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The EU and resilience

  Title Number of files File size Summary Author and Date
A Partnership for resilience to food crises in Sahel: AGIR - Alliance Globale pour l’Initiative Résilience   20.6 kb  European Commission, June 2012

The European Commission convened a high level meeting convened a high level meeting on 18 June, aiming to address the emergency in the short-term and to establish a new partnership to strengthen the resilience of the Sahel to future crises over the long-term. The product of the meeting: a joint declaration entitled AGIR Sahel (Alliance Globale pour l’Initiative Resilience). The document represents a partnership on building resilience to food crises in the Sahel between a multitude of governments, humanitarian organisations, UN agencies and other organisations such as the World Bank, the African Development Bank, the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation and two regional organisations (ECOWAS and UEMOA).  
Caroline Gassiat 20/02/2013, 15:31
The EU Approach to Resilience: Learning from Food Security Crises   115.1 kb  Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council, October 3rd 2012

The new Communication, “The EU Approach to Resilience: Learning from Food Security Crises” draws lessons from the experience of responding to recent food crises and outlines the measures with which the European Union will help vulnerable populations reduce the impact of future crises and disasters.  
Caroline Gassiat 20/02/2013, 15:30