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Each EU mission works in the framework of a comprehensive approach. The mission works in agreement and coordination with the EU Delegations in the same area and in the framework of EU regional policies.
The action aims to contribute to improved mental health and reduced economic hardship of vulnerable women and other at-risk community members in post-conflict affected areas of Northern Sri Lanka. More specifically it aims at increasing women’s and other at-risk community member’s access to responsive psychosocial support and mental health services. As a part of the initiative realising and strengthening women’s income generation skills and knowledge remains key.
Total Cost (EUR): 481 928
EU contracted amount (EUR): 400 000
Overall Objective: Contribute to Sri Lanka's inclusive trade-led growth and regional integration, thereby contributing to poverty alleviation.
Specific Objective: Increased trade competitiveness of Sri Lankan SMEs in regional and EU markets
Total Cost (EUR): 7 850 000
EU contracted amount (EUR): 7 850 000
Duration: October 2016 - September 2020
Implementing organisation: INTERNATIONAL TRADE CENTRE
The overall objective of the project is to support the Sri Lankan Government in selecting, adapting and implementing suitable economic and regulatory policy instruments to promote SCP, thereby enhancing the long-term sustainability of consumption and production patterns. The purpose of this contract is to strengthen the institutional policy framework ensuring a joint and effective SCP effort in Sri Lanka.
Total Cost (EUR): 1 867 500
EU contracted amount (EUR): 1 867 500
The overall objective of the project is to promote better understanding and increased respect of fundamental rights and freedoms for all in Sri Lanka. The actions undertaken aim at promoting freedom of expression, improving the quality of legal services and equally importantly improving the access to legal assistance in the North and the East of the country.
Total Cost (EUR): 421 053
Duration: December 2015 - March 2018
The programme aims to contribute to and capacitate the transition from post-conflict relief to reconstruction and development by supporting selected districts in North and East Sri Lanka, through poverty reduction and provision of basic infrastructures.
Total Cost (EUR): 10 000 000
EU contracted amount (EUR): 10 000 000
Duration: July 2012 - April 2018
Implementing organisation: UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN'S FUND
These seven documentaries reflect the perseverance of communities in the North and the East of Sri Lankaand highlights how the European Union-funded Support to District Development Programme (EU-SDDP) has empowered individuals and assisted in improving the living standards of people.