Country infographics presenting a map of EU cooperation projects
See the map of Global Gateway Flagship projects launched in 2023
These initiatives will support Africa’s efforts in COVID-19 vaccine delivery and deployment, proposed infrastructure and production capacities, skills development, regulatory frameworks, universal health coverage, health security, and digital health and sexual and reproductive health and rights.
EU-Africa: Global Gateway Investment Package - Digital transition
EU-Africa: Global Gateway Investment Package - Strategic Corridors
The Africa-EU Green Energy Initiative aims to increase electricity production and access to energy, promote energy efficiency, create a conducive regulatory environment for private investments and advance market integration.
These Global Gateway initiatives will build resilience by supporting disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation, enhancing disaster preparedness for effective response and strengthen governance to manage disaster.
These initiatives focus on strengthening education systems at all levels, in particular on providing quality education, ensuring equality and equity in access to it, and on fostering skills for life and employment.
The EU has signed Forest Partnerships with Guyana, Mongolia, Republic of Congo, Uganda, Zambia: new, holistic cooperation frameworks for joint work on forests and the activities and communities they harbour.
The Global Gateway Africa – Europe Investment Package aims to support Africa for a strong, inclusive, green and digital recovery and transformation by accelerating the green and digital transitions, and sustainable growth and decent job creation; strengthening health systems; and Improving education
Global Gateway is the EU plan for major investment in infrastructure development around the world. It aims to forge links and not create dependencies. To invest in projects that can be delivered with high standards, good governance and transparency.