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Public consultations

Below are the dates for planned Programme Committee meetings and associated consultations.

Click on a public consultation period for access to the documents and the consultation response forms. Links are active from the beginning of the consultation period and onwards.

  • Public consultations 30 November - 13 December 2018
    18.12.2018

    Danida Business Finance: Wakiso West Water Supply and Sanitation project, Uganda | Department for Growth and Employment
    Danida Business Finance: Thika and Githunguri Water and Sanitation Improvement Project, Kenya | Department for Growth and Employment
    Support for the European Fund for Sustainable Development | Department for Growth and Employment
    IRENA SIDS Ligthouses Initiative | Department for Multilateral Cooperation and Climate Change

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IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO UPLOAD YOUR RESPONSE, YOU CAN SEND IT TO: danidaconsultations@um.dk

 

In public consultations you can comment on Danida's concept notes. A concept note is a brief, preliminary description of a planned programme or strategy.

 

A concept note is written early in the preparation process and is intended to provide an initial outline with a view to inform a strategic discussion and gather inputs and recommendations for the further preparation of the programme or strategy.

After the consultations

 

The concept notes and received consultation responses are subsequently discussed by the Danida Programme Committee. The Danida Programme Committee is part of Danida’s internal quality assurance system. After each meeting, a summary of meeting conclusions will be published here on the website. The summary will reflect how the consultation responses are expected to inform the further preparation of a given programme or strategy.