On 20th June, SEED organised a National Dialogue Forum to discuss ways to develop approaches and partnerships that capitalise on the success of eco-inclusive entreprises. Let’s find out more!
On 20th June, SEED organised a National Dialogue Forum to discuss ways to develop approaches and partnerships that capitalise on the success of eco-inclusive entreprises with the goal of increasing the sector’s size and impact both on a local level and globally. The theme of the dialogue was “Realising Green and Low-Carbon Economies with Eco-Inclusive Entreprises.”
The event is part of the implementation of “Financing and capacity building for micro and small climate-smart enterprises: Filling the gap of the missing middle”, a project supported by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety via the International Climate Initiative (ICI) and of “Promoting Eco-Entrepreneurship in Africa”, a SWITCH-Africa Green multi-country project in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, South Africa and Uganda.
We represented Bioafriq Energy in this forum to network with fellow participants. BioAfriq is part of the SAG-SEED program that is offering technical support and capacity building to the company and is also under the replicator program under SEED.