Adoption date 28/04/2016

RE-INTEG: Enhancing Somalia’s responsiveness to the management and reintegration of mixed migration flows

The overall objective of the project is to contribute to Somalia’s transition out of fragility by strengthening stability and security and by creating a favourable environment for the economic and social development that enhances the absorption capacities of areas of return of displaced population and improves livelihood conditions in areas of return as well as departure.

Main objectives

The specific objective of the project is to support a sustainable and durable reintegration of refugees, returnees from Yemen, Kenya, Europe and other areas of departure and IDPs in Somalia, and to anchor populations within Somalia.

EUTF contribution

  • EUR 50 000 000

Location

  • Somalia (Woqooyi Galbeed, Bari, Nugaal, Galguduud, Mudug, Hiiraan, Banaadir, Bay, Jubbada Hoose)

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This action in numbers

3 872
Number of jobs created
7 433
Number of people assisted to develop economic income-generating activities
1 865
Number of people benefiting from professional trainings (TVET) and/or skills development
28
Number of Institutions (National and local) and Non-State actors directly supported through capacity building on migration management
4 887
Number of migrants, or potential migrants, reached out by information campaign on migration and risks linked to irregular migration
3 955
Number of voluntary returns or humanitarian repatriation supported
36 970
Number of migrants in transit and forcibly displaced people protected or assisted
3 237
Number of people participating in conflict prevention and peace building activities
151 227
Number of people receiving basic social services
2 236
Number of people receiving nutrition assistance
1 265
Number of people receiving food-security related assistance
2
Number of border stations supported to strengthen border control
252
Number of social infrastructure built or rehabilitated
719
Number of MSMEs created or supported
325
Number of job placements facilitated and/or supported
3
Number of industrial parks and business infrastructure created, expanded or improved
128 787
Number of people reached by information campaigns on resilience-building practices and basic rights
2 967
Number of staff from local authorities and basic service providers benefitting from capacity building for strengthening services delivery
368 509
Number of people having improved access to basic services
1 074
Number of refugees and forcibly displaced persons receiving legal assistance to support their integration
201
Number of individuals trained on migration management
335
Number of Institutions and non-state actors benefitting from capacity building and operational support on security, border management, CVE, conflict prevention, protection of civilian populations and human rights
78
Number of strategies, policies and plans developed and / or directly supported
27
Number of multi-stakeholders groups and learning mechanisms formed and regularly gathering
62
Number of planning, monitoring, learning, data-collection and analysis tools set up, implemented and / or strengthened
2 629
Number of staff from governmental institutions, internal security forces and relevant non-state actors trained on security, border management, CVE, conflict prevention, protection of civilian populations and human rights
27 987
Number of returning migrants benefiting from reintegration assistance

Contracts

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United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
EUR 1 000 000
International Development Law Organisation
EUR 1 000 000

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