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Monday, 16 July 2018

The expert in the financing of rural development at the Rural Hub - Abdoulaye Seye - was one of the representatives of farmers organizations present in Brussels on 13th June on the occasion of the roundtable conference on "Sustainable Agriculture as a means to increase resilience: the vision of West African farmers and producers", organized by the European Commission, the Technical Centre for Agriculture (CTA), and SOS Faim.

At the last EU foreign Affairs Council - held on 22 July in Brussels -, foreign ministers from members states underscored that tensions over access to water are likely to rise in the next decade and could endanger stability in many parts of the world. Especially climate change and demographic developments were seen as aggravating the situation.

Tuesday, 30 July 2013

On July 8, the European Commission released a proposal – entitled the “Blue Belt Communication” -  to ease custom formalities for ships – reducing red tape, cutting delays in ports and making the sector more competitive.

The Central African Republic is a “country that the world forgot” and could become “a second Somalia” without additional support, EU Humanitarian Aid Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva said to journalist in Brussels on 23 July.

On 16 July, the European Commission adopted a communication proposing that all types of development aid in the post-2015 period be considered as “a whole”, by binding current major international efforts and using all their financial resources in the post-2015 period in “a new, innovative way”.

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