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Buildig Stroner Capacities to link  Spatial Planning to Agribusiness and Public Policy Development un Greater Western Kenya (SPADE)

SPADE PROJECT: With this project the School of Planning and Architecture at MU-SPA aims to become a key player in spatial planning in Great Western Kenya delivering high quality education, training and trans-disciplinary research and support county governments and stakeholders in the use of modern technologies and methodologies for spatial planning.

Capacity development of MU-SPA in collaboration with the key stakeholders in spatial planning, agri-business and is the essence of this project’s strategy. 

The Project has two cross-cutting themes which shall be integrated in all the activities:
• Gender mainstreaming
• Labour Market


TEAM MEMBERS
Maseno University, School of Planning and Architecture (MSU-SPA) 
MSU is the requesting organization for the project

VrijeUniversiteit Amsterdam, Centre for International Cooperation (CIS-VU)
www.vu.nl/en/about-vu- amsterdam/faculties-and-institutes/cis-vu/index.aspx)

VU is the Lead Organization for the Consortium and – like all PhD granting universities in the Netherlands – a leading European and global research university. The CIS-VU has been the University’s focal point for international cooperation with partners in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

Moi University, Kenya (MU)
(www.mu.ac.ke/)
MU is the second public university in Kenya having been established in 1984 by an Act of Parliament (CAP 201 A).

Dutch Alliance for Sustainable Urban Development in Africa (DASUDA)
(www.dasuda.nl)

DASUDAis a foundation working in a collaborative network of experts in various fields related to urban planning, design and development

Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO;
(http://english.rvo.nl)

RVO is an executive agency of the Ministry of Economic Affairs RVO implements policy to strengthen the Dutch economy and in making society more sustainable.


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