Partnerships between companies


  • When the Earth goes hungry

    In the case of subsistence farming, it is also important to ensure that partnerships between companies and producers allow the latter to keep part of their crops or to sell them on their national markets. The way in which some countries have rushed headlong into acquiring land underscores how unrealistic their projects are
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  • Support for the Development of Public- Private Partnerships

    Support for the Development of Public- Private Partnerships... On the basis of the planning that has gone into steering the country's economy, Vietnam government officials have posted ambitious goals for infrastructure investments: between 2011 and 2020, the amount needed to scale things up in this field is estimated at nearly $ 160 billion
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  • At the Rendez-Vous with the French NGOs in Vietnam

    The dialogue was intensified when participants discussed the partnership with private companies that can be based in particular on recent initiatives by CCIFV on social and environmental responsibility, and the participation of the latter entities in the system of French cooperation in Vietnam. Spontaneous, available and frank, twenty NGOs were present to discuss their own projects, the difficulties they faced in Vietnam and the opportunities of cooperation between themselves and with other development partners which might be local, French or European
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  • In Algeria, the Joussour gateways

    An MSCP is an investment in people, explains Martin Pericard, project manager at AFD' s NGO Partnerships Division, The important thing is the dynamics The program certainly has an intangible side, but it obeys a clear rule: form a community between the two shores of the Mediterranean, with the aim of both fostering the emergence of actors and promoting intercultural dialogue and citizenship
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  • SDGs and agriculture

    SDG 17- -Partnerships for the Goals Public agricultural policies need to be led by broad coalitions of actors: public, companies, consumers, trade unions, international solidarity associations. SDG 10- -Reduce inequalities Agricultural policies reduce inequalities when they allow a more equitable distribution of land and water, the security of farmers and sharecroppers, an adequate remuneration for agricultural workers, a fair sharing of value between farmers and other sector stakeholders, as well as an effective development of the natural, social and cultural capital of all rural territories
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  • Other publications

    The partnership between AFD and the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) is old and multifaceted... It also studied projects carried out by other institutions such as the World Bank in the framework of the Global Partnership on Output Based Aid. It was led by a group of experts from the AFD and Suez Environment, with the support of an international consultant and local teams from the companies involved
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  • Press Releases

    The partnership agreement initiated in 2005 between France and IUCN has consequently been renewed for four years, thus strengthening France's commitment to biodiversity protection... Our partnership with IUCN is an expression of our collective concern and our unfailing commitment... It supports scientific research, manages field projects over the world and brings governments, non- government organizations, United Nations agencies, companies and local communities together to develop and implement policy, laws and best practice
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  • Working with farmers on the Altiplano

    An MSCP is an investment in people, explains Martin Pericard, project manager at AFD' s NGO Partnerships Division, The important thing is the dynamics The program certainly has an intangible side, but it obeys a clear rule: form a community between the two shores of the Mediterranean, with the aim of both fostering the emergence of actors and promoting intercultural dialogue and citizenship
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  • Investing in Development

    An increasing number of companies are innovating and building new partnerships in developing countries... Support for local socio-economic development, transformations in business models, support for social entrepreneurs, creation of new financial products, companies are mobilizing in both the North and South within a new partnership environment, in order to work for more equitable and sustainable development
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  • Companies and development

    AFD is a partner and/or member of a number of Northern networks gathering companies, experts and donors to work on An increasing number of companies are innovating and building new partnerships in developing countries... One aspect of AFD's partnership strategy for French companies involves supporting innovative private initiatives that meet important issues in terms of economic and social development. the role played by the private sector in the development of Southern countries
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