Peace and Justice
In January 2016, AFD integrated governance into its field of competence and now assists its partners in their political and citizen-based transition. Sustainable development cannot be achieved without peace, stability and the deployment of transparent and effective institutions all over the world. Our areas of action: public finance management, economic governance, State reforms, the rule of law, justice, migrations and the fight against human trafficking.
© Pierre Terdjman / AFD.
AFD, PEACE AND JUSTICE: REINVENTING MORE INCLUSIVE GOVERNANCE MODELS
Promoting an enhanced public policy dialogue
Building the capacities of institutions and supporting their development
Preventing crises by reducing vulnerabilities
million euros committed in 2016
This map is for illustrative purposes only and does not engage the responsibility of the AFD Group
News & Events
The Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE), the Directorate General of the Treasury (DG Trésor) and the French Development Agency (AFD) have requested an evaluation of French development ...
AFD is regularly called upon to support urban development projects in areas recovering from crises, be they natural or political. Above and beyond the simple reconstruction of buildings, such requests ...
There are several approaches to fragile states. The first, based on the crisis cycle, distinguishes between deteriorating countries, countries in prolonged crisis, countries emerging from crisis, and countries showing gradual ...
Low-income countries face substantial tax policy challenges arising from tax avoidance techniques that for many years have been used routinely by multinational companies. This policy brief explores how the international ...
From 2009, insecurity linked to the insurgency of the Boko Haram group and its repression spreads from the heart of Nigerian Borno to the north-east of the country and then to ...
Promoting social cohesion is one of the most difficult, yet one of the most important, challenges facing South Africa. However, while there is a widespread agreement that social cohesion influences ...
Social cohesion has increasingly become a subject of interest for international organisations, governments, policy-makers and other practitioners. Whilst social cohesion is not a new concept, finding its origins in the ...
The Operation "Gcin'amanzi" (Zulu for "water conservation") in Soweto is one of the country's most ambitious water-related projects. In post-apartheid South Africa the project was essential. Since the fall of ...
AFD Group has been supporting the development of local financial systems since the early 1950s. Today, it is one of the leading donors operating in the financial inclusion sector in ...
Respond to people's immediate and essential needs and to place AFD interventions into a perspective of development. The major aim of this action by AFD and its partners is to ...
AFD has chosen to make the fight against vulnerabilities and the response to crises one of the main axes of its activity. Indeed in the 2025 prospective exercise that AFD undertook, ...
AFD’s motto, « A word in common », illustrates the interdependence of women and men who share the same space and destiny. Crises – whether relating to security, politics, health, food, economics, ...
Access to the electricity network for the populations of northern Burkina Faso (SONABEL) In Burkina Faso, a majority of the population doesn’t have access to electricity. For Moussa and ...
Social assistance and climate resilience programme in Mauritania In Mauritania, a TEKAVOUL social protection system allows families to keep children in school. It is a support and a regular payment ...
Improving quality and access to education in Mali (PAQAMA) The PAQAMA project is a ground breaking program to revive education in the Gao region, a vulnerable area in Mali. A ...