Programme Coordinator

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Willem Fourie, Associate Professor in Social Ethics at the University of Pretoria and Development Advisor to the African Union’s NEPAD Agency, coordinates this initiative. He is a member of the Africa Working Group on Development Effectiveness, and was a member of the AU-NEPAD delegation at the Second High-Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation in 2016.

Willem is an ethicist trained in the field of theology, and he engages in multidisciplinary research, focusing on the social requirements of sustainable and  inclusive development. It covers a range of disciplines, including ethicstheologydevelopment studies and leadership studies.

He can be contacted by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

 

Advisors

Advisors to the South African Sustainable Development Knowledge Hub provide strategic input, particularly with regard to its usability and relevance. The following representatives from the South African government, development partners, academia and multilateral organisations act as advisors:

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Osten Chulu, Senior Economist: UNDP South Africa

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Harsha Dayal, Director of Research: Department of Planning Monitoring and Evaluation, Presidency of South Africa

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Derick de Jongh, Associate Professor and Director: Albert Luthuli Centre for Responsible Leadership, University of Pretoria

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Theresa Herscowitz, Regional Organisational Learning Advisor: USAID Southern Africa

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Leti Kleyn, Manager: Open Scholarship, Department of Library Services, University of Pretoria

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Fatou Leigh, Senior Economist: UNDP South Africa

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Florence Nazare, Head: Capacity Development, NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency

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Volker Oel, Head of Cooperation: German Embassy, Pretoria

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Bernard Slippers, Professor of Genetics and Interim Director: Future Africa, University of Pretoria

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