In the past weeks, the international community has been witnessing with great concern a rapid intensification of hostilities in Yemen and the region,
Education is essential to the global recovery and the achievement of all Sustainable Development Goals. It is a fundamental right and the foundation of resilient, peaceful and sustainable societies
Following a request for assistance, the EU is channelling aid to Tonga in the aftermath of the volcanic eruption of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai and tsunami in the South Pacific.
Today, over 2.2 million COVID-19 vaccine doses arrived in Iran to ensure the protection of Afghan refugees residing in the country.
Humanitarian crises around the world continue to rise due to conflict, violence, and the effects of climate change. To help those most affected worldwide, the Commission has adopted its initial annual humanitarian budget of €1.5 billion for 2022.
The European Commission has allocated €1 million in emergency funds to respond to the consequences of floods in Brazil.
The EU has allocated €15 million in additional humanitarian funding to Africa's Sahel region, in response to the unprecedented food crisis affecting more than 8.7 million people in Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger and Mauritania.
The EU mobilised an additional €10 million to help people in Syria.
The European Union has decided to allocate an initial €1.7 million in humanitarian funding for the provision of emergency assistance to those most affected by typhoon Rai in the Philippines, locally known as typhoon Odette.
The EU has allocated €13.1 million in additional humanitarian funding to Africa’s Upper Nile region, to help mitigate the consequences of the food crisis in Sudan and Uganda.