|Community Investments by sector (€ thousands)||2014||2015||2016|
|Access to energy||1,907||1,374||4,324|
|Water and sanitation||1,185||1,060||880|
|Education and training||12,151||10,594||15,771|
|Life on land||16,596||3,894||6,903|
|Livelihood restoration & resettlement||2,535||5,367|
In 2016, overall spending in territorial activities deriving from agreements and conventions (Community Investments) amounted to around €67 million, of which around 94% was in the context of upstream activities. The largest amount was for Asia, around €33 million or 50% of the total, including around €5.4 million for resettlement and livelihood restoration activities as part of the relocation project involving the inhabitants of the villages of Berezovka and Bestau. A total of €17.5 million (26% of the total) was spent in Africa, of which €15.5 million in Sub-Saharan Africa. In 2016 Eni made a significant commitment to economic diversification (€29.1 million, 44% of the total) mainly involving infrastructure and social development in Kazakhstan, Nigeria and Congo, as well as in education and training (€15.8 million, 24% of the total), with significant activities in Ghana and Turkmenistan.