OneWorld is an African-based sustainable development consulting organisation focused on adaptive development within the context of a changing climate and resource constraints. We work at a science-policy-development interface with a view to building resilience to the challenge of climate change. As the region continues to develop, we constantly seek ways of supporting in-country and inter-regional objectives whilst accelerating the pace of change.
Establish the EVIDENCE for change
Translate into POLICIES, STRATEGIES & ACTION PLANS
Implement through CAPACITY BUILDING & KNOWLEDGE SHARING
OneWorld has developed skill and experience in translating the overwhelming evidence base of climate change and impact into realistic policy and institutional arrangements across four areas of expertise:
Rooted in local situations and needs, OneWorld’s work is informed by, and intended for, the African development context
OneWorld is adept at managing critical relationships with key stakeholders that provide nuanced insight into local challenges and solutions
OneWorld offers thought leadership that builds capacity for informed decision making, operating as a catalyst for change
OneWorld translates complex technical and scientific issues into accessible information and applicable knowledge
The Danish Embassy South Africa, contracted OneWorld to assist with completing all programme documentation, the Inception Report and the financial arrangements with the Government of RSA for the DANIDA funded Renewable Energy Programme between Denmark and South Africa as required by Danida guidelines.
"During the six month period, I found OneWorld to be a professional partner providing guidelines and solutions to the benefit of all partners concerned."
Our clients and partners include multilateral institutions such as the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the African Group of Negotiators (AGN); donor and multilateral organisations such as the EU, UKAID, USAID, UNDP, DFID, GIZ, CDKN and SIDA; national governments; global and regional network partners (such as the Global Water Partnership (GWP)) and other organizations in the private and nongovernmental sectors.