- Protective Quality Education for Conflict Affected Children in South Sudan (project ended)
- ACT for Humanitarian Capacity Development in EU Aid Volunteers Initiative
- EU Children of Peace Initiative in Myanmar (project ended)
- Health and WASH project in Liberia (project ended)
- Improving food security in South Lubero, Democratic Republic of Congo (project ended)
- Inclusive Education in Emergencies (EiE) Response for Drought Affected IDP and host community children in Bay Region of Southwest State of Somalia
- Innovative and inclusive accelerated education programme for refugee and host community children (INCLUDE) in Uganda (consortia)
- Providing safe access to basic education and protection services for crisis affected populations in Fangak County, Jonglei State, South Sudan
- Improving access to quality education for South Sudanese refugee children in Bidibidi and Omugo Refugee Settlements, Yumbe and Arua Districts, Uganda (project ended)
DG Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (ECHO) of the European Commission: The European Union is one of the world’s largest providers of funds for humanitarian assistance operations. Within the Commission, assistance is managed by the Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO).
Since 1992, the Commission has financed relief projects in over 140 countries, alleviating the suffering of millions of affected populations in crisis zones outside the EU.
Funds are allocated for vital lifesaving goods and services including food, shelter, medical provisions, water supplies, sanitation and demining. Disaster preparedness and risk reduction projects in regions prone to natural catastrophes are also among the life-saving activities financed by the Commission.
Assistance is channelled impartially to the affected populations, regardless of their race, ethnic group, religion, gender, age, nationality or political affiliation, through operational partners.
Finn Church Aid (FCA) has a Framework Partnership Agreement with ECHO and has implemented several projects funded by ECHO.