Delegation to Kenya
27/02/2015 - Improving market access for tea growers in the Mount Kenya region [369 KB]
It is 2pm on a bright Saturday afternoon in September in Mandera County in the North Eastern Province of Kenya. The medical team has just concluded a monitoring visit, in partnership with Ministry of Health staff, to supervise and mentor Community Health Workers (CHWs). The visit took place as part of a Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health (RMNCH) project implemented by Save the Children, and funded by the European Union.............
23/09/2014 - Note for Kenyan Exporters to the European Union - New trade regime as from 1 October 2014 [4 MB]
From 1 October 2014, Kenyan exports to the European Union will fall under the Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) regime, a preferential market access scheme for developing country exporters granted unilaterally by the EU under certain conditions. The table below gives examples of some of the newly-applicable tariffs. Kenyan exports to the EU will again be granted duty-free, quota-free access to EU markets once the negotiations for an Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) between the EU and the East African Community (EAC) are formally concluded. Table of New Tarriffs [4 MB]
An international meeting was held in Nairobi last Friday (16 May 2014) with participants from across the African continent to discuss ways to step up the fight against the illicit spread and accumulation of small arms and light weapons (SALW). The meeting took place in the context of an international project which is implemented by the Regional Centre on Small Arms in the Great Lakes region and the Horn of Africa (RECSA).......More Information
Call for tender: Provision of benchmarked housing data and information on real estate in third countries — ref. EEAS-426-DIVA4-SER-DIR
- 24/04/15 - High Representative and Vice-President Federica Mogherini, EU Commissioners Cecilia Malmström, Marianne Thyssen and Neven Mimica reflect on progress in Bangladesh Sustainability Compact
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 24 April 2015 As we mark the second anniversary since the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory complex in Bangladesh, which claimed 1,129 lives, progress on labour and safety issues has been made, while further improvements have to be achieved.
- 24/04/15 - Joint statement by European Commission/HRVP and US agencies on the Second Anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh
European Commission - Statement Brussels, 24 April 2015 Today we mark the passage of two years since the tragic collapse of the Rana Plaza building in Dhaka, Bangladesh, that claimed over 1,100 lives and injured many more.
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Belgique-Bruxelles: Prestations de services de médecin conseil auprès du régime complémentaire d'assurance maladie des agents locaux (Recamal) — EEAS-425-DIVC5-SER-FWC
- 23/04/15 - Special meeting of the European Council on Migratory Crisis