European Commission

The European Commission plays a key role in the design of development policy and delivering aid worldwide. Internationally, it helps to negotiate development cooperation agreements and is represented on the ground by EU delegations around the world.

The European Commission is responsible for designing European development policy and delivering aid throughout the world as effectively as possible.

It also ensures that the EU is represented internationally in development policy matters and in negotiating agreements on international development issues. To this end, it works closely with or within international organisations such as the United Nations and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development and in informal groupings such as the Group of Eight (G8) and the Group of Twenty (G20).

The European Union is represented by EU delegations and offices around the world. Delegations are diplomatic missions and are usually responsible for one country, although some are representatives to several countries. Through EU delegations and offices the European Commission maintains contact with local authorities and populations around the globe.

Current projects

Community Livelihood and Biodiversity Recover [COLIBRI]

Central Asia Water, Environment and Climate Change Cooperation (WECOOP III)

Central Asia Water, Environment and Climate Change Cooperation (WECOOP III)

Contributing to socio-economic development of remote communities in Bazar-Korgon District of Jalal-Abad Region through public-private dialogue

EU for Civil Society in Libya (CIL)

Promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy production in the community-based tourism sector in Central Asia

Waste to (Positive) Energy

Supporting Civil Society Organizations at local and national level to monitor public policies in key sectors in Jordan – Jordan Guardians Project

Promoting resilience and social cohesion through an integrated response to vulnerable communities in Yemen

Promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy production in the community-based tourism sector in Central Asia

Speak Out: Tackling gender-based violence against female garment workers in Sri Lanka through civil society engagement

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