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Development and Cooperation – EuropeAid
Development and Cooperation – EuropeAid is a new Directorate–General (DG) responsible for designing EU development policies and delivering aid through programmes and projects across the world. It incorporates the former Development and Europeaid DGs. Having one DG will simplify communication in the development field by acting as a "one stop shop" – providing a single contact point for stakeholders inside and outside the EU to deal with.
EuropeAid Development and Cooperation is responsible for designing European development policy and delivering aid throughout the world. EuropeAid delivers aid through a set of financial instruments with a focus on ensuring the quality of EU aid and its effectiveness. An active and proactive player in the development field, we promote good governance, human and economic development and tackle universal issues, such as fighting hunger and preserving natural resources.
EuropeAid implements programmes and projects around the world, wherever assistance is needed. We tailor our support to fit the region or country being helped. Programmes with a global reach allow the EU to provide similar support to countries facing similar problems.
EuropeAid implements the external aid instruments of the European Commission and seeks to deliver aid quickly and efficiently to where it is most needed. We carry out a careful analysis before committing funding. Rigorous checks ensure that money is spent effectively, and actions are monitored to ensure they meet quality standards.
European Instrument for Democracy & Human Rights (EIDHR)
Launched in 2006, the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) replaces and builds upon the European Initiative (2000-2006). Its aim is to provide support for the promotion of democracy and human rights in non-EU countries.
The EIDHR instrument can grant aid where no established development cooperation exists, and can intervene without the agreement of the governments of third countries . It can support groups or individuals within civil society defending democracy as well as intergovernmental organisations that implement the international mechanisms for the protection of human rights. Work with, for and through civil society organizations gives to the EIDHR its critical profile. Assistance under EIDHR complements other tools which are used to implement EU policies for democracy and human rights. These range from political dialogue and diplomatic initiatives to various instruments for financial and technical cooperation, including the Development Co-operation Instrument and ENPI. It also complements the more crisis-related interventions of the Instrument for Stability.
Delegation of the European Union to Albania
The Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Albania is a permanent diplomatic mission. The Delegation was established in 1993, when the European Commission decided to upgrade its Office of the Special Envoy to a full Delegation in the light of the positive democratic development, which had took place.
The EU Information Centre and the EU Information Points have been set up by the EU Delegation to Albania to bring the Union and Albania’s integration process closer to the citizens.
The EU Information Centre, located in Tirana, provides information to the Albanian public on the European Union and Albania’s integration process. The European Information Centre provides internet access, reading corners and has a broad variety of publications and official materials of the EU institutions, as well as EU bulletins, journals and other EU-related information. Visitors have free public access to all materials of the European Information Centre. To improve understanding and enrich debate on the integration process, the Centre will also host informative events with civil society actors. http://eeas.europa.eu/delegations/albania/index_en.htm