24 May 2017 News flash
Dans le cadre de son programme de volontariat, la Direction de la Coopération Internationale vient de recruter 3 nouveaux Volontaires Internationaux de Monaco (VIM), au Sénégal, au Burkina Faso et...Read more of Trois nouveaux Volontaires Internationaux de Monaco sur le continent africain
24 May 2017 News flash
As part of its volunteer programme, the Department of International Cooperation has recently recruited 3 new Monaco International Volunteers (Volontaires Internationaux de Monaco) (VIM), in Senegal...Read more of Three New International Monaco Volunteers on the African continent
18 May 2017 News flash
Faced with an unprecedented food crisis threatening 20 million people in Africa, the Prince’s Government recently released almost EUR 500,000 in response to several emergency appeals.These funds wi...Read more of Emergency food aid: Monaco takes action
Joint Press release - Principality of Monaco and Senegal cooperate in fight against sickle cell disease12 May 2017 Press release
As part of efforts to strengthen cooperation between Monaco and Senegal, a Monegasque delegation* travelled to Dakar from 8 to 10 May 2017 for a working visit focused on the fight against sickle ce...Read more of Joint Press release - Principality of Monaco and Senegal cooperate in fight against sickle cell disease
Partnership between the Government of the Principality of Monaco and Amref Flying Doctors to improve infant and maternal health in Senegal09 May 2017 News flash
On 8 May 2017, Ms Isabelle Rosabrunetto, Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the Government of the Principality of Monaco, and Dr Sylla Thiam, Regional Director,...Read more of Partnership between the Government of the Principality of Monaco and Amref Flying Doctors to improve infant and maternal health in Senegal
Monaco took part in a high-level pledging event for the humanitarian crisis in Yemen. The conference was held in Geneva on 25 April 2017 and was c...26 April 2017 News flash
Monaco a participé à une Conférence de haut-niveau des donateurs pour la crise humanitaire au Yémen co-organisée, le 25 avril 2017, à Genève, par la Suisse et la Suède, sous l’égide des Nations Unies.Read more of Monaco took part in a high-level pledging event for the humanitarian crisis in Yemen. The conference was held in Geneva on 25 April 2017 and was c...
25 April 2017 Press release
According to the World Health Organisation, one child still dies of malaria every two minutes, primarily in Africa. In view of this fact, the Prince’s Government, through the Department of Internat...Read more of 25 April: World Malaria Day, a flagship programme for Monaco’s Official Development Assistance
13 April 2017 News flash
On Friday 7 April, Gilles Tonelli, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Dr Marie-Madeleine Togo, Malian Minister of Health and Public Hygiene, and Dr François Bourlon, Vice President of the...Read more of First cardiac catheterisation laboratory in Mali: launch of construction
10 April 2017 Press release
From 4 to 7 April 2017, a Monegasque delegation*, led by Gilles Tonelli, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, made a working visit to Mali to hold discussions with the Malian authorities an...Read more of Working Visit by Gilles Tonelli to Mali
15 March 2017 Press release
The Monegasque association SHARE, the Prince's Government, AMADE Monaco and the Eco System company signed a partnership agreement on Wednesday 15 March to set up a cardiac catheterisation unit at t...Read more of Creation of a Cardiac Catheterisation Room in Mali
Public Aid for Development and International Cooperation
H.S.H. Sovereign Prince Albert II attaches particular importance to the pursuit of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nations in September 2015.
The international development policy of the Government of Monaco, which has made combatting poverty its priority in this area, each year provides support to more than 130 projects in 12 countries, primarily least developed countries (Madagascar, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Mauritania, Senegal et Burundi).
Monegasque aid, allocated via the Department of International Cooperation focuses on three priorities, in accordance with the national policies of the countries concerned: health, education and socio-economic integration.
The most vulnerable populations are the core target of Monaco’s Official Development Assistance. They include children, women, people with disabilities, refugees and so on.
Beyond these priorities, the Department for International Cooperation also takes action in other areas such as food security, civil protection and mine clearance.
Monaco’s Official Development Assistance is engaged in five flagship programmes:
- Fighting against sickle-cell disease
- Supporting vulnerable and street children
- Controlling pandemics (malaria, HIV/AIDS)
- Supporting people with disabilities
- Supporting national civil protection programmes
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