For More Info: infographic_eu_pre-programming_consultation_with_csos_in_myanmar_eng.pdf Languages: မြန်မာစာ Post Category: Infographics Show left menu: Main Image: /file/infoenjpg_eninfo_en.jpg Regions: Asia Myanmar (Burma) Editorial Sections: Myanmar (Burma)
Author: Press and Information Team of the Delegation to Myanmar - Publication date: 27/08/2020
The European Union and its Member States, notably Denmark, Germany, France, Italy and Sweden, are working together as #TeamEurope to respond to the socio-economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in Myanmar.
Author: Press and Information Team of the Delegation to Myanmar - Publication date: 25/08/2020
The EU supported Center for Emergency Situations and Disaster Risk Reduction (CESDRR) regularly monitors and reports on the number of COVID-19 cases in Central Asia and related government measures in associated countries.
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to KAZAKHSTAN - Publication date: 22/07/2020
Click on the banner below to read the latest information sheet on EU’s response to COVID-19 in Afghanistan. /file/bannerjpg-6_enbanner.jpg Post Category: Infographics Show left menu: Main Image: /file/banner2jpg-0_enbanner2.jpg Regions: Afghanistan Editorial Sections: Afghanistan
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 01/07/2020
The coronavirus is a global crisis that requires a global solution. TEAMEUROPE has mobilised EUR 36 billion to halt the spread of the virus and mitigate spill-over effects on economic and social stability in partner countries.
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to Cabo Verde - Publication date: 25/06/2020
“All 4 YOUth, YOUth 4 All” is a project funded by the EU. It is a 4 year project targeting Ulaanbaatar, Khentii, Dornogobi, Bayankhongor, and Selenge aimags. It focuses on improving Non-Governmental Organizations capacities, increasing youth employment and entrepreneurship, promoting youth civic
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to MONGOLIA - Publication date: 16/06/2020
Decision makers in South Sudan have been urged to appoint more women into senior positions as the country awaits the announcement of the new cabinet and state governors. Since the appointment and swearing-in of the five vice presidents in late February, efforts have been geared towards the