PECE members are UK-based but work in partnership with EECCA partner organisations to deliver projects in the region.
The public sector acts as a catalyst for the initiation of new projects and support delivery through its international presence and direct experience of implementation. Public sector members include Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), Environment Agency and National School of Government.
PECE can help the private sector engage with the communities in which they work or plan to work and help to create healthy and sustainable conditions in which they can continue to operate successfully. Private sector members include Shell, Scott Wilson and Golder Associates.
Civil society brings expert knowledge and practical experience of project design and implementation within this region. Civil society members include Royal Society for Protection of Birds, Groundwork UK and Living Earth Foundation.
PECE members can offer a diverse set of experience, skills, resources and expertise, including:
- Technical expertise in a range of areas including water, biodiversity and energy
- Expertise in Education for Sustainable Development
- In-depth knowledge of partnership working between UK and EECCA
- Expertise in local stakeholder engagement
- Research and scientific skills
- Capacity building skills (municipal, community and central government)
- Access to wider networks and sources of information
- Experience of developing multi sector partnerships
EECCA organisations from the private sector, public sector and civil society are invited to register their interest in being PECE project partners and submit ideas for PECE projects - please see “Get involved” section for more information.
You can view our Directories which include contacts and areas of interest at PECE Members and EECCA Partners pages. We are working on developing an interactive database of all PECE members. This will be accessible for PECE affiliates from August 2008.