Field offices

The Italian Agency for Development Cooperation runs a network of 19 field offices for managing operations and initiatives in partner countries worldwide.

At an international level, the Agency makes use of a network of 19 foreign offices for the management of development cooperation initiatives in the relevant countries.

Africa

Ouagadougou

Partner countries: Burkina Faso, Ghana, Ivory Coast

Titolare: Laura Bonaiuti
tel. +226 25374142 / 25374038

Addis Ababa

Partner countries: Ethiopia, Djibuti, South Sudan, Sudan, Eritrea

Head of office: Isabella Lucaferri
tel. +251 (0) 11 1239600 / 01 / 02

Cairo

Head of office: Martino Melli
tel. +202 27958213

Nairobi

Partner countries: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda, RDC


Head of office: Giovanni Grandi
tel. + 254 (0) 20 5137200
tel. + 254 (0) 722 202302

Maputo

Partner countries: Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Malawi

Head of office: Paolo Enrico Sertoli
tel. +258 21491787 / 88

Dakar

Partner countries: Senegal, Sierra Leone, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Mali


Head of office:
tel. +221 338228711

Niamey

Partner countries: Niger, Camerun, Ciad, RCA

Head of office: Fabio Minniti

Khartoum

Partner countries: Sudan, Cameroon, Chad, Central African Republic, Eritrea

Head of office: Michele Morana
tel. +249 (183) 483466

Tunisi

Partner countries: Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Libya, Mauritania

Head of office: Andrea Senatori

Asia

Amman

Partner countries: Jordan, Iraq

Head of office: Emilio Cabasino
tel. +962 6 4658668

Beirut

Partner countries: Lebanon, Syria

Head of office: Alessandra Piermattei
tel. +961 5 951 376/377/378

Jerusalem

Partner countries: Palestine

Head of office: Roxane Weber
tel. +972 25327447

Hanoi

Partner countries: Vietnam

Tiziana Fusco
tel. +84 (0) 2437184661

Islamabad

Partner countries: Pakistan

Head of office: Francesco Zatta
tel. +92 51 283 3173
fax +92 51 283 3007

Latin America

Bogotà

Partner countries: Countries of Latin America

Head of office: Mario Beccia
tel. +537 8327079

San Salvador

Partner countries: El Salvador, Cuba, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Belize, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Caribbean islands

Head of office: Mauro Ghirotti
tel. +503 2298 4470

L'Avana

Partner countries: Cuba

Head of office: Antonio Festa
tel. +537 8327079

Europe

Tirana

Partner countries: Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia, North Macedonia, Serbia

Head of office: Stefania Vizzaccaro
tel. +35 542240881

Florence

Largo Louis Braille, 4 - già via Antonio Cocchi, 4
50131 Firenze

Kiev

Velyka Vasylkivska 24, Kyiv, 01004

Partner countries: Ucraina, Moldova

Head: Pietro Pipi

Cooperazione delegata UE

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Comitato Unico di Garanzia

Il Comitato Unico di Garanzia - CUG - nell’ambito del lavoro pubblico, esercita le proprie competenze al fine di assicurare parità e pari opportunità a tutti i dipendenti, la valorizzazione del benessere lavorativo e, rimane attento a qualsiasi forma di discriminazione.

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Read more Il Comitato Unico di Garanzia - CUG - nell’ambito del lavoro pubblico, esercita le proprie competenze al fine di assicurare parità e pari opportunità a tutti i dipendenti, la valorizzazione del benessere lavorativo e, rimane attento a qualsiasi forma di discriminazione.

The Italian cooperation system

Article 23 of Law 125/2014 introduces an important novelty: the Italian development cooperation system. The many and highly diverse public and private actors who are engaged in cooperation activities are called to work together and to promote coherent actions, with greater impact and efficiency. This means bringing together governmental bodies, universities, subjects involved in decentralised […]

The Italian cooperation system
Read more Article 23 of Law 125/2014 introduces an important novelty: the Italian development cooperation system. The many and highly diverse public and private actors who are engaged in cooperation activities are called to work together and to promote coherent actions, with greater impact and efficiency. This means bringing together governmental bodies, universities, subjects involved in decentralised […]

Partnerships

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Structure

Structure
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Director

Marco Riccardo Rusconi is the new director of Italian Agency for Development Cooperation The Italian Council of Ministers has nominated Marco Riccardo Rusconi as new Director of the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation.

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Profile and goals

Profile AICS – the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation – is one of key innovations established by the Italian law on international cooperation (Law No. 125/2014). The Agency began operating in January 2016, with the aim of aligning Italy with its principal European and global partners in the endeavor of development. Its basic model reflects […]

Read more Profile AICS – the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation – is one of key innovations established by the Italian law on international cooperation (Law No. 125/2014). The Agency began operating in January 2016, with the aim of aligning Italy with its principal European and global partners in the endeavor of development. Its basic model reflects […]