The European Union Emergency Trust Fund for stability and addressing root causes of irregular migration and displaced persons in Africa (EUTF for Africa) aims to foster stability and to contribute to better migration management, including by addressing the root causes of destabilisation, forced displacement and irregular migration.
We work with twenty six partner countries, which are facing growing challenges in terms of demographic pressure, extreme poverty, weak social and economic infrastructure, internal tensions and institutional weaknesses, insufficient resilience to food crises and environmental stress.
The consequences of such complex challenges are hugely varied and interconnected. Among others, they include open conflict, forced displacement, irregular migration, criminal activities and lawlessness, smuggling of migrants and trafficking in human beings, radicalisation and violent extremism.
As detailed in our factsheet, we focus on:
The EIDACS project, with funding from the European Union Emergency Trust Fund for Africa, aims to promote durable solutions for displaced people and their host communities in South West State of Somalia. The project is, among other things, providing capacity building for local Community Health Workers to identify common health...
"Être animateur, c'est avant tout avoir le soucis de la communauté"
Arrivé à Adé en mars pour le projet, sa femme et ses deux enfants viennent de rejoindre Mahamat Saleh sur place, de quoi profiter un peu plus de la vie dans le chef-lieu du canton Koloye. Mahamat Saleh se...
The European Commission launches a call for proposal on "Quality Alternative Care for Children and De-Institutionalisation" with a worldwide dimension and a budget of EUR 13 million.
Applicants are requested to submit their proposal by 27 March 2018 (reference: EuropeAid/158557/DH/ACT/Multi).
Shagarab I Camp, 24 January 2018 – Alganesh (40) fled her hometown in Eritrea with two of her children and only one bag on her shoulders. She did not feel safe, after her husband and eldest son were arrested for being members of a banned social group. “I left to...