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Climate Technology Centre welcomes its 400th Network member: Amis de l'Afrique Francophone from Benin

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The Climate Technology Centre welcomed Amis de l'Afrique Francophone from Benin (AMAF-Benin) as its 400th Network member. This global network is comprised of technology experts from civil society, finance, the private sector and research institutions around the world. Over the past year, Network members were selected by CTCN to provide technical assistance at the request of countries, participated in CTCN Regional Forums, hosted CTCN technology webinars, and disseminated their research and case studies via CTCN’s Knowledge Platform.

“Through our Network, we bring together a diverse global community of climate technology decision makers, suppliers and financiers to identify barriers to technology transfer, exchange technology experience, and provide technical assistance and capacity building to developing countries”, says CTCN Director Jukka Uosukainen.

AMAF-Benin's mission is to help to address socio-economic and environmental problems in Benin, especially with regards to vulnerable people. AMAF-BENIN is involved in conservation of forest and wetlands, biodiversity and ecosystems.

How to join the Climate Technology Network: Complete the Network application and submit to ctcn@unep.org.

The CTCN  is  built  on  the  foundation  that  civil  society  and  the  private  sector   actively  partner  with  governments  to  facilitate enhanced action on technology development and transfer. The Climate Technology Centre reviews applications based on applicants’ experience in climate technology policy, capacity building, knowledge sharing and/or implementation. Network membership is free.

Approved Network Members are eligible to bid for CTCN technical assistance work which is provided at the request of developing countries.

 


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