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  1. Funding recipients - 18/01/2019

    The European Commission is committed to guarantee full transparency regarding how we fund our beneficiaries. See Art. 35 of the Financial Regulation. What is a beneficiary or recipient of EU funds? In this context, the term "recipient of European Uni ...

    funding, European Development Fund, EDF, funding beneficiaries

  2. Greater economic and employment opportunities brought about by the EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa - 18/01/2019

    The EU Emergency Trust Fund for stability and addressing root causes of irregular migration and displaced persons in Africa, aims to increase economic and employment opportunities and inclusion for youths and vulnerable groups.  This is being achieved by ...

  3. Navigating Indigenous Views - 18/01/2019

    370 million people in over 90 countries identify themselves as being indigenous. They represent humanity in all its diversity but they all have in common the fact that they are the most excluded, discriminated, threatened and often the poorest communities ...

  4. Shedding light on invisible workers in east Africa and the DRC - 18/01/2019

    A regional project in five African countries, co funded by the EU and jointly implemented by 14 government and civil society organisations, interviewed 22 000 domestic workers and their employers. Through advocacy campaigns, governments agreed to legalize ...

  5. Clear Cotton project seeks to halt child labour in cotton production in Burkina Faso, Mali and Pakistan - 18/01/2019

    A new four-year project supported by the EU kicked-off in Brussels, bringing together key stakeholders, vowing to make cotton production sustainable, free from child and forced labour. The workshop held on 20 November, coincided with Universal Children’s ...

  6. Reducing inequalities – a sustainable development challenge - 18/01/2019

    An initiative of the European Commission seeks to enhance knowledge and understanding of economic and social inequalities in order to better respond to this complex development challenge. The Inequality Facility Support Programme is focusing on one of the ...

  7. Improving Standardisation, Quality Assurance, Accreditation and Metrology (SQAM) Infrastructure in Malawi - 17/01/2019

    Contribution Agreement with the UNDP towards the development of a robust Standardisation, Quality Assurance, Accreditation and Metrology (SQAM) Infrastructure in Malawi. Benefitting zone:  Malawi ...

    Quality Assurance, Accreditation

  8. Skills and Technical Education Programme (STEP) - 17/01/2019

    STEP seeks to empower the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) sector in Malawi and develop its capacity to meet the economy's need for skilled professionals. Benefitting zone:  Malawi ...

    Skills, Technical Education, Entrenpreneurship, TVET

  9. Malawi - 17/01/2019

    Malawi is one of the world's least developed countries, ranked 170th out of 187 countries according to the Human Development Index 2012 and is among the countries with the highest population density in Africa with a population estimated to be 15 mill ...

    Malawi, Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa

  10. Upgrading the Milange-Mocuba road, Mozambique - 17/01/2019

    The aim of this road project – funded by the European Union and implemented by the Government of Mozambique – is to improve the country's rural infrastructure by upgrading the road between Milange and Mocuba. More than just a road, this route opens u ...

    Milange-Mocuba, roads, infrastructure

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