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Dentro del marco del Expo Agua Perú 2018, Perú y Holanda firmarán el Blue Deal, convenio que contendrá una propuesta de asistencia técnica 2019-2030 para las cuencas vulnerables de Tumbes y Piura.
El presidente del Centro de Competencias del Agua, Bram Willems, entidad organizadora de la IV edición de Expo Agua 2018, remarcó la importancia de este tipo de iniciativas para el país.
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Today, the Administrator for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Honorable Mark Green, and the Secretary of State for the Department for International Development (DFID) of the United Kingdom, The Right Honourable Penny Mordaunt, M.P., announced 23 intended finalists for Creating Hope in Conflict: A Humanitarian Grand Challenge, at the 2018 edition of the Concordia Annual Summit in New York City.
Over 15,000 politicians, policymakers, activists, researchers and advocates from more than 160 countries will be in Amsterdam this week for the 22nd International AIDS Conference, where they will share new research and learn from one another about better ways to combat the disease.
The Dutch government will support displaced Iraqis returning to towns and villages recently occupied by ISIS. Sigrid Kaag, the Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, announced the support during a visit to Mosul, the liberated city in northern Iraq where the terrorist organisation declared the caliphate in 2014.
Speaking at the DRC Humanitarian Conference in Geneva on Friday, development minister Sigrid Kaag announced that the Netherlands will make over €10 million available this year for humanitarian assistance to the people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The conference was organised by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA), the EU and the Netherlands.
On Wednesday, Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Sigrid Kaag announced at an international conference in Brussels that the Netherlands will continue to provide support aimed at relieving the suffering of Syrians in Syria and its neighbouring countries and helping to maintain regional stability.
In the years ahead Lebanon can continue to count on Dutch support to increase stability in the fragile country. During a speech at a conference in Paris on Lebanon's economic development, trade and development minister Sigrid Kaag said that she will closely monitor whether the Lebanese government implements its announced reforms, tackles corruption and balances the budget.
PRESS RELEASE ]No 40/18
Luxembourg, 12 April 2018
Judgment in Case C-550/16 A and S v Staatssecretaris van Veiligheid en Justitie
Such an application for family reunification must however be made within a reasonable time, in principle within three months of the date on which the minor concerned is recognised as having refugee status
In the afternoon of March 26, in the city of La Haye (Netherlands), the National Assembly’s Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan received the Deputy Director of the Staff of the Delta Programme Commissioner Hermen Borst
She expressed her pleasure at the meeting, the Chairwoman of NA considered that the Strategic Partnership on Climate Change Adaptation and Water Management signed in 2010 between the two countries is an effective cooperation model which exploiting the inherent strength of the Netherlands and contributing to sustainable development of Vietnam.
The Netherlands is offering accelerated assistance to Palestinian refugees in need. In doing so, the government aims to ensure that humanitarian assistance and basic services continue to be maintained.
Un an après son lancement, She Decides affiche 450 millions d’euros de moyens supplémentaires récoltés pour les droits et la santé sexuels et reproductifs des filles et des femmes. Le vice-Premier ministre et ministre de la Coopération au Développement Alexander De Croo s’en réjouit tout en prévenant que “_le combat n’est pas encore terminé. Trop de filles et de femmes n’ont pas encore la liberté de décider elles-mêmes avec qui, quand et combien d’enfants elles souhaitent avoir”._
The budget that the government allocated last year for She Decides – to preserve family planning services – has benefited women in a number of countries, including Ethiopia, Yemen, Mali, Bangladesh and Mozambique. She Decides has also supported several programmes covering multiple countries, such as the West African region as a whole. The Netherlands is spending a total of €29 million on She Decides in 2017 and 2018.
The European Emergency Response Capacity is commonly referred to as the "voluntary pool". It consists of a range of emergency response capacities that countries participating in the EU Civil Protection Mechanism make available for EU emergency response operations.
The European Emergency Response Capacity is commonly referred to as the "voluntary pool". It consists of a range of civil protection capacities which countries that participate in the EU Civil Protection Mechanism make available for EU emergency response operations.
On 5 April 2017, representatives of over 70 countries, international organisations and civil society came together in Brussels for the ‘Supporting the future of Syria and the region’ conference (Brussels conference) to build on momentum from the previous London and Kuwait conferences and mobilise funding to respond to the needs of the people affected by the Syria crisis. The EU, Germany, Kuwait, Norway, Qatar, the United Kingdom (UK) and the United Nations (UN) co-chaired this fifth pledging conference for Syria and the region.
The government is to provide a second package of emergency aid for refugees fleeing Myanmar. The decision by development minister Lilianne Ploumen comes in response to an appeal from the International Red Cross, the only international organisation able to reach the northern part of Rakhine State. The Red Cross has warned that no funding is currently available for a substantial part of the humanitarian aid immediately needed in the region. ‘The plight of many people there is utterly desperate,’ the minister commented.
The special teams deployed worldwide by the Netherlands to advise countries on how to protect themselves against flooding will be continuing their activities in the years ahead. Foreign trade and development cooperation minister Lilianne Ploumen and infrastructure and environment minister Melanie Schultz van Hagen have pledged to fund the Dutch Risk Reduction (DRR) teams for another three years.
The relief and recovery efforts are still ongoing at a high intensity. Accessibility gradually improving, pharmacies and banks have re-opened, and water pipes being repaired. Situation is still defined as relief effort and medevacs are still ongoing, but the overall response is gradually shifting to recovery.
However lack of transportation in situ is severely challenging the distribution of relief items.