The increasingly protracted and complex nature of most crises has driven local populations, local organisations and the aid community to a difficult position to save lives and provide resort, while trying to address the root causes of needs, vulnerabilities and risks; and ensuring a long-term, sustainable impact of their interventions.

Let's meet Giancarlo Canzanelli, ILS LEDA President, in 3 questions.

Monks in Zabaikal region

The PROZVET Project, carried on in the Russian regions of Karelia and Zabaikal achieved in its first year of action the following general results:

Since November 2020 ILS LEDA is involved in CROLET Project leaded by WeWorld, in partnership with Italian and Tunisian organizations.
During the last weeks Tunisia is struggling against a new strong wave of COVID-19.
Clearly, the pandemic strongly affects the socio-economic life of the population and all work activities.

ILS LEDA is a partner of ISUDWOG - Inclusive and Sustainable Development for Women and Girls - a project co-financed by the European Union and carried out in the district of Osmanabad (India), with particular reference to 8 blocks (clusters of villages).

In November 18 the Accountability Assembly of ADELDOM – the Network of Dominican Local Economic Development Agencies – was held with the participation of LEDAs’ representatives from seven provinces: Bahoruco, Dajabón, El Seibo, Valverde, Monte Plata, Santiago Rodríguez and Sánchez Ramírez.

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