September 2018: CowaterSogema International, together with the Government of the Bahamas, launches a new initiative to strengthen public financial management

Funded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), CowaterSogema International and its partner, Ecorys UK, will shortly launch a project to support the Government of the Commonweatlh of the Bahamas (GoBH) in the modernization of its financial management systems. The project will reform the public financial management (PFM) and human resources …

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July 2018: CowaterSogema named one of four organizations to partner with Global Affairs Canada to increase economic opportunities for Palestinians, especially women and youth.

CowaterSogema was recently featured in an article on The Globe and Mail. CowaterSogema has been chosen as one of the four organizations to partner with Global Affairs Canada to increase economic opportunities for Palestinians, especially women and youth.   Read the full article here: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/amp/politics/article-canada-pledges-50-million-for-vulnerable-palestinians/?__twitter_impression=true   *(Photo credit: MAHMUD HAMS/GETTY IMAGES)

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July 2018: Launch of a Social Inclusion and Gender Policy in Lusaka

Following technical assistance from CowaterSogema provided to Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company and Lusaka City Council on social inclusion and gender mainstreaming, a Social Inclusion and Gender Mainstreaming Policies were launched by both institutions in May and June 2018 respectively. The approval and launch of the policy constitute a major …

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May 2018: CowaterSogema selected by the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative as the Validator for the 2018 EITI Validations

CowaterSogema is proud to announce it has been selected by the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative as the Validator for the 2018 EITI Validations. Adopted by 51 countries, EITI is the leading multi-stakeholder initiative for transparency and accountability in the extractives sector. Countries that participate in the Initiative commit to publishing …

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April 2018: Development of Mali’s Environment and Climate Finance Strategy

In Mali over 80% of the population relies on agriculture, livestock or fisheries, which are highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, including drought and desertification, increasing risks of food crises and insecurity. Cost-effective solutions and policy options for reducing these risks exist, but require financing, technical expertise, and …

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