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Czech development projects help Moldovan farmers to compete on the European markets. Although it may seem that organic agriculture and wine education projects have a different focus, their common aim – strengthening the competitiveness of the Moldovan agriculture – connects them together. Czech development activities thus accompany farmers in school, on the field, when dealing with state authorities as well as on the market. This trend of adopting a complex approach towards development activities is expected to continue in the year 2016 as confirmed by the implementers of the Official Development Assistance (ODA) projects of the Czech Republic at a coordination meeting with the CzDA experts.
Thanks to the Czech support Moldovan farmers are better able to compete on the EU market, more »
Czech Republic provided material assistance to three educational institutions in Ukraine, evacuated from the areas outside the control of the Ukrainian government, of approximately 3 mil. CZK. This support is a part of the Official Development Assistance (ODA) projects of the Czech Republic responding to the emergency situation in Ukraine. The provided IT equipment has been contributing to the restoration of activities of the selected institutions since January 2016. The Czech Development Agency will continue implementing development activities in Ukraine throughout the year 2016 in form of subsequent projects.
Czech Republic helps to restore evacuated educational institutions in Ukraine, more »
Video 300 seconds in the Czech Development Agency informs about the activities of the CzDA and development projects of the Czech Republic in the world. Find out how the main aim of the Czech Official Development Assistance - ending poverty in all its forms (SDG #1) - is connected to other current phenomena such as the highly discussed topic of migration.
Video 300 seconds in the Czech Development Agency, more »
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic Lubomír Zaorálek met on January 7, 2016 the employees of the CzDA, the government agency primarily responsible for implementing bilateral projects of the Czech Official Development Assistance. Currently, a new Development Cooperation Strategy is being prepared by the Ministry. The new Strategy is going to define territorial and sectoral priorities of the Czech development cooperation until the year 2020.
Minister Zaorálek at the Czech Development Agency, more »
How do we respond to a changing map of poverty and a changing role of development aid in poverty reduction? How do we deal with the complexity of the new development agenda and where lies the added value of new and emerging donors? How do we adjust the management of our projects and of our organizations in general to be fit for this purpose? Michal Kaplan, director of Czech Development Agency, tackles these as well as other questions in the latest blog entry on the Czech Development Agency's blog.
How Will the Agenda 2030 Impact on New and Emerging Donors?, more »
Czech Republic is going to provide assistance through Czech Development Agency's resources to people affected by extensive drought in Ethiopia which has been caused by the El Niño phenomenon. Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Mr. Lubomír Zaorálek, approved the assistance of 5 million CZK. The assistance will be provided by the World Food Programme (WFP) before the end of 2015.
Czech Republic to provide assistance in response to drought in Ethiopia , more »
The Government of the Czech Republic approved on November 20 a medium-term vision of the Czech Development Agency (CzDA). Agency’s human resources will be strengthened and CzDA experts will be gradually posted in priority partner countries. In addition, the Czech Government is going to review legislative conditions for implementation of the Official Development Assistance.
Czech Development Agency to Strengthen its Capacities, more »