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Ziad Abbasi
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6 December 2011

Developing micro projects outside big cities to create jobs and revenues

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Sophie Le Rue posted Information 12 November 2014

What's the link between a small company producing leather bags, an entrepreneur transforming local fruit like marula into high value food products, a young female entrepreneur developing her own fashion line of clothes, a small business producing plastic bottles for table water, all in Botswana,

Sarah Cummings posted Information 24 June 2019

Published in May 2019 in the CTA Technical Brief Series, this brief Putting the private sector at the ce

Gian Paolo de Pinto 15 March 2016

The overall objective of the TradeCom II Programme is to contribute to sustainable economic development and poverty reduction in ACP countries through closer regional integration and increased participation in the global economy.

The Programme’s implementation strategy will facilitate the...

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10
Oct
From
10 October 2016 to 14 October 2016
in Harare (Zimbabwe)
Organised byEUD Zimabwe, DEVCO Unit C1

The Seminar for Food and Nutrition Security Coordination of the EU
Delegations in Eastern and Southern Africa (CODESA) on 'Scaling up and
delivering' will be taking place in Harare, Zimbabwe. Topics to be discussed
include women and gender, land governance, resilience, value chain
development and sector policy guidance.

Pierre Berman asked a Question 10 October 2018

Here are the questions which were asked during the third #InformalTalks Webinar on “How to extend social protection to informal workers?” wh

Joblessness is a longstanding challenge for South Africa where the unemployment rate is 26% - officially. Off the record it’s closer to 40%, according to Milly Chesire at the EU Delegation in Pretoria, and hits 70% among historically disadvantaged persons (HDPs). This group is made up of black South Africans, women and people with disabilities, and it is these people the EU is helping the South African government to reach with funding for small and medium-sized enterprises via the Risk Capital Facility. Capacity4dev visited Americandy, a confectionary business in Johannesburg, to see how it works.