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Barbara Oliveira uploaded a new Document 15 hours ago

This booklet is destinated to explain the EU-AFD Research Facility on Inequalities and give more details on its projetcs. 

Dorothee Fischer uploaded a new Document 18 hours ago

This is the final communiqué of the 7th global meeting of the Policy Forum on Development which took place in Brussels, Belgium, from 13 - 15 March 2019.

26
Apr
From26 April 2019
in (Nigeria)
Organised byThe West Africa Network for Emerging Leaders in health (WANEL) Advocacy & Communication Technical Working Committee

The West Africa Network for Emerging Leaders in health (WANEL) Advocacy & Communication Technical Working Committee is organizing a webinar to hold on Friday, April 26, 2019 from 1500-1540 WAT

Javier Burgos posted Information 24 April 2019

SPEED Stands for Supporting Policy Engagement for Evidence-based Decisions (SPEED) for Universal Health Coverage in Uganda Project’.

Javier Burgos uploaded a new Document 23 April 2019

In the Support to Public Health Institutes Programme (SPHIP), Institutes from different countries of the South help each other with knowledge, technical assistance and lessons learned to strengthen Universal Health Coverage.

13
May
From
13 May 2019 to 14 May 2019
in Gembloux (Belgium)
Organised byCDAIS - Capacity Development for Agricultural Innovation Systems (with Agrinatura and the FAO)

The EU-funded Capacity Development for Agricultural Innovation Systems (CDAIS, www.cdais.net) was initiated in 2015. In May, partners will gather to share their experiences and knowledge from this project to a broader audience. And much has been learnt.

Jennifer Keegan-Buckley uploaded a new Document 23 April 2019

Programme for the event

Capacity4dev Team posted Information 23 April 2019

Training rats can save lives?

In 1997, Belgian engineer Bart Weetjens founded APOPO, an NGO that trains African giant pouched rats to detect landmines and tuberculosis.

 

Diane Kelecom posted Information 23 April 2019

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