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Commissioner Georgieva's reaction to killing of two health workers in Darfur

Commissioner Georgieva's reaction to killing of two health workers in Darfur

03/12/2013 - I strongly condemn the killing of two volunteers working for the Sudanese Ministry of Health on a vaccination campaign in West Darfur last week (...)

Soudan: l'UE mobilise des experts humanitaires pour évaluer les conséquences des inondations

Soudan: l'UE mobilise des experts humanitaires pour évaluer les conséquences des inondations

20/08/2013 - La Commission européenne mobilise des experts humanitaires afin d'évaluer les besoins des populations touchées par les graves inondations qui ont récemment frappé le Soudan. (...)

L'UE alloue des fonds pour aider les personnes vulnérables dans les régions du Soudan en proie à des conflits.

L'UE alloue des fonds pour aider les personnes vulnérables dans les régions du Soudan en proie à des conflits.

17/07/2013 - La Commission européenne va soutenir davantage les programmes humanitaires mis en place dans les régions du Darfour, du Nil bleu et du Kordofan méridional, en proie à des conflits. (...)

Une réfugiée soudanaise prépare à manger pour sa famille © UE

L'UE renforce son aide humanitaire au Soudan et au Soudan du Sud de 30 millions d'euros

12/12/2012 - En raison de la détérioration rapide de la situation humanitaire au Soudan et au Soudan du Sud, la Commission européenne renforce son aide humanitaire de 30 millions d'euros (...)

Déclaration de la commissaire Kristalina Georgieva sur le Soudan et le Soudan du Sud

05/07/2012 - Compte tenu de l'aggravation de la situation humanitaire au Soudan et au Soudan du Sud, la commissaire Georgieva a fait la déclaration suivante: (...)

Commissioner Georgieva voices grave concern over the lack of humanitarian access to South Kordofan

25/08/2011 - Following the announcement by President Al Bashir of Sudan of a two-week cease-fire in South Kordofan, Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva has voiced her grave concern over the impossibility of reaching and assisting the people experiencing a humanitarian emergency in the region. (...)

Commissioner Georgieva during her visit to Darfur in 2010 © EU

Commissioner Georgieva expresses relief and joy at the release of Bulgarian humanitarian workers, kidnapped in Darfur

06/06/2011 - "I am relieved to learn from the Government of Bulgaria that the three Bulgarians who had been abducted in Darfur, while working for the World Food Programme, are now out of harm's way, and will soon be reunited with their families and friends," Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva said today, as the three men were released after 175 days in captivity. (...)

Map of Sudan © EU

Joint statement of Commissioners Piebalgs and Georgieva on the liberation of Latvian humanitarian workers in Darfur

09/12/2010 - The European Commissioners for Development – Andris Piebalgs – and International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response – Kristalina Georgieva – said today: "We welcome the liberation of Captain Artjoms Nalbandjans, co-pilot Janis Gindra and mechanic Kaspars Reihlers, who had been taken hostage in Darfur, (...)

Commissioner Georgieva in Darfur © EU

Commissioner Georgieva regrets the decision of the Sudanese government of the Sudanese government to expel from Darfur two staff members working for the International Organisation for Migration

16/07/2010 - Kristalina Georgieva, European Commissioner for International Cooperation Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response has regreted deeply the decision to expel from Darfur two staff members working for the International Organisation for Migration. This organisation, which is funded by ECHO-the Commission's Humanitarian department- provides vital assistance in Darfur where million of people depend on external aid for their survival. (...)

Commissioner Georgieva's visit to Sudan © EU

Commissioner Georgieva presents her experiences in Sudan in an open dialogue at The Centre

30/06/2010 - On the 30th of June, following her field visit to Sudan, Commissioner Georgieva presented her personal impressions of the humanitarian situation in Sudan at the think tank "The Centre". In an open dialogue conducted by Martin Porter, one of the co-founders of The Centre, Commissioner Georgieva expressed her concern on the security situation in Darfur and in South Sudan, and on the obstacles faced by humanitarian workers in performing their mission. (...)

Commissioner Georgieva stresses the EU's humanitarian commitment to Sudan during her first visit to the country © EU

Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva reaffirms the European Union's strong commitment to addressing humanitarian challenges in Sudan

12/06/2010 - The European Commissioner for International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response, Kristalina Georgieva, finished on Saturday 12th June a four-day mission to Sudan. In high level meetings, Commissioner Georgieva called on the authorities to improve access to areas in need of humanitarian assistance and tackle the growing insecurity in Darfur and other parts of Sudan. She reaffirmed the European Union's commitment to addressing the most urgent needs of the Sudanese population. (...)