Guinea has been a partner country of the Belgian governmental development cooperation since 2015. Through this partnership we aim to structurally support the human rights and social and economic development in the country.
We aim to improve the economic, technical and social performance of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in 3 areas: the agricultural sector, targeting the pineapple, mango and potato value chains; urban entrepreneurship, particularly in New Information and Communication Technology (NICT) and incubators; and women entrepreneurship.
Sexual and reproductive rights
The programme ‘She Decides’ improves access to sexual and reproductive rights for women and youths. It furthermore focuses on gender-based violence issues.
We focus on capacity development in growth sectors, particularly of NGOs, small enterprises and civil society. It entails consultation workshops and needs studies and solutions to improve productivity.
‘SANITA Clean Cities’ is an EU-funded programme aimed at professionalising solid waste management in the capital Conakry and in the city of Kindia. The aim is to improve door-to-door collection, sorting and recycling of waste, whilst also improving road management and gutter cleaning to better deal with rainwater runoff.
Socio-economic opportunities for youth
The European Union offers prospects to youths by supporting work floor training schemes: Youths learn skills on the work floor to help them subsequently find jobs and become integrated in society. This programme is also being offered to young migrants returning to Guinea.
Have a look at all our projects in Guinea via our web-platform open.enabel.
Our projects in Guinea
Social, political and economic reasons drive people away in search of a better life. In Guinea, Enabel works with young unemployed Guineans and Guinean migrants who have returned to their homeland.
The road to work
Contact the Enabel team in Guinea
News & Events
15 December 2022
Take part in our #EnablingTheFuture event
On 15 December, Enabel invites you to its first event on the theme of social innovation in its office in Brussels or online. #EnablingTheFuture
22 November 2022
Study: Quality of Youth Corners and Youth-friendly Services and Expectations in Rwanda
This booklet presents a summary of the results of the assessment of the Quality of youth corners and other related youth-friendly services at the health centers and expectations of young people and the community. The study was conducted to assess the quality status of services offered to young people in the Youth Corners identify adolescents’/community expectations to draw recommendations and design evidence-based strategies for improvement of the ASRH services.
22 November 2022
Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Study on Adolescents’ Sexual and Reproductive Health in Rwanda
The Government of Rwanda has made efforts to improve Sexual and Reproductive Health of adolescents and youth through the adoption of various policies and strategies to ensure an access to affordable and equitable services. However, the country continues to face several pressing challenges related to adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Read the study
23 November 2022
Interview with Adélaïde Kourouma on Urban Entrepreneurship in Guinea
Fostering the growth of emerging Guinean businesses. Read the interview.
24 August 2022
Social Health Protection – A path to fight against inequalities
Every country in the world faces the challenge of protecting its population. But how to set up social protection? Where to start? Enabel provides a roadmap based on our expertise.
22 November 2022
Brochure: Belgium – Mozambique cooperation programme 2023-2028
The Belgian cooperation has been active in Mozambique for 20 years. Enabel focuses on improving the living conditions of people through close collaboration with the Mozambican public institutions, private sector, civil society and communities. Read the brochure for more information.