Women net menders of Cherchell

DIVECO 2 : Caught up in the nets mended by the women of Cherchell

21 November 2019
Launched in 2015, the Programme to support diversification of the fisheries sector’s economy-DIVECO 2 has the aim of increasing the economic diversification of Algeria through sustainable development and the improvement of economic performance in the fisheries sector. The programme was organised…
Craftswomen in Laghouat

Laghouat : highlighted heritage and enhanced rural areas

23 October 2019
Laghouat is located at the heart of the Tell Atlas, this steppe chain which crosses Algeria from east to west, separating the Sahara from the mountain ranges of the North. In this part of Algeria, summers are very dry and locals are used to find refuge under a big tent of goat hair, the "kheima".…
Sujood Darabkeh’s, the 22-year-old winner of the EU-funded Creative Jordan Fashion Designer Competition “Khayt”.

Stitching Jordanian traditions into innovative design

28 August 2019
The EU-funded Creative Jordan Fashion Designer Competition (“Khayt”) was launched for the first time this year in Jordan, with the goal of advancing the fashion and design industry through creative and innovative partnerships between designers and fashion and textile manufacturers. The non-profit…
Professional integration of people with disabilities

Institutional twinning between France and Algeria to promote the professional integration of people with disabilities

25 January 2019
Fostering a paradigm shift towards equal access to the world of work Launched in January 2017, the France-Algeria institutional twinning programme “Support for strengthening the Capacities of the MSNFCF (Ministry for National Solidarity, Family and Women) in their comprehensive strategy for…
Messaoud Lecheheb Charif

Development of clusters in cultural and creative industries in the Southern Mediterranean

14 June 2018
Constantine’s coppersmiths open up to new horizons Launched in 2014, the regional project “Development of clusters in cultural and creative industries in the Southern Mediterranean”, co-financed by the European Union and the Italian Development Cooperation Agency, gives coppersmiths in…
Tateh Lehbib shows how to build an ecological house from waste plastic bottles filled with sand. The circular houses, built in the Tindouf refugee camp, are resistant to wind and heavy rains and offer good protection against the harshness of the Algerian desert.

Tateh, the Hamada Eco Builder

18 January 2018
Tateh Lahbib Braïka received a scholarship from the Erasmus Mundus Higher Education Mobility Programme and studied Energy Efficiency at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands. After obtaining a master's degree, he returned to the Sahrawi refugee camps in south-western…
Members of the Regional Theater of Bejaia greeting the audience during the 13th Amazigh Theater Festival of Soumam at the youth house Abderahmane Fares in Akbou. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Membres de la troupe du Théâtre régional de Béjaïa remercient le public à l'occasion du 13è Festival du théâtre amateur amazigh de Soummam, organisé da

Municipal Youth Council of Akbou: Where young people can!

16 January 2018
The Etoile Culturelle d’Akbou Association is at the forefront of youth citizenship education. Having formed the first Municipal Youth Council in 2012, this association has reinforced the concept and expanded throughout Algeria with the help of the European Union.
A young trainee stonemason at the vocational training center of the SDH association in Oran.

Putting heritage at the service of employment and social integration

15 January 2018
The ‘Santé Sidi El Houari’ (SDH) Association in Oran has been training and reintegrating troubled youngsters into society for over twenty years. The SDH field school, which is ren­ovating an 18th century heritage site, has trained interns, artisans and architecture students as part of the Youth Em­…