Today, Commissioner for Crisis Management, Janez Lenarčič, and the Prime Minister of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki, are visiting the new rescEU energy hub in Poland that will act as a logistical centre for delivering emergency energy assistance to Ukraine.
The Commission has allocated €102.5 million in humanitarian aid to help vulnerable communities in Nigeria, Niger, Chad and Cameroon, as the humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate in the Lake Chad region.
To promote the EU’s strong commitment to upholding international humanitarian law worldwide, Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarčič is today participating at an international event in Slovenia.
Human-induced humanitarian crises, resulting from wars with often widespread violations of international humanitarian law, conflicts or outbreaks of violence are the main source of humanitarian needs in the world.
rescEU: Commission creates first ever chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear strategic reserve in Finland
The Commission is allocating today €242 million to Finland for the development of the first rescEU chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) strategic reserve.
The European Commission has allocated an additional amount of €25.5 million in several African countries dealing with the repercussions of an unprecedented food crisis.
Every wildfire season brings with it new lessons, new discoveries, and new opportunities to strengthen our common work.
Syria: Statement by High Representative Borrell and Commissioner Lenarčič on the renewal of UN Security Council resolution on cross border humanitarian assistance
On Monday, the United Nations Security Council extended for six months, until 10 July 2023, the authorisation for the UN to use the crossing point of Bab al-Hawa from Turkey to Syria for humanitarian deliveries.
The new funding will support the cholera response in the settlements of those displaced, and to help prevent the outbreak reaching other areas.
Iraq: EU allocates additional €4 million in humanitarian funding to help vulnerable facing food insecurity
The funding announced today will help the most vulnerable people, particularly those internally displaced and living outside camps in informal settings in Iraq, to meet their basic needs.