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21 Jul 2017
On July 19the the final conference of the EU-funded project ‘Preparation of Actions in Regional Development in Armenia’ was organized in Yerevan. The beneficiary of the project is the Ministry of Territorial Administration, other beneficiaries are the Marzes (regions) of Armenia outside Yerevan.       The project, which has run for almost four years, has met the following objectives:
20 Jul 2017
Ecorys and Fraunhofer IWES conducted a study on the potential of ocean engery, which is now available in the EU Bookshop. The study focusses on the significant ocean energy resource of Europe, which could contribute to the decarbonisation of the energy system and create a new industry with export opportunities worldwide. Despite advancements in the last two decades, tapping into this resource has turned out to be a challenge.   
17 Jul 2017
  On 7th-8th June 2017, Ecorys exhibited the Economic Empowerment of the Poorest Programme/ Stimulating Household Improvements Resulting in Economic Empowerment (EEP/SHIREE) at the European Development Days conference in Brussels, under the theme of “Fragility and Resilience”.  This was the first time Ecorys has exhibited a project at this event.    
17 Jul 2017
On behalf of the European Commission, Ecorys together with CEPS, will undertake a study on cash payment restriction. Cash-based economies and businesses are vulnerable to money laundering and financing of terrorism. As terrorist organisations such as the so-called Islamic State, Colombian FARC, ETA, Hamas, Boko Haram, and Al-Qaeda and its affiliates are largely dependent on the use, transfer and storage of cash, this study will mainly focus on the use of cash to finance terror.    Current situation
05 Jul 2017
If you’re a political commentator, Brexit is the gift that keeps giving. Column inches can be filled relatively easily with speculation on the nature of Brexit, the impact on the economy, how it will affect the upcoming election and even the exact discussions at Theresa May’s alleged “dinner party from hell” with Jean-Claude Juncker.
05 Jul 2017
“The CSEF 2 project has really opened my eyes” Rhoida Salimu is a 48-year-old mother of six, who lives in a village called Mwalubemba in Chongwe District of the Republic of Zambia, where the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland (MFA) is supporting a project focused on improved environment and natural resource management through the promotion of sustainable organic agriculture and other sustainable technologies and practices.