Environment and ecosystem management are key to ensuring urban and rural development and meeting the Sustainable Development Goals.
Draws together information on procedures relating to financial and contractual matters and legal affairs.
The EU is increasingly addressing, through its development cooperation, the challenges posed by fragility and crisis. This trend is reflected not only in terms of very substantial funding, but also in the focus of recent EU development policies.
It is not just that women have lower incomes and are less wealthy; poverty in the narrow financial sense is compounded by women's lack of political power and unequal access to basic human rights; employment, information, social services, infrastructure, natural resources, etc. Addressing gender equality effectively will ensure aid is effective and benefits both sexes equally.
Well-managed migration can enhance the development of both the countries of destination and origin and be beneficial for the migrants themselves and their families. To seize the opportunities while minimising the risks of migration, it is essential for the global community to cooperate, as no country can address migration and forced displacement on its own.
Improving nutrition in developing countries means enabling poor people, and notably mothers and children, to adopt or maintain diets of sufficient nutritional value and to access healthcare and safe water.
Private sector development and the facilitation of trade, often through better regional integration and agreements, help to build a stronger global marketplace and fuel development across borders.