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Parliamentary questions
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26 July 2018
Answer given by Mr Andriukaitis on behalf of the European Commission
Question reference: E-002579/2018

The Commission does not collect the information requested by the Honourable Members and is not in a position to request information from Member States on their funding of different groups.

The Commission reiterates its strong commitment to gender equality and women's rights. The Commission funds civil society actors working on promoting gender equality through its Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme(1).

As the Commission pointed out in its reply to Written Question E-004323/2015, whilst respecting the national competences of Member States, the Commission supports governments' efforts to ensure that health systems have the capacity to deal effectively with health needs and to provide access to appropriate, safe and quality healthcare, including care related to sexual and reproductive health, under the conditions set by national law. The Commission also works with Member States to share good practices and to deploy resources in the most beneficial and effective way, under the conditions set by national law.


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