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.

2018

Commission Decision on the Annual Action Programme 2018 in favour of the Republic of Ghana

Annex 1 - Action Document for "Contribution to the African Investment Platform (AIP) in support of boosting renewable energy investment in Ghana"

Annex 2 - Action Document for Budget Support Programme to Promote Investment and Job Creation (SDG-Contract)

Annex 3 - Action Document for Technical Cooperation Facility V (TCF V)

 

Commission Implementing Decision of 30.10.2018 on the Annual Action Programme 2018 for the Pan-African Programme to be financed from the general budget of the European Union.

Commission Decision of 10.12.2018 amending Commission Decision C(2015) 8089 of 24.11.2015 on the individual measure in favour of Zimbabwe.

Commission Implementing Decision on the Annual Action Programme 2018 part 2 and Annual Action Programme 2019 part 1 for the environment and climate change under the Global Public Goods and Challenges Thematic Programme, to be financed from the general budget of the Union.

The objectives pursued by the programme are to i) contribute to lasting peace, security, stability and sustainable development in Myanmar/Burma; and ii) contribute to a peaceful society for sustainable develpment in Myanmar/Burma by strengthening the provision of education in ethnic areas.

The objective pursued by the programme is to increase sustainable and inclusive economic development of rural areas in Papua New Guinea.

The objectives pursued by the programme are to contribute to sustainable regional development by promoting economic growthand diversification through support to private sector development and decent job creaction, increased investment opportunities for econimic activities and support to the improvement of an enabling business and investment environment, as well as by promoting an integrated approach to the region's natural ressources and climate change impact.

The objectives pursued by the programme are to support the Royal Government of Cambodia in their reforms in the area of fisheries and public financial management.

Commission Implementing Decision on the Annual Action Programme 2018 (part III) for Environment and Climate Change under the Global Public Goods and Challenges Thematic Programme.

2019

Commission Decision on the Annual Action Programme 2018 in favour of the Republic of Ghana

Annex 1 - Action Document for "Contribution to the African Investment Platform (AIP) in support of boosting renewable energy investment in Ghana"

Annex 2 - Action Document for Budget Support Programme to Promote Investment and Job Creation (SDG-Contract)

Annex 3 - Action Document for Technical Cooperation Facility V (TCF V)

 

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