South Sudan

13 projects

An outbreak of violence in South Sudan in July 2016 re-inflamed conflict throughout the country, aggravating a dire humanitarian situation, and provoking a massive displacement of people.  We aim to strengthen the resilience of the most vulnerable people in South Sudan affected by conflict, many of whom also find themselves suffering the effects of climate change, the combination of which has resulted in an alarming food security crisis. In particular, we are finding ways to improve the livelihoods of pastoralists, women and young people, and helping them to increase their food security and improve their access to education and health services.

EXPORT PROJECTS LIST

Regional projects

Total 11

Cross-window projects

Total 4

News & Stories

 EU IOM JI Arzouma's storyIOM / Alexander Bee
STORY | 22 December 2021

Arzouma’s successful return story

Arzouma returned from Algeria four years ago. His return was difficult: when he came back with no money in his pocket, family and friends alike turned their backs on him because of his failed attempt to migrate irregularly. He suffered a lot of discrimination and...

EU-IOM JI 5 years anniversary_Daouda storyIOM/Moayad Zaghdani
NEWS | 16 December 2021

EU-IOM Joint Initiative marks five years of supporting migrants and their communities across Africa

15 December 2021— Daouda is one of the 166 Nigerien migrants who returned from Tripoli to Niamey on a charter flight organised by the EU-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration in February...

EU-IOM Joint Initiative: Habi storyIOM / Alexander Bee
STORY | 26 November 2021

Habi’s return and reintegration story

Habi thought that she could easily earn money working as a maid in Libya and come back to Nigeria to take care of her children with some savings. In 2019, she sold all her belongings to pay for the trip. At three months pregnant, she crossed Benin and then Niger,...

REG-REG-04_EU-IOM_GH_Faustina success storyIOM
STORY | 29 September 2021

EUTF Success stories: Faustina

Faustina decided to leave Ghana for Libya to look for greener pastures. When she got there, it was not what she had expected. “Work wasn’t easy there. Walking from home to the workplace, you might be arrested,” she recounts. Nonetheless, she stayed for four years. Eventually, as things did...