Before making a decision to invest in LED, surely we need information proving that it works. From the perspective of a Mayor, Governor or indeed any institution investing financial resources into LED, one would need to know that:
posted by: wadiehobson13.06.2011
While I of course believe that LED has a lot to offer developing countries in general and African countries in particular. I don't, however, share the enthusiasm of some practitioners and donors that LED could be implemented pretty much everywhere.
posted by: lexlindeman21.02.2011
It's time the world listened to new stories out of Africa. Good news are there for all to see! The Economist revealed last month that six of the 10 most rapidly expanding economies over the past decade were in sub-Saharan Africa.
posted by: ledna-team11.02.2011
From 16 to 28 January 2011, the LEDNA Coordinator was on a mission to Togo and Benin - two countries which alongside Botswana, Mali, Zambia constitute the LEDNA five countries of concentration for the period 2010-2014. The mission aimed at launching the implementation of the 2010-2011 work plan regarding field activities in these two countries.
posted by: Gwen-Swinburn31.01.2011
Friends - Just to let you know our summer school application deadline is in two weeks, so if you are thinking of applying or know someone who may benefit, take action now- it is an online application and we do need a small effort in the process. The course participants need funding for travel and accommodation and the remainder is funded by the OPen Society.
posted by: Gwen-Swinburn04.01.2011
LEDNA friends, there is a really good opportunity for public sector, dooor, academics and practitioners to attend a two week summer school on inclusive local economic development.The closing date is 15th February, and there will be heavy demand because of the combination of the top faculty, reasonable fees and excellent varied learning environment and curriculum.
posted by: ledna-team30.11.2010
LEDNA participated at an international meeting on "Exploring a new global partnership for least developed countries"
LEDNA Coordinator, Mr Francois Yatta, participated from 24 to 26 November 2010 in Dhaka in Bangladesh, to an international meeting "Exploring a new global partnership for least developed countries (LDCs) in the context of the Fourth UN Conference on LDCs" Organized by the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) in association with the Centre for Development of the OECD.
posted by: ledna-team29.11.2010
On the occasion of the World Congress of the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), held in Mexico City (Mexico) from 15 to 20 November 2010, the President of the Steering Committee of LEDNA, Mr. Fathallah Oualalou, organised a briefing on the activities of LEDNA.
posted by: ledna-team24.11.2010
More than 2000 local and regional leaders from around the world gathered in Mexico City on the occasion of the 3rd World Congress of Cities and Local Governments from 17 to 20 November 2010. The Congress adopted:
• 13 Recommendations
posted by: ledna-team01.11.2010
LEDNA participates in the planning workshop of the future 2012- 2014 GTZ support program to AMCOD and UCLGA
LEDNA Coordinator, Francois Yatta, was in Yaoundé from 29 September to 4 October 2010 to attend the planning workshop of the future 2012- 2014 GTZ support programme to AMCOD and UCLGA.