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Guatemala

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:57

EU cooperation with Guatemala is supporting economic growth and regional integration and promoting social cohesive – to ensure that in the drive for growth, society remains together as a whole. 

The EU allocated €135 million of funding to Guatemala for the period 2007-13 under the financing Instrument for Development Cooperation (DCI).

The funding priorities as set out in the Country Strategy Paper 2007-13 were:

  • social cohesion and public safety (35%)
  • economic growth and regional integration (65%)

The European Union also financed activities in Guatemala on human rights, food security, the environment, health, decentralised cooperation, help to refugees, and also co-finances projects with non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

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Guatemala

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:57

EU cooperation with Guatemala is supporting economic growth and regional integration and promoting social cohesive – to ensure that in the drive for growth, society remains together as a whole. 

The EU allocated €135 million of funding to Guatemala for the period 2007-13 under the financing Instrument for Development Cooperation (DCI).

The funding priorities as set out in the Country Strategy Paper 2007-13 were:

  • social cohesion and public safety (35%)
  • economic growth and regional integration (65%)

The European Union also financed activities in Guatemala on human rights, food security, the environment, health, decentralised cooperation, help to refugees, and also co-finances projects with non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

Categories: News

Guatemala

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:57

EU cooperation with Guatemala is supporting economic growth and regional integration and promoting social cohesive – to ensure that in the drive for growth, society remains together as a whole. 

The EU allocated €135 million of funding to Guatemala for the period 2007-13 under the financing Instrument for Development Cooperation (DCI).

The funding priorities as set out in the Country Strategy Paper 2007-13 were:

  • social cohesion and public safety (35%)
  • economic growth and regional integration (65%)

The European Union also financed activities in Guatemala on human rights, food security, the environment, health, decentralised cooperation, help to refugees, and also co-finances projects with non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

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Honduras

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:57

The principal aim of EU cooperation with Honduras is to promote social cohesion in the context of regional integration, to ensure that in the drive for growth, society remains together as a whole.

The EU allocated €223 million of funding to Honduras 2007-13 under the Development Cooperation Instrument.

The priorities outlined in the Honduras Country Strategy Paper 2007-2013 were:

  • the promotion of social cohesion (50%)
  • management of forestry resources (30%)
  • the improvement of the legal system and public safety (20%)

The EU also funded activities in Honduras to promote food security.

 

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Honduras

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:57

The principal aim of EU cooperation with Honduras is to promote social cohesion in the context of regional integration, to ensure that in the drive for growth, society remains together as a whole.

The EU allocated €223 million of funding to Honduras 2007-13 under the Development Cooperation Instrument.

The priorities outlined in the Honduras Country Strategy Paper 2007-2013 were:

  • the promotion of social cohesion (50%)
  • management of forestry resources (30%)
  • the improvement of the legal system and public safety (20%)

The EU also funded activities in Honduras to promote food security.

 

Categories: News

Honduras

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:57

The principal aim of EU cooperation with Honduras is to promote social cohesion in the context of regional integration, to ensure that in the drive for growth, society remains together as a whole.

The EU allocated €223 million of funding to Honduras 2007-13 under the Development Cooperation Instrument.

The priorities outlined in the Honduras Country Strategy Paper 2007-2013 were:

  • the promotion of social cohesion (50%)
  • management of forestry resources (30%)
  • the improvement of the legal system and public safety (20%)

The EU also funded activities in Honduras to promote food security.

 

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République démocratique du Congo

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:53

Programmes d’aide

Le document de stratégie pour la RDC (2008-2013) présente le cadre stratégique de l'assistance fournie par l'UE au titre du 10e Fonds européen de développement (FED).

L’UE vise à reconstruire le pays sur le plan politique (gouvernance) et physique (infrastructures de transport et soins de santé). La Commission soutient également des initiatives régionales et des mesures de protection de l’environnement.

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Guinée

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:14

À la suite d’un coup d’État survenu en décembre 2008, l’UE a suspendu sa coopération avec la Guinée en vertu de l’article 96 de l'accord de Cotonou concernant les mesures pouvant être prises en cas de non-respect des éléments essentiels de l’accord.

Coopération UE/Guinée

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La République centrafricaine

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:13

Enclavée au cœur de l’Afrique centrale, la République centrafricaine reste l’un des pays les plus pauvres du monde, malgré la richesse de ses ressources naturelles (bois, or, diamants et uranium). La majorité de la population vit de l’agriculture.

Programmes d’aide

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Côte d'Ivoire

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:13

La Côte d’Ivoire sort d'une longue période de violents conflits, dont la crise post-électorale constitue le dernier épisode. Alassane Ouattara n'a pu investir la présidence, en 2011, qu’après l’intervention de l'ancienne coalition rebelle des Forces nouvelles. Le contexte sécuritaire reste fragile.

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Cameroon

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:13
Foresterie

Cameroon is a country with a good development potential due to a diversified economy but still high poverty due to weak institutional development

 Cameroon is the largest middle income  country in Central Africa with a relatively diversified economy ( agriculture, forestry, raw material extraction and some transformation industry) and a dynamic private sector. However, in spite of Cameroon's very significant endowments in natural resources and a well educated elite, economic growth (around 3-4%) has been lagging behind the rates achieved by more dynamic African countries and large parts of the country remain very poor. Also security threats are increasing mainly on the northern borders. The current president Paul Biya, in power since 1982, was re-elected in the 2011. EU cooperation focused in the past on improving governance, boosting trade and regional integration. As Cameroon is the first country in the region expected to ratify the Economic Partnership Agreement, it plays a key role in the region as well.

Cooperation 2008-13

The Country Strategy Paper for Cameroon (2008-13) and a multiannual action programme, detailed cooperation priorities with Cameroon for €250 million of funding under the 10thEuropean Development Fund (EDF).

In the governance sector, the EC has been contributing to consolidating the rule of law, management of public finances, forestry governance and the sustainable management of natural resources. With regard to trade and regional integration, assistance has been on competitiveness and facilitating trade, strengthening production and exports as well as improving the road network.

Additional assistance from the thematic budgets is assisting decentralisation and non-state actors (NSAs).

All EU projects in Cameroon address cross-cutting issues such as gender, the environment, human rights (in particular those of the pygmy people) and the prevention of HIV/AIDS and malaria.

 

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Cameroun

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:13

Le Cameroun est doté d'un bon potentiel de développement du fait de son économie diversifiée, mais le niveau de pauvreté y reste élevé en raison de son faible développement institutionnel

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Guiné-Bissau

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:12

O apoio da UE à Guiné-Bissau incide sobretudo nos seguintes domínios: prevenção de conflitos, água, energia e apoio orçamental geral para a estabilidade macroeconómica.

A ajuda concedida pela UE à Guiné-Bissau ao abrigo do 10.º Fundo Europeu de Desenvolvimento (2008-13) ascendeu a 102,8 milhões de euros. Os objetivos são:

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Seychelles

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:07

La République des Seychelles est un petit État insulaire en développement (PEID), situé dans l’ouest de l’océan Indien. Ce pays à revenu intermédiaire affiche un indice de développement humain élevé, fruit d'une longue politique d'investissement dans la protection sociale. Le tourisme et la pêche — les piliers de l’économie — sont intrinsèquement liés au milieu naturel marin préservé du pays, rendant l’île extrêmement vulnérable au changement climatique et aux activités humaines susceptibles de nuire aux écosystèmes.

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Gabon

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:06

Riche en ressources naturelles, disposant d’importantes réserves de pétrole, de bois, de minerai de fer et de manganèse, le Gabon est aujourd'hui un pays à revenu moyen supérieur, stable sur le plan politique et macroéconomique. La pauvreté y est cependant encore largement répandue. L'aide apportée par l’UE est axée sur l’amélioration des infrastructures de base et l’éducation.

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Djibouti

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:06

Ce petit pays à revenu intermédiaire d'Afrique de l'Est, bien que politiquement stable, affiche des indicateurs de pauvreté élevés et des indicateurs sociaux faibles.

L’économie de Djibouti, dont le secteur agricole et l’industrie sont peu développés, repose principalement sur les services. Situé à la pointe de la Corne de l’Afrique et à l’entrée de la mer Rouge, les ports et les zones franches du pays jouent un rôle important dans toute la région. L'aide apportée par l’UE est axée sur l’eau, l’assainissement et l’énergie.

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Mali

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:06

L'UE ne ménage pas ses efforts pour aider les autorités maliennes à garantir la paix et la stabilité, la gouvernance et le développement durable dans le pays. En 2013, 327 millions d'euros ont été engagés et 124,6 millions ont été versés au titre des programmes du 10e Fonds européen de développement (FED). La Commission a donc respecté la promesse faite lors de la conférence des donateurs pour le Mali organisée à Bruxelles de fournir ces fonds en 2013.

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Madagascar

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:06
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Madagascar

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:05

Située dans le sud-ouest de l’océan Indien, et séparée du continent africain par le canal du Mozambique, Madagascar est la quatrième plus grande île du monde. Classée 151e sur les 186 pays de l'indice de développement humain publié par les Nations unies en 2013, Madagascar figure parmi les pays les plus pauvres au monde. Après une crise politique de plus de cinq ans (de 2009 à 2014), l’ordre constitutionnel a été rétabli en 2014.

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Moçambique

Europaid - Mon, 04/13/2015 - 16:05

Moçambique é um país em rápido crescimento que registou uma recuperação económica significativa desde o final de uma guerra civil devastadora. A descoberta recente de vastas jazidas de gás no norte do país dá a Moçambique perspetivas de grande crescimento económico. O desafio será transformar essa riqueza em crescimento equitativo e inclusivo. Moçambique é ainda um país pobre, ocupando a 185.ª posição em 187 no Índice de Desenvolvimento Humano de 2013, e é confrontado frequentemente com catástrofes naturais, principalmente cheias, períodos de seca e ciclones.

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