Local authorities

Local authorities

  The main objective of this Call for Proposals is to promote integrated urban development through partnerships built among Local Authorities of EU Member States and partner countries in accordance with the 2030 Agenda on sustainable development.
The project promotes economic growth and opportunities for individuals in the informal sector in Brong Ahafo and Greater Accra regions in Ghana. Specific Objective: To collaborate with Local Authorities to promote environmentally sustainable livelihoods and decent work for women, women groups and youth dependent on informal economies. To improve transparency, accountability and revenue mobilization of Local Authorities.
The European Commission has developed Framework Partnership Agreements with civil society organisations and associations of local authorities across Africa, Asia, the Pacific, Latin America and Europe. These partnerships cover a wide array of fields of intervention: anti-corruption, gender, accountability, human rights, political and social inclusion or economic empowerment, decentralisation, and good and inclusive local governance, decentralised cooperation.
The EU contributes to the process of designing land laws and carrying out policy reform. The EU also supports land administrations and sponsors CSOs in their advocacy work to promote equal land rights.
This project aims to enhance the participation of village civil society groups in promoting and protecting human rights in Khammouane and Savannakhet provinces. 
Today the Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, Neven Mimica, opens the 6th global meeting of the Policy Forum on Development (PFD), which brings together more than 70 representatives from networks of civil society organisations (CSOs), associations of local authorities (LAs), private sector as well as European Union (EU) and Member States representatives.
The Capacity Development for Citizen-Led Inclusive Development Project (CD-CID) contributes to inclusive local governance and community development led by Lao people, using innovative institutional development approaches in village development planning. The project is funded by the European Union and implemented by Oxfam, Cord, Learning for Development Association (LDA), Maeying Houamjai Phatthana (MHP), and the Participatory.
Capacity Development for Citizen-Led Inclusive Development Project creates a chance for a Young Woman from an Ethnic Minority To Develop Herself
Annex: Technical Cooperation Facility (TCF) and Support to National Authorising Officer (NAO)
Annex: Technical Cooperation Facility and Support to the National Authorising Officer and the Non-State Actors Advisory Panel

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