Development education is a lifelong educational process which aims to increase public awareness and understanding ofthe rapidly changing, interdependent and unequal world in which we live. By challenging stereotypes and encouraging independent thinking, development education helps people to critically explore how global justice issues interlink with their everyday lives.
Malawi CSP Evaluation Report 2010-2014
Uganda Country Strategy Paper 2016-2020
Irish Aid Volunteering Fair 2016 Brochure
Ethiopia has an area of 1,104,300 square km and is landlocked. Ethiopia has a diversity of climatic and biophysical settings, ranging from equatorial rainforest in the south and southwest, which is characterized by high rainfall and humidity, to Afro-Alpine on the summits of the Semen and Bale mountains and desert-like conditions in the north-east, east and south-east lowlands.
Malawi is a landlocked country in southeast Africa of approximately 118,480 square kilometers with a population of over 17 million. Over 80% of the population depends on farming to survive. Annual temperature has increased by 0.9C degrees from 1960 to 2006 with a projected increase of between 1.1 to 3.0C degrees by the 2060s
Mozambique is on the south-east coast Africa and covers a territorial area of 799,380 square kilometres and has a population of approximately 28 million. It has a tropical to subtropical climate, with some semi-arid regions in the southwest of the country.
Sierra Leone, located on the west coast of Africa, has a total area of 71,740 km2 with an estimated population of over 6 million. The average annual temperature has increased by 0.8C degrees since 1960 and projections suggest an increase in annual temperature by 1.0 to 2.6C degrees by the 2060s
With a total area of 945,087 square kilometres and with an estimated population of over 53 million, Tanzania is one of the largest countries in East Africa. The average annual temperature in Tanzania has increased by 1.0ºC since 1960 and is projected to increase by 1.0ºC to 2.7ºC by the 2060s.
Uganda is a landlocked country in east Africa, approximately 236,040 square kilometres in size. The population is approximately 39 million which is expected to grow to over 93 million in the 2040s. Average annual temperature has increased by 1.3 degrees C since 1960 and there will be a projected increase between 1.0 degrees C and 3.1 degrees C and increases in annual rainfall by the 2060s
The total land area of Vietnam is 329,569 square kilometre and it has a population estimated at over 91 million. Vietnam has the highest population density in Southeast Asia after Singapore, with a national average of 232 people/km2 and up to 1,000 people/km2 in the Northern Delta.
Zambia is a landlocked country located in Southern Africa with a population of approximately 16 million. The territory of Zambia covers 752,618 square kilometres.
Irish Aid's 2015 Annual Report details the many results delivered through Ireland’s aid programme, Irish Aid, across our partner countries and beyond in 2015. It includes key policy developments, and details of Irish Aid expenditure across the world.
Vietnam Country Strategy Programme 2011-2015 Evaluation Report