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On 14 November 2018 sequa hosted the KVP/BBP-Workshop 2018 at the Gustav-Stresemann-Institute in Bonn. About a hundred project managers and long-term experts of the German partner organizations that implement BMO partnership projects and VET partnership projects together with sequa participated in the networking event.

The workshop was facilitated by a professional moderator, Ms. Beate Heimberger.

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Since October 2018, the Berufliche Fortbildungszentren der Bayerischen Wirtschaft (bfz) gGmbH and five partner associations from the East African Community (here Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda) have been cooperating in a partnership project. The project aims at improving the framework conditions for small and medium-sized enterprises in the renewable energy sector.

Therefore, the five associations (Burundi Renewable Energy Association, Kenya Renewable Energy Association, Energy Private Developers, Tanzania Renewable Energy Association and Uganda National Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Association) will be strengthened in their structures in order to be able to competently represent the interests of their members and support the national and regional transfer of know-how in the sector.

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Since December 2018, the German Biogas Association (FvB) and the Indian Biogas Association (IBA) have been working together in the second phase of a chamber and association partnership project. The overall objective of the project concentrates on improving the institutional framework and the use of biogas in India.

To this end, the IBA shall be strengthened as a sustainably functioning and effectively working member organisation.

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Since November 2018 the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) Reutlingen and the Mandalay Region Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MRCCI) have been working together in a second project phase within the framework of the Chamber and Association Partnership Programme.

The overall objective of the project is to ensure that improved economic conditions contribute to strong growth and employment development in the Mandalay region. The concrete project objective is to enable the MRCCI to support its members and other companies in the region by effectively representing their interests and providing sustainable services.

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Would you like to train employees with your company and promote employment in a developing country? We support you.

From  November 15th to December 31th, 2018, entrepreneurs can take part in the idea competition and submit their project ideas for a development partnership with sequa: :

Train employees, improve job opportunities: The IT company Competa is leading the way and trained software developers in Kenya together with sequa. Today, 80 of the total of 90 trainees work as independent programmers or for local IT companies.

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