Ending poverty in Africa is within our reach

By |maj 25th, 2018|Africa, development aid, EU, EU aid, Multiannual Financial Framework, News|

On  Africa Day (25 May) it is important to note that the continent is making important progress to end extreme poverty. With all the potential Africa holds it is important for the EU to support it, therefore, the next seven-year budget should secure more funds for aid, writes Dorine Nininahazwe.

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A school for refugees in Lebanon

By |februar 28th, 2018|child refugees, development aid, Education, EU aid, European Parliament, humanitarian aid, Lebanon, Middle East, News, schools, Syrian Civil War|

Kawkab School stands in the middle of the narrow streets of Beddawi refugee camp, in North Lebanon.  A safe haven for children who dream of a better life.  EURACTIV’s partner Euroefe reports.

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EU to send one of ‘biggest ever’ election monitoring teams to Kenya

By |maj 11th, 2017|EEAS, election observation, election observers, EU aid, EU aid budget, Kenya, News, ODA, Odinga, Official development aid, OSCE|

EXCLUSIVE/ The EU is sending one of its “biggest missions ever” to monitor the upcoming election in Kenya, amid fears of a repeat of the ethnic clashes during the 2007 election, which left up to 1,500 people dead, and some 600,000 displaced.

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Auditors finds ‘shortcomings’ in EU aid to Tunisia after Arab Spring

By |marec 28th, 2017|Arab Spring, Egypt, EU aid, EU aid budget, EU aid policy, Libya, News, Syria, Tunisia|

The EU gave Tunisia some €1.3bn in aid after the Arab Spring without properly checking how all of it was spent, according to a report published today (28 March) by the Court of Auditors.

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