Environmental Incentives has been awarded the five-year Sharing Environment & Energy Knowledge (SEEK) project led by Training Resources Group, Inc. (TRG). SEEK will be implemented for USAID through a partnership between TRG, Environmental Incentives, and Forum One.
SEEK will support the important work of four USAID offices: Energy and Infrastructure, Forestry and Biodiversity, Global Climate Change, and Water within the Bureau for Economic Growth, Education, and Environment. Under SEEK, we will work to enhance client offices’ staff knowledge and skills, support knowledge management, enhance communication and outreach, and strengthen organizational capacity.
“Environmental Incentives is delighted to join TRG and Forum One in helping USAID to deliver more impactful, knowledge-driven development programming. SEEK provides a wonderful opportunity for our team to help the Agency meet its commitment to collaboration and learning to increase effectiveness,” said Liz Lauck, lead for EI’s International Practice.
Environmental Incentives, TRG, and Forum One form a team with a proven track record in implementing high-quality international development and learning projects; with experience supporting government agencies, development partners, and nonprofits to unlock new opportunities to improve outcomes for both people and nature.