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Dimitra Clubs captured on video!

MAY, 2016

FAO has produced a series of four videos to illustrate the dynamic nature of the Dimitra Clubs and the impact that they can achieve. The short films aim to promote this good practice developed by FAO, which has been successfully implemented in various settings and with a range of partners.

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Newsletter 28, March 2016

Dimitra newsletter 28 highlights experiences of development approaches that are helping in the fight against poverty in rural areas. Reducing rural poverty is one of FAO’s strategic objectives for the coming years, to which the Dimitra project is making a special contribution. It outlines the project’s most recent activities and achievements, especially the development and growing impact of the Dimitra Clubs.

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Dimitra Clubs: A unique approach

What is it that makes the Dimitra Clubs so special?
This fact sheet answers that question by highlighting the eight key features that are crucial to the functioning of the Dimitra Clubs, and which make the approach unique.

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