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Baastel works with many public and private partners, universities and research centers, both in developing countries, in Europe and North America. In Canada and the Americas, Baastel maintains close links with research, consulting and civil society organisations to respond to the specific needs of such regions like the Caribbean or the Andes. In Europe, Baastel works with major universities and research institutions on different climate change related areas: climatology, agriculture, energy efficiency and renewable energies, climate change adaptation, among others (University of Aberdeen, University of Oxford, Alterra Wageningen, Stockholm Environment Institute, ICTP, Meteo-France, etc.). In Africa and Asia, Baastel has an excellent relationship with various organisations and many local partners it can count on (Agrhymet, ACMAD, University of Pretoria, KNUST Ghana, ICPAC, etc.). Here is a selection of Baastel's key partners around the world :
Euronet Consulting is a pan-European group of established Consultancies, each with its principal office in an EU member state. The network was established in Brussels primarily with the intention of making the services of its member companies available to the European Commission. This has involved, inter alia, the management of several Framework Contracts designed to supplement the Commission´s own staff resources by organising short term missions to identify, prepare, monitor and evaluate projects in a wide variety of professional fields.
ACT-for-Performance was founded in January of 2014 by a group of leading international experts who joined forces to operate differently by working with country systems, applying unique and customized solutions, and accompanying clients in their transformation process while strengthening their capacity. The firm provides high level expertise through consulting and coaching services and specific training in the areas of governance, management and accountability at the policy, organizational and project level. The core competences of ACT-for-Performance comprise economic planning, public sector reforms, public finance management, procurement, rural development, environment, and leadership and change management. ACT-for-Performance’s success is measured by sustainable impacts when clients are able to put in place relevant policies and strategies; design, implement and manage programs and projects; and be transparent and accountable. The firm applies four key operational principles: (i) a client led and participatory approach; (ii) working from the perspective of learning organizations; (iii) forming strategic alliances and partnerships to deliver the best services; and (iv) developing smart solutions. ACT-for-Performance is rapidly building an international network of institutional partners and associated experts and has established offices in Canada, The Netherlands, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Senegal.
Kartini provides diverse services related to international and community development, with a focus on gender equality, adult education and small-business development. It uses a blend of non-profit and private sector approaches and its team members represent the diverse communities it serves. Kartini is partnership with Baastel for a Framework Agreement in gender and development with the Swedish International Development Agency.
Baastel works in consortium for the project "Development of activities to reduce vulnerability to climate change with the inclusion of adaptation criteria in the planning process in Latin America and the Caribbean", financed by the IDB. Its partners are the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Libelula, Fundación e Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, and the Global Climate Adaptation Partnership (GCAP).
Baastel works in consortium for the project SmartSoil (Sustainable management of agricultural soils in Europe for enhancing food and feed production and contributing to climate change mitigation) under the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission. Its partners are Aarhus University (AU), University of Aberdeen, University of Copenhagen, Alterra, University of Florence, the Ecologic Institute, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Scottish Agricultural College, Countryside and Community Research Institute, Szkola Glowna Gospodarstwa Wiejsiego (SGGW), Research Institute for Agricultural Economics (AKI).
Alerting Solutions, Inc. (ASI) is a global leader in public warning and notification systems for government, industry, campuses and malls. Alerting Solutions’ mission is to assist emergency response professionals with state-of-the-art alerting and notification systems & products, consulting, design services, supply, installation and support to ensure that the public in their jurisdiction are alerted to take shelter from the consequences of natural or man-made disasters. Located in California, ASI is proud to help their customers in their mission to protect lives and property from natural and manmade disasters, terrorism, and other hazards.
Sustainability Managers, a consultancy company based in Jamaica, is a multi-disciplinary team of professionals that offers a range of services to public and private sector entities as well as international and regional organisations. The principals of Sustainability Managers have over 28 years collective experience in providing high quality, first-class deliverables and project outputs. The company has extensive experience in environmental education and communication, public consultation, capacity development, communications, research, policy development, energy management, environmental management and others.
Directed by Ms. Vasantha Chase, Chase Consulting, Inc. is specialized in strategic planning, and possesses extensive experience in leadership and strategic management in the Caribbean. With their office in Ste-Lucia, they work on diversified aspects relating to sustainable development of small island developing States, integrated development planning, international procurement; donor procedures, and have recently conducted mandates on behalf of, among others, the World Bank and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS).
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