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Public group
Owned by: 
Salvatore Stigliano
Created: 
28 May 2016

ES4Y is a Capacity Building project within the framework of the European Commission’s Erasmus + Programme

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Public group
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Ebba Aurell
Created: 
9 November 2015

Our work aims at fostering improvements in the garment sector concerning environmental, labour and human rights conditions

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Przemysław Musiałkowski 12 January 2015

Overall Project Objective:

Advance the development and the objectives of the Eastern Partnership countries in various areas in view of a closer cooperation of these countries with the EU and among the countries themselves.

Project Purpose:

Produce high quality studies on...

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Public group
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Capacity4dev Team
Created: 
12 September 2014

This group aims to gather people who are interested in underdeveloped countries in West Africa

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The project “Strengthening the...

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Traditional fishing is an important source of economic activity in the impoverished West African nation of Guinea, where the European Commission's Food Facility has undertaken a project to boost the sector through awareness, training and provision of better equipment.
The European Training Foundation is supporting a reform of vocational education and training in Tajikistan that offers an interesting case study, stressing the importance of knowledge sharing for long-term capacity development.
Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 27 October 2011
More aid contracts being won locally could boost development and job creation in partner countries, according to a new report by the European Network on Debt and Development, Eurodad.
If African countries are to develop, they need highly skilled local professionals, especially in core technologies. In Burkina Faso, the International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering (2iE) provides training that gives executives skills to meet key African economic development challenges.
Many donors have under explored the potential role of the private sector in encouraging development. A new report offers some conclusions on how the European Commission, and its staff in Delegations, could better work with the business community to achieve development.