The EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

The EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

The European Commission adopted five new programmes and three top-ups of current programmes worth €115.5 million under the EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa to complement ongoing efforts in the Sahel and Lake Chad region.
Investing in the Safety and Integrity of Adolescent Girls (I-SING) in North East Nigeria
I-SING (Investing in the Safety and Integrity of Adolescent Girls) is a two-year programme, funded by the European Union via the EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa – EUTF, which will run from September 2016 to January 2019. It seeks to improve the safety, livelihood and personal agency of adolescent girls in North East Nigeria. I-SING targets 12,000 adolescent girls and 5,000 adolescent boys with life skills, reproductive health knowledge, psycho-social support, financial literacy and job readiness and livelihood trainings delivered within safe spaces.
I-SING (Investing in the Safety and Integrity of Adolescent Girls) is a two-year program, funded by the European Union via the EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa – EUTF, which will run from September 2016 to January 2019. It seeks to improve the safety, livelihood and personal agency of adolescent girls in North East Nigeria.
The European Commission has adopted five new programmes worth over €141 million under the EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa.
This third progress report presents highlights of operational developments in the European Union's (EU) external assistance concerned with nutrition and provides updates on progress towards its two commitments in nutrition : - to support partner countries in reducing the number of stunted children under the age of five by at least 7 million by 2025 - to ensure the allocation of EUR 3.5 billion between 2014 and 2020 to improve nutrition in developing countries.
Appel à Manifestation d'intérêt pour appuyer la protection des migrants les plus vulnérables en Afrique de l'Ouest
EUTF call for proposal
PROACT activities aim to reduce food insecurity in a timely manner, helping the most vulnerable groups recover from crises and and build long-term food and nutrition security (FNS).
Through the Pro-resilience Action(PROACT), the EU is engaged in reducing food insecurity in a timely manner, helping the most vulnerable groups recover from crises and facilitating the phasing out of humanitarian assistance and build long-term food and nutrition security (FNS). ProACT intervention is developed around two main objectives:

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