On January 26, 2017, the EU Twinning Project, between Israel's Ministry of Environmental Protection (MoEP) and partners in three EU countries (Germany, Austria and the United Kingdom), organized a high-level site visit to the Nesher Ramle Cement Plant, with participation of the MoEP Director General, three ambassadors, professional departments of the MoEP and the Twinning team.
Ce projet contribue à la prise en compte des priorités de la population, en particulier des femmes, dans le développement de l’Ituri. Il promeut une participation citoyenne inclusive et une redevabilité effective des autorités vers la base.
The European Union will contribute supporting the conservation of Asmara's unique cultural and architectural heritage.
In the framework of the EU programme for Local Authorities, the EU Delegation to Eritrea has signed in December 2016 a 2 year's cooperation programme with the Asmara Heritage Project (AHP), part of the Department of Public Works Development of the Central Region Administration (Zoba Maekel).