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The total amount of ongoing EU aid commitments to Egypt channelled through the bilateral envelope amounts to €1.3 billion. All EU assistance to Egypt is provided in the form of grants.
Europe Day was celebrated today in Cairo; marking the Schuman Declaration which paved the way to European integration. Senior Egyptian officials and influential figures from various spectrums of the society, and the diplomatic community participated in the event, organised by the European Union (EU) Delegation to Egypt.
EU Contribution: a grant of € 484,471.22 (of total € 509,969.70)
Start date: 01/02/2018 End date: 31/07/2020
Beneficiaries: CARITAS EGYPT
EU Contribution: a grant of € 179.987.00 (77.37% of total)
Start date: 1 July 2017 End date: 30 June 2020
Partners: Centre for Migration and Refugee Studies, The American University in Cairo
Through this Programme , the EU and European Financing Institutions (KfW , EIB, and AFD) aim at Providing water to Additional 533 thousand inhabitants and improving water and wastewater services to three million inhabitants in Gharbia, Sharkia, Dameitta, and Beheira. The overall budget is €295 million, of which the EU contribution is €34 million in grants.
Project Movie Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5gzW77wkE4
The project aims to establish the first integrated Capacity Development Programme aiming at building capacities in affiliated companies in Operation, Maintenance and Project Management skills and at building a model to achieve financial stability. Furthermore the project assisted the implementation of the first National Water Conservation Media Awareness Competition.
Project Movie Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uy3xXkndiTQ
Video on EU-funded project ‘Support to the North West Coast Development Plan and Relevant Mine Action: Phase II’ implemented in the cities of Al Alamein and Matrouh. In 2014, the EU funded the second phase of the mine action project with a grant of EUR 4.7 million. For its implementation, the EU is working in partnership with the UNDP and the Ministry of Investment and International Cooperation (MOIIC). The project has worked along three main pillars: demining, victims' assistance, and mine risk education.