The project aims at promoting the creation of a better maritime transport connections in the Mediterranean.
The European Union contributes to the Palestinian Authority's (PA) "Social Hardship Case" Programme, which provides families with little or no regular income with an allowance every three months, to help them to cover their basic expenses.
Euromed Transport aims to improve the operations and the efficiency of the Mediterranean transport system by concentrating its efforts on political reforms, trainings, and political dialogue with the decision makers.
The project aims at supporting governmental teachers from Gaza in promoting school inclusion of the most disadvantaged children and at building the capacities of the Remedial Education Centre in its actions towards promoting inclusive education.
Countries of the Euro Mediterranean area face common problems in gender equality, with few mechanisms to address them. Media as a key source of information plays a strategic role in influencing societies to fight stereotypes and gender discrimination
The project seeks to reform the institutional structure for mental health, train healthcare professionals and develop better understanding of mental health issues and how they affect patients, families and communities within the Palestinian society.
East Jerusalem hospitals have been included within a broad framework of EU support to social sectors in the occupied Palestinian territory that have been affected by the enduring conflict and are essential to the Palestinian population.
Years of under-investment in the education system of the Palestinian territories have resulted in a chronic shortage of school buildings. Construction of 30 new school buildings and the provision of school supplies and equipment were funded by the EU
With food security an increasing problem in the occupied Palestinian territory, the EC is funding a project to help 14 rural communities in the West Bank grow their own food through better irrigation, land development and home gardens.