2022-23 Trócaire Annual ReportLearn More
Trócaire receives funding from the European Union (EU) through a number of different funding sources.
The European Union (EU) is one of Trócaire’s primary institutional donors. Trócaire receives support from the EU both for our longer-term development work in a range of sectors, and for our work to prepare for and respond to humanitarian crises.
In 2022, the EU supported Trócaire programmes in Sierra Leone, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Somalia, Malawi, Guatemala, Honduras, and Myanmar. Trócaire received EU Humanitarian Aid to prepare for and respond to humanitarian crises in Somalia, Myanmar, Ethiopia, Guatemala and Honduras.
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Trócaire’s funding relationship with the EU dates back to 1979.
Trócaire is delighted to have been awarded an EU Humanitarian Partnership Certificate by the European Commission, confirming our eligibility to apply for and be awarded EU funding for the implementation of humanitarian aid operations. The certificate covers the period 1st January 2021 until 31st December 2027.
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