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 When you think about development challenges, a lack of trained accountants might not immediately come to mind. Yet poor public sector financial management is often at the root of patchy service delivery in other sectors, from health and education to transport. South Africa recognised this underlying issue, and with EU support embarked on a capacity development programme.
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Capacity4dev Team
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30 November 2010

A group to discuss and support the pragmatic and gradual introduction of a "political economy" approach in EC Development Cooperation.

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nathalie thiberge
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1 October 2014

Cross-border cooperation between Member States and Partner countries along the external borders of the EU

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The project “Strengthening the...

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Mélanie Romat posted Information 21 March 2017

L’échange d’expériences dans le cadre de la mise en œuvre d’un appui budgétaire a visé à la Consolidation de l’Etat Haïtien

Auteure : Sylvie Conde

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Alex Jaggard
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18 February 2012

The donor community is about to descend upon Myanmar. We should discuss what could be done differently, better - not just "business as usual".

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Capacity4dev Team posted an Idea 10 April 2018

Capacity4dev caught up with Elodie Valette, Geographer at the French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD), to talk about how the work they do applies geographic principles to localised development projects.

With more than half of the world’s population now living in cities, experts agree that the continuing trend towards urbanisation is both inevitable and irreversible. New EC guidelines propose a fresh mindset to assist the development of better cities.
Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 23 February 2010
Cars, computers and formal training may often be requested as part of a public sector reform programme, but it’s changes in the behaviour and mindsets of people that produce lasting results, according to a recent blog post by World Bank experts.

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