Health, education and a decent standard of living are the key elements to ensure human development. The EU works with partners countries to support health systems and infrastructures, education policies, social protection and to reduce inequalities.
The BRiCE Programme was set up by the EU to help 75 million children living in crisis-affected countries who are in need educational support.
The DEAR Programme supports projects that engage Europeans in global issues related to social, economic and environmental development.
On the occasion of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, the EU announced it is investing a further €7 million to promote and protect indigenous peoples’ rights worldwide.
European Year of Youth: 25 young people selected to be part of EU’s Overseas Countries and Territories Youth Network
The European Commission announced today the 25 members of the European Union’s Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT) Youth Network.
2022 Aid Transparency Index : the European Commission reaffirms its commitment to better transparency in EU financial aid
Today, the transparency NGO Publish What You Fund (PWYF) has released the Aid Transparency Index 2022, an index which biennially assesses the transparency performance of some 50 major aid providers, including the European Commission, the European Development Bank (EIB) and EU member states.