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- Innovation Challenge OPEN to applications: In collaboration with UpLink, the World Economic Forum’s platform for crowdsourcing solutions that address the Sustainable Development Goals, the Indonesia NPAP has launched the “Informal Plastic Collection Innovation in Indonesia” Challenge, which calls for innovative solutions to improve the integration of the informal sector in Indonesia’s waste management economy. Applications are open until 2 May.
- Welcome to Annika Green: We are pleased to welcome Annika Green to the GPAP Secretariat as Country Platforms Specialist. Annika brings a diverse background in topics related to public health and environmental sustainability, and has managed projects in the area of climate change and building climate resilient health systems. In this role, Annika will work closely with colleagues in the NPAP secretariats in Indonesia, Ghana and Viet Nam, launch the upcoming partnership with Nigeria, and engage future NPAP countries.
- Join our growing team in Ghana: We are actively hiring for an Engagement Lead and Communications Specialist to join the Ghana National Plastic Action Partnership, hosted at Impact Hub Accra. Please help share this LinkedIn post with your networks.
Events on the Horizon
22 April | Virtual Meeting
Country Spotlight: Ghana
Hosted by GPAP and the Ghana NPAP
26 April | Virtual Meeting
Ghana Country Strategy Dialogue
Hosted by the World Economic Forum; GPAP to participate
Q2 2021 | Virtual Meeting
Meeting of the GPAP Governing Council
Hosted by GPAP
17-20 August | Conference
Special Annual Meeting 2021 in Singapore
Hosted by the World Economic Forum
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