Policy coherence for development

Policy coherence for development

Policy Coherence for Development (PCD) constitutes a key pillar of European Union (EU) efforts to enhance the positive impact and increase effectiveness of development cooperation. This concept of policy coherence in support of development objectives was introduced in EU fundamental law in 1992 with the Treaty of Maastricht and was further reinforced in the Treaty of Lisbon in 2009.
The 2019 EU report on Policy Coherence for Development confirms its key contribution to the implementation of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The report takes stock of progress by EU institutions and Member States on Policy Coherence for Development over the period 2015-2018, within the changing global development context following the adoption of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The 2019 EU Report on Policy Coherence for Development confirms its key contribution to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda.
The objective of the Evaluation of the European Union’s (EU) Policy Coherence for Development (PCD) is to provide relevant stakeholders with an overall and independent assessment of the EU PCD actions aiming to improve the impact of relevant EU policies.
Baz’Art Kreasion, projet social initié par ENL fondation avec pour mission l’autonomisation des femmes issues de ménages ayant des revenus modestes dans la région de Moka-St Pierre
The Society for the Welfare of the Deaf operates an audiology unit to detect hearing problems.
TRAQUE is a 15 M€ programme aiming at offering continuous support to the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoTI), in private sector development, trade facilitation and capacity building with special attention to capacity issues in industrial strategy and post Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) implementation support.
The 'Centre de Formation Agricole Frère Remy' is a vocational training center for the capacity development and empowerment of young people in the agriculture and farming sector.
The European Union and its Member States signed today a strategic blueprint, outlining the future of European development policy. This "New European Consensus on Development" represents a new collective vision and plan of action to eradicate poverty and achieve sustainable development.
With the support of the European Union, the 'Education Assistance to Children in Rakhine State' project contributes to improve the quality of education in Rakhine State, including the educational activities in IDP camps.

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