GENERAL REPRESENTATION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF FLANDERS

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  1. Flanders Day Online: Street Art

    Flanders Day Online: Street Art

    On the occasion of Flanders Day, we have compiled five videos showcasing original and inspiring cooperation projects between Flanders and South Africa.
  2. Flanders Day Online: Two Brothers From Another Sea

    Flanders Day Online: Two Brothers From Another Sea

    On 11 July, Flanders celebrates the Day of the Flemish Community. To mark this occasion, we have invited Flemish and South African artists, chefs and academics to reflect on their cooperation. Over the next five days we bring you some of our most original and exciting cooperative projects. We hope that you will enjoy and feel inspired!

  3. Vacature Attaché Ontwikkelingssamenwerking in Malawi

    Vacature Attaché Ontwikkelingssamenwerking in Malawi

    et Vlaams Departement Buitenlandse Zaken is op zoek naar een attaché ontwikkelingssamenwerking voor het landenkantoor in Malawi. Wil jij een bijdrage leveren aan duurzame landbouwontwikkeling in Malawi, en word je graag onze nieuwe collega, dan kan je solliciteren kan tot 7 augustus.
  4. Water and carbon footprint report 2019

    Water and carbon footprint report 2019

    The General Representation of the Government of Flanders has committed to continue monitoring and reporting on its water and carbon footprint and to actively work towards reducing its impact on the environment and on climate change, as well as offsetting the carbon emissions of the office by undertaking “green” options and activities.
  5. IDAHOT2020 Webinar “Queer Resilience in the time of Covid-19”

    IDAHOT2020 Webinar “Queer Resilience in the time of Covid-19”

    5/19/2020 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

    The General Representation of the Government of Flanders, in cooperation with Çavaria and the Centre for Sexualities, AIDS & Gender of the University of Pretoria, organises the webinar on “Queer Resilience in the time of Covid-19”. We will unpack the ways in which these constraints affect the LGBT+ community, and want to offer organisations and individuals a framework of support, with a focus on resilience to get through this crisis.
  6. Virtual SEED South Africa Symposium

    Virtual SEED South Africa Symposium

    5/6/2020

    On 6 May, the virtual SEED South Africa Symposium will take place on the topic of "Water Wise and Climate Smart Entrepreneurship for Climate Change Adaptation and Resilient Communities". You can engage, collaborate, and co-create through online interactive sessions and visit the virtual exhibition.
  7. IFPRI study on the role of interactive radio programming in advancing women’s empowerment in Malawi

    IFPRI study on the role of interactive radio programming in advancing women’s empowerment in Malawi

    IFPRI has published a discussion paper on 'The Role of Interactive Radio Programming in Advancing Women’s Empowerment and Crop and Dietary Diversity. Mixed Methods Evidence from Malawi.'

    The Government of Flanders provided a 1.045.000 Euro grant to Farm Radio Trust in the period between July 2015 and December 2019 for the project 'Scaling up Radio and ICTs in Enhancing Extension Delivery (SRIEED)'. IFPRI received a 45.000 Euro grant for extension studies in Malawi. This discussion paper is one of the outputs thereof.
  8. ACE obtains Malawi’s first ever issued Commodity Exchange License

    ACE obtains Malawi’s first ever issued Commodity Exchange License

    The Government of Flanders gladly congratulates the Agricultural Commodity Exchange for Africa (ACE) for obtaining Malawi’s first ever issued Commodity Exchange License by the Registrar of Financial Institutions. Obtaining the license means that ACE’s operations are now recognised as formal structured trade and monitored by the Reserve Bank of Malawi.
  9. Overview of ongoing Flemish research initiatives in combat against Covid-19 published

    Overview of ongoing Flemish research initiatives in combat against Covid-19 published

    In the past few weeks, numerous science and innovation initiatives have been arising in Flanders in response to the Covid-19 crisis - as is the case in many other parts of the world. Many of these are bottom-up, often in the framework of the EU's Horizon 2020 programme. Flemish research groups, life science companies, universities, experts and industry all play a part in the guidance, the decision-making and in providing solutions to help address this global health challenge.

    The Flanders Department of Economy, Science and Innovation has published an overview of the ongoing research initiatives in epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment and social impact.
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