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SeeNet Program – A trans-local network for the cooperation between Italy and South East Europe

The Centro Studi di Politica Internazionale (CeSPI) of Rome (Italy) with headquarter in Via d’Aracoeli, 11, 00186 – Rome, and SRC&IT agree to strengthen mutual knowledge and understanding, to foster friendly cooperation and to promote academic collaboration and exchange on issues of common interest and, in particular, on decentralization and local development dynamics in the South East European area (SEE), in the framework of the European Union enlargement process.
The pursuit of this objective concurs to the realisation of the Seenet Programme. It contributes to facilitate the dialogue among countries, regions and local authorities from Italy and SEE for an effective and democratic territorial development and for long-term partnerships at regional level and with the Italian system of decentralized cooperation.

C-CHANGE PROGRAM – USAID Funded Project

January – May 2009: Albania Family Planning Research – Improving access and use of modern contraception among young men and women: C-Change Project – implemented from Academy for Educational Development, Inc. USA
Study Purpose: The research evaluate the initial phase of the Albania family planning program implemented from C-Change Project and to further understand the factors underlying choice of contraception method to inform the development of additional programs.

EDU – PRO Project in Vocational education and training (VET)

SRC&IT task (January – March 2008): as an External Evaluator, did study the progress up to date of the EDU_PRO project objectives – a Vocational Training Center (VTC) in Pogradec city which provides training and education to prepare and refresh the knowledge of participants with labor market demands. Being in line with Vocational Education and Training sector in Albania, this project is composed of two was components: vocational education and vocational training.

Child Trafficking project implemented from BKTF Coalition – OSCE funded:

AAIE tasks (December 2007): Evaluate the impact of the campaign on awareness, behavior, attitude and response of the general public toward the forced child begging phenomenon; examine the direct impact of the campaign on forced child beggars and their exploiters. This objective aims at evaluating the alteration of the demand side profit due to the messages delivered by the anti-forced begging campaign