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In the database you can find factsheets of all VNG International projects running since the last four years.

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CILG/VNG International celebrates 5 years of successful service provision

At the beautiful location of the Saint Louis Cathedral in Carthage Neila Akrimi, the director of CILG, received the guests on behalf of her team and presented an impressive overview of the tangible results of the different projects in Tunisia and Libya which they implemented: more than 2000 municipal officers have been trained, significant advise…

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City Deals to Deal with Cities

Making the real live problems of people the starting point… Take a look at our City Deals animation video, which challenges you to experiment new ways of working. Don’t be afraid and learn as you go…  

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CIUDAD experience captured in video

The CIUDAD Supporting Mechanism has prepared a video to document the results of some of the CIUDAD grant projects. Shooting has been carried out in Lebanon, Morocco and Georgia. The video can be watched through this link. The “Cooperation In Urban Development And Dialogue” (CIUDAD) programme aimed to help local governments in the European Neighbourhood…

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CIUDAD Supporting mechanism for decentralised cooperation newly acquired

VNG International has successfully acquired a new project to support grant beneficiaries  in the countries bordering the European Union. The project is the “Cooperation in Urban Development and Dialogue” (CIUDAD).  Cornerstone of the entire CIUDAD programme is the partnership approach of decentralised cooperation, providing an excellent opportunity to building capacity for the modernisation and strengthening…

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Cleaning up the Beqaa Valley in Lebanon: an important first step

The town of Ghazze, nearby the Syrian border in the Beqaa valley, is one of the most affected towns of the Syrian refugee crisis. There are an estimated 15.000-20.000 refugees, vastly outnumbering the roughly 10.000 Lebanese inhabitants. The poorest of the Syrian refugees settled around the Ghazze dump site, the only place where they could…

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