Delegation of the European Union to Bangladesh
The 2014-20 indicative programme (€690 million) focuses on 3 sectors: governance, food & nutrition security, education & skills.
Overall objective: To contribute to develop collaborative basic education system enabling all primary school-age children to avail quality education.
Specific Objective: To promote access and increase basic education outcomes for 160 400 hardest to reach and marginalized children while catalyzing lessons-learning and other positive change in Bangladesh’ national education system.
This project aims to strengthen capacities of small/marginalised farmer organisations from the most deprived communities in South/South East Asia to network, engage in and impact local, national and regional policy dialogue on food and nutrition security.
The overall objective of this action is to promote and protect human rights of vulnerable indigenous peoples in Bangladesh and the Philippines.
The objective of the project is to develop a collaborative approach to investigation and control of zoonotic diseases among the human, animal, and wildlife health sectors through education and joint action. (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal)