In this master class, Sumetee Gajjar, shared adaptation research and practice from 4 Southern Cities (Durban and Cape Town in South Africa, Dar es Salaam in Zanzibar and Mexico City) using a city systems framework. Learners were encouraged to extend this framework to Bangalore and reflect upon the merits and challenges of applying such a frame to motivate climate adaptation in Indian cities.
How did I start? It was early 2013, when I have shifted to Bengaluru for few months just for a change and also to work on my management study program. […]
Why Africa? There are many reasons to know more about Africa. My relation with African continent started in 2008, when I have volunteered for an online project on South Africa […]
History I have joined AYM (African Youth Movement) in the later half of 2013. I wanted to contribute in the development of African region, especially youth in certain countries which […]
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Project duration: August 2008- September 2008 Description: The International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG), Brazil is a global forum for policy dialogue between developing and emerging countries around innovations for inclusive growth. Through the UN Volunteers website(onlinevolunteering.org), 6 volunteers from 6 different nations (India, South Africa, Netherlands, Kenya, Argentina, USA) have been selected to work on the short duration project, ‘Research Contacts in SOUTH AFRICA: Research Centers’ I planned the distribution of work among the entire team, laid out an effective time bound plan and co-ordinate with team mates in different time zones in final report preparation. Visit >> UNV Online Volunteering Service >> United Nations Development Programme View the certificate of […]