Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived

The European Commission (DG Employment) has proposed to set up a European Aid Fund to help the most deprived persons in the EU.

A successor to the Food Aid to the Most Deprived, this new Fund would support member state schemes not only by providing food aid to the most deprived people, but also clothing and other essential goods to homeless people and materially-deprived children (such as shoes, soap and shampoo).

The proposal is yet to be approved by the European Parliament and the European Union’s Council of Ministers.

EPHA Policy Tracker Article (updated on 18 March 2013)

I. Background

II. Tracking the legislative procedure (past, present, future)

III. Contact Data of relevant Actors (MEPs, assistants, experts, attachés, industry, NGOs)

IV. Important relevant events

V. MEP questions and COM answers

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Last modified on April 11 2013.