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Saturday, 21 October 2017

The next Brussels Development Briefing - Farmer-driven research to improve food and nutrition security -  will take place on the 14th November 2013 at the Jacques Delors Building (in Brussels). You can download the detailed program of the event, as well as a brief research note on the topic here.

Thursday, 31 October 2013

European Parliament:

- 04-07 November: European Parliament committee meetings

Council of the EU:

- 29 October: Meeting of the Political and Security Committee
- 05 November: Meeting of the Political and Security Committee
- 08 November: Meeting of the Political and Security Committee

ACP Group:

- 29 October: Bureau of the Committee of Ambassadors
- 29 October: Enlarged Bureau of the Committee of Ambassadors
- 30 October: 4th Open Day of the Sustainable Economic Development and Trade Department
- 05 November: 5th Meeting of the Ad Hoc W/G on Post-2015 MDGs

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In this week’s CTA Brussels video interview, Kalilou Sylla, Executive Secretary, ROPPA, West Africa,  tells us more about the Maputo Declaration on Agriculture and Food Security and the 10 percent national budget allocation to agriculture development.

European aid to poor countries is stalling two years ahead of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals deadline, with aid cut or stagnant in 19 member states reveals the new Concord AidWatch report published today on the International Day for Poverty Eradication. The report looks at the quality and quantity of EU aid, with analysis showing that the funding gap to reach the UN target stands at €36billion.

EU Commissioner for Development Andris Piebalgs announced today (29 October 2013) new financial support for West Africa for the period 2014-2020, during a round of discussions with Ministers and other authorities of the countries in the region on the priorities to be funded during the next 7 years. This support will amount to some €6.4 billion (subject to confirmation by the European Parliament and Council) and is expected to support investments that generate growth and job creation for the 300 million citizens of West Africa.

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