the EU+ joint programming process, together with interested EU+ countries.
In 2014-20 Bangladesh will also receive an estimated €104 million under the Asia Multiannual Indicative Programme to support:
Alignment and mutual recognition of products standards between the EU and Bangladesh, including environmental, social and ethical standards under the Sustainability Compact.
Development of a green economy, by formulating and implementing a sustainable consumption and production policy.
Infrastructure development including climate change mitigation and adaptation initiatives, sustainable energy and financing for small firms (through the Asia Investment Facility, providing grants to complement loans from other European financial institutions).
Assistance to Rohingya refugees in the Cox’s Bazar camps.