jueves, 4 de junio de 2015

Mid-Term Review of “Promotion of inclusive and sustainable growth in the Agricultural Sector: Fisheries and Livestock"

This spring we are going back to Asia, This time, one of our favorite countries: Cambodia. Our team will be analyzing on of the Donors most relevant Programs (26 Mill US) supporting the agriculture sector, while ensuring sustainable and equitable growth for the benefit of the entire rural population of Cambodia.

Our mission is to evaluate The Programme: "Promotion of inclusive and sustainable growth in the Agricultural Sector: Fisheries and Livestock, focusing on four of the five key program areas of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF): Improving fishermen productivity & diversifying agriculture sectors; Promoting local market access of agriculture products of poor households and enabling management of sustainable fishery resources. 

The Global Climate Change Alliance +

In April, OIKO LOGICA will be working in partnership with AECOM Europe in a new project to formulate a new Climate Change Program. The GCCA+ will foster policy dialogue with vulnerable countries and exchange of experiences in the context of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

The new GCCA+ will provide vulnerable countries in Africa, Asia, The Caribbean and Pacific, primarily Island States, technical and financial support to climate vulnerable developing countries and regions

The GCCA+ will concentrate on the integration of climate change and disaster risk reduction into development planning processes at different levels, including budgeting and monitoring systems.

We are proud to contribute to climate solutions in priority areas in the fields of community resilience to climate change, climate finance, adaptation and mitigation synergies, ecosystem-based adaptation, gender issues, urban development, climate-induced migration and more, as these topics become increasingly significant for development and policy agendas.


We are happy to start the year with an challenging new assignment in The Philippines. This is our first time in The Philippines.  

Our team will spend a month in Manila in Spring working with the Department of Budget and management from the Government of the Philippines to assist in the contribution to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and poverty reduction.

Our team will evaluate an EU contribution to reduce poverty through improved public finance management resulting in improved delivery of basic services by local governments.

The specific objective of the project is to enhance capacity of local governments to generate
revenue and to allocate and spend public funds more effectively and efficiently.