Contributing to the implementation of the Pan-African Programme by providing support to actions managed by the European Union (EU) Delegation to the African Union.
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The Pan-African Programme is one the instruments that will support the Joint Africa-EU Strategy (JAES), and the first EU programme to treat Africa as one. It is funded by the EU under the Annual Action Programme 2015 of the DCI Pan-African Programme.
The overall objective of the 'support measures' is to contribute to the implementation of the Pan-African Programme by providing assistance to actions managed by the EU Delegation to the African Union. The project purpose is to cover costs linked with the identification, formulation, implementation and follow up of actions devolved to the EU Delegation to the African Union, which are not necessarily covered by others sources.
The main activities include:
- Studies and technical assistance: external technical and administrative expertise necessary at any stage of the project cycle. The expertise may cover, inter alia, programme/project related studies, identification and formulation, preparation of terms of reference, evaluation of tenders and advice on project implementation;
- Conferences, seminars, workshops, training sessions, and study visits: organisation and financing of conferences, seminars, workshops and training sessions, and study tours, including all related travel, accommodation, conference material and information costs necessary for ensuring effective events;
- Visibility, information and publications: visibility activities covering, inter alia, publications, website and database management, information activities, media relations and media monitoring, and the production of audio-visual material.
- Audits, evaluations and assessments.