
Following a sector based approach, the Energy Efficient Clay Brick (EECB) project ensures environmental sustainability by seeking economic solutions to increased energy efficiency and lower greenhouse gas emissions in the South African clay brick sector. Over the last 4 years EECB has supported South Africa’s Clay Brick Sector to reduce CO2 emissions by 15%.