The ‘Global Dimension in Engineering Education’ (GDEE) project is an initiative that aims to increase the awareness, critical understanding and attitudinal values of undergraduates and postgraduates students in technical universities across Europe related to Sustainable Human Devel
The research paper "Adapting to Climate Change and variability in small smallholder farming communities: A case study from Burkina Faso, Chad and Niger" coordinated by AGRHYMET and Australian Rivers Institute has been published in January 2015 in the "Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rur
This brochure aims at summarising the findings of evaluations of three international trade-assistance programmes implemented by the European Commission and the ACP Secretariatover the period 2002-2014:
This video, made available by the Open Society Foundations, exemplifies the link between adequate sanitation and access to justice, and introduces the concept of social audit in the context of public service delivery.
On 14 March both the Ministry of Food and Agriculture and the Ministry of Trade gathered in Accra to launch the Ghana Green Label farmer's manual and training. The goal was to help farmers to improve the quality & safety their fruits on the domestic and export
Uganda’s rural communities working to tackle climate change often struggle to access finance. Around 80% of the population work in agriculture, and can lack the necessary collateral and paperwork for conventional bank loans, or the technology to embrace mobile banking and microfinance.
The European Commission will organize a special panel on Right to Quality Education which will take place on the 4th of June from 9:30 to 11.00, at Tour and Taxi, being part of the European Development Days (