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The Agro-Forestry-Fisheries Quality Control Department, Hanoi Department of Agriculture and Rural Development will closely coordinate and successfully implement the project ‘Food safety for development’.
The Opportunities for Women in Agribusiness Project (OWAP) is a Canadian-funded gender equality project in Egypt, implemented by Alinea International. Over five years the project aims to increase women’s economic empowerment by creating the conditions for women to...
In Vietnam, Alinea is pleased to have the Safe Food for Growth project (SAFEGRO) which improves food safety in Vietnam by working with the national and regional governments, private sector suppliers and consumers.
Funded by Global Affairs Canada, Climate Action in Africa is a 5-year Expert Deployment Mechanism, implemented by Alinea International in partnership with Econoler and WSP – for which I’m the renewable energy advisor.
The Ukrainian “Victory Gardens”, aim to effectively use all available land for food production to prevent food crisis in Ukraine during the war.
Sustainable practices and environment and climate action are essential to the TAP-EDM project, which is funded by Global Affairs Canada (GAC) and implemented by Alinea International.
“Canada has been an important development partner for Tunisia for many years,” said Ms. Derouiche. “We’ve worked with Canada successfully on some large projects. When we had the opportunity to have a Canadian join this new program as an advisor, it seemed like a good match.”
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2022 with its theme of Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow, Alinea Asia Pacific staff members Queentries Regar and Katarina Atalifo exchange their experiences and reflections on the advancement of gender equality in local climate change adaptation and mitigation efforts.
My argument here is that like gender equality, environmental analysis should be mainstreamed through the work we undertake as development professionals, and it should shape our development approaches.
Balancing economic gains and emotional sacrifices in Pacific labour mobility: Personal stories and program responses
The PALM scheme is administered by the Pacific Labour Facility (PLF) in partnership with the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Alinea Whitelum provides monitoring, evaluation, and learning to the facility. The PLF also works closely with the ‘labour sending units’ (or LSUs) in the government ministries of the 10 participating countries in delivering the scheme.