In Honduras, thanks to a solar energy project, financed through the EU-funded Breaking the Barriers programme, women are being provided with an income, while ensuring local communities are less reliant on cutting down trees to light their homes.
In Ailuk, the RENI project has worked with the residents to increase the availability of local food crops by establishing community nurseries, expanding the use of drought resistant crop varieties, improving soil management practices, and increasing
Fisheries and aquaculture are an expanding sector in the ACP countries. However, poor practices can put stress on the marine environment, damaging the ecosystem. The FISH4ACP programme was created to face these challenges.
Tanzania People & Wildlife prepares women to be successful entrepreneurs over the long term through initial and ongoing training. As their businesses grow, participating women’s groups support one another through mentorship and knowledge sharing.
The EU is working with the Kenyan Red Cross Society, Oxfam and Amref Health Africa in efforts to strengthen an inclusive and gender-responsive health response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Workshop on accompanying measures to EU supply chain legislation: ‘Monitoring is good, but remediation through action is better.’
Access to electricity is taken for granted in most high-income countries. It is easy to forget how vital a reliable power source is to ensuring access to health.
Education Cannot Wait is providing young mothers with child care and other supports to ensure they can continue their education.
To fight climate change, local communities need to develop alternative livelihoods that don’t depend too much on forests or rain.