Everyday life


  • AFD is proud of its action, which is firmly rooted in economic and social development in the context of everyday life

    AFD is proud of its action, which is firmly rooted in economic and social development in the context of everyday life... AFD is visible at the heart of community life and is proud of its action, which is firmly rooted in economic and social development in the context of everyday life
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  • Photo gallery

    They illustrate both AFD projects in the country and everyday life scenes. Last update in April 2013
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  • Kibera Visit

    Eventually, approximately 15 000 inhabitants of the informal districts will have seen their everyday life improved
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  • Qualité de l'éducation

    Moreover, quality of education does not simply mean a quantitative increase in results, it should also improve the relevance of teaching which must integrate social and cultural environments and promote citizen values and everyday life behaviour. Review of quality issues
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  • Qualité de l'éducation

    Moreover, quality of education does not simply mean a quantitative increase in results, it should also improve the relevance of teaching which must integrate social and cultural environments and promote citizen values and everyday life behaviour. Review of quality issues
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  • Qualité de l'éducation

    Moreover, quality of education does not simply mean a quantitative increase in results, it should also improve the relevance of teaching which must integrate social and cultural environments and promote citizen values and everyday life behaviour. Review of quality issues
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  • International cooperation right from nursery school

    International solidarity, of course, but also the issue of solidarity and citizenship in general, in their everyday lives." 9 000 people reached every year At Gaïa, the Citizenship and International Solidarity Training and Education Center (ECSI), the association raises the awareness of some 9 000 people every year, mainly schoolchildren and teachers, from nursery school to the end of high school, on development and international solidarity issues
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  • Events

    In addition, just as with the French Revolution in 1848, today we can see two opposite visions of democracy emerging: a vision that stresses the need for social hierarchy and order to ensure that parties are represented and that there is freedom of choice at the ballot box; a second that considers politics to be part of everyday life, part and parcel of social life, and that equal opportunities, improving living conditions and social demand for employment continue to be priorities, despite the revolutions that have been staged
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  • Press Releases

    And they are not ideals, but concrete realities of the everyday lives of millions of individuals. The poorest countries are the first victims of climate change and it is the poorest communities in these countries who suffer the most from the degradation of the natural capital around them
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  • 3 questions to

    In this interview, which takes us through the streets of Paris, the urban planner Guillaume Josse uses some urban objects from our everyday lives to give us keys to understanding the challenges facing cities in both the South and North alike. First and foremost conceive cities as networks Each city, however modern it is, is like a grid, a layering of networks, most of which are visible in the urban landscape
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