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10
Oct
From
10 October 2011 to 15 December 2011

The authors of a background note, ‘Using Political Economy Analysis to
Improve European Union Development Effectiveness’,  are posting a draft
version of their findings in The Political Economy in Practice working group
and invite interested capacity4dev members to offer their feedback. The
discussion begins on the 10th October.

Stephanie Franke posted Information 3 December 2015

The incrEAST newsletter is a publication by the IncoNet EaP and

Gemma Pinol-Puig uploaded a new Document 15 January 2011

Session 6

The European Union delegation’s support for the Philippines’ Bureau of Customs has become a triple shot. Benedikt Madl, Programme Manager for Trade at the EU delegation to the Philippines, explains.
Jaap Koot uploaded a new Document 16 November 2016

During the Public Health Conference of the countries in the Greater Mekong Sub-region on 5 November 2016, the SPHIP programme organised a round table discussion about implementation research, knowledge translation and policy dialogue, in which three SPHIP projects from Bangladesh, Myanmar and Lao

Supporting Public Health Institutes Programme - SPHIP
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Owned by: 
Javier Burgos
Created: 
28 January 2016

Supporting Public Health Institutes Programme - SPHIP

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05
Feb
From
5 February 2017 to 9 February 2017
in Kabul (Afghanistan)
Organised byDEVCO/MKS

The training aims at achieving a more strategic, structured, pro-active and
documented policy dialogue (PD), notably but not exclusively in the framework
of the ongoing and forthcoming expected budget support (BS) operations in
Afghanistan. 

The European Union (EU) is the largest and most reliable donor to Palestine. Yet many people lack a deep understanding of the context in which the EU’s cooperation with Palestine operates and of the cooperation itself. As the situation in Gaza recently deteriorated, this is becoming of growing relevance.