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Monday, 23 October 2017

European Parliament (Brussels):
- 5-6-8 October: Committee meetings
- 7 October: Groups meetings
- 7-8 October: Plenary Session

EU Presidency (Brussels):
- 5 October: Africa Working Party (COAFR); Working Party on Development Cooperation
- 6 October: ACP Working Party (Africa, Caribbean and Pacific)
- 7 October: Coreper I and II
- 8 October: Working Party on Development Cooperation (CODEV);
- 9 October: Africa Working Party (COAFR); ACP Working Party

ACP Secretariat (Brussels):
- 7 October: S/C on Establishment and Finance; Joint S/C meetings on Political and Sustainable Development
- 8 October: S/C on Establishment and Finance; Joint meetings of S/C on Trade and Investment and Private sector

For more information please consult the calendar on our webpage http://brussels.cta.int/

Mr. Vincenzo Galastro of the African Agriculture Fund (AAF) is our special guest this week. Mr Galastro, was in Brussels for the 13th Development Briefing on the challenges and opportunities for SMEs in agriculture in ACP countries, and he talked to us about the African Agriculture Fund.
The next Brussels Development Briefing will be held on 12th October 2009 on the role of Media in Rural Development. We will discuss the need to mainstream media in development and increase donor's attention to media as well as the challenges the journalists and media specialists face when addressing agricultural and rural development issues in their work. We will try to find more on how media can better serve rural communities in ACP countries. This Briefing will be part of the 25th Anniversary events of CTA and we will have with us prominent policy-makers and media specialists sharing with us their experience and views on these issues. To know more and register contact: pruna@cta.int or boto@cta.int.
In the context of the European Development Days to be held in Stockholm under the Swedish presidency on 22-24th October 2009, CTA in partnership with the EC, FAO, IFAD, IIED, AGRA, Regional African Farmers Organisations will organise on 22 October (17h00-19h00) a round table on trends and challenges of the Global Land Acquisition. Recent global trends are prompting a massive increase in global commercial interest in land and natural resources. In many countries this is creating unprecedented pressures on land resources and placing new tensions on land tenure systems. We will discuss the facts, scope and main affected countries as well as the drivers behind. We will also look at the minimum set of principles and measures to coordinate the large-scale transnational land acquisitions and leases at international level in order to ensure that such investments work for the benefit of the population including the most vulnerable groups. To know more and register: boto@cta.int.
Thursday, 01 October 2009

The European Commission's humanitarian department is providing 150,000 euros in fast-track emergency relief following the tsunami in the Pacific islands region. This initial funding will be disbursed to the International Red Cross Federation through their Disaster Response Emergency Fund (DREF) to assist with primary emergency needs in Samoa depending upon the first 'on the ground' assessments by our humanitarian partner. In a first instance, there is expected to be a need for medical assistance, fresh water supplies and emergency shelter. The European Commission continues to monitor the situation very closely in case additional emergency humanitarian funding is urgently needed across the affected states and communities of the region.

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