The project outputs include
Output 1: In-country consultation and country capacity needs assessment conducted.
Output 2: Operational support to address issues or deficiencies identified in the country capacity needs assessment for each participating developing member country provided.
Output 3: Regional high-level policy dialogue to raise awareness conducted and commitment to implement identified measures obtained.
Output 4: Skills development through training workshops, conferences, and seminars conducted in-country and regionally; and relevant manuals, handbooks and/or e-learning modules produced.
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