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Amouzou Bedi 28 August 2014

Knowledge has an important role to play in addressing development issues, but this requires access to information as well as the availability of relevant and useful knowledge. Knowledge is central to sustainable development. Knowledge is essential for survival and sustainability.

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Amouzou Bedi created a new WIKI page 7 March 2015

 

 

KFDWB INTRODUCTORY MEETING PROGRAMME by Mr Richard N Nzingah,

7TH FEBRUARY 2015

 

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.
A new ingredient in the development effectiveness debate is intercultural competence – that is, the ability to overcome challenges posed by working with colleagues and partners from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds. The aim is to turn diversity into an asset.
Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 19 February 2014
Twelve months after French forces drove Islamic militants from northern Mali, a conference of international donors in Brussels has heard of progress, of socio-economic recovery, and reforms via decentralisation. Achievements include free elections, as well as ongoing efforts to combat corruption, improve the business climate, to promote a neutral and efficient justice system, and national reconciliation.
Helene Quentrec posted Information 20 June 2018

The EC-funded "Food Security Thematic Programme (FSTP)" has been implemented in Madagascar between 2012 - 2017. The seven projects carried out introduced innovative approaches to contribute to food security and nutrition improvements within the rural communities.

The fifth global meeting of the Policy Forum on Development (PFD) is taking place since 21st of March in Brussels.

Development projects and programmes aim to change lives around the world using various methods from technical assistance to capacity development. But what actually happens when a project ends and the money is withdrawn from one day to the next? What legacy does the EU leave behind? Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia, Country Director and Head of the Higher Education and Training HIV/AIDS (HEAIDS) Programme in South Africa shares his experiences, including how he overcame financial cutbacks and near collapse, to oversee one of South Africa’s best success stories. 
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28 July 2014

Stimulating Innovation in Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Risk Management

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Ending hunger and malnutrition by 2030 will require approaches that go beyond targeting only stunting and wasting – agreed the participants of the Nutrition Seminar organised in March by the European Commission in Brussels.

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