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Since COP15 the Southern Voices on Climate Change has been supporting around 20 climate policy networks in Africa, Asia and Latin America in their efforts to advocate for climate policies that benefit poor and vulnerable people. 
In the two initial phases, the project was supported through DANIDA and implemented through the Climate Capacity Consortium comprising of The Danish 92 Group, CARE Danmark, DanChurchAid, IBIS, Sustainable Energy, CAN International and IIED.
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Previous phases of the Southern Voices programme:

2011-2014: Southern Voices Capacity Building programme
Consolidating the civil society moblisation around COP15 by support to some 20 climate policy networks – national, regional and thematic. Capacity building for advocacy on climate policies at national, regional and international levels – thematic focus on adaptation, REDD+ and forests, as well as sustainable energy. CARE Denmark was the lead agency.
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2008-10: A stronger Southern Voices in the Climate Negotiations

Focus on engaging Southern civil society organisations in the international climate negotatiations up to COP15 and beyond, through capacity-building, awareness raising, and participation in the UNFCCC process. The Danish 92 Group was the lead agency.

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