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Wednesday, 12 December 2018
On February 10, 2010, EuropeAid published an updated forecast of upcoming global calls for proposals. Among them, the calls of the thematic programme "Non-State Actors and Local Authorities in Development" (on Development Education; Coordination, Cooperation and Networking Activities; Global, Multicountry/regional Initiatives; In-country Interventions) which are expected to be published on March 15, 2010, but also calls of other thematic programmes (Investing in People, Environment, European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights) are listed.
EU Member States must not only deliver on their international aid pledges, but also bring in a financial transactions tax and a temporary debt moratorium, to help developing countries to cope with the effects of the global financial and economic crisis, said the Development Committee on Monday. Member States are also urged to earmark at least 25% of the EU's CO2 emission trading revenue to help developing countries to deal with the effects of climate change.
Thursday, 04 March 2010
The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs will allocate 3, 8 million euros in 2010 for the Official Development Assistance budget. In 2009 the ODA budget was less than 2 million euros. According to an interview given to Euractiv Romania, Mihaela Rutjens (Head of Division for Official Development Assistance, Romanian MFA) mentioned that 2 million euros from the 2010 budget will be used for implementing projects in the Republic of Moldova.
The French Ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Mr Pierre Jacquemot and Mr Cheick Ba, Mission Head of “Action against Hunger” have signed two grant agreements targeting populations in the east of the country. According to the terms of the agreements, France agrees to contribute a total of 800,000 euros to the NGO.  
France’s draft finance bill gave the first indication and the OECD has now confirmed it: in times of crisis, France fails to honour its commitments towards developing countries. Overseas Development Aid (ODA) in France has become a variable cost in public expenditure. Are donor countries keeping their promises? The OECD addressed the question by studying the 2010 budget provisions for ODA in the major donor countries.