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Ebba Aurell
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9 November 2015

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

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Pierre Berman posted Information 24 May 2018

The project "integrated project to support the empowerment of craftsmen of Côte d'Ivoire" implemented by AVSI, and closed at the end of 2017, aimed to support artisans mainly from the informal sector to improve their living conditions.

Pierre Berman posted Information 9 March 2018

From a legal point of view, the concept of informality corresponds to the non-registration of an economic activity carried out by a person to the official registers.

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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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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.
Pierre Berman uploaded a new Document 3 May 2018

Mise en place de la Coopérative pour le développement Inclusif de l’Arrondissement de Djiolor (COORDID) dans le cadre du projet OSIRIS : témoignage des bénéficiaires après 2 ans de mise en service

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.