Business and Finance
The EU Pandora Box
PANDOR (Potential Applicant Data On-Line Registration) is now the gateway to over € 3 Billion in grant money distributed among almost 50 African,
The European Commission is currently changing its administrative methods to enable organisations in the private sector using funding support to participate in project development and trade in most developing countries of the world. An EU-Africa dialogue has reviewed the European Development Fund for that continent. Private contractors can now have better access to grant aid for their projects in sub Saharan Africa.
The programme has a number of themes including peace and security, human rights, trade and development, fighting poverty, energy development, migration and employment, science, the information society with space technology and climate change including the Great Green Wall of the Sahara project. In all these endeavours the EU wants to enrol the help of the private sector to help, with what is the largest aid programme in history.
The ACP action plan for 2011 to 2013 is developing increased cooperation between private corporations in both Europe and
PADOR is therefore, an on-line system concerned with recording the identity, definition and profile of your company for the purpose of applying for grant aid. On completion of the registration you will receive an ID number used to define the capability and experience that your organisation can contribute to African or
Your organisation’s data needs to be submitted with details of the experience of Directors and staff along with financial information and corporate strategy. Any partnerships that you already have, or wish to form on a sartorial or global basis could be important to you. Indeed the Commission may even suggest a partnership to make a bid for a particular project. Applications for funding will be judged in part on the details and profile that your organisation has entered into PADOR. Omitting an aspect of your company’s skills, experience or qualifications may well cause you to be overlooked for an attractive project, so complete your registration with care and keep it updated.
Registering your organisations resources, capabilities and plans in the ACP programme constitutes a vital commercial advantage when trading in sub Saharan Africa or the
The Foreign Direct Investment EEIG
The Foreign Press Association
European Economic Interest Group number GE203 was registered on 26th February 2004 at Company’s House in
http://europa_eu/legislation_summaries/internal_market/business/company_law/l26015_en.htm The Foreign Direct Investment EEIG is a non profit based group registered for the purpose of assisting organisations with best practice in FDI using support from various international grant funding sources.