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  • Education, training and employment

    The issues of an educational continuum from primary level to decent employment in terms of access, quality, equity and financing are a central research theme for AFD's Research Department. The research mainly focuses on the specific issues of the evaluation of learning achievements, education financing, post- primary education (secondary school, vocational training and higher education), new technologies (ICTE), public private partnerships, vocational integration and access to decent jobs
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  • Supporting SMEs through Standard Bank

    This policy took shape with the endorsement of a convention between the banks: a general agreement defining precise goals to be achieved during the next 10 years in terms of access to financial services and funding for HDP. One of the aims of this convention is to promote the creation of a suitable ambient for SMEs (Small & Medium Enterprises), in order to stimulate the economy of the country and foster the economical insertion of HDP
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  • Smallholder rubber plantation dynamics and policies to support them in 3 countries of Southeast Asia

    Under the chairmanship of Mr Hidde Smit, Secretary General of the International Rubber Study Group, a panel made up of representatives of the governments of Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand presented recent data on the development of smallholder rubber plantations in their countries and the policies implemented to support them, notably in terms of access to good quality planting material, technical advice, credit, land, and market information
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  • Report of the panel "Education, the chance of Africa. A decade of projects for education: progress and prospects."

    The first conference focused on the significant progress in terms of access to primary education, as evidenced by the significant increase in enrollment rates on the continent. However, 60 million children worldwide are still not in school, more than thirty million in sub Saharan Africa
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  • Agriculture and Rural Development

    It is therefore essential to devise other operational methods that give priority to directly targeting the real problems and challenges, particularly in terms of access to basic facilities. This would allow them to be operational, face climate hazards, have access to training and local markets, promote their production and hold onto their production tools
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  • Education and training in Africa: What challenges' What new tools'

    Over the past ten years or so, huge strides have been made in terms of access to primary school. Sub Saharan Africa has had the highest results over the past ten years: school enrollment has risen by 31 % (i.e. 58 million additional pupils)
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    Over the past ten years or so, huge strides have been made in terms of access to primary school. Sub Saharan Africa has had the highest results over the past ten years: school enrollment has risen by 31 % (i.e. 58 million additional pupils)
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  • Report of the panel "Education, the chance of Africa. A decade of projects for education: progress and prospects."

    The first conference focused on the significant progress in terms of access to primary education, as evidenced by the significant increase in enrollment rates on the continent. However, 60 million children worldwide are still not in school, more than thirty million in sub Saharan Africa
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    Economic development and reduction of poverty and inequalities, particularly in terms of access to drinking water, energy and agricultural development. Dates and amounts
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  • Mekong Housing Bank Projects

    With its special focus on disadvantaged rural communities, it is part of the initiative to reduce poverty and improve living conditions, particularly in terms of access to housing. The project is also backing up Vietnam's efforts to combat the negative effects of climate change by making more disaster-resistant, environmentally friendly housing available to the communities, as well as access to sanitation systems to avoid possible outbreaks of epidemics and to prevent damage from floods
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