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The impact of Technical cooperation (TC) delivery in Mozambique is unsatisfactory and strategic and coordinated planning of TC is urgent required. This, in a nutshell, is the general consensus that came out of a series of meetings attended in March 2009 by Ms Manzitti, with EC Delegation staff, EU Member States and represtative of the government of Mozambique.
Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 16 August 2012
Membership for the EuropeAid’s collaboration website, has breached the 5,000-mark driven by take up in the site’s online groups.
Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 16 December 2013
Transition, which can be described as the radical reform of a country’s society and economy, is still a very new concept in development policy. In this interview Jean Bossuyt, the Head of Strategy at the European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM), shares his thoughts on why transition is important and how the European Union can play an enabling role.
Cooperation programmes of the European Commission involve staff, partners and expertise across the world. Sharing their capacity and knowledge is an investment to make the organisation more efficient and effective in meeting its development mandate, said DG EuropeAid Director Klaus Rudischhauser, who urged staff to use capacity4dev for collaboration and exchange.
Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 28 May 2009
The European Commission delegation in Guyana is working on an Action Plan to implement the Backbone Strategy on technical cooperation reform in a rather original way, using an external consultant to develop a more comprehensive document. Read more to see how they fared.
Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 2 October 2009
Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 30 September 2011
Capacity development is fundamental to sustainable poverty reduction and experts are expecting it to be an important topic at an upcoming international meeting on aid effectiveness.
EuropeAid staff are encouraged to engage even more actively in the drive towards technical cooperation reform.
Worldwide, donors spend millions of euros on governance support but are often left assessing a mixed bag of results. Delegates at a recent workshop in Brussels considered why it is so hard to achieve reliably good results and concluded that the time is ripe for a change in approaches to supporting governance.
A European Commission programme of budget support in Paraguay has enabled the government to address weaknesses within the country’s financial administration systems, according to Sergio Forte, Deputy Minister of Finance.