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"The ethical fashion Ghana project" launched

"The ethical fashion Ghana project" launched

Accra, 27 June 2014, GNA - The Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOTI), in collaboration with the Swiss Government, has launched a fashion project to establish a sustainable export market. More...
AgriGuide in the process of being tested and improved

AgriGuide in the process of being tested and improved

ICV is gearing up to prepare the next phase of the AgriGuide project, focusing on agricultural practices, as well as information provided to herders and fishermen. More...
I will return to Timbuktu

I will return to Timbuktu

A testimonial by a Tuareg Leader
The representative of ICV and its E-TIC program has to flee the war that is currently shaking Mali. More...
Timbuktu freed

Timbuktu freed

It is with relief that we hear Timbuktu has been freed, but with sadness for all the treasures lost, in particular the manuscripts of Ahmed Baba. More...
Swiss Government supports the Ethical Fashion initative

Swiss Government supports the Ethical Fashion initative

The Ethical Fashion Initiative Ghana Project, funded by the Swiss Government, is aimed at supporting young entrepreneurs in the fashion and fabric industry to create employment. More...
Guédé Chantier Agriculteurs, éleveurs et pêcheurs s'y penchent

Guédé Chantier Agriculteurs, éleveurs et pêcheurs s'y penchent

(Correspondance) - "Pesticides ou méthodes d'agriculture intégrée, voire biologique". More...
E-TIC: screening of film and debate in Guédé-Chantier, Senegal

E-TIC: screening of film and debate in Guédé-Chantier, Senegal

The screening of the film 'Agriculture of Tomorrow' took place in the Ecocommune of Guede-Chantier, Podor in the Fouta region of Senegal. More...
Ethical Fashion Survey

Ethical Fashion Survey

Have you every bought a 'ethical fashion' product? Why did you do so? What is most important for you when choosing a product (its price, style)? Share your point of view with us!. More...
ICTs for Africa Roundtable

ICTs for Africa Roundtable

Examples from Agriculture, Health and the Textile Sector
On 21st September 2012, five years to the day since the launch of the initial idea of the E-TIC program, concrete results were presented at the International Conference Center of Geneva on the use of communication technologies in rural areas of Africa. More...
E-TIC: call for illustrations

E-TIC: call for illustrations

The E-TIC program of ICV is looking for skilled artists and illustrators to participate in a communications campaign in West Africa. More...
E-TIC: linking knowledge with needs

E-TIC: linking knowledge with needs

ICV’s E-TIC program focuses on activities in both Mali and Senegal, providing tools and training components to small farmers, herders and fishermen. More...

E-TIC: étude de cas

L’utilisation des technologies par des agriculteurs en Afrique de l’Ouest
Le projet E-TIC vise à fournir des outils et des éléments de formation de sorte que les petits agriculteurs, les éleveurs et les pêcheurs puissent mieux vendre leurs produits. More...
WSIS Stocktaking: Success Stories 2011

WSIS Stocktaking: Success Stories 2011

Case Study E-TIC.net: Use of Technology by Farmers in West Africa
"Success Stories 2011" presents projects focusing on the use of information and communication technologies and implemented in continuation of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) held in Geneva (2003) and Tunis (2005). More...
Les collectivités locales à pied d’oeuvre

Les collectivités locales à pied d’oeuvre

Réduction de la Fracture Numérique
Dakar, Sénégal -- Les responsables du Cresp et d'Erev ont procédé, à la remise de diplôme de formation en création de sites web. More...

Cérémonie de remise de diplômes du projet OSIWA

Discours de Mme Viola Krebs, Directrice exécutive d’ICVolontaires
Messieurs les Maires,Madame la Directrice du Programme d’OSIWA,Madame la Directrice d'EREV et du CRESP,Monsieur le Directeur du Programme,. More...

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