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Building on efforts since 2015 to foster a new police culture in Ukraine by supporting policing operations and training, Alinea International launches the Police Stabilization Project (PSP).
The Safe Food for Growth project (SAFEGRO), funded by Global Affairs Canada and implemented by Alinea, seeks to enhance the Vietnamese population’s access to safe, affordable and competitive agri-food products, with an aim to improve the wellbeing of consumers as well as other agri-food sector actors, including poor farmers in Vietnam.
Source essentielle d’eau douce en Afrique, le lac Tchad est confronté à un avenir climatique incertain.
How a new project in the Caribbean works to improve life for women and vulnerable populations in Jamaica
Memorandum of Cooperation signed to support inclusive economic and social recovery in Ukrainian communities
Creative and inclusive partnerships hold the key to getting SDG 6 back on track. Water sector projects must meaningfully engage women, people with disabilities, and other marginalised groups to address their diverse WASH needs and challenges.
Atypic Creative Director Arianne Cardinal discusses a digital campaign to make a difference in Tunisia.
Le projet DÉFI s’allie au PAM et au Ministère de l’èducation pour offrir de repas aux élèves de Tombouctou
Fruit d’une collaboration entre le projet DÉFI, le Programme alimentaire mondial (PAM) et le ministère de l’Éducation Nationale (MEN), les élèves de l’école Franco-Arabe Tahzib AL Islamy, à Tombouctou, bénéficient d’une cantine scolaire depuis deux mois.
As the world’s fastest-growing region, the Indo-Pacific plays a vital role in defining global stability and development. The recent launch of Canada’s Indo-Pacific Strategy and Australia’s Official Development Assistance budget summary 2022-23 reflect the region’s growing significance.
Sri Lanka is a multi-ethnic, lingual religious and cultural country that emerged from a 30-year civil conflict. Recognition of the language rights of women and men who speak Sinhala and Tamil is critical to improving socio-economic stability.