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.
In view of the multi-functional role of forests, Forest Partnerships will address forests in a comprehensive and integrated way and taking into account the specific needs of local communities and indigenous peoples.
The report, 'Meaningful Inclusion of Youth: A Promising Future' was prepared by the Youth Sounding Board for EU International Partnerships from October to December 2021, based on their consultations in the context of the upcoming Youth Action Plan in EU external action.
The EU legislative proposal on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence calls for the development of accompanying measures to support its successful implementation and avoid unintended consequences for suppliers and producer groups in exporting countries.
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
This country evaluation covers the EU cooperation with Angola for the period 2008-2020, by assessing areas such as policy dialogue, capacity development, economic diversification, agricultural development and civil society.
Fast-Track Assessment of the EU Initial Response to the COVID-19 Crisis in Partner Countries and Regions (2020)
This thematic evaluation looks at the EU’s response to the COVID-19 crisis to support partner countries and regions. It also looks at the added value of the early Team Europe approach, while focusing on the EU assistance managed by the European Commission.
This country evaluation reviews EU budget support operations in the areas of education, social protection and Public Financial Management, and electoral reform. Blending operations reviewed by the evaluation are related to the energy and water sectors.
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.
This country evaluation focuses on EU cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Mauritania from 2014 to 2020. It covers the areas of governance, security, migration, healthcare, as well as resilience and inclusive growth.