DCI - Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC)

DCI - Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC)

The study sets out the scale of the crisis that Africa faces due to the threat to ecosystems, natural resources and wildlife; examines lessons learnt from past conservation efforts, and identifies priority areas for future action. It has been produced in close concertation with the conservation community and Africa specialists.
IFCA,AIF and IFP are blending mechanisms that combine EU grants with loans or risk capital offered by EFIs to finance development projects.  They provide access to capital markets and private investments for implementing sustainable large scale projects.  They are expected to continue contributing to improved coordination and efficiency of donor actions and thereby improve effectiveness of donor interventions. Blending allows flexibility and innovation.
This Commission Implementing Decision approves the actions and funding set out in the the Annual Action Programme 2015 for environment and climate change under the Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC) Thematic Programme. The compressed zip file contains the 25 annexes to the Decision, one for each of the actions contained in the AAP.
The Annual Action Programme (AAP) for Food Security and Nutrition and Sustainable Agriculture 2015 part 2 and 2016 part 1 was adopted on 11 August 2015. It comprises 4 actions and provision for support measures. The overall objective is to improve food security for the poorest and most vulnerable, to help eradicate poverty and hunger for current and future generations, and to better address under-nutrition thereby reducing child mortality.
The purposes of this contract are as follows: To contribute to strengthening national level capacity to plan for and respond to climate change impacts in coastal areas. To provide support and guidance to mainstreaming climate change into development planning.
The project focused on training informal workers using specific and relevant training materials, methods and models that were suitable for these workers.
The recent financial crisis has emphasised the inter-dependency of all countries across the globe. Education has a pivotal role to play in enabling long-term growth and improvements in productivity, eradication of poverty, improving health status, empowering women, reducing inequality and contributing to state-building.
L'analyse des expériences et projets mis en oeuvre au bénéfice du secteur informel et de leur capacité à répondre de manière appropriée aux besoins de connaissances et de compétences de celles et ceux qui travaillent permet de lister les mesures d'éducation et de formation à prendre pour dynamiser le développement social et humain des acteurs du secteur.
Trainings and Vocational Educataion Trainings (TVET) refer to the acquisition of knowledge and skills for the world of work to increase opportunities fro productive work, sustainable livelihoods, personal empowerment and socio-economic development for both women and men, in both urban and rural communities.
Vocational Education and Training can contribute to reducing un employment and can support economic development. Nevertheless, it should become a more attractive and high-quality option, so that it provides young people with the right skills to find a suitable and decent job, and adults with an opportunity to update skills throughout their working life.

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