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As we close the books for 2014 we conclude that it has once again been a year of transformation. Worldwide events have re-written the agenda, we see trends moving towards more of concern for inter-government relations and the role of local governments as part of decentralisation oriented support. And as a company we have grown in confidence in what we are doing and how we are doing it – and the importance of it. Our Annual Results capture some of what we have seen, experienced and achieved during 2014.
We have experience from projects in more than 30 countries and know-how of how to adapt our approaches to different local conditions. Browse through our project database in order to see how we apply our methods and tools.
Our core areas of expertise
Our core business areas have evolved through a combination of Swedish good practice and the needs of our clients. Good and accountable local governance as well as the provision of a favorable environment for local and regional democracy are goals within all of our projects.
PROCUREMENT OF SYMBIOCITY APPROACH SECRETARIAT ADVISORS
Preparing for post conflict interventions in Colombia Based on a request from the Swedish Embassy, SKL International is conducting a pre-study to assess the conditions and perquisites for Swedish support in three focus areas all relating to local governance and decentralisation – civic participation, performance indicators with open comparisons and intergovernmental financing. Local governments are […]
During 28th September – 7th October, SKL International carried out a pre-study on decentralization and local governance in Zimbabwe, on behalf of Sida and the Swedish Embassy in Harare. As well as meetings with the Ministry of Local Government, Urban and Rural Development in Harare, the team also met the Zimbabwe Local Government Association (ZILGA)
KENYA SYMBIOCITY IS SEEKING TO ENGAGE FOUR SYMBIOCITY FACILITATORS
On the 5th of October, Sida organised a seminar on Swedish MENA development cooperation, with special focus on experiences from implementation of the Iraq program. Two organisations were selected to share their experiences with the approximately 100 attendees – Kvinna till Kvinna and SKL International.