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The thematic programme "Non-State Actors and Local Authorities in Development" (NSA-LA), introduced in 2007 and focused on the actors, support the policy of the European Union in the field of promotion and support to the long established partnerships between the non state actors and the local authorities of the EU Members and partner countries.
The bilateral relations between the EU and Azerbaijan have been positively marked by deepened cooperation under the Eastern Partnership, established in 2009.
This programme aims to give BEPA and other members and Commission services better access to ongoing research work, profiting from the leading expertise of outstanding personalities.
The general objective of the EIDHR is to contribute to the development and consolidation of democracy and the rule of law and respect for all human rights and fundamental freedoms globally, in line with the European Union’s overall foreign policy.
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are an important part of the enterprise sector in Europe: 99 % of all enterprises, about 70 % of all jobs and 50 % of value added are in SMEs.
The European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) aims to contribute to the reinforcement of the civil society in the promotion of the human rights and democratic reforms through the conciliation of interests of different groups and the political representation and participation.
The European Union and the South African Department of Health have jointly developed a Primary Health Care Sector Policy Support Programme to contribute to improving the health profile of all South Africans.
The Government of South Africa has made job creation its central priority and developed a number of policies to address this issue. To fights against povety and inequalities, the South African government and the European Union have jointly developed the 'National Development Policy Support Programme' (NDPSP)
Through the Country Based support scheme (CBSS), the EIDHR seeks to strengthen the role of the civil society in the promotion of human rights and political reforms and to support a peaceful conciliation between the groups of interest, to consolidate participation and political representation.
The Food Security Programme (FSP) for Malawi 2004 - 2006 was launched to complement the Government of Malawi (GoM) Malawi Growth and Development Strategy (MGDS) (2006-2011), particularly the improvement of quality of life of the most vulnerable.
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