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Amouzou Bedi created a new WIKI page 25 July 2015

 

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14
Feb
From
14 February 2017 to 16 February 2017
in (Ghana)
Organised byKnowledge for Development without Borders

Trainees should be able after the 3 training modules to us Mobile phone apps
to improve sustainable agriculture, and Internet for research (job
advertisements, information concerning SDGs, free online courses, health,
legal, Women's rights, climate change, peace, addresses, institutions,
companies etc.). In addition Trainees should be able to write, send and
receive e-mail. After completing the training participants can join our
Community of Practices where they will have access to the training 
materials  and  gain  more  knowledge  on  ICT  and  explore 
other  development.

Linking urgent humanitarian aid with long-term development assistance will be central to a first-of-its-kind Trust Fund organised by the European Commission to mobilise international donors in the Central African Republic (CAR).  
Over the last three years, Marcus Cornaro worked as Deputy Director General for International Cooperation and Development (DG DEVCO). Before taking up his new post as Head of the European Union Delegation to South Africa, he spoke to capacity4dev.eu about his views on development, the problems we’re facing today in the neighbourhood region, the migratory crisis and his hopes for his new post.
01
Feb
From
1 February 2017 to 3 February 2017
in (Nigeria)
Organised byKnowledge for Development without Borders

The focus of the training is to equip  youth in rural area in Nigeria, Abuja
with basic ICT skills and as a result making them agents of development who
will continue to educate other children in the communities.

The inclusion of disability in the Sustainable Development Goals is a breakthrough for the billion people around the world who experience some form of disability. Four-fifths live in developing countries, and although they are amongst the poorest, they often find their needs ignored by local governments and aid programmes alike. The challenge ahead for the EU and its partners is to bring the spirit of the SDGs into the detail of aid programming.
Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 12 February 2015
When development partners met in Busan, South Korea in 2011, one of their aims was to make aid more effective. The event launched the Global Partnership for Effective Development and Cooperation, underpinned by the principles of country ownership, focus on results, inclusive partnerships, transparency and accountability. The EU also committed to Joint Programming, where donors ensure they are targeting complementary sectors, such as education, health or infrastructure. Over three years later, this effort is well underway.

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