The event took place on March 10, gathering around 150 participants from all over Europe, the majority of whom were companies and organisations active in private sector and development.
The sector seminar Private Sector Development in EU External Action Programmes is re-scheduled to take place in Brussels on Thursday, 10 March 2016. More information about this event is available under "next seminar".
The sector seminar Private Sector Development in EU External Action Programmes, planned to take place in Brussels on Thursday, 26 November 2015 is postponed, a new date to be confirmed..
You may get in touch with your Permanent Representation for more information, and find out more about the new date under "next seminar" as soon as updates are available.
The next sector seminar will focus on Private Sector Development in EU External Action Programmes. It will take place in Brussels on Thursday, November 26, 2015. You may find out more about this event under "next seminar".
The event was focused on external financing in sustainable agriculture and food security. It gathered about a hundred participants for a whole day and among them, 70 European companies and operators.
The next WEBINAR will focus on the changes introduced in the latest version of the “Practical Guide (PRAG) for Procurement and Grants for European Union external actions” and the implications for European companies. It will take place ONLINE on Thursday, November 26, 2020.
The new Practical Guide (PRAG) applicable as of 1 August 2020 introduces some changes that may impact the way of European companies participate in tenders and call for proposals. The webinar will take place on 26th November from 15H00 to 16:00. Germany and Spain are the main organizing countries of the webinar and a significant number of Member states organizations co-organize the event. The platform will be Webex. For those companies that cannot access to the session the same day, we plan to record it in order to make it available on this web page.
In recent years, the implementation of the budget that the European Union allocates to third countries has experienced what could be regarded as a revolution. Indeed, up to five years ago most of the so called External Action budget was managed directly by the European Commission and the recipient countries’ authorities. Nowadays, the implementation of a large chunk of that financial envelope is delegated to a wide variety of actors, such as Member States development agencies, International Financial Institutions and non-profit making organisations