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Mobilisation of the European Union Solidarity Fund: Assistance to Latvia

07-11-2018

The European Union Solidarity Fund (EUSF) supports EU Member States struck by natural disasters, through providing financial assistance to contribute to a rapid return to normal conditions. A budgetary proposal to mobilise the EUSF in order to help Latvia deal with damages caused by flooding is scheduled to be voted during the November I plenary session. The proposed amount to be allocated to Latvia from the EUSF is €17 730 519.

The European Union Solidarity Fund (EUSF) supports EU Member States struck by natural disasters, through providing financial assistance to contribute to a rapid return to normal conditions. A budgetary proposal to mobilise the EUSF in order to help Latvia deal with damages caused by flooding is scheduled to be voted during the November I plenary session. The proposed amount to be allocated to Latvia from the EUSF is €17 730 519.

European Solidarity Corps

05-09-2018

The European Parliament is due to vote during its September plenary session on a legislative proposal on the legal framework of the European Solidarity Corps. The Corps offers opportunities to young people between 18 and 30 years old to take up placements lasting between two months and a year. The initiative covers all the EU Members States, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Turkey and the Republic of North Macedonia.

The European Parliament is due to vote during its September plenary session on a legislative proposal on the legal framework of the European Solidarity Corps. The Corps offers opportunities to young people between 18 and 30 years old to take up placements lasting between two months and a year. The initiative covers all the EU Members States, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Turkey and the Republic of North Macedonia.

Success Stories: The Use of the EU Solidarity Fund

15-10-2014

This in-depth analysis looks at the results obtained from EU budget resources dedicated to the EU Solidarity Fund (EUSF), and the role of the European Parliament in making such resources available. So far, in 56 cases, 23 member states have benefited from EUSF grants amounting to EUR 3,7 billion. The Solidarity Fund provides assistance to member states or accession countries whose regions are affected by major natural disasters e.g. floods, fires, storms, drought, earthquakes, etc., with serious ...

This in-depth analysis looks at the results obtained from EU budget resources dedicated to the EU Solidarity Fund (EUSF), and the role of the European Parliament in making such resources available. So far, in 56 cases, 23 member states have benefited from EUSF grants amounting to EUR 3,7 billion. The Solidarity Fund provides assistance to member states or accession countries whose regions are affected by major natural disasters e.g. floods, fires, storms, drought, earthquakes, etc., with serious effects on the living conditions of the citizens of the affected regions.

Typhoon Haiyan Bares Shortcomings in Disaster Preparedness

20-11-2013

Tropical Typhoon Haiyan may serve as a stress case for the global disaster preparedness system. It will take years for the Philippines to recover. The EU should step up its efforts to build resilience and evaluate the ways in which it allocates funds in crisis-prone countries. Access to food and drinking water are the biggest problems. An estimated 56 400 women are at risk of gender-related violence. The EU has made EUR 20 million available for humanitarian aid and recovery. Including EU Member States ...

Tropical Typhoon Haiyan may serve as a stress case for the global disaster preparedness system. It will take years for the Philippines to recover. The EU should step up its efforts to build resilience and evaluate the ways in which it allocates funds in crisis-prone countries. Access to food and drinking water are the biggest problems. An estimated 56 400 women are at risk of gender-related violence. The EU has made EUR 20 million available for humanitarian aid and recovery. Including EU Member States' assistance, the EU contribution amounts to EUR 102.8 million. The Philippines is better prepared for natural disasters than many other developing countries. Typhoon Haiyan nevertheless laid bare the insufficiency of disaster management mechanisms. In the ten days following the cyclone, 29 % of the assistance requested by the UN had been contributed. China’s initial reluctance to join international donors led to accusations that Beijing was influenced by its maritime dispute with the Philippines.

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