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Mei Zegers posted Information 16 September 2015

 

Pierre Berman uploaded a new Document 9 March 2018

Brève présentation de l'impact du projet PRAEJEM mené par Save the Children en Cote d'Ivoire, Mali et Burkina Faso.  

Pierre Berman posted Information 5 October 2018

Thanks to all participants of the #InformalTalks RNSF webinar on social protection and informal economy which took place yesterday!

Mei Zegers posted Information 7 February 2018

Mei Zegers recently visited the interesting OSIRIS project in Senegal and-together with the implementing agency (Aide au Développement Gembloux)-identified several good practices. The project offers integrated services to rural inhabitants. Click the link above for a few details.

With an erosion of their preferences to enter into the EU banana market, banana-exporting countries in the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) need to adapt. 2012 heralds the launch of the programming stage of the Banana Accompanying Measures (BAM), which provides a variety of support to eligible countries.
Pierre Berman posted Information 24 January 2018

Entrepreneurship and vocational training programs are a key leverage to support informal workers, create job opportunities and facilitate social integration and are at the core of various development projects and initiative.

Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 26 August 2013
At last year's Rio+20 sustainable development conference, Green Economy emerged as one of the two main issues, alongside strengthening the institutional framework for sustainable development. But how can we translate what has been referred to as the ‘rather abstract’ concept of Green Economy into concrete development cooperation activities and results? Achim Halpaap of the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) recently delivered the ‘Introduction To An Inclusive Green Economy’ training, and shares his ideas. 
Women breaking stones
Sand, gravel and salt may have a low price per tonne, but their value for domestic development and their potential for local employment creation is significant, especially when compared to the more talked about minerals like copper and gold. With 70% of the world’s population expected to live in cities by 2050, these humble ‘Development Minerals’ will play a crucial role in building homes and urban environments. The African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States, supported by the EU and UNDP, have initiated a capacity-building programme to develop this sector sustainably and improve livelihood opportunities.
Ines Escudero Sanchez uploaded a new Document 14 March 2013

Presentation: how to export fruit to the EU?

Pierre Berman posted Information 9 March 2018

From a legal point of view, the concept of informality corresponds to the non-registration of an economic activity carried out by a person to the official registers.

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