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  1. Fighting Ebola: European Commission sends representatives to Sierra Leone and Liberia to coordinate EU support - 24/09/2014

    The European Commission is continuing its active participation in the efforts to contain the outbreak of Ebola which has already claimed 2811 lives in Guinea, Liberia, Siera Leone and Nigeria. Two high-level officials from the Commission have visited Sierra Leone (Freetown) and Liberia (Monrovia) last week to discuss the coordinated response to the epidemic and to confirm continued European...
  2. ECOWAS Electricity Regulation - 18/12/2014

    has been organized annually; a directive on the organisation of en electricity regional market has ...

    ECOWAS, Electricity

  3. Lunch-time conference: African experts manage European mobile laboratories- EU training that paid off during the Ebola outbreak (24/04/2015) - 24/04/2015

    Six Nigerian experts have been operating a mobile laboratory in Sierra Leone since December, testing Ebola samples. Their work is the result of longer term EU training efforts to strengthen crisis preparedness in Africa.
  4. EU support to land governance for improving food security, poverty reduction and inclusive development - 16/04/2018

    The EU contributes to the process of designing land laws and carrying out policy reform. The EU also supports land administrations and sponsors CSOs in their advocacy work to promote equal land rights.

    land rights, land investments, VGGT, Women

  5. EU support to the Scaling-up Nutrition (SUN) movement secretariat (SMS) - 25/04/2018

    Strengthening the SMS in supporting the SUN Movement to maintain nutrition high on the international development agenda and enable SUN countries achieve progress against their commitment for nutrition

    Action Plan on Nutrition, Tackling malnutrition, scaling-up nutrition, improving nutrition and reducing stunting

  6. EU support to major food crisis: the PRO-resilience action to tackle shocks and restore livelihoods in post-crisis/crisis scenarios - 28/09/2018

    PROACT activities aim to reduce food insecurity in a timely manner, helping the most vulnerable groups recover from crises and and build long-term food and nutrition security (FNS).

    food crisis, vulnerability, resilience, rehabilitation