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Programme countries

 

In 2010, the territorial priorities subject to Czech development cooperation changed. While in the previous five-year cycle (2005-2010), the Czech Republic had provided assistance to eight priority countries via a cooperation programme, thus making them programme countries (Angola, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yemen, Moldova, Mongolia, Serbia, Vietnam and Zambia), in 2010, following the adoption of the new Strategy, the number of partner countries that are currently subject to a cooperation programme was reduced to Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ethiopia, Moldova and Mongolia.

Afghanistan

Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (Afghanistan) has long been among the foreign-policy priorities of the Czech Republic and, as such, has been included among priority programme countries for… more ►

Ethiopia

In spite of substantial economic growth in recent years, Ethiopia ranks 173rd out of 186 countries according to the Human Development Index. more ►

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina has been one of the Czech Republic’s foreign policy priorities for a long time. That is why in the Development Cooperation Strategy 2010 – 2017 it has been included in the… more ►

Moldova

Moldova has been one of the Czech Republic’s foreign policy priorities. In the Development Cooperation Strategy 2010 – 2017, Moldova is included among the highest priority countries, the ones… more ►

Mongolia

In spite of substantial economic growth in recent years, Mongolia ranked no. 110 out of 187 countries in the world according to the Human Development Index in 2012. more ►

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