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Lino Molteni posted Information 15 April 2014

The first regional Joint Programming workshop for Latin America was a success.

Lino Molteni posted Information 16 April 2014

The Joint Programming Workshop for Central, East and South Africa, Addis Ababa, 13-14 March 2014, co-hosted with the Netherlands and Belgium, was a success, following the

Rhys Williams posted Information 5 August 2014

In the run up to 1 September, we, the European Think Tanks Group (ETTG), will be publishing a blog each Monday setting out the context of the five global challenges - trade and international fin

Morag Ottens posted Information 3 September 2014

As a staff member of Eurostat, each year I am involved in updating a site, run by PARIS21 from the OECD, which gathers global information on support being given to Statistical Capacity Building around the world. An annual report is produced e.g.

Lino Molteni posted Information 26 May 2014

If you want to know more about Joint Programming please visit and join

http://capacity4dev.ec.europa.eu/joint-programming/dashboard

a public group with practical resources on Joint Programming. 

Lino Molteni posted Information 9 February 2015

Dear Workshop participants,

Capacity4dev Team posted Information 10 February 2015

As part of the communication and visibility actions related to the Joint Programming exercise in Ethiopia, the EU+, which constitutes the EU Delegation in Ethiopia as well as EU Member States and Norway, jointly with the government of Ethiopia, has released a bi-lingual calendar of 16 months.

Rhys Williams posted Information 21 September 2015

The current migration crisis in the Mediterranean is a stark reminder of the human cost of conflict. Conflicts have become more difficult to resolve, and the transition for affected countries to greater socio-economic development has become more difficult and costly.

Rhys Williams posted Information 27 January 2016

In a more globalised and competitive world the need for more effective international and development cooperation has only become more urgent and consequences of inaction more apparent.

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