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  1. Annual Action Programme 2017 part 2 in favour of the Pacific Region - 06/07/2017

    The objectives pursued by the programme areto improve the economic, social and environmental benefits for 15 Pacific ACP states (PASPs) arising from stronger regional economic integration and the sustainable management of natural resources and the environment,to promote gender equality and prevent violence against women and girls, andto contribute to the effective implementation of EU's...
  2. Annual Action Programme 2017 part I in favour of the Republic of Kiribati - 19/01/2017

    The objective pursued by the Annual Action Programme is to support the implementation of the Kiribati Development Plan (KDP) 2016 – 2019 and also the Line and Phoenix Integrated Development Strategy (LPIDS) 2016 – 2036.
  3. National Indicative Programme for Kiribati 2014-2020 - 03/02/2015

    An amount of €23 million is foreseen as regards the indicative programmable financial resources which the European Union envisages to make available to Kiribati for the period from 2014 to 2020. The main focal sector of EU cooperation will be supporting the inclusive and sustainable development of Kiritimati Islands.
  4. Country Strategy Paper and National Indicative Programme for the period 2008-2013- Kiribati - 01/01/2013

    Kiribati (formerly the Gilbert Islands) was granted self-rule by the UK in 1971 and complete independence in 1979. Since then, the country has maintained a stable and democratic government. Kiribati has a popuIation of 105,432I ll.vm. g on low-lying atolls and islands scattered over a large part of the central Pacific. Kiribati is most vulnerable to the effects of climate change, climate...
  5. COMMISSION DECISIONof 17.12.2012on the Annual Action Programme 2012 in favour of the Republic of Kiribati to befinanced from the 10th European Development Fund - 01/01/2012

    Annual Action Programme for Kiribati constituted by the actions “Improved Drinking Water Supply for Kiritimati Island” and “Technical Cooperation Facility phase II” is concentrated into assist the government to secure safe and sustainable drinking water supply, and to provide technical assistance for national development. EC contribution is set at EUR 6 334 136,96

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