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On a recent trip to India, Renée Zandvliet, working with EuropeAid’s 'Civil Society and Local Authorities' unit, saw that civil society organisations (CSOs) often play a supportive role in improving the functioning and outreach of public health systems, as well as helping strengthen Human Resources for Health (HRH). As part of's CSOs in India Week, she shares her views.
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.  

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.

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.

Pierre Berman posted Information 6 April 2018

Youth often are a key target group among vulnerable people, in particular for governments and development programmes. As they are the adults of tomorrow, their exclusion of the social and economic life represents a huge loss of human and economical capital.

Eoin Kelly posted Information 24 April 2018

This week we commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh, which took the lives of over 1,100 people.

Rafael Barrio posted Information 5 October 2012

I think that trade liberalization and globalization of the economy favored by rapid technological developments produce economic development opportunities for countries but also cause instability and employability difficulties for a signif

18 November 2013 to 19 November 2013
in (Belgium)
Organised byDEVCO B3 Employment, Social Inclusion, Migration

This high-level meeting will be a key occasion to discuss with the main
international development partners on the role of employment for development,
and within the post-2015 agenda. The event constitutes the final conference
of the EC-ILO joint project "Monitoring and assessing progress on decent
work". The objective of the project is to develop a global methodology to
promote better self-monitoring of decent work outcomes in developing and
transition countries world-wide. It has been implemented in several pilot
countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, Ukraine, Peru,
Brazil, Niger and Zambia. The event will serve to discuss the project
experience and challenges ahead to support partner countries in meeting the
employment challenge. For further information see draft concept note,
provisional agenda, project website
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