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Ronalee Biasca posted Information 4 September 2012

29 August 2012: Pacific members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) were urged to wrap up talks on a trade deal with the European Union this year.

Laetitia Ricklin uploaded a new Document 5 October 2012

Enhancing democracy and fighting poverty: European Commission commits to further support civil society in partner countries

Caroline Coulie uploaded a new Document 3 December 2012

Fiche-résumé à compléter pour le concours de projets du Programme de Petites Initiatives (PPI) du Fonds Français pour l'Environnement Mondial (FFEM).

Caroline Coulie posted Information 3 December 2012

Le Programme de Petites Initiatives (PPI) du Fonds Français pour l'Environnement Mondial (FFEM) rentre dans une nouvelle phase de présélection de projets.

Caroline Coulie uploaded a new Document 3 December 2012

Règlement du concours de projets du Programme de Petites Initiatives (PPI) du Fonds Français pour l'Environnement Mondial (FFEM).

Caroline Coulie posted Information 12 December 2012

The African Carbon Asset Development (ACAD) Facility is the first carbon project development support facility squarely focused on increasing deal-flow in Africa.

Capacity4dev Team uploaded a new Document 4 February 2013

The Best Ray case study from Tanzania, January 2008 – July 2011.  An ACP/EU Facility project implemented by Istututo Oikos.

Capacity4dev Team uploaded a new Document 4 February 2013

Dramatic cost reductions in solar photovoltaic devices are making it increasingly economically viable to improve access to solar energy in Africa but opportunities are lost because policy and regulatory frameworks, and development instruments, are not adapted, said Michael Franz, project mana

EYD2015 Task Force uploaded a new Document 7 February 2013

Article from the CIRAD (Agricultural Research for Development) publication Perspectives exploring alternative ways of considering the potential of  biofuels in developing countries, outside of a food versus fuel framework.

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