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Agricultural producers in the African Caribbean and Pacific region, with the help of a European Commission backed project, are learning how to meet stringent regulations and requirements and continue to sell their foodstuffs in European markets.
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21 September 2016

Wetlands International promotes the ecosystem based approach to DRR/CCA and encourages its mainstreaming and integration into development policies

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An evaluation of the EU’s support to Private Sector Development (PSD) comes at a time when EuropeAid’s redefines its future private sector strategy. PSD is a key priority of the Agenda for Change, which provides direction for the EU’s new development policy. The conclusions of the evaluation were presented at a seminar in Brussels earlier this year. 
Understanding the local context in a developing country can significantly help effective development planning. But Professor Enzo Caputo recommends going one step further and embracing the ‘Opportunity Framework’ for more effective Capacity Development, as he explained at a recent event in Brussels.
Could development professionals at the European Commission improve their efforts in developing capacity by drawing some lessons from experiences in the private sector? Consultants Paul Beaulieu and Robert LeBlanc, think they could.
Isolina Boto posted Information 7 May 2017

The African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries are determined to "undertake the reforms needed to transform the ACP Group into an effective global player, fit for the 21st century, and responsive to the emerging priorities" of member states.

Hub & Spokes uploaded a new Document 18 July 2017

This map shows where The Commonwealth have deployed trade advisers and some of the immediate tasks being addressed in country or region of posting 

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From12 July 2017
in Geneva (Switzerland)
Organised byEuropean Commission, ACP Secretariat, The Commonwealth Secretariat and OIF

The small size and remoteness of many countries in Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) regions mean they cannot compete with larger players in world markets and are vulnerable to economic and financial shocks.

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