Following the devastating floods in the south-west of Ukraine last week, the EU continues to mobilise emergency assistance through the EU Civil Protection Mechanism. Intensive rains resulted in the largest flooding in the south-west of Ukraine in...
This week, an Emergency Medical Team of 10 doctors and nurses from Italy are preparing their mission to Armenia, via the EU Civil Protection Mechanism. They will provide further assistance in addition to last week's deployed medical experts...
In response to a request from Ukraine via the EU Civil Protection Mechanism, Slovakia has offered protective facemasks, disinfectants, blankets, among other items to help the country tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
As the conflict in eastern Ukraine enters its seventh year, the European Commission announces today €13 million to support the most vulnerable people affected by the ongoing hostilities.
The European Commission is releasing €31 million in humanitarian aid to address the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh and Myanmar.
Commissioner for Crisis Management, Janez Lenarčič, and Jutta Urpilainen, Commissioner for International Partnerships, visited Burkina Faso in light of the rapidly deteriorating humanitarian and security crisis in the country.
As millions of people continue to be affected by the conflict in Nigeria’s Lake Chad region, European Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarčič has announced a first emergency aid package of €26.5 million for 2020 whilst visiting north-...
The European Commission announced today an additional €8 million for the vulnerable people in Ukraine affected by the ongoing conflict in the east of the country.
A rise in the number and spread of conflicts in countries across Africa's Sahel region is putting further strains on already fragile communities.
The European Commission has announced a new humanitarian aid package worth €9 million to address the needs of families affected by violence in Myanmar, particularly those living in the Kachin, Shan and Rakhine states.