Improved governance and conflict prevention

What is our objective?

We aim to support improvements in overall good governance: promoting conflict prevention, addressing human rights abuses and enforcing the rule of law. For example, this may include capacity building to support national security and justice systems, as well as law enforcement, including border management. We foster inter-agency and regional cooperation among national forces addressing terrorism and organized crime, irregular migration, trafficking in human beings and smuggling of migrants. We are also contributing to prevent and counter radicalisation and violent extremism. 

 

How does this objective link to our action? 

By improving governance and supporting governments to provide more inclusive services to their citizens (including security and justice), we aim to create a more peaceful society that is conducive to economic and social development. We offer support to women’s organisations, to increase women's participation in decision-making and in peacebuilding processes. By reducing inequality and discrimination, we aim to reduce causes of irregular migration, while protecting women and children from systematic abuse along migration routes. Other measures also support the inclusion of groups traditionally discriminated against, in order to improve social cohesion and peace.

EXPORT PROJECTS LIST

Selected results*

1 854 596
Number of people participating in conflict prevention and peace building activities

158
Number of border stations supported to strengthen border control

0
Number of staff from governmental institutions and internal security forces trained

2 132
Number of victims of trafficking, assisted or referred to assistance services

Projects

Total 75

News & Stories

| 10 May 2021

EUTF improves food security for migrants affected by COVID-19 in Libya

The European Union (EU), International Organization for Migration (IOM) and World Food Programme (WFP) have partnered together under the EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa to help improve food security for migrants affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in Libya.

Mobile teams started the distribution of ready-to-eat kits to vulnerable migrants...

NEWS | 28 February 2021

Groupes d’Action Rapide - Surveillance et d’Intervention au Sahel - GARSI Sahel

Depuis la fin de l’année 2016 (et jusqu’à la fin d’avril 2021, dans le cas de la Mauritanie), le Fonds Fiduciaire d’Urgence pour l’Afrique (FFUE) de l’Union européenne finance le projet Groupes d’Action Rapides – Surveillance et Intervention au Sahel (GAR-SI Sahel) dont l’objectif est de contribuer à la...

NEWS | 18 February 2021

Au Sahel, faire plus et mieux. Les membres et partenaires de l’Alliance Sahel se mobilisent au terme de la 2ème Assemblée Générale de l’Alliance

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NEWS | 13 January 2021

Trois ans de l’Alliance Sahel : Réalisations, défis et perspectives

Depuis la création de l’Alliance Sahel en 2017, quels changements dans les conditions de vie des populations du Sahel ?

Le premier bilan de résultats, élaboré au terme des 3 années de l’Alliance Sahel, sera lancé et publié officiellement ce mardi 19 janvier lors d’une conférence digitale originale sous forme...