Czechia helping abroad
Clean water, affordable health care, the opportunity to go to school, or the chance to till your own field may seem like common things to us, but they are an unattainable dream for millions of people.
The Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with a number of humanitarian NGOs, is working to improve the lives of people in less developed parts of the world. We will bring you human interest stories from six priority countries for Czech development cooperation.
Financial support for small businesses is changing the lives of people in Zambia
High rates of unemployment and malnourishment, poor infrastructure and a lack of skilled labour make Zambia one of the least developed countries in the world.
Czechia helping establish autism support strategy in Moldova
Moldova is one of the six priority countries for Czech development cooperation, which focuses, among other things, on helping children with autism.
Czechs in Cambodia fighting child mortality and floods
Czechia has many friends in Cambodia. Hundreds of Cambodians have graduated from Czech universities and due to ongoing cooperation, the ties that bind remain strong.
Czech cooperation aid in Georgia: From local business support to landscape protection
Landscape protection, development of tourism and support of alternative social services – these are just a few examples of Czech development cooperation in Georgia.
Fighting unemployment and getting girls back into school: Czech development projects in Ethiopia
While just under a third of Ethiopias inhabitants live below the poverty line and more than half are illiterate, the population is growing fast.
A wine register and clean drinking water: Czech development projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Czechia has been developing close partnerships in Bosnia and Herzegovina since the 1990s and has also been supporting it in its preparations for EU accession.