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Une nouvelle convention relative à l'assistance alimentaire pour répondre à la faim dans le monde

02/08/2012 - La commissaire Georgieva a signé la nouvelle convention relative à l'assistance alimentaire – un accord international visant à définir des règles pour les principaux pourvoyeurs d'aide alimentaire à l'échelle mondiale – au nom de (...)

La cheffe de l’aide humanitaire de l’UE réagit à l’aggravation de la crise en Syrie

31/07/2012 - La commissaire Kristalina Georgieva publie la déclaration suivante: «La Syrie sombre (...)

La résistance aux catastrophes dans la Corne de l'Afrique sera renforcée par l'octroi d'une nouvelle aide de la Commission européenne

31/07/2012 - La Commission européenne respecte sa promesse d'aider la Corne de l'Afrique à se remettre de la sécheresse destructrice, à surmonter ses (...)

L'UE renforce l'aide humanitaire au Soudan et au Soudan du Sud

27/07/2012 - La Commission européenne accroît le soutien qu'elle accorde aux victimes de la crise humanitaire qui s'aggrave au Soudan et (...)

L'UE double les fonds destinés à lutter contre la faim au Yémen

26/07/2012 - La Commission européenne accroît son aide humanitaire au Yémen de 20 millions d'euros pour (...)

Yémen: la Commission débloque des millions d’euros supplémentaires pour lutter contre la crise alimentaire qui ne cesse de s’aggraver

21/05/2012 - La Commission européenne augmente de 5 millions d’euros son aide humanitaire au Yémen pour faire face à l'évolution rapide de la crise alimentaire. Dans certaines régions du pays, la malnutrition atteint des taux parmi les plus élevés au monde. (...)

Commissioner Georgieva and other global development leaders to speak at European Development Days

13/12/2011 - Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva will participate in this year's European Development Days in Warsaw, Poland. Organised by the European Commission and the Presidency of the Council of the European Union, European Development Days is Europe’s premier forum on international affairs and development cooperation. (...)

Worsening humanitarian situation in Yemen triggers a boost in European assistances

12/12/2011 - Concerned about the effects of persistent instability, drought and poverty on hundreds of thousands of vulnerable people in Yemen, the European Commission is today increasing its humanitarian funding with an additional €5 million. (...)

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ECHO ranked as one of the top humanitarian partners in UK aid performance review

02/03/2011 - The European Commission’s Humanitarian aid department (ECHO) is one of the top donors for offering very good value for money, says the Multilateral Aid Review of the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development. (...)

Visit by Commissioner Georgieva to Yemen – 15/01/2011 © EU

Commissioner Georgieva increases European humanitarian aid to Yemen

15/01/2011 - At the end of her visit to Yemen, Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva announced the mobilisation of €15 million to address the country’s growing humanitarian needs. The Commissioner also inaugurated the new European humanitarian office in the capital Sana'a. Yemen hosts over 239 000 refugees from the Horn of Africa, while around 225 000 Yemeni are internally displaced due to conflicts. (...)

Yemeni children in front of a EU humanitarian tent - 12/01/2011 © EU/ECHO/Heinke Veit

Commissioner Georgieva draws attention to forgotten humanitarian crisis in Yemen

12/01/2011 - Commissioner Georgieva sets out for Yemen today, together with António Guterres - the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. They will gather first-hand information on the humanitarian challenges in the country, which is struggling to sustain a massive number of internally displaced persons and refugees from the Horn of Africa. (...)

Children in a refugee camp in Yemen © EU

€10 million in humanitarian aid provided for refugees and people affected by the conflict in Yemen

26/07/2010 - The European Commission announced a funding package of €10 million to respond to urgent humanitarian needs exacerbated by a lack of support from the international community. The funds will be used to provide shelter, water and sanitation, food and livelihood support, basic health care and protection. The money is directed to the most vulnerable among the 350,000 internally displaced persons, their host communities, and 170 000 foreign refugees in Yemen. (...)