EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

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.
The European Commission has adopted five new programmes worth over €141 million under the EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa.
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).
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The overall objective of the programme is to address the root causes of displacement and irregular migration through the creation of economic opportunities and the strengthening of the resilience capacity of the most vulnerable communities. The specific objective is strengthening economic opportunities and resilience of the most vulnerable communities to human-induced and natural disaster crises, through measures that will increase livelihoods and employment, and better access to basic services.
The overall objective of this programme is to contribute to the strengthening of migrant protection and sustainable reintegration systems in North Africa. This programme will be implemented by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM).
Building on the priorities set by the European Commission in the joint Communication "Migration on the Central Mediterranean Route: Managing flows, saving lives" released on 25 January 2017, this programme aims to contribute to reducing enablers of – and mitigating vulnerabilities arising from – irregular migration in Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia by focusing on the dismantling of organised criminal groups involved in migrant smuggling and human trafficking. 
The overall objective of this programme is to enhance the response to migration challenges in Egypt. The programme will be articulated through seven different projects.
As part of the Commission’s Action Plan to support Italy from 4 July 2017, this programme, implemented by the Italian Ministry of Interior, will aim at stepping up activities in support of the Libyan Border and Coastguards in order to enhance their capacity to effectively manage the country’s borders. The programme will have a particular focus on the Southern regions of the country.
The main objective of this project is to contribute to reducing poverty and consequently to the settlement of populations and reduction of irregular migrations (especially to Europe). The project aims to:

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