There is a compelling case for the presence and sustainability of the Centre as it charts and establishes its presence in the region and its benefits begin to positively impact the people of the region. The Centre’s work is central to the region’s future energy sustainability needs and so, a plan to secure the financial resources that assures that sustainability is required. Additionally, the funding environment is becoming complex with the advent of the current global pandemic, resulting in economic downturn and related financial crisis globally.
The CCREEE is perhaps the only regional organisation which was established independent of financial support of the regional governments and so its long-term viability is dependent on a clearly articulated financing and resource mobilisation plan.
As such, the CCREEE is requesting proposals for the development of resource mobilisation strategy and action plan.
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