Asia

Asia

The EU-funded SWITCH Asia programme was launched in 2007 to support Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) and to promote inclusive sustainable growth while contributing to the economic prosperity and poverty reduction in Asia and Central Asia and supporting the development of a green economy and the transition towards a low-carbon, resource-efficient and circular economy.  
Launch of EU SWITCH-Asia Programme in Central Asia, Supporting Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP)
The aim is to reduce emissions and increase people’s adaptation capacities, contributing to a greener, low-carbon, climate-resilient, equitable, sustainable and knowledge-based society.
The objective pursued by the programme is to improve access to justice for women, the poor and people living in vulnerable situations.
The objectives pursued by the programme are to support basic nutrition in Lao People's Democratic Republic whilst leaving no one behind.
Aujourd’hui M. Pierre Amilhat, Directeur pour la région Asie à la Direction Générale pour la Coopération internationale et le Développement de la Commission européenne, et M. Remy Rioux, Directeur Général de l’Agence Française de Développement, ont signé à Paris avec le Vice premier ministre cambodgien Son Excellence AUN Pornmoniroth une convention de financement d’un projet dans le secteur de l’énergie.
The objectives pursued by the programme are to contribute to the consolidation of democracy ensuring an inclusive, rights based society and an efficient and transparent administration.
The objectives pursued by the programme are to improve social cohesion and resiliency of communities and to increase economic opportunities in Mindanao.
The aim is to reduce emissions and increase people’s adaptation capacities, contributing to a greener, low-carbon, climate-resilient, equitable, sustainable and knowledge-based society.
The aim is to reduce emissions and increase people’s adaptation capacities, contributing to a greener, low carbon, climate-resilient, equitable, sustainable and knowledge-based society.

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