Savannah Centre for Diplomacy, Democracy and Development is based in Abuja, Nigeria. We are a construction and engineering company and operate in Africa in the Scientific research and development sector.
Trading as Rebecca Jaynes is based in Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala. We are an educational organisation, a media company and a professional services business and operate in Armed Forces Europe, Middle East, & Canada (United States), Asia/Pacific Region, and Europe in the Scientific research and development sector...
ARPEDAC's aims to eradicate poverty and improve the quality of life by building capacity and raising awareness on energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies and supporting the use of efficient, sustainable, safe and affordable energy technologies and services which are appropriate to meet the needs of communities and environment of today and the future. Our organisations play a leading role in consolidating practical partnership in Central Africa between academic, government and industry to bring about sustainable future and develop effective clean solutions for the sake of ourselves and our planet. Our philosophy is crafted in light of the need for corporate governance and responsibility. We aim to put energy at the centre of development, without which, the millennium development goals can be met. Our is based on the fact that the ability of people in Africa to build their economies, to educate their children, to build hospitals, to reduce poverty and improve their quality of life, to run their businesses, all depends on energy.
Trading as Luke Godfrey is based in Plymouth, United Kingdom. We are an agent and an aid organisation and operate in California (United States) and Plymouth (United Kingdom) in the Scientific research and development sector.
The scale of the SKA represents a huge leap forward in both engineering and research & development towards building and delivering a radio telescope, and will deliver a correspondingly transformational increase in science capability when operational. Read more at www.ska.ac.za
The Limpopo LED Resource Centre (LLEDRC) is a non-profit association incorporated under Section 21 of the Companies Act and formally registered with the CIPC (formerly CIPRO). Its board of directors reflects the basic stakeholder alliance behind the LLEDRC, andconsists of senior officials and representatives in Limpopo Province from government, the university and the South African Local Government Association (SALGA). The work of the LLEDRC is carried out through four interlinkedsupporting units, each headed by an experienced adviser in his or her particular field, and in the overall area of developing local economies. The four units are: • Training and capacity building • Policy and research • Knowledge and information • Project development and implementation The Resource Centre therefore undertakes and disseminates evidence-based policymaking research on pro-poor local economic growth, and manages and implementsnational and donor-funded programmes dealing with many aspects of pro-poor local economic development of a mainly rural nature. At the same time, it trains and capacitates office bearers, councillors and officials, in government, municipal structures, co-operatives and community property institutions to enable them better to develop their loca economies. The main object of the centre is to provide research and support, capacity building and publications on and for local economicdevelopment, through: • Providing research and support for policy initiatives in Limpopo Province that enhance and develop the policies of national and provincial government in the local and municipal sphere • Providing the provincial government and municipalities of Limpopo Province with the capacity to provide institutional support for local economic development in their areas of responsibility, through developing the Resource Centre • Publishing research and documentation on the development of local economies and related questions, both in hard copy and electronic form. The intention is to be the publisher of a website on these issues that is at the centre of a network of bodies in the public, private and tertiary education sectors. The network should focus on the quality and content of LED modules and courses in the tertiary education sector, in a bid to introduce elements harmonising these and elevating their content within a context of best national and international practices.
Hyprotech CC is based in Pretoria, South Africa. We are a business services company and operate in in the Scientific Research and Development Sector. We also do Live Blood Analyses (microscopic and nutritional approach).
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