Recherche d’un partenaire expérimenté dans la gestion rationnelle d’une forêt communautaire au Cameroun.

La GEFBAFKO (Comité de Gestion de la Forêt  Communautaire de Baboutcha Fongam-Komako) est une forêt communautaire de 3645 ha située à l’Ouest du Cameroun. La GEFBAFKO est membre du réseau CHEDE des organisations paysannes camerounaises. (doc – 15Kb). . . . → Read More: Recherche d’un partenaire expérimenté dans la gestion rationnelle . . . → Read More: Recherche d’un partenaire expérimenté dans la gestion rationnelle d’une forêt communautaire au Cameroun.

Beyond EU development aid.

Regional integration processes, at the pan-African and sub-regional levels, are high on the African political and development agenda. The European Union (EU) has been a strong proponent of regional integration initiatives and a key role model  for  many.  But  how  do  Africa-EU  relations  contribute  to  foster  regional integration processes in Africa and . . . → Read More: Beyond EU development aid.

Donor support to domestic accountability.

The OECD Development Assistance Committee  (DAC) mandated its Network on Governance (GOVNET) to explore ways to improve donor support to domestic accountability over the period 2009-12. As part of this exercise, GOVNET commissioned research to explore the realities of aid and domestic accountability through in-depth country case studies in Mali, Mozambique, Peru . . . → Read More: Donor support to domestic accountability.

EU Aid for Trade and Agriculture.

Over  the  past  decades  EU  agricultural  trade  policy  has  shifted  away  from  interventionism  and  toward neoliberalism (Orbie 2007). Policies like export stabilisation schemes, non-reciprocal trade preferences and commodity protocols have all been abandoned, to be replaced by more market-oriented counterparts that conform to the World Trade Organization (WTO) rulebook. Sugar is an . . . → Read More: EU Aid for Trade and Agriculture.

Global perspectives on effectiveness of aid for trade.

International trade can be a powerful driver for economic growth, poverty reduction and long term  sustainable  development.  For  many  developing  countries,  especially  least  developed countries, trade related bottlenecks, such as lack of market information, ineffective policies, weak private  sector,  poor  institution  and  infrastructure,  prevent  them  to  integrate  and  compete  in  the global . . . → Read More: Global perspectives on effectiveness of aid for trade.

Improving EU support to developing countries.

The EU has constantly been the driving force in mobilising international support for development: it is the largest aid donor and the leader in aid effectiveness, the largest and most open market for developing countries and is at the forefront promoting the three dimensions of sustainable development.This standing has been achieved through . . . → Read More: Improving EU support to developing countries.

Trade talks between Europe and Africa.

After 10 years of arduous negotiations on a trade deal, the EU and African countries must try again from a more equal footing. (doc – 54Kb) . . . → Read More: Trade talks between Europe and Africa.

World Investment Report 2012.

Global foreign direct investment (FDI) flows exceeded the pre-crisis average in 2011, reaching $1.5 trillion despite turmoil in the global economy. However, they still remained some 23 per cent below their 2007 peak. UNCTAD predicts slower FDI growth in 2012, with flows levelling off at about $1.6 trillion. Leading indicators – the . . . → Read More: World Investment Report 2012.