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June 2021

Precarious situation in the Sahel, urgent action needed to face the lean season

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May 2021

3e session ordinaire du Comité d'orientation du RPCA, conclusions et décisions

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August 2019

Professionalisation of micro, small and medium-sized agri-food companies

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April 2021

Food and nutrition trends in the Sahel and West Africa, 2017-21

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April 2021

Sahel and West Africa: 19.6 million people in a "Crisis" situation or worse, March-May 2021

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April 2021

Sahel and West Africa: 27.1 million people in a "Crisis" situation or worse in June-August 2021

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A major threat to food security in West and Central Africa

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Did you know? Civil society’s commitment to the PREGEC Charter

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Réseau RPCA

RPCA

Financed by the European Union Emergency Trust Fund for Africa and implemented by the Luxembourg Agency for Development Co-operation (LuxDev), the ADEL project targets vulnerable populations in the regions of Gao and Timbuktu in northern Mali. It draws on the achievements of previous projects aimed at reviving the local economy and supporting communities in northern Mali (RELAC and RELAC II), implemented between January 2016 and September 2019. The experience of these projects has shown that it is possible to implement development actions effectively despite the challenging security situation. The objective of the ADEL project is to support local economic development and the improvement of the governance of local authorities in 42 municipalities of intervention. In a fragile intervention context and unstable security situation, more than 100 local associations and cooperatives will be supported through the consolidation and/or implementation of economic projects in various sectors (agriculture, livestock, fishing, crafts) in order to revive and develop the local economy and contribute to the stability and well-being of the people. The project targets the entire population, particularly young women and men aged 15 to 40 (project result 2).