Education

Type of Activity

CEDP Organisation

We Effect

Lead Organisation(s)

We Effect

Budget range (€)

Budget (€)

254 268.00

Start Year

2018

End Year

2022

Country

Region

Sector

Project Objectives

 The overall goal of the communication programme is to increase the knowledge of the target groups about what the SDG goal 5 contains and how the goals 1, 2 and 5 are linked together. This knowledge will increase the target groups' commitment to promoting women's rights.

Summary

Info-com programme: The World Needs to Put Gender Equality First 2018 – 2022.
The programme comprises two sub-programs:
1 #awomensrights
2 #challengepoverty (pedagogical material for upper secondary schools and for We Effect member organisations).

During the programme period 2018-2022, We Effect will work towards three of the United Nations Global Sustainable Development goals: 1, 2 and 5. 
Women's rights in the countries where we work are related to the objectives of goal 1 and 2. Increased gender equality (goal 5) for women in poor countries is a prerequisite for achieving goals 1 (No poverty) and 2 (Zero hunger). 

Type of Activity

CEDP Organisation

Coopermondo - Confcooperative

Lead Organisation(s)

Coopermondo

Partners

Budget range (€)

Start Year

2017

End Year

2019

Country

Region

Sector

Project Objectives

Coopermondo agrees to train at least 30 human resources of which 20 young officials of the FAIEJ, the Fund of the Ministry at the Base of Togo and 10 members of APES, designed to ensure and promote the development of the cooperative movement in Togo.

The training topics include:

Basic elements for the creation of a cooperative enterprise
Economics and corporate finance
Indicators for institutional and business performance

Key will be the transfer of know-how in terms of strategic and cooperative analysis of business risk and design of sustainable financial structures.

Also Coopermondo is committed to supporting the FAIEJ in 4 campaigns, benefiting institutions and civil society, topromote the start-up of cooperative enterprises within young people.

Type of Activity

CEDP Organisation

We Effect

Lead Organisation(s)

We Effect

Partners

Budget (€)

25 663.00

Start Year

2018

End Year

2022

Country

Region

Sector

Project Objectives

Women from rural areas of Bolivia will participate fully in the political, economic and social decision making in the country's advances.

Summary

Promote the participation of the Bartolinas women of Cochabamba, as a pillar of change, in the ‘New Political, Economic and Social Context of the Plurinational State of Bolivia’.

Type of Activity

CEDP Organisation

We Effect

Lead Organisation(s)

We Effect

Partners

Budget range (€)

Budget (€)

78 016.00

Start Year

2018

End Year

2022

Country

Region

Sector

Project Objectives

The project aims to strengthen AmaroDrom and provide business-oriented services and advocacy aimed at social inclusion of Roma communities and their economic empowerment. 

Summary

Some of the programme's results are: 

  • Improved capacity of AmaroDrom organisation to lobby and advocate on local, national and regional level
  • AmaroDrom’s capacity in business development and project management are enhanced
  • Project Management skills are enhanced
  • Amarodrom is recognised as active promotor of participatory community development
  • Awareness is raised on business opportunities and income generation from agriculture activities
  • Business planning and management skills among target groups improved
  • Capacity building programme in innovative agriculture crops and technologies implemented
  • Capacity and skills of participating communities in off-farm business opportunities are improved
  • Improved access to civic rights and economic opportunities for Roma and other minorities
  • Lobbying, advocacy and networking at the national level enhanced

Type of Activity

CEDP Organisation

We Effect

Lead Organisation(s)

We Effect

Partners

Budget range (€)

Budget (€)

41 061.00

Start Year

2018

End Year

2022

Country

Sector

Project Objectives

To support the strengthening of ICA institutional capacity through core support initiatives in order to contribute to the implementation of an organizational strategic plan. 

Summary

The programme is aiming to achieve a well-functioning organization able to deliver on its mandate within the African region. 

CEDP Organisation

Legacoop

Lead Organisation(s)

GVC Onlus

Partners

Budget range (€)

Budget (€)

116 361.00

Start Year

2009

End Year

2010

Country

Region

Sector

Summary

Lebanon presents a good legal framework as regards support given to the education and training of disabled students, legislation which unfortunately does not always translate into concrete action in daily school activities.

For this reason, although the country has avant-guard legislation which guarantees equal opportunity to the disabled, including the right to education, the mechanisms necessary to the concrete application of this legislation are lacking.

This integration project aims to favor an improvement of the cultural, educational, and operative skills of school staff (training-for-trainers) on the one hand, while stimulating related institutions, civil society, and entire communities to take an active part in the process of social inclusion of disabled children.

CEDP Organisation

Legacoop

Lead Organisation(s)

GVC Onlus

Partners

Budget range (€)

Budget (€)

162 376.00

Start Year

2011

End Year

2011

Country

Region

Sector

Project Objectives

This project aims to guarantee children in the Ravine-Parc community the right to education

Summary

This project aims to guarantee children in the Ravine-Parc community the right to education through the construction of a school which adheres to anti-seismic norms and through the organization of awareness activities about disaster prevention and personal hygiene.

The children of the Ravin-Parc community will directly benefit from the construction of the school, and the entire community will be involved in awareness activities.

Construction of a school with a metal structure, adhering to anti-seismic norms, which holds up to 240 children;
Outfitting the school;
Construction of playgrounds;
Distribution of scholastic kits;
Awareness activities with students, families and school personnel on environmental and climactic disaster prevention, and personal hygiene, specifically focused on cholera prevention.

Type of Activity

CEDP Organisation

Legacoop

Lead Organisation(s)

GVC Onlus

Partners

Budget range (€)

Budget (€)

52 146.00

Start Year

2013

End Year

2013

Country

Region

Sector

Project Objectives

Reduce disease transmitted by water in the Nippes Department through support to the activities of the local institutions DINEPA and DPC, supply of tools for control and treatment of water for a better containment of and response to infectious disease.

Summary

Direct project beneficiaries included the residents of the three communities inside the Nippes Department (l’Asile, Fond des Negres, Paillant), while indirect beneficiaries include the entire urban and rural population of the Nippes Department.

The activities include:

• Construction/reinforcement of at least 6 ORPs (Oral Rehydrating Points) in the department, providing hygienic structures;

• Organization of training sessions on cholera prevention, water treatment, and the use/production of chlorine as well as its sale for the DPC, in collaboration with the DINEPA;

• Implementation of a substantial awareness campaign through the DPC network of volunteers in all Departments dealing with: 1. water treatment 2. use of chlorine on a household level 3. protection of water sources; DPC staff training about chlorine production and use, and provision of quality water kits;

• DINEPA staff training about water quality control and monitoring, and provision of quality water kits;

• Support of DINEPA in the development of a departmental level plan for monitoring and water strategy.

Type of Activity

CEDP Organisation

Legacoop

Lead Organisation(s)

GVC Onlus

Partners

Budget range (€)

Budget (€)

35 000.00

Start Year

2009

End Year

2011

Country

Region

Sector

Project Objectives

The project improved the professional preparation and the educational programs of IEI personnel within the municipality of Belo Horizonte and to promote the exchange of experiences in childhood education between Italy and Brazil, in synergy with the Educaçao project, co-financed by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Summary

“A School for the Future” guaranteed the good conditions in health and hygiene, accessibility and security, which allowed the community Institution of Children's Education (IEI), Clara e Francisco, currently operating within the Belo Horizonte municipal health care service to remain within this service and continue to host approximately 117 children from 0 to 6 years of age.

The activities include:

• Co-financing the construction of a new primary school in Aguas Claras for 270 children;

• Training for the teachers carried out by Coopselios pedagogues during two field missions;

• Health and Hygiene Recovery of the community IEI Clara e Francisco according to the law (kitchen and bathroom able to be accessed by disabled children) in collaboration with the project financed by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) to increase the school's capacity to host 117 children instead of the current 86;

• Internal recovery and restructuring of an already existing room in the nursery, as well as a multifunctional room, along with repair of outside walls including waterproofing. Ordering of external playgrounds with particular attention to school security through the construction of a fence and an educational garden, increasing the 'green' surface area of the school by 400 m2 and at the same time contributing to the school's self-sufficiency as far as food consumption;

• Supply of tools and educational materials for the IEI Clara e Francisco;

• Exchange of experiences in the field of children's education between Italy and Brazil through a mission to Coopselios and Reggio Children educational structure in Italy in which 8 teachers and directors from Belo Horizonte will participate, taking part in informational workshops, training and exchange.

Type of Activity

CEDP Organisation

Legacoop

Lead Organisation(s)

GVC Onlus

Partners

Budget range (€)

Budget (€)

1 473 820.00

Start Year

2008

End Year

2011

Country

Region

Sector

Project Objectives

The project aims to give impetus to the new Educational Plan for Brazilian children from 0-6 years old, through special support of the infrastructure of five Childhood Educational Institutes (IEI) operating in

agreement with the Belo Horizonte Municipality in the Barriero district.

Summary

The Educaçao project gave impetus to the new Educational Plan for children from 0-6 years old, through special support of the infrastructure of five Childhood Educational Institutes (IEI) operating in agreement with the Belo Horizonte Municipality in the Barriero district, one of nine administrations in the Belo Horizone Prefecture. The project also promoted an educational plan for local staff and the creation of a didactic exchange through well-known Italian models such as the one adopted by Reggio Children of Reggio Emilia. The right to education of children of this age group has been guaranteed within the context of the National Education Plan and Children's Educational Policy of the Ministry of Education, in an area at high risk for social exclusion.

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