On January 17, 2018 FAKT organized a training on the relevance of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) / Agenda 2030 for development cooperation. It started with an introduction to the SDGs as well as the monitoring and indicator system set up at international level and in Germany.
Informal apprenticeship, long considered as inferior by policy makers, is still the most common form for acquisition of vocational skills in developing countries.
The culture section of DeGEval, the German-language evaluation society, invited for a day in April 2017 on professionalization in evaluation through systemic perspectives.
An advanced training course on Systemic Issues and Appreciative Inquiry took place in April 2017.
Beginning of this year, FAKT organised an international thematic workshop on Social Enterprise and Employment Promotion at 'Haus der Wirtschaft Baden-Württemberg' in Stuttgart.
On October 6th, 2016 FAKT conducted an in-house training for consultants on the analysis of organizations. The first part of the event focused on analyzing the internal logics that play out in different types of organizations.
As a consultant to the GIZ project “Development fund for co-operation with civil society in Kyrgyzstan” FAKT-Consult and its British partner INTRAC (International NGO Training and Research Centre) have supported GIZ in its endeavours to (1) strengthen civil society in Kyrgyzstan especially in rur
Concept development for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation projects.
Neue Publikation von Brot für die Welt, Ausgabe Aktuell 53, zum Thema "Fracking im globalen Süden" ist erschienen.
Access to markets proved to be a crucial pre-condition for the development of rural areas with a high percentage of agricultural producers.
Our associate consultant Gottfried Horneber has published an article on the international conference held in Congo on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the “Informal Network Cassava, Bananas and Rice”.
German development support activities concentrate on six Northern provinces in Afghanistan.
Gilgit-Baltistan is Pakistan’s most elevated northern tip of the country and home of the region’s fresh water resources, an abundance of wild-life and highly adapted smallholder agriculture.
One of the important findings established during a world-wide impact evaluation of Misereor's rural development projects was that the pillars of resilience, such as secure and stable agricultural production and dynamic community based organizations, were effectively strengthened by Misereor's app
On behalf of KfW, FAKT has designed an integrated project approach for social and economic integration of youth in conflict affected and fragile regions.