Projects

Another Development Foundation works with and within projects funded by different organisations. These projects could be local, national and international depending on orientation and agreements with partners.

Another Development Foundation in Jordan – Creative Force Project

Our partnership with WANA Institute, Jordan continues. During October 14th-17th 2019 a team representing Another Development Foundation travelled to Amman and Salt City for working with youth on gender equality, peace and social inclusion. The youth have produced films on these matters which will be used in communication with different organsations and partners. Besides of the filmevent at Salt Film Center, the team from Another Development Foundation also visited WANA Institute, Arab Women Organisation, Mercy Corps and IM Swedish Development

Creative Force Project with WANA Institute, Amman, Jordan

Another Development Foundation and WANA Institute, Amman, Jordan have been granted funds from Swedish Institute for a youth empowerment project on peace, gender equality and resilient human settlements (goal 16, 5 and 11 in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development). This is funded within the Creative Force Program - a funding program for international projects who works for democracy, human rights and freedom of expression through media or the arts. The project is in its beginning. More information will be

An Inquiry on Nonviolence and Strategies for Nonviolent Change

Another Development Foundation and ADEP - Another Development Perspective Ltd are working in collaboration with The Swedish Fellowship of Reconciliation with an inquiry on nonviolence, how knowledge on nonviolence can be communicated and used by civil society for the purpose of social change. The partners have started this exploration through dialogue in earlier collaborations – partly organized by Another Development Foundation which invited Lotta Sjöström Becker, the general secretary for The Swedish Fellowship of Reconciliation, Stellan Vinthagen, professor at University

International Launch of the Not Our Story – Change It! Campaign

The international campaign ”Not Our Story – Change It!” has now been launched. The day decided for the launch was The Day of the African Child, June 16th 2019 which emphasized the need of putting the rights of children first. As mentioned earlier in the flow of news from Another Development Foundation, this campaign is developed in the framework of an eigh-country partnership with a commitment for working against gender-based violence through creative media, and with special attention of working

Creativ Force Project Team at Tunis Forum on Gender Equality April 24th-26th 2019

The team working against gender-based violence and for freedom from violence through creative media funded by the Swedish Institute is happy to be invited by The Government of Tunisia, UNDP and UN Women to Tunis Forum on Gender Equality April 24th-26th 2019. The Creative Force Project team will be represented by Ingvar Rönnbäck, Founder of Another Development Foundation and ADEP - Another Development Perspective, Yvonne Anyango, Director of CASDA - Cooperation Arena for Sustainable Development in Africa, Samba Yonga, Founder

Creative Force Project Africa in Sweden November 2018

Our work with African partners on gender based violence and freedom from violence is moving forward. The representatives for African organizations - Yvonne Anyango, CASDA, Kenya, Nancy Mundu, Jireh Women and Youth Self-help Association, Uganda, Clint Ouma, The Binti Project, Tanzania, Berhanu Demissie, DEC, Ethiopia, Nafisa Yusuf, NAGAAD Network, Somaliland, Peace Hillary, Family Magazine, Rwanda and Samba Yonga, Ku-atenga Media, Zambia - participated at a program in Sweden including meetings at Swedish Institute, Swedish International Cooperation Agency (Sida) and the

WANA Institute and Another Development Foundation in Dialogue about Collaboration

Through funding from Swedish Institute in the framework of Creative Force Program, Another Development Foundation and WANA Institute were able to meet in Sweden October 4th-8th 2018 for a dialogue on the future collaboration on Citizen Journalism and Community Based Media Organisations. The delegation from WANA Institute, with base in Amman, Jordan, were also able to meet various actors and organisations in Sweden who works for youth empowerment, integration/inclusion, against violent extremism, sustainable development and research internationally, nationally and locally.

Creative Force Project Approved – Youth as Critical Journalists; Violent Extremism vs Citizenship

Today, June 18th 2018, Another Development Foundation and WANA Institute based in Amman, Jordan recevied decision from Swedish Institute on approval for seedfunding in a project called "Youth as Critical Journalists; Violent Extremism vs Citizenship". We are very happy for this approval since the needs and rights of young people need to be taken care of in a way that support their life chances and wellbeing. We as partners will work in the framework of Creative Force Program - a

Creative Force Project Workshop in Nairobi, Kenya May 7th-11th 2018

Together with CASDA - Cooperation Arena for Sustainable Development in Africa, ADEP - Another Development Perspective Ltd (project owner) and Another Development Foundation hosted participants from eight countries; Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Somalia (Somaliland), Rwanda, Zambia and Sweden. Our common goal is to end genderbased violence and to promote freedom from violence as fundamental human right, through creative media work. The meeting in Nairobi was the second after a meeting in Sweden during a seedfunding phase where the parties agreed

Creative Force Project Against Gender Based Violence Approved

Today, March 28th 2018, ADEP - Another Development Perspective Ltd (founded by the CEO Ingvar Rönnbäck) and CASDA - Cooperation Arena for Sustainable Development in Africa (founded by among others the executive director Yvonne Anyango) received decision from Swedish Institute on approval for the project ”From Gender Based Violence to Freedom From Violence through Creative Media Work” – a 2-year project involving partners in eight countries; Sweden, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Somalia, Rwanda and Zambia. ADEP and CASDA is the