A new programme is helping expand social protection through increased and more reliable public financing
The informal learning centre, built in 2019, is part of a European Union and UNICEF-supported project carried out by the Norwegian Refugee Council to equip conflict-affected adolescents and young people with the skills they need.
A three-shot vaccine against the inequality virus
Ms. Roshana was able to train as a physiotherapist thanks to the EU-funded project 'Towards Improved Access to Quality Physical Rehabilitation in Afghanistan (TIQRA)'.
The Global Action against Trafficking in Persons and the Smuggling of Migrants - Asia and the Middle East is a four-year (2018-2022), joint initiative by the EU and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime being implemented by IOM.
Everyone is impressed by Khowla Mohamed Abdow. At 25 years old, she’s the coordinator of Baidoa’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Centre in South West Somalia, where people can come for help to solve arguments from land theft to domestic abuse.
The EU’s private sector has been actively contributing to solutions to the COVID crisis in partner countries, alongside the Team Europe public response.
In May 2019, EU-funded ElectriFI, invested USD 2m in Sistema.bio to support the company’s rapid scale up in Latin America, East Africa, and South Asia.
The EU together with Sweden, Finland and Denmark are mobilising a total of Ksh 211 million (€1.8 million) to work together with local communities to enhance access to water in public places across Kenya.
Le taux de mortalité maternelle en République centrafricaine est parmi les plus élevés au monde. Grâce au financement du 'Fonds Bêkou' et the 'Alliance for International Medical Action - ALIMA' soutient 26 formations sanitaires dans deux districts.