Publication - Progress report

Contribution to international development report: 2017-2018

Published: 3 Sep 2018
Directorate:
External Affairs Directorate
Part of:
International
ISBN:
9781787811294

First ever Contribution to International Development Report takes a holistic look at a wide cross-section of Scottish Government international development activity, and presents it within the context of the UN Global Goals.

Contribution to international development report: 2017-2018
Annex E - Other Scottish Government Funded Projects

Annex E - Other Scottish Government Funded Projects

#

Lead Organisation

Project

Project Aim

Country Partners

Financial Years

Total Awarded

Contribution to SDGs

2017-18 end year reports /publications/other-international-development-projects-2017-2018-reports/

Climate Justice Fund Malawi

1

University of Strathclyde

Water Futures Programme

To support the development of a programme of integrated water resource management in southern Malawi under the Climate Justice Fund.

Malawian Government

2016-17 -
2019-20

£5,644,194

Goal 1
Goal 3
Goal 4
Goal 5
Goal 6
Goal 9
Goal 10

2

Water Witness International

Malawi Water Stewardship Initiative

To contribute to climate resilience and water security in Malawi through applying and adapting the international water stewardship standard.

Water Witness Malawi, Action for Water, Just Trading Scotland, Alliance for Water Stewardship

2017-18 -
2018-19

£262,669

Goal 1
Goal 2
Goal 6
Goal 8
Goal 9
Goal 11
Goal 12
Goal 13

3

Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund

Climate Challenge Programme

To support a select group of rural communities to identify and implement their own solution for adapting to, and building resilience against the worst effects of climate change.

Implementing partners:
Eagles Relief; CADECOM Chikwawa; Centre for Integrated Community Development for Chikwawa; Church Action in Relief and Development; CADECOM Mangochi; Zomba Diocese Research and Development Department.

Advocacy partners:
National CADECOM; Civil Society Network on Climate Change; Coalition of Women Farmers.

Technical partners:
Lilongwe University of Natural resources; Community energy Malawi; Area 55.

2017-18 -
2020-21

£3,200,000

Goal 1
Goal 2
Goal 4
Goal 5
Goal 6
Goal 7
Goal 8
Goal 9
Goal 11
Goal 12
Goal 13

4

International Resource and Recycling Institute

Enhancing Stability for Rural Off-Grid Energy Kiosks

To support the restructuring of two community-based energy enterprises that were originally set up in 2012/13.

Renew'N'Able Malawi

2016-17 -
2017-18

£68,794

Goal 1
Goal 7
Goal 8
Goal 9
Goal 10
Goal 11
Goal 12
Goal 13
Goal 17

Education Scotland

1

Education Scotland

Development Education Centres Scotland

To give practical teacher support, professional development, innovative learning and teaching projects for Global Citizenship Education.

N/A

2017-18

£230,000 (from Learning Directorate)
£70,000 (from IDF)

Goal 1
Goal 8
Goal 10
Goal 12
Goal 16

2

Education Scotland

The Eco Schools Scotland Programme

To support Scottish schools in planning action on environmental issues.

N/A

2017-18

£150,000 (from Learning Directorate)

£150,000 (from Directorate for Energy and Climate Change)

Goal 6
Goal 7
Goal 12
Goal 13
Goal 14

International Relations

1

British Council

Pakistan Scottish Apprenticeship Programme

To promote apprenticeship training in Pakistan as a means of skills development by highlighting and creating awareness around the role of employers in successfully introducing and implementing apprenticeship programs across various industries in Pakistan.

National Vocational and Technical Training Commission. Pujab Technical Education and Vocation Training Authority, Skills Development Scotland

2017-18

£25,000

Goal 8
Goal 9

2

Social Enterprise Academy

Social Enterprise Academy Pakistan

To establish the Social Enterprise Academy in Pakistan and India, and develop materials and provide support to these social enterprises.

Social Enterprise Academy Pakistan

2017-19

£15,000

Goal 8
Goal 9

3

James Hutton Institute

Clean Water: from Scotland to Pakistan

To improve drinking water and sanitation in Pakistan by deploying water treatment systems based on Electro Chemical Activated Solutions under the banner of ESOL by Bridge Technologies.

ADVES Water, Institute of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, National University of Sciences and Technology

2017-2018

£20,000

Goal 3
Goal 6
Goal 15


Contact

Central Enquiries Unit: ceu@gov.scot