gti_logo2.pngAPPLICATIO has been contracted by GIZ in China to plan and implement a workshop on Project Management (focus on tendering and development of offers) for the "The Greater Tumen Initiative (GTI)" in Beijing. The participants of the GTI Secretariat originate from China, Mongolia, Russia and Korea and will be enabled to make best use of tools and skill for the development of terms of reference and develop offers and applications for project.

The Greater Tumen Initiative (GTI) (originally known as the Tumen River Area Development Programme) is an intergovernmental cooperation mechanism among four countries: China, Mongolia, Republic of Korea and Russian Federation, supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

In 1995, GTI member governments signed agreements to establish this mechanism, aimed at strengthening economic and technical cooperation, and attaining greater growth and sustainable development in NEA and specially the Greater Tumen Region. In particular, the GTI focuses on the priority areas of transport, trade and investment, tourism, energy, with environment as a cross-cutting sector.

Committing to the vision of building a great partnership for common prosperity between neighbours, the GTI has become an effective platform for regional economic cooperation, expanding policy dialogue, improving business environments and contributing to peace and stability in NEA. In addition, the GTI works closely with important international partners to jointly promote the region, and hosts both the NEA EXIM Banks Association as a regional development financing mechanism, and the Local Cooperation Committee in support of cooperation initiatives among local governments in NEA.

APPLICATIO's tasks include:

  • Needs Assessment
  • Workshop Planning
  • Worksop implementation for up to 12 participants in Beijing 
  • Reporting

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