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Italian Development Cooperation

 

Italian Development Cooperation

Sixty Years and Beyond: Contributing to Development CooperationSixty Years and Beyond: Contributing to Development Cooperation"As part of the celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome, we want to dedicate a moment of reflection to development cooperation. In providing...
Conference “Sixty years and beyond: contributing to development cooperation” (Farnesina, 27 April 2017) On Thursday, 27 April 2017, from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., the Farnesina will hold the conference entitled “Sixty years and beyond: contributing to development cooperation”,...
The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mario Giro, on mission in ChadThe Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mario Giro, on mission in ChadThe Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mario Giro, accompanied by Italian Ambassador Samuela Isopi, will be on mission in Chad from 18 to 21...
The Farnesina and the Special Commissioner of the Italian Government for Missing Persons sign an MoUHumanitarian cooperation with a view to identifying the victims of shipwrecks in the Mediterranean Sea was at the centre of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed today by the Secretary General of the Ministry...
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As an integral part of our country’s foreign policy, the Italian Development Cooperation’s approach is based on two priorities: first, the need to ensure the protection of life and human dignity to all the planet’s inhabitants; and second, a vision of cooperation as a method by which to install, improve and strengthen relations among various countries and various communities. This peer-to-peer exchange, in addition to increasing that mutual understanding necessary for comprehending the real needs of the recipients of interventions, fosters relations aimed at economic and, most importantly, at social and human growth respectful of the environment and cultural variety and capable of protecting common assets such as water, food and energy, so as to ensure the greater prosperity of populations and peace among people.

Italian development cooperation policy also aims to pursue these objectives along with economic, cultural and security goals, by strengthening the role and image of our country around the world.

For more information consult theCooperation website.


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