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European Union commits to action at the World Humanitarian Summit 23-24 May 2016

23/05/2016 - European Union commits to action at the World Humanitarian Summit 23-24 May 2016

At the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, the European Union has committed to strengthen prevention and preparedness, improve the international response and help find solutions to support an overstrained humanitarian system. The European Union (EU) is committed to strong progress on each of the five core responsibility areas, for which core commitments have been formulated by the UN. It pledged individual commitments at the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) concerning policies, programmes and funds it is responsible for. The key priorities advanced by the EU at the Summit include: investment in resilience, efficient and effective financing, respect for International Humanitarian Law, preventing and ending crises, and bridging the divide between humanitarian and development work. The first-ever World Humanitarian Summit is an opportunity for the global communi

The EU HRVP Federica Mogherini participates in the 2nd Regional Security Summit in Abuja - May 14 2016

17/05/2016 - The EU HRVP Federica Mogherini participates in the 2nd Regional Security Summit in Abuja - May 14 2016

The High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice President of the European Commission, Federica Mogherini, was in Abuja on Saturday, 14 May, to attend the 2nd Regional Security Summit hosted by Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari.The Summit was a follow-up to the 2014 Boko Haram Summit, convened in Paris by French President Francois Hollande, who also attended the Abuja Summit.

16/05/2016 - Presentation of the North-East Recovery and Peace Building Assessment (RPBA)

Led by the Government of Nigeria and supported by the European Union, the United Nations, and the World Bank, the North-East Nigeria Recovery and Peace Building Assessment (RPBA) is a systematic analysis of the physical, social and economic impacts of the conflict with Boko Haram.
This assessment is a systematic analysis of the physical, social and economic impacts of the crisis in the North-East due to the conflict with Boko Haram. This work has resulted in a report that is guiding the process of stabilization and recovery.The information in the RPBA is being used by the Government of Nigeria to create an action plan to prioritise needs and develop a framework for ‚Ä™#‎stabilisation‚Ĩ and recovery in the North-East.

See the RPBA Presentation here

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Climate adaptation for livelihoods in coastal areas of South Western Nigeria

Climate adaptation for livelihoods in coastal areas of South Western Nigeria

This pilot action aims to enhance the capacity of fishing communities. It adapts to the impacts of flood risks arising from rainfall and storm surges through data collection, education and public awareness.

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