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  1. Solar energy in Cambodia: lessons learnt from the SWITCH-Asia programme

    Almost 80% of Cambodians live in rural areas with limited access to clean and affordable energy. The EU promotes sustainable consumption patterns and changes behaviours by supporting micro, small and medium-sized companies (MSMEs) to switch to solar energy sources.
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    5 April 2022
  2. Gender equality in environmental programmes: Insights from the PEUMP in the Pacific

    The gender equality-environmental nexus appeared in the international debate more than two decades ago. Still, a lot needs to be done. The international community gathers to discuss how to achieve gender equality in the context of climate change policies and programmes. This article offers insights from one of the EU co-funded programmes mainstreaming gender across ocean and coastal fisheries management.
    4 0 1 212
    14 March 2022
  3. Team Europe - Working better together for effective development cooperation

    In 2011, the Busan Principles defined what makes good-quality, effective development cooperation worldwide. However, in the ten years since Busan ODA (Official Development Assistance), programmes have become more fragmented and less effective. The Team Europe approach – adopted by the EU and its Member States in 2020 – is a commitment to delivering more and better impact through building joint coordinated, more effective European development cooperation. Capacity4dev spoke with country-level practitioners to learn from their experience on the Team Europe approach.
    8 0 423
    19 January 2022
  4. Team Europe - Mieux travailler ensemble pour une coopération pour le développement efficace

    En 2011, les Principes de Busan ont défini ce qui fait une coopération au développement efficace et de qualité dans le monde. Cependant, au cours des dix années qui ont suivi l'APD de Busan (Aide publique au développement), les programmes sont devenus plus fragmentés et moins efficaces. L'approche Team Europe - adoptée par l'UE et ses États membres en 2020 - est un engagement à produire un impact plus important et de meilleure qualité en mettant en place une coopération européenne au développement conjointe, coordonnée et plus efficace. Capacity4dev s'est entretenu avec des professionnels au niveau national pour tirer parti de leur expérience de l'approche de Team Europe.
    4 0 3 444
    19 January 2022