On World Environment Day, Wednesday 5 June, Progressio Ireland is launching ClimatePro – a new partnership initiative designed to tackle climate change in a fair and effective wa ... read more
Progressio development worker Bernardo writes: In the past weeks we have been monitoring the work we’re doing in collaboration with GIZ [the Green Libon project]. This is so ... read more
Progressio development worker Karina writes: Over the past week we have been continuing workshops on food security and preventive health with women of the mothers’ centers an ... read more
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Progressio Ireland's “Waterproof Development” campaign fights for the equitable and sustainable management of global water resources, with a specific focus on poor and vulnerable groups. With this campaign Progressio aims to address the unsustainable and unjust patterns of water access and consumption.
We recently campaigned for stronger commitments and"The Future We Want" the Rio +20 conference in Rio De Janiro in June 2012.
Thank you for voting - we won the award!
Progressio's Waterproofing Development VideoAnd the winner is ... Progreessio Ireland! Our video won the Better Together Video Awards. Thanks to the amazing support by our friends and followers we gathered enough public votes to get us into the finals. Read more
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Young Film Makers
Environmental Awareness in El Salvador
The children of El Tamarindo in El Salvador wrote, planned and shot this video about environmental awareness and advocay education. Read more...