EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

This project aims to establish climate-resilient livelihoods and reduce natural resource conflicts in North Darfur, and reduce displacement due to loss of livelihoods. 
This project aims to contribute to achieving sustainable peace, security and stability for the attainment of economic integration and development of the IGAD region.
Kenya-EU Partnership for the implementation of the Kenya CVE Strategy: Presentation to Operational Committee
Promoting Peace And Stability In The Horn Of Africa Region: Presentation to Operational Committee
Technical Cooperation Facility for Sudan 2018 – 2020: Presentation to Operational Committee
Wadi El Ku Integrated Catchment Management Project (Phase 2): Presentation to Operational Committee
Following up on the Joint Communication on the Central Mediterranean Route and the Malta Declaration, the EU Trust Fund for Africa upon proposal from the European Commission, adopted today a €90 million programme to step up the protection of migrants and reinforce migration management in Libya.
Managing mixed migration flows in Libya through expanding protection space and supporting local socio-economic development
This Action Fiche captures the interventions in Libya committed in April 2017 under the European Union Emergency Trust Fund for stability and addressing root causes of irregular migration and displaced persons in Africa (i.e. 'Trust Fund').
With support from the EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa and as part of the Migrant Response and Resource Mechanism (MRRM), IOM Niger is launching 20 community-based reintegration projects for over 3,000 returning migrants in five of the primary countries of origin – Senegal, Guinea Bissau, Mali, Guinea Conakry and Cameroon.   Read the FULL ARTICLE

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