Garama 3C Ltd was established in 2012 to provide consultancy and training services to clients who need to consider the implications of climate change in their planning and operations. We work with governments (both donor and recipient), multilateral organisations, research bodies, NGOs and the private sector. We run regular adaptation training courses in Norwich, UK, where we are based, and bespoke training courses for individual clients. Participants on our regular courses have included staff from government agencies (within and outside the UK), international organisations and private firms, and individual consultants. We have designed and delivered bespoke training courses for governments in the Global South, multilateral development banks, and the private sector in the UK and elsewhere in the EU. Garama personnel have been regular contributors to other training courses and events run by the University of East Anglia and the International Institute for Environment and Development.
Our training courses focused on adaptation to climate change, the mainstreaming of climate change adaptation into development planning, and the monitoring and evaluation of adaptation effectiveness. We have run regular training courses on these topics at our office in Norwich, UK since 2013, and more recently at the University of East Anglia.
If you are interested in any of our courses, or in tailored training services in any area of climate change, please contact us using the form on our contact page.
The image above is of the Wadi al-Ajal in southern Libya, from the ruins of ancient Garama, from which we take our name. Garama was the capital of the Garamantian Tribal Confederation, the Sahara’s first indigenous urban civilisation, which emerged through a process of adaptation to severe climatic and environmental change as the Sahara dried out.