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WYG wins £1.25M joint South African and European Union project

Consultant White Young Green (WYG) has won a €1.5m (£1.25M) contract in South Africa to facilitate an SA-EU policy dialogue programme funded by the European Union.

The 26 month programme aims to help create a broader and deeper level of cooperation between the European Union and South Africa in the policy areas of mutual interest.

This includes technology, climate change, employment, migration, education, culture, health, trade and customs, energy, combating crime and sport and recreation.

This programme represents an opportunity to support the strengthening of relations between the EU and South Africa and a fund is available to bring together the EU and South African governmental organisations to discuss policy issues of mutual interest and benefit.

“This programme is the first of many which will be established between the EU and African states over the coming years to improve policy development, dialogue and implementation,” said WYG’s international director Keith Cook.

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