The right to education
In Uganda, boys often receive more support for education than girls. But Agnes Mbambu fights for her right to education.
Clean energy as an engine for development
ADA supports six centres for renewable energy worldwide; another one is in the planning stage.
Austria partners with UNIDO to boost sustainable energy in Central America
VIENNA, 28 November 2017 - On the margins of the 17th session of the General Conference, Hiroshi Kuniyoshi, Deputy to the Director General of the...
Austria in the lead
Austria takes over the chair of donor coordination in the water and sanitation sector in Uganda.
Support of Social Protection
Austria, together with the EU, supports the Palestinian Authority in promoting the rule of law and democracy as well as helping disadvantaged...
Limnology in Uganda
How a Master's programme contributes to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals in Uganda.
Empowering Voters Means Empowering Women
How voter education in Uganda has changed women’s lives for the better.
Stand up for your rights!
Human rights and land rights are challenging issues in Uganda. The young Ugandan woman Zulia Nyakahara advocates for those who are disadvantaged.
Success for Women in Kosovo
ADA partner, Kosovo Women’s Network, takes initial role in setting up a new governmental strategy fighting domestic violence.
Vienna Energy Forum 2017
Vienna Energy Forum to contribute to successful implementation of SDGs and Paris Agreement.
Uganda: Clean water for refugees
Due to the precarious situation in South Sudan, many people are seeking refuge in Uganda. ADA helps them to gain access to clean water and sanitary...
Research for development
Uganda: New Centre for Research and Innovation in Social Work officially launched.
Vocational Training Centre in Bhutan
Children and youth with disabilities gain education and life skills.
Helping people to help themselves
The Austrian Development Agency (ADA) continues to support rural development in Kosovo with an additional 1.65 million euros.
In December 2016, Armenia’s first buckwheat processing plant was opened in Tsovagyugh.