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12 Dec 2017
    The Civil Society Environment Fund, Phase 2 (CSEF2) is a capacity building and environmental grant fund managed by PMTC Ltd and Ecorys on behalf of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland. The Fund is supporting civil society organisations (CSO’s) in the Environment and Natural Resource sector, with a special focus on CSO capacity building, networking and coordination. To date, CSEF2 has:    
11 Dec 2017
Ecorys, together with ISI-Fraunhofer, Panteia and PwC, are is preparing a study on the impacts of increasing female employment in transport for the European Commission. The aim of the study is to highlight the, usually unconsidered positive impacts of a more diverse working environment to transport sector companies.  
11 Dec 2017
In cooperation with Royal HaskoningDHV, Ecorys is assigned by the European Commission to support the process of transforming the Port of Baku (PoB) into an international logistics and trade centre. The consultancy team will focus on two steps: assisting the PoB to enhance its operational functions, and strengthening Free Trade Zone related functions of the PoB to facilitate and promote cross-border and international trade.  The technical assistance project will deliver the following results:
07 Dec 2017
On Wednesday, 22 November 2017, a meeting took place at the Ministry of Finance concerning the findings, conclusions and recommendations of the mid-term evaluation of the Public Financial Management-Multi Donor Trust Fund Phase II (PFM-MDTF II) in Jakarta, Indonesia.   
05 Dec 2017
A Social Return on Investment (SROI) study conducted by Ecorys has found that the impact of water companies’ trust and assistance schemes on vulnerable customers was “clearly substantial”. The study estimated that, for every £1 invested into the schemes, £3.06 of benefits was generated. If debt written off following bankruptcy or Debt Relief Orders (DROs) proceedings was included, benefits rise to £3.67 for every £1 invested.
04 Dec 2017
  Ecorys and Ramboll supported the European Commission in developing the methodology for the selection of Projects of Common Interest (PCI) in the thematic area of carbon dioxide (CO2) transport infrastructure. In a follow-up project, the consortium evaluated candidate projects striving for PCI status.