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Kulima participating in new project “Bridging national strategy on sustainable development of water-energy-food systems to local scale needs in Malawi”

Kulima is proud to announce that we are part of a new project "Bridging national strategy on sustainable development of water-energy-food systems to local scale needs in Malawi" that has been funded by the GCRF Collective Programme 'Clusters’ Call to take place from June 2020-May 2021. The project is led by the University of Southampton with LEAD SEAFANRPAN, the Universities of Leeds and Manchester and Kulima Integrated Development Solutions, builds on three existing GCRF GROW projects – BRECcIA, AFRICAP, FutureDams – with the aim of enhancing equity of rural people’s key participatory roles in shaping and making policy work in order to bridge the gap between national scale priorities/strategies and gender-sensitive local scale needs, including environmental sustainability.

SEED launches report of its South Africa symposium with inputs from Kulima

SEEDSymposium-KeyVisual_The SEED Initiative – Supporting Entrepreneurs for Sustainable Development – has launched the report of its 2014 South Africa Symposium, which was rapporteured by Kulima. The symposium took place in Pretoria in March 2014 and had the theme "Advancing the Green Economy: creating jobs and opportunities for innovative green enterprises". The conference addressed success factors of the growth of social and environmental entrepreneurship and also provided a discussion space for 6 priority areas for supporting the growth of social and environmental enterprises in South Africa: namely access to finance, capacity building, legal  issues, market information and access, the regulatory environment, and technology and innovation. A short video is also available which covers some of the solutions.