Delegation to Namibia
Announcement of Publication of the call for proposals for the deployment of EU Aid Volunteers
The EU Aid Volunteers initiative provides opportunities for volunteers to engage in humanitarian aid. In the period from 2015 to 2020, 18400 individulals will be able to participate in this initiative, including 4000 who will be deployed by humanitarian organisations to projects worldwide. This initiative is a concrete example of European Solidarity in action. All EU citizens above the age of 18 can in principle become volunteers. Change starts where citizens take concrete action and the EU Aid Volunteers is a positive initiative in strengthening the capacity to prevent, prepare for and respond to disasters and to build resilience of local communities in disaster affected countries. Over the course of the next seven years, 18 400 opportunities will be created under this initiative, including 4000 deployment, 4 400 local capacity building placements and
04/08/2015 - European Union provides 15 Million Euros to Namibia as part of First Annual Action Programme under the 11th European Development Fund
The European Union has adopted the Annual Action Programme 2015 for the Republic of Namibia under the 11th European Development Fund (EDF), amounting to Euro 15 million. EU support will be used for three activities: vocational education and training, a support programme to the National Authorizing Officer and a technical cooperation facility. These support programmes have been identified and formulated in line with Namibia's own development priorities as laid down in the 4th National Development Plan as well as the Joint EU Response Strategy for Namibia.
Results thus far of the Programme for Accelerating the Reduction of Maternal and Child Mortality (PARMaCM) funded by the EU:
03/10/15 - The Commission deplores the death of several people in the bombing of an MSF-run hospital in Kunduz
European Commission - Statement Brussels, 3 October 2015 Commissioner Stylianides expresses condolences to the families of the victims affected by the bombing of a hospital in Kunduz earlier today and calls on all parties to the conflict to respect international humanitarian law and protect medical facilities.
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- 01/10/15 - Burundi: the EU adopts sanctions against 4 individuals
- 01/10/15 - EU-UNICEF: Safer learning for more than 2 million children caught in Syrian conflict
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Dans le cadre du troisième objectif de la mission EUCAP Sahel Niger relatif aux « politiques de durabilité », et notamment dans le domaine de la formation dont l’objectif est d’aboutir à une stratégie de transition et surtout du transfert des compétences, une mallette pédagogique a été développée par l’expert en renseignement sur le thème « recueil et traitement du renseignement ». Celle-ci a été conçue afin de valoriser et pérenniser les formations dispensées par l’unité « compétences techniques ».