A Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) project to be implemented soon in four districts in Papua New Guinea is expected to have significant positive impact on the productivity, health and wellbeing of 70,000 people including some 40,000 children.
1er. Concurso de Fotografía: “Prevención contra el Consumo de Drogas y la Trata y Tráfico de Personas; una Imagen desde la Sociedad y para la Sociedad”, dirigido a crear imágenes para la prevención y consumo de drogas y la trata y tráfico de personas
28 March 2018, New York - Statement on behalf of the EU and its Member States by H.E. Ms. Joanne Adamson, Chargé d'Affaires a.i., Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations, at the Security Council Open Debate on Collective Action to Improve UN Peacekeeping Operations
While important progress has been achieved and the number of deaths at sea has significantly decreased, a large number of crossings still happen along the Central Mediterranean route and many migrants are faced with dire conditions along their journeys. The EU has already made an enormous effort, and cooperation with partners is essential to effectively take work forward. To this end, the EU together with the African Union and the United Nations set up a Taskforce in November 2017 to help people along the route, in particular Libya.
The Emergency Trust Fund for Africa complements the long-standing and comprehensive partnership that European Union and Africa enjoy together. Established at the Valletta Summit on Migration in November 2015, the EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa was created to address the root causes of instability, forced displacement and irregular migration and to contribute to better migration management.