This special Eurobarometer gauges Europeans' views on the future of development cooperation in a time of far-reaching changes; against the backdrop of the economic crisis and the Arab Spring, it is most timely to ask Europeans if they still believe in international solidarity and help. Europeans continue to regard helping the poor as a priority. 84% of respondents support development aid to help people across ...

1.4 billion people worldwide have no access to electricity and 2.5 billion still rely on collecting fuels like firewood for cooking and heating. Energy is vital for poverty reduction because it gives people the power to improve their lives. We want to achieve the UN goal of Energy for All by 2030, but most people aren't even aware that energy poverty is a problem! You can help.

PeerUp ProjectOn the 8th September, as part of the PeerUp! Project, World Vision Romania organized the annual Youth Forum for pupils and students interested in international development. This year’s theme focused on the Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5 regarding the maternal and child health. After the official debate attended by local authorities, young people participated in a two-day camp at Baisoara where they participated in group activities and ...

On the occasion of the International Peace Day, World Vision International is proud to announce that the winner of the 2011 World Vision International Peacebuilding Prize competition is the Romanian Peace Institute, PATRIR (Peace Action, Training and Research Institute of Romania)! In a world troubled by conflicts and war, World Vision International created the Peace Prize Award in 2008 ...

Bucharest, 18 August 2011 – Starting with August 9, World Vision Romania has joined the international fund raising efforts for the children and families in Africa and has launched the “Give a chance for life to the children in Africa!” campaign. Through this initiative, World Vision Romania will contribute to the international efforts to provide African children with healthcare...

Commonwealth Foundation The Commonwealth Foundation organised the Commonwealth People’s Forum 2011 regional consultation meeting, concerning European NGOs. The meeting took place in London and CARDET attended the meeting as one of the three NGOs representing Cyprus. The aim of the meeting was to collect ideas, suggestions, and policy recommendations from European NGOs in various topics including ...

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