Annual Action Programmes

Annual Action Programmes

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Annual Action Programmes (AAP) are financing decisions adopted by the European Commission, to reserve funds for regional and country-based external cooperation programmes and for the implementation of thematic programmes. AAPs specify the objectives pursued, the fields of intervention, the expected results, the management procedures and total amount of financing planned. In addition, AAPs contain a description of the operations to be financed, an indication of the amounts allocated for each operation and an indicative implementation timetable.

2017

Commission Decision on the Annual Action Programme 2017 in favour of the Republic of Ghana to be financed from the 11th European Development Fund.

Including:

- Action Document for Productive investments for sustainable agriculture development in the Northern Savannah Ecological Zone of Ghana.

- Action Document for EU Support to Decentralisation in Ghana Phase II.

- Action Document for "Resilience Against Climate Change (REACH), a programme on adaptation and mitigation to Climate Change for Rural Livelihoods in the savannah ecosystem of Ghana".

- Action Document for Support Programme to Public Finance Management in Ghana and
to the stepping stone Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) under the 11th European
Development Fund.

The Annual Action Programme 2017 in favour of Uganda (with an EDF contribution of EUR 66 million) encompasses one action.

The Annual Action Programme 2017 in favour of Ethiopia with an EDF contribution of EUR 54 million encompasses four actions.

The Annual Action Programme 2017 in favour of Kenya with an EDF contribution of EUR 75.5 million encompasses two actions.

The Annual Action Plan 2017 for Tanzania with an EDF contribution of EUR 123 million encompasses three actions.

Commission Decision amending Commission decision C(2015)5386 on the Annual Action Programme 2015 in favour of Zimbabwe.

Annex - Action document.

Commission Decision C(2017)7886 on the Annual Action Programme 2017 (Part 2) in favour of the Republic of Zambia to be financed from the 11th European Development Fund.

2018

he Commission has adopted the Annual Action Programme 2017 in favour of Turkmenistan and 2018 part 1 in favour of the Central Asia region which foresees the EU contribution to the Investment Facility for Central Asia. Following the selection process foreseen in this Annual Action Programme one project to be implemented has been selected.

The action "Enhancing Resilience in Yemen: Strengthening the Social Safety Net", is replaced by the action "Cash for Work: Promoting livelihood opportunities for urban youth in Yemen", in order to promote livelihood opportunities for youth and to preserve and restore national cultural heritage while contributing to social cohesion and peace.

2015

Commission Decision amending Commission Decision C(2011)6866 on the Annual Action Programme 2011 in favour of the Republic of Botswana and Annex - 'Empowerment of non state actors in Botswana'.

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