Delegation to Namibia
20/05/2015 - European Union Launches Project "Promoting the equal rights of LGBTI People in Namibia"
On the 18th of May 2015, the EU Delegation to Namibia together with the Ombudsman, Director of Out-Right Namibia and Programme Manager of Positive Vibes launched the project "Promoting the equal rights of LGBTI people in Namibia" The main objective of the project is to contribute to the reduction of discrimination, increase tolerance and the protection of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) rights in Namibia.
Signing of the European Union - Republic of Namibia National Indicative Programme (NIP) 2015-2020
On the 12th of May 2015 the Head of the EU Delegation to Namibia, Raul Fuentes Milani and the Minister in the Presidency in charge of Economic Planning and Director-General of the National Planning Commission, Tom Alweendo signed the National Indicative Programme amounting to 68 million EUR.
The NIP will focus on two focal sectors, namely Education & Skills and Agriculture. Furthermore funding has been set aside to strengthen the capacity of civil society organisations to engage as effective partners.
12/05/2015 - Europe Day 2015
Celebrating Europe Day 2015 in Namibia
The Head of the EU Delegation to Namibia, Raul Fuentes Milani welcomed all participants to the Residence of the European Union to Namibia on the occassion of the celebration of Europe Day 2015. He said the European Union is an everyday project. Every member, big and small, old and new, has a seat at the same table and an equal voice. Building unity from diversity can be cumbersome, but constant cooperation leads us to a consensus that is rock solid.
Working together in Namibia
At the heart of the HIV and AIDS response is the tremendous work done at community level with minimal resources. In 5 regions of Namibia, Yelula/U-khâi taps into these networks and seeks appropriate ways of supporting their growth and effectiveness.
- 27/05/15 - European Commission makes progress on Agenda on Migration
- Press release European Commission Brussels, 27 May 2015 Two weeks after presenting the European Agenda on Migration, the Commission is today adopting the first proposals of its comprehensive approach to improving the management of migration.
- 27/05/15 - First measures under the European Agenda on Migration: Questions and Answers
European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 27 May 2015 What is the European Agenda on Migration? Migration is one of the ten political priorities of this Commission. The European Agenda on Migration, adopted on 13 May 2015 develops the political guidelines of President Juncker into tailored initiatives aimed at managing...
- 26/05/15 - The EU boosts its support to recovery and development in the Central African Republic
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 26 May 2015 The European Union, already a major partner of the Central African Republic (CAR), is increasing its financial support to the country which is still living with the impact of recent conflict.
- 26/05/15 - The EU engagement with the Central African Republic
European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 26 May 2015 The challenges facing the Central African Republic (CAR) are so complex and interlinked that only a comprehensive approach focused on security, humanitarian aid, stabilisation and development cooperation will help make a difference. This is the approach of the European Union (EU).