Adoption date 28/05/2019

Better Migration Management Programme Phase II

The second phase of the Better Migration Management programme aims to improve the management of safe, orderly and regular migration in the region and support national authorities in addressing the smuggling of migrants and the trafficking in human beings within and from the Horn of Africa.

Main objectives

The expected specific objectives are:
1. Strengthening of national and regional migration governance thereby enhancing safe and regular migration in accordance with global and regional migration governance frameworks and human-rights standards.
2. Increase in national and cross-border cooperation on trafficking and smuggling cases between law enforcement, judicial and other state and non-state actors, in coordination with existing regional initiatives such as EUTF funded programs in support of the Khartoum Process (the Facility on Sustainable and Dignified Return and Reintegration, and the Regional Operational Center), and in accordance with international obligations and standards
3. Improvement of prevention of trafficking in persons and protection of victims of trafficking and vulnerable migrants at local, national and regional level.

EUTF contribution

  • EUR 30 000 000

Cofinancing

  • Bundesministerium fur wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung:
    EUR 5 000 000

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This action in numbers

637
3.7 Number of individuals trained on migration management and protection
3
4.6 Number of strategies, laws, policies and plans developed and / or directly supported

Contracts

EUR 30 000 000

News & Stories

À Djibouti, les migrants campent souvent à Fanta Heru où ils peuvent trouver de l’eau douce et se poser avant la poursuite de leur voyage vers la péninsule arabique ©GIZ/Omar Saad©GIZ/Omar Saad
NEWS | 10 January 2022

Répondre aux besoins des femmes migrantes à Djibouti

S’il est l’un des plus petits États d’Afrique, Djibouti est aussi un pays de transit clé pour les flux migratoires traversant le golfe d’Aden et la mer Rouge dans les deux sens. Selon l’Organisation internationale pour les migrations (OIM), ce...

Organisations such as Trace Kenya help to trace the families of child trafficking victims to reunite them ©GIZ/Dennis Onen©GIZ/Dennis Onen
STORY | 13 December 2021

Kenya: National pathways provide restorative justice for victims of trafficking

Miriam (name withheld) is a food vendor in Majengo, Kenya. Her business provides her and her family with a modest income. She also volunteers her time at Trace Kenya, a non-governmental, civil society organisation based in Mombasa that works to counter...