GPGC

GPGC

This 5-year project aims to strengthen the voices of non-state actors (NSA), including civil society, Indigenous Peoples and local community groups, to improve forest governance, sustainable forest management and the contribution of forests to development of Mekong countries. The project recognizes that for forests to be sustained, forest landscape governance must be based on principles of inclusivity, requiring effective NSA participation.
This 5-year project aims to strengthen the voices of non-state actors (NSA), including civil society, Indigenous Peoples and local community groups, to improve forest governance, sustainable forest management and the contribution of forests to development of Mekong countries. The project recognizes that for forests to be sustained, forest landscape governance must be based on principles of inclusivity, requiring effective NSA participation.
The Annual Action Programme 2015 Part II sets out measures to implement the Human Development component of the Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC) programme in accordance to the Multi-annual Indicative Programme 2014-2020 and on the basis of the DCI Regulation.  Part II covers actions for thematic areas: health, private sector involvement in development and Trade for Development.
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.
This Annual Action Programme 2014 sets out measures to implement the Human Development component of the Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC) programme in accordance to the Multi-annual Indicative Programme 2014-2020 and on the basis of the DCI Regulation.  The programme 2014 covers education, health and private sector involvement in development with specific actions controlling communicable diseases, promoting equal access to quality education for all and trade for development.
This AAP intends to: promote migration governance, with a particular focus on the social and economic consequences of migration; ensure better management of migratory flows by enhancing capacities of governments and other relevant stakeholders; maximise the development impact of the increased regional and global mobility of people; improve a common understanding of the migration and development nexus; enhance asylum and reception capacities in partner countries.