Delegation to Papua New Guinea
27/06/2016 - EU Statements following the UK Referendum
Following the UK Referendum the European Union made the following Statements.
Statement by High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini on the outcome of the referendum in the United Kingdom.
Joint Statement by Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, Mark Rutte, Holder of the rotating Presidency of the Council of the EU, and Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, on the outcome of the United Kingdom Referendum.
10/06/2016 - Press Release: European Union and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Provide Water, Sanitation, and Agricultural Support to 65,000 Drought-hit People in Papua New Guinea
The European Union (EU) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) launched today a clean water supply point in the drought-hit provinces of Papua New Guinea (PNG) as part of their joint programme. The EU-IOM response focuses on provision of clean drinking water, health hygiene promotion, and agriculture recovery support to 65,000 people in Hela, Enga, Jiwaka and Simbu provinces.
02/06/2016 - Press Release: European Union supports Papua New Guinea's El Niño recovery efforts [446 KB]
The European Union announced the support of EUR 5 million to Papua New Guinea's (PNG) commitments to address the El Niño impact. The EU support package includes € 2 million in humanitarian aid funding to provide emergency support to drought-affected families in in the hardest-hit districts of Western, Hela, Enga and Chimbu provinces. The aid will be channelled through the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO). While the remaining € 3 million allocation is part of a €14.5 million support announced by Commissioner Mimica for the Pacific to strengthen food security and build resilience in the most exposed countries, namely Papua New Guinea, Timor-Leste, Fiji, Marshal Islands, Micronesia and Palau.
Working together in Papua New Guinea
In Papua New Guinea, around half of primary school-aged children are out of school. A lack of qualified teachers and facilities continues to be a problem throughout the country; an issue that is especially acute in remote areas, where providing teachers is a big challenge. Where there are no teachers, schools simply close, leaving many children out of school.
28/07/16 - Statement by the HR/VP Federica Mogherini and Commissioner for Humanitarian aid and Crisis management Christos Stylianides on the humanitarian situation in Aleppo city, Syria
European Commission - Statement Statement Statement Brussels, 28 July 2016 The recent closure of the last remaining supply route has turned Eastern Aleppo in Syria into a de-facto besieged area, cutting off around 300,000 people from any form of vital assistance. Since 7 July, neither aid staff nor supplies have been allowed to enter.
- 28/07/16 - EUPOL COPPS donor coordination meeting on new Drug Awareness project
On 21 July 2016, EUPOL COPPS organised a donor coordination meeting on a new Drug Awareness project. In line with the National Strategy on Drugs defined by the Palestinian Ministry of Interior, the Anti-Narcotics Department,(Awareness and Education Section), in cooperation with the Palestinian psychologist and therapist, Mrs. Thawra Enjass, are designing and planning to implement a specialised intensive training programme targeting Drug Awareness officers in the Anti Narcotic department.
- 26/07/16 - EUCAP Nestor: new head of mission appointed
- 26/07/16 - EUCAP Sahel Niger: new Head of mission appointed
- 26/07/16 - Effective management through monitoring and evaluation Series of seminars at EUPOL Afghanistan
Staff members from the Afghan Ministry of Interior’s General Directorate of Monitoring and Evaluation developed their skills in three seminars which were conducted at EUPOL Afghanistan on 19-20 July.