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Mapping of Responses to Joint Valletta Action Plan. Table 1: Programmes Contents Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain .................................................................. 2 Domain 1 Development benefits of migration and addressing root causes of irregular migration and forced displacement .............................. 14 Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 priority action ............................................................ 14 Priority Action 1 ................................................................................... 17 Priority Action 2 ................................................................................... 49 Priority Action 3 ................................................................................... 64 Priority Action 4 ................................................................................... 64 Domain 2 Legal migration and mobility ......................................................................... 71 Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 priority action ............................................................ 71 Priority Action 5 ................................................................................... 72 Priority Action 6 ................................................................................... 74 Priority Action 7 ................................................................................... 76 Domain 3 Protection and asylum ............................................................................. 77 Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 priority action ............................................................ 77 Priority Action 8 ................................................................................... 79 Priority Action 9 ................................................................................... 84 Priority Action 10 ................................................................................... 85 Domain 4 Prevention of and fight against irregular migration, migrant smuggling and tracking in human beings .................................. 93 Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 priority action ............................................................ 93 Priority Action 11 ................................................................................... 95 Priority Action 12 ................................................................................... 99 Priority Action 13 ................................................................................... 104 Priority Action 14 ................................................................................... 105 Domain 5 Return, readmission and reintegration .................................................................... 108 Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 priority action ............................................................ 108 Priority Action 15 ................................................................................... 110 Priority Action 16 ................................................................................... 114 1

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  • Mapping of Responses to Joint Valletta Action Plan.

    Table 1: Programmes

    ContentsCross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

    Domain 1 Development benefits of migration and addressing root causes of irregular migration and forced displacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 priority action . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14Priority Action 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Priority Action 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49Priority Action 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64Priority Action 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

    Domain 2 Legal migration and mobility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 priority action . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71Priority Action 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72Priority Action 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74Priority Action 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76

    Domain 3 Protection and asylum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 priority action . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77Priority Action 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79Priority Action 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84Priority Action 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85

    Domain 4 Prevention of and fight against irregular migration, migrant smuggling and trafficking in human beings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 priority action . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93Priority Action 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95Priority Action 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99Priority Action 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104Priority Action 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105

    Domain 5 Return, readmission and reintegration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 priority action . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108Priority Action 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110Priority Action 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114

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  • Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    202579 - RegionalInfrastructure Programme forAfrica

    To improve the quality of electricity, transport, water and telecommunicationsinfrastructure for households and businesses across Africa.

    United Kingdom 92 614 302e

    ACP-EU Migration Action Technical assistance support to Governments and Regional Organizations. Topicscovered by the ACP EU Dialogue on Migration and Development (visas,readmission, remittances and trafficking and smuggling).

    EU (EDF) 9 700 000e Algeria, Benin, BurkinaFaso, Cabo Verde,Cameroon, CentralAfrican Republic, Chad,Côte d’Ivoire,Democratic Republic ofCongo, Djibouti, Egypt,Eritrea, Ethiopia,Gabon, Ghana, Guinea,Guinea Bissau, GuineaEquatorial, Kenya,Liberia, Libya, Mali,Mauritania, Morocco,Niger, Nigeria,Republic of Congo, SaoTome e Principe,Senegal, Sierra Leone,Somalia, South Sudan,Sudan, Tanzania, TheGambia, Togo, Tunisia,Uganda,

    Advancing Libyan Women’sParticipation

    Advancing Libyan Women’s Participation During the Transition Germany 244 964e Libya,

    African Network African Network for Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities (since 201571.000 EUR)

    Germany 41 357e Tanzania, Uganda,

    Assistance of Slovenia to: South Sudan via UNHCR Slovenia 30 000e South Sudan,

    Assistance of Slovenia to: South Sudan via World Food Program Slovenia 30 000e South Sudan,

    Assistance of Slovenia to: Somalia via World Food Program Slovenia 30 000e Somalia,

    2

  • Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Better MigrationManagement in Support tothe Khartoum Process.

    This project aims at better managing migration at regional level, through theprovision of capacity building and basic equipment to government institutions fromcountries members to the Khartoum process (to investigate, prosecute and trial casesof trafficking and smuggling, to improve border management, or to generate and usestatistical data), developing and harmonizing policies and legislative frameworks ontrafficking and smuggling, ensuring protection of victims, and raising awarenessabout the perils of irregular migration and options for legal migration and mobility.(http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/regions/africa/eu-emergency-trust-fund/horn-africa_en)

    EU (EUTF)Germany

    40 000 000e6 000 000e

    Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea,Ethiopia, Kenya, Libya,Somalia, South Sudan,Sudan, Tunisia,Uganda,

    Building Federalism Building Federalism through Local Government Dialogue (since 2015 1.045.664,43EUR)

    Germany 647 590e Somalia,

    Building Resilience in theSahel through AdaptiveSocial Protection

    To support building national systems for implementing adaptive social protection inthe Sahel in order to increase resilience to climate change

    United Kingdom 57 796 014e Burkina Faso, Chad,Mali, Mauritania, Niger,Senegal,

    Call for proposal for theimplementation of the RomeProgramme (Rabat Process).

    The specific objectives of this call for proposals are: 1. To organise mobility andlegal migration, especially by supporting regional mobility and facilitatingexchanges between the various actors involved in mobility, integrating migrationconsiderations in education and employment policies, ensuring the respect ofmigrants’ rights. 2. To improve border management and fight against irregularmigration, including trafficking in human beings and migrant smuggling, inparticular by supporting countries of origin, transit and destination to addressirregular migration, strengthening operational cooperation in border management,return and readmission, fighting criminal networks, human trafficking and migrantsmuggling. 3. To strengthen synergies between migration and development,especially through promoting the positive potential of migration and of the diaspora,addressing links between migration and challenges such as environmentaldegradation, political instability, food security and poverty. 4. To promoteInternational Protection, in particular though reinforcing legal, political andoperational frameworks relating to international protection at national and regionallevels and developing capacities for reception, status determination, management ofsecondary movements and implementation of durable solutions.

    EU (DCI) 15 000 000e Algeria, Benin, BurkinaFaso, Cabo Verde,Cameroon, CentralAfrican Republic, Chad,Côte d’Ivoire,Democratic Republic ofCongo, Gabon, Ghana,Guinea, Guinea Bissau,Guinea Equatorial,Liberia, Mali,Mauritania, Morocco,Niger, Nigeria,Republic of Congo, SaoTome e Principe,Senegal, Sierra Leone,The Gambia, Togo,Tunisia,

    3

  • Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Capacity building formigration management andinstitutional strengthening.

    The action is based on objective three (improved migration management in countriesof origin, transit and destination) within the EU Trust Fund for Africa. It is alsocontributing to the second objective that is strengthening resilience of communitiesand in particular the most vulnerable, as well as refugees and displaced people.The intervention logic of the action is to provide technical assistance to selectedgovernment agencies in migration, integration and asylum.Specifically, capacity building and support of national authorities on the elaborationof national migration strategies which includes migration, integration and asylumelements, and of the identification of migration profiles are key elements for thestability and development of the country. On one hand, designing national migrationstrategies settled to the reality of each country contributes to cope with challengesrelated to migration issues and to take advantages of migration phenomenon. On theother hand, new migration strategies requires communication within theadministrative organization and training of migration offices and others onmigration-related topics.

    Spain 1 700 000e Egypt,

    Comic-Projekt Comic-Projekt Germany 51 000e Mali,

    Comic-Projekt Comic-Projekt Germany 29 500e Guinea,

    Cross-cutting programmes /projects Assessment of soilamendment rock resources

    Assessment of soil amendment rock resources Finland 700 000e Ethiopia,

    Cross-cutting programmes /projects Community-LedAccelerated Water, Sanitationand Hygiene Project inEthiopia (COWASH)

    Community-Led Accelerated Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Project in Ethiopia(COWASH)

    Finland 11 000 000e Ethiopia,

    Cross-cutting programmes /projects; AU MediationSupport Capacity Project,Phase III

    AU Mediation Support Capacity Project, Phase III Finland 1 800 000e

    4

  • Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Enhancing regional convergence of data collection, analyses and dissemination through the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM).

    i) Support a research study to enable better understanding of migration flows (andtheir root causes) towards Europe from Ethiopia and Nigeria;ii) Support regional analysis and expansion of data collection by IOM regionaloffices in East and North Africa;iii) Expand cooperation with the United Nations Office for the Coordination ofHumanitarian Affairs’ Global Humanitarian Data Exchange Center (OCHA HDX).

    The Netherlands 4 000 000e Algeria, Djibouti,Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia,Kenya, Libya, Morocco,Nigeria, Somalia, SouthSudan, Sudan, Tunisia,

    Enhancing the Response toMigration Challenges inEgypt (ERMCE)

    To strengthen migration governance by the Government of Egypt and to increaseprotection and socio-economic opportunities for current or potential migrants,returnees and refugees in Egypt.

    EU (EUTF) 11 500 000e Egypt,

    Euromed Migration IV. To support EU MS and ENI SPC in enhancing a comprehensive, constructive andoperational dialogue and co-operation framework, with particular focus onreinforcing instruments and capacities to develop and implement evidence-basedmigration and international protection policies. Main migration sub-fields covered:migration governance, legal migration, migration and development, irregularmigration, international protection and asylum).

    EU (ENI) 6 800 000e Algeria, Egypt, Libya,Morocco, Tunisia,

    German-Arab-Forum German-Arab-Forum Germany 25 500e

    Global Focal Point Police,Justice and Corrections Areasin the Rule of Law inPost-conflict and Other CrisisSituations

    Germany 265 000e

    Hab vertrauen in dein Land Hab vertrauen in dein Land Germany 47 500e Somalia,

    High Level Dialogues onmigration

    On behalf of the High Representative of the EU Mogherini, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands held High Level Dialogues in April 2016 with Ivory Coast, Ghana and Mali. High Level Dialogues on migration have been held with a number of African countries to improve bilateral cooperation on migration and to take forward the implementation of the Valletta Action plan at country level in an effective, tailor-made and comprehensive way.

    The Netherlands Algeria, Côte d’Ivoire,Eritrea, Ethiopia,Ghana, Mali, Morocco,Niger, Nigeria, Senegal,Somalia, Sudan,Tunisia,

    Horn of Africa Dialogue Horn of Africa Dialogue (Mediation initiative) Germany 282 000e Eritrea, Ethiopia,

    Immediate Assistance Immediate Assistance to the Libyan Political Dialogue and Government of NationalAccord

    Germany 1 300 000e Libya,

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  • Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    IOM Internationel Organisation for Migration - CIV Germany 460 000e

    Jobs Compact A partnership with the Ethiopian Government, the World Bank and the EU that willcreate 100,000 new jobs for Ethiopians and refugees.

    United Kingdom 93 786 635e Ethiopia,

    Kenya - StrengtheningRegional EconomicIntegration

    To improve the pace of infrastructure development and enhance regional tradecompetitiveness, by delivering improvement to the managerial capacity and physicallayout for cargo handling at the Port of Mombasa, and improved regulatoryframework for trade

    United Kingdom 78 546 307e Kenya,

    Le Programme d’Appui pourla prévention du racisme et dela xénophobie au Maroc, avecune approche basée sur lesdroits de l’Homme et incluantla dimension de genre.

    Domaine 1.3 Faire face à l’instabilité et aux crises· Prendre des mesures en ce qui concerne les conflits et les violations des droits del’homme,· Prévenir de nouveaux conflits, particulièrement Soutenir les administrationsnationales, régionales et locales et les organisations de la société civile dans lesefforts qu’elles déploient pour promouvoir la cohésion communautaire et luttercontre les violations des droits de l’homme qui contribuent à l’instabilité,conformément au droit national· Soutenir la consolidation de l’état, l’état de droit et la bonne gouvernance Domaine3.1 Protection Renforcer la protection des réfugiés et autres personnes déplacées,défendre les droits de l’homme de tous les migrants, réfugiés et demandeurs d’asile,appuyer l’intégration des réfugiés et personnes déplacées de longue durée dans lescommunautés d’accueil et renforcer les capacités des premiers pays d’asile et despays de transit et de destination

    Spain 3 300 000e Morocco,

    Libya Dialogue Libya Dialogue (Mediation initiative) Germany 52 000e Libya,

    Mediation project in Sudan focussing on the inclusion of more groups (also armed groups) into the NationalDialogue, thus addressing issues like cessation of hostilities and humanitarianaccess with the final goal of ending violent conflict in Sudan and increasing securityfor the Sudanese population

    Germany 700 000e Sudan,

    Mediation Support Program Mediation Support Program 2016 in African and Asian countries Germany 376 520e

    Mediterranean MigrationCrisis Response

    To provide humanitarian assistance to vulnerable people United Kingdom 581 664e Egypt, Libya, Morocco,Niger, Tunisia,

    Meine sichere Zukunft Meine sichere Zukunft Germany 39 785e Senegal,

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  • Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    MIEUX III The project aims to assist in improving migration governance at national andregional levels by strengthening the capacities of public authorities to better managemigration and mobility in all its dimensions through the provision of rapid,short-term and small-scale peer-to-peer expertise assistance. A demand-driven,capacity building facility, MIEUX provides peer-to-peer expertise and tailor-madetechnical assistance by deploying migration experts primarily from EU MemberState (EU MS) administrations. Where relevant, experts from non-EU MS aredeployed alongside their EU MS counterparts, thus applying the ’triangularpeer-to-peer cooperation’ (EU-South-South) approach

    EU (DCI) 8 000 000e Algeria, Benin, BurkinaFaso, Cabo Verde,Cameroon, CentralAfrican Republic, Chad,Côte d’Ivoire,Democratic Republic ofCongo, Djibouti, Egypt,Eritrea, Ethiopia,Gabon, Ghana, Guinea,Guinea Bissau, GuineaEquatorial, Kenya,Liberia, Libya, Mali,Mauritania, Morocco,Niger, Nigeria,Republic of Congo, SaoTome e Principe,Senegal, Sierra Leone,Somalia, South Sudan,Sudan, Tanzania, TheGambia, Togo, Tunisia,Uganda,

    Multi-year HumanitarianProgramme 2013 to 2017

    To meet the most urgent humanitarian needs of conflict and disaster affectedpopulations through provision of life-saving assistance which will benefit up to200,000 people per year and provision of livelihood assistance which will benefit upto 300,000 vulnerable people per year and help them increase their level of resilience

    United Kingdom 41 369 065e Somalia,

    National Committees forGenocide Prevention inAfrica

    Germany 250 000e

    Open Fund to Support theAfrican Union in Migrationand Refugee Issues

    The fund aims at supporting AUC departments and AU institution working in thefield of migration and refugee issues through flexible support measures. These entailtechnical support and advice through studies, short-term consultancies, dialogueplatforms, capacity development, and others. The support covers migration, refugeeand displacement related matters and intents to strengthen the AU’s capacities.

    Germany 1 550 000e

    7

  • Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Political dialogue led bySlovenia

    Algeria: September 2015: Meeting of MFA Erjavec with MFA Lamamra in NY March 2016: political consultation at the level of General Directors Chad: September 2016: political dialogue at the level of General Directors Egypt: September 2016: Meeting of the President of the Republic Pahor with the President of Egypt El Sisi in NY March, May 2016: political dialogue at the level of State Secretary October, November 2015: Meeting of MFA Erjavec with MFA Shoukry Ethiopia: October 2015: Slovenian Ambassador handed over the credentials Mali: October 2016: Meeting of MOD Katič with MOD Maiga Morocco: October 2016: Visit of MFA Erjavec to Morocco January 2016: Visit of the President of Parliament of Morocco Talbi el Alami to Slovenia Senegal: September 2016: Meeting of MFA Erjavec with MFA Ndiaye in NY May 2016: Visit of minister for development Aziz Tall in Slovenia Tunisia: November 2015: Meeting of MFA Erjavec with MFA Baccouche in Barcelona September 2015: political dialogue at the level of State Secretary in Slovenia

    Slovenia Algeria, Chad, Egypt,Ethiopia, Mali,Morocco, Senegal,Tunisia,

    Preventive Diplomacy Germany 204 424e

    Profils de migration etDialogue City-to-CityMéditerranéens.

    The overall objective of the proposed action is to contribute to improved migrationplanning at city level in the Southern Mediterranean region, including access tohuman rights. The specific objectives of the proposed action are: 1. To facilitatecooperation among city representatives and experts by instituting a network in fourSouthern and five European cities for stakeholder dialogue, data collection and thedevelopment of City Priority Papers on migration planning. 2. To increasemigration-related knowledge by elaborating city migration profiles identifying themigration situation, and cities’ priorities, capacities and practices for migrants’access to rights and services; 3. To improve migration planning through theelaboration of city priority papers on migration planning for participating cities withthe involvement of the relevant local stakeholders.

    EU (ENI) 2 000 000e Morocco, Tunisia,

    Project for the institutionalstrengthening in Morocco.

    As a result of the close cooperation between the Kingdom of Spain and the Kingdom of Morocco in migration matters and within the framework of the monitoring Committees of the 1st Hispano-Moroccan Forum (held in Morocco on 26 January 2016) this Project of technical training and institutional strengthening in Morocco has been set up ant it will improve the capacities of the Kingdom of Morocco in order to develop and apply the new migration and asylum policy.

    Spain 250 000e Morocco,

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  • Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Project to promote the objectives of the mobility partnership.

    The project is coordinated by France Expertise and Spain participates through the Secretariat General for Immigration and Emigration and the International and Ibero-American foundation for Administration and Public Policies. - Leads component 1: support to authorities for the management of labour migration and professional mobility linked to trade (1.3 mill euros) Participates in component 3 (enhancement in the return ambit) in one activity: exchange of experiences regarding the reception to foreign migrants in Tunisia

    Spain 5 000 000e Tunisia,

    Reinforcement of IntegratedMigration Management(RIMM)

    "under the Component Migration Management the aim will be to strengthen the capacities of immigration authorities of São Tomé e Príncipe, Cabo Verde and Guinea Bissau on prevention and combat THB and also to deal with the victims in respect of the fundamental rights and capacitation on migration management and border control and border management and risk analysis

    EU (Unknown)Portugal

    872 000e218 281e

    Cabo Verde, GuineaBissau, Sao Tome ePrincipe,

    SHARP-Sudan HumanitarianAssistance and Resilience

    To respond to suffering resulting from conflict and natural disasters by providinglifesaving assistance and helping people rebuild their livelihoods. 1.5 million peoplewill benefit from interventions (health, water, and sanitation, nutrition, food securityand protection) and the provision of shelter and non-food items.

    United Kingdom 15 960 846e Sudan,

    Sozial-Media Kampagne Sozial-Media Kampagne in Kairo Germany 40 000e Egypt,

    SSR Sensitation training andmapping of donor support toSSR in Nigeria and Mali

    Germany 164 083e

    Stabilization Facility forLibya

    Stabilization Facility for Libya - towards recovery and peace (trust fund) Germany 5 000 000e Libya,

    Stimmenvielfalt für Burundi Stimmenvielfalt für Burundi Germany 53 701e

    Strategy for Sweden’sdevelopment cooperationwith Ethiopia 2016–2020(adopted 3 March 2016)

    The development cooperation between Sweden and Ethiopia is expected tocontribute to: - A better environment, limited climate impact and greater resilienceto environmental impact, climate change and natural disasters; - Strengtheneddemocracy and gender equality, and greater respect for human rights; and - Betteropportunities and tools to enable poor people to improve their living conditions,including improved opportunities for productive employment with decent workingconditions.

    Sweden 104 000 000e Ethiopia,

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  • Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Strategy for Sweden’sdevelopment cooperationwith Mali 2016–2020(adopted 16 June 2016)

    The development cooperation between Sweden and Mali is expected to contributeto: - Strengthened democracy and gender equality, and greater respect for humanrights; - Human security and freedom from violence; and - A better environment,limited climate impact and greater resilience to environmental impact, climatechange and natural disasters, including increased sustainability and resilience ofagriculture.

    Sweden 125 000 000e Mali,

    Strategy for Sweden’sregional developmentcooperation in Sub-SaharanAfrica 2016-2021 (adopted22 June 2016)

    Sweden’s regional development cooperation in Sub-Saharan Africa is expected tocontribute to: - Better opportunities and tools to enable poor and vulnerable peopleto improve their living conditions, including strengthened capacity of regional actorsto work towards sustainable solutions concerning refugee situations and migrationflows, and embrace the positive effects of migration; - A better environment,sustainable use of natural resources, reduced climate impact and strengthenedresilience to environmental impact, climate change and natural disasters; -Strengthened democracy and gender equality and greater respect for human rights; -Human security and freedom from violence, including strengthened capacity ofregional actors for peace and reconciliation.

    Sweden 281 000 000e

    Strategy for Sweden’sregional developmentcooperation in the MiddleEast and North Africa2016-2020 (adopted 17December 2015)

    Sweden’s regional development cooperation in the Middle East and North Africa isexpected to contribute to: - Strengthened democracy and gender equality, andgreater respect for human rights; - Environmental improvement, reduced climateimpact and increased resilience to environmental impacts, climate change andnatural disasters - Improved opportunities for regional economic development as aprerequisite for enabling poor people to improve their living conditions.

    Sweden 192 000 000e

    Support for the NationalProgramme

    Support for the National Programme on the Treatment and Handling of DisengagingCombatants in Baidoa and Kismayo - Transition, Reintegration and SocioeconomicReintegration Monitoring (since 2014 1.767.078 EUR)

    Germany 1 767 078e Somalia,

    Support the elaboration andimplementation ofcomprehensive national andregional strategies onmigration and mobility

    Political dialogue on migration issues with Cameroonian authorities on 16 April2016. This issue was discussed during political dialogue on migration issues withCameroonian authorities on 16 April 2016.

    Cameroon,

    Support the implementationof Tunisian National Strategyon Migration

    EU (EUTF) 11 500 000e Tunisia,

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  • Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Support to Africa-EU MMD.Incl. Setting up of a facilityto support African countries,regions and institutions

    The project will support the African and European Union (EU) Migration and Mobility Dialogue (MMD) in the framework of the Joint Africa-EU Strategy(JAES). The project is implemented on the basis of three interrelated components: 1. Dialogue: the Africa-EU dialogue and cooperation on migration and mobility(which entails (a) the Continental Dialogue; (b) the Rabat Process and (c) the Khartoum Process; 2. MMD Facility: a demand-driven facility, offering grants for flagship actions and implementation of short-term technical assistance to enhance inter and intra-continental cooperation; and 3. Diaspora Platform: Transition of the Africa-Europe Development Platform (ADEPT)/Diaspora. Most relevant recent activities include (list not exhaustive):· AIR Short-term technical Assistance under the MMD support programme (to be approved). P3.· A workshop on visa facilitation is to take place in Cape Verde in mid-November 2016. P7.· A training on integration of refugees is currently being prepared by ICMPD with participation of UNHCR and EASO. Follow up to the thematic meeting on international protection which took place in Rabat, Morocco in June 2015. P9· A training for Focal Points on irregular migration and smuggling of migrants organised by ICMPD took place in Vienna, Austria, on 10-12 May 2016. This training was a follow up to the thematic meeting on smuggling of migrants andtrafficking in human beings (Porto, December 2015). P11.· A Khartoum Process thematic workshop on smuggling took place on25-26/05/2016 in Khartoum, Sudan. MMD. P11.· A Khartoum Process thematic workshop on return, readmission and reintegration took place in October 2016 in Addis.· A training for Rabat Focal Points on return, readmission and reintegration organised by ICMPD will take place in 2016 at regional level. This training is a follow-up to the thematic meeting on Return, readmission and reintegration(Brussels, 31 May-1 June 2016). D5. See above under MMD.· A thematic meeting on diaspora engagement strategies took place in Bamako, Mali (14-16 September 2016). D2.

    EU (DCI) 18 500 000e Algeria, Benin, BurkinaFaso, Cabo Verde,Cameroon, CentralAfrican Republic, Chad,Côte d’Ivoire,Democratic Republic ofCongo, Djibouti, Egypt,Eritrea, Ethiopia,Gabon, Ghana, Guinea,Guinea Bissau, GuineaEquatorial, Kenya,Liberia, Libya, Mali,Mauritania, Morocco,Niger, Nigeria,Republic of Congo, SaoTome e Principe,Senegal, Sierra Leone,Somalia, South Sudan,Sudan, Tanzania, TheGambia, Togo, Tunisia,Uganda,

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  • Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Support to Free Movement ofPersons and Migration inWest Africa

    Objective: To maximise the development potential of free movement of persons and migration in West Africa by supporting the effective implementation of the ECOWAS Free Movement of Persons’ Protocols and the ECOWAS Common Approach on Migration.Sectors of intervention: 1.1 A structured, fact based and result-orientedintra-regional dialogue based on the ECOWAS regional migration policy framework is in place 1.2 The migration data-collection and management capacities of the ECOWAS Commission are strengthened 1.3 The capacities of the ECOWAS Commission in the area of immigration and border management are strengthened 1.4 The capacities of the ECOWAS Commission in the area of labour migration management are strengthened 1.5 The capacities of the ECOWAS Commission in the area of counter-trafficking are strengthened 1.6 A structured dialogue between EU and ECOWAS is in place 1.7 A regional information strategy for ECOWAS citizens on free movement and migration is developed and implemented 1.8 The ECOWAS-led donor coordination mechanism is improved 2.1 The migration data collection / management and policy development capacities of national institutions are strengthened 2.2 The capacities of national institutions in the areas of border management, labour migration management and counter trafficking are strengthened 3.1 The protection of migrants’ and cross-border populations’ rights is strengthened through prevention, advocacy and assistance activities

    EU (EDF)EU (ECOWAS)

    24 000 000e450 000e

    Support to Refugee andMigration programme -Ethiopia

    United Kingdom 117 233 294e Ethiopia,

    Support to the cantonmentprocess

    Support to the cantonment process in Mali (Trust fund MINUSMA) Germany 2 000 000e Mali,

    Support to the dialogue inMali

    Support to the dialogue and reconciliation process in Mali (since 2013 5,5 Mio.EUR)

    Germany 2 090 500e Mali,

    Support to the Peace process(ARCISS)

    Support to the Peace process (ARCISS) by financial support to JMEC andCTSAMM (new ceasefire monitoring institutions)

    Germany 6 429 010e South Sudan,

    Support to UN Multi-PartnerTrust Fund Somalia

    Support to UN Multi-Partner Trust Fund Somalia for election support and statebuilding

    Germany 4 700 000e Somalia,

    Tawergha-Misrata Dialog Tawergha-Misrata Dialog (Mediation initiative) Germany 335 168e

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  • Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 domain (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    TEDX TEDX Tunis und Kairo Germany 50 000e Egypt, Tunisia,

    This is Africa This is Africa Germany 50 000e Cameroon, Ethiopia,Ghana, Guinea, Kenya,Nigeria, Senegal,Somalia, Sudan,Tanzania, Uganda,

    Trademark East Africa -Uganda Window

    Greater regional integration and trade competitiveness in Uganda . It is expectedthat the programme will reduce transport times along the northern corridor by 15%and increase Uganda’s exports by 10% .

    United Kingdom 46 658 851e Uganda,

    Training of future borderguards

    Initial training addressed to future border guards of São Tomé e Príncipe, Guinea Bissau, Angola, Cabo Verde and Mozambique on control and border management, asylum, return, criminal investigation, legal admission and document security and fraud analysis

    Portugal 78 914e Cabo Verde, GuineaBissau, Sao Tome ePrincipe,

    Understanding mixedmigration: The RegionalMixed Migration Secretariatand the Mixed MigrationMonitoring MechanismInitiative (4MI)

    To enhance the understanding of mixed migration flows in the Horn of Africa andYemen and mixed migration originating from the Horn of Africa, through theprovision of primary data and information, analysis, coordination, networking andpolicy development and dialogue.

    United Kingdom 98 974e Eritrea, Ethiopia,Somalia, Uganda,

    UNDOC Programme to support Indian Ocean and Horn of Africa states with the counteringof Maritime Crime

    AustraliaThe NetherlandsUnited Kingdom

    483 711e

    Verlorene Träume Verlorene Träume Germany 87 000e Cameroon, Mali, Niger,Nigeria, Somalia,

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  • Domain 1 Development benefits of migration and addressing root causes of irregular migration and forced displacementCross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 priority action

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    African days in Slovenia Organisation of the African days in Slovenia Slovenia

    Addressing Conflict Drivers Addressing Conflict Drivers in the North of Mali through the Rule of Law (for2016-17 1,4 Mio. EUR)

    Germany 693 000e Mali,

    Arab Partnership EconomicFacility

    Supporting economic transition through job creation, economic growth, andstrengthening accountable institutions, including making governments andbusinesses more accountable and transparent

    United Kingdom 82 063 306e Egypt, Libya, Morocco,

    Arab Women’s EnterpriseFund

    Improve access to markets for 150,000 poor women, increasing their income andwell-being in targeted countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)region.

    United Kingdom 11 723 329e Egypt,

    Climate High-LevelInvestment Programme

    To invest in activities which will build climate resilience and promote low carbongrowth in Ethiopia. This will help 1.5 million people to cope with the effects ofclimate change by 2015, help Ethiopia to protect livelihoods, services, infrastructureand energy supplies from the effects of climate change, and establish its greengrowth path

    United Kingdom 31 535 756e Ethiopia,

    Combatting Poverty, SocialProtection in Somalia

    Planning and implementation of a Joint Resilience Strategy in Somalia. Italy 2 000 000e Somalia,

    Creating Opportunities forSustainable Spending onRoads

    To improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the government of Ugandaexpenditure on roads.

    United Kingdom 24 618 991e Uganda,

    Decentralisation Decentralisation and community development (local infrastructure and statebuilding)

    Germany 1 200 000e Libya,

    Democratic GovernanceFacility- DeepeningDemocracy Phase II

    More pluralistic, representative and accountable governance based on democraticvalues, institutions and processes in Uganda

    United Kingdom 14 771 395e Uganda,

    Dialogue and mediation Dialogue and mediation in the Plateau State, Nigeria Germany 368 837e Nigeria,

    Drought Resilience andSustainable LivelihoodsProgramme

    Within the framework of the IDDRSI (IGAD Drought Disaster Resilience andSustainability Initiative) and the Ethiopia CPP (Country Programme Paper), thisinitiative aims at enhancing drought resilience and improving sustainable livelihoodsof the pastoral and agro-pastoral communities in 4 selected weredas of Afar Region.

    Italy 12 000 000e Ethiopia,

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  • Domain 1 – Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 priority action (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Emergency Initiative insupport of vulnerable people,refugees, IDPs and migrantsaddressing the root causes ofirregular migration

    The project aims at strengthening resilience in the selected areas, improving livingconditions of migration process’s most vulnerable categories by providing basicservices and, ensuring assistance and protection to migrants, urban refugees andDPCs. In addition, the initiative plans to better inform both potential migrants andmigrants in transit in Ethiopia towards foreign countries

    Italy 2 000 000e Ethiopia,

    Enhancing communitycohesion

    Enhancing community cohesion, stability and poverty reduction along theEthiopia-South Sudan border

    The Netherlands 800 000e Ethiopia,

    Enhancing resilience inKaramoja Uganda

    To increase the resilience of targeted communities to climate extremes and weatherevents. The programme will support 700,000 people to cope with the effects ofclimate change, this includes: 200,000 people with improved food security throughparticipation in public works programmes; 6,000 agro-pastoralists and pastoralistswith access to improved animal nutrition; and 175,000 children under five andpregnant and lactating women treated for malnutrition and with improved access towater by March 2017

    United Kingdom 62 954 279e Uganda,

    Improving Kenyanauthorities’ capacity forcountering violent extremism

    improve Kenya’s capacity to detect and prevent radicalisation and violent extremism Denmark 1 343 850e Kenya,

    Italian Contribution toWomen EntrepreneurshipDevelopment Program(WEDP)

    Improve access to credit for women-led SMEs Italy 15 000 000e Ethiopia,

    Joint Programming for Youth Employment

    Expand opportunities for youth employment through job creation and skillsdevelopment; Enhance the productivity of high priority sectors and related valuechains, including through the rehabilitation and expansion of critical infrastructurefor transport, market access, trade, and energy.

    Italy 2 000 000e Somalia,

    Peace, Security and Stability(Act, Change, Transform)

    Improved capacity and effectiveness of CSOs, government and security oversightbodies to counter violent extremism and prevent political and natural resourceconflicts in Kenya.

    Denmark 4 031 550e Kenya,

    Post-Conflict Development inNorthern Uganda

    To create economic, social and political opportunities that improve the lives of people affected by conflict to reduce poverty in Northern Uganda by improving service delivery (including by constructing 2,000 homes for health workers and school teachers),

    United Kingdom 117 233 294e Uganda,

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  • Domain 1 – Cross-cutting initiatives related to more than 1 priority action (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Productive work for youthand women in Ethiopia

    The project main goal is to assist the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) in its effort tocreate employment for women and youth through the promotion of investment in theproductive sectors of the economy, entrepreneurship development and women’seconomic empowerment.

    Italy 600 000e Ethiopia,

    Skills training and livelihoodsin Adi Harush and Hitsatscamps

    Norway 540 570e Ethiopia,

    Somalia Security and JusticeProgramme

    United Kingdom 5 861 664e Somalia,

    Somalia Stability Fund II United Kingdom 40 914 419e Somalia,

    Support to the return ofSomali refugees andinternally displaced personsthrough acommunity-orientedapproach to reintegration inSomalia - SomaliReintegration Program

    The livelihoods of returnees, IDPs and the local population in selected hostcommunities have improved.

    Germany 5 000 000e Somalia,

    Supporting National Dialogue Supporting National Dialogue and Reconciliation in Sudan Germany 753 062e Sudan,

    Vocational Training skills forEconomic Growth

    Vocational training offered to young Somalis. Italy 1 990 000e Somalia,

    Western Regional CoastalFoundation programme

    Helping to build local supply chains, improve stability, and promote inclusiveeconomic development for poor communities in coastal districts tied to the oil andgas sector

    United Kingdom 11 137 162e Ghana,

    Women EconomicEmpowerment and SocialInclusion (WEESI)

    Increase the level of participation of women in development in Ethiopia, in particular to promote the participation in economic development and the social reintegration of the target women (among which trafficked women) in SNNPR through the strengthening of sectoral coordination of governmental institutions at regional, zonal and at selected weredas level.

    Italy 600 000e Ethiopia,

    Youth mobility, food securityand rural poverty reduction

    fostering rural diversification through enhanced youth employment and better labourmobility

    Italy 2 177 000e Ethiopia, Tunisia,

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  • Priority Action 1

    Launch projects to enhance employment opportunities and revenue-generating activities in regions of origin and transit of migrants in East, North and West Africa to enhance the professionalskills and employability of young people, including the AU/NEPAD skills initiative, access to digital technologies, support to micro, small- and medium-sized enterprises in the formal andinformal sectors and increased access to finance

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Improving smallholderlivelihoods and resilience inthe SNNPR Region ofEthiopia through climatesmart agricultural economicdevelopment’

    Improving smallholder livelihoods and resilience in the SNNPR Region of Ethiopia through climate smart agricultural economic development’ is implemented by a consortium of four NGOs, namely; SOS Sahel Ethiopia, Farm Africa, Self Help Africa, and Vita. The focus of the project is on sustainable, market oriented development of smallholder agriculture in a way that combines protection of an increasingly fragile natural resource base with reduction of rural poverty through increasing livelihood resilience and outcomes in an environmentally and economically sustainable way.The project aims to build resilience and adaptation to climate extremes of smallholder households in 15 weredas of the SNNPR and Oromia. The project is expected to benefit up to 44,545 smallholder households (222,725 people), including specific strategies for the poorest women and landless youths, by building their resilience to climate extremes through better integration of CSA solutions into long term development action. The project will build the resilience of individuals, households and communities by improving and diversifying livelihoods, developing community based management systems of resources critical to resilience (water, wetlands, farmlands, communal land and forests) and embedding location specific climate change adaptation and mitigation into its development interventions. The project will strengthen sustainability of project inputs and impact by developing the institutional capacity of community based organisation and extension and business development service providers to more effectively engage resource-poor farmers in production of high value crops and seeds and in the uptake of new production and processing technologies and market opportunities.

    Ireland 1 300 000e Ethiopia,

    Smile Kids’ – MoroccanCommunity in Malta

    This project will provide funds for the refurbishment of 3 child care centres inCasablanca.

    Malta 21 216e Morocco,

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  • Domain 1 – Priority Action 1 (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    ’International Collaboration,cooperation and assistance tothe Third Countries forimmigration and asylum,including throughparticipation in Europeanprogrammes”

    Call for proposal launched by the Italian Ministry of Interior on 1 August 2016 on “ International Collaboration, cooperation and assistance to the Third Countries for immigration and asylum, including through participation in European programmes” Rationale: in order to implement the RDPP NA, pillar III and IV, it is necessary to work in synergy with CoO of migrants Main areas of activities:Promoting south-south cooperation measures, in order to scale up institutional cooperation and regional synergies in Countries of origins of migrants moved to RDPP NA region.- Apprenticeship schemes in particular to the benefit of young generations includingminors who are in the RDPP North Africa target countries. - Employment schemesexplored for youth population involving EUMSs enterprises and investment schemesin the RDPP NA countries. - Enhance the role of the migration diaspora to pursuinglocal economic development in the countries of origin. - Strengthen investmentpatterns of the diaspora to enhance the migrants’ saving. - Support the establishmentand reinforcement of the civil status systems and civil registry. - Strengtheningcommunication, exchange of information and the establishment of network, trainingcourses; support the modernisation. - Support the child protection in the countries oforigin and transit with special regard to the unaccompanied minors. - Give a safeenvironment to the most vulnerable children; ensure their successful return.

    Italy 9 000 000e Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia,Ghana, Niger, Nigeria,Senegal, Sudan,

    11th EDF GhanaEmployment and SocialProtectionProgramme-Migrationcomponent.

    The programme is focused on enhancing social protection, job creation andvocational training, it will help to mitigate pressure to migrate, thus serving to tacklesome of the root causes of irregular migration from Ghana.

    EU (EDF) 31 600 000e Ghana,

    Access to new informationand communicationstechnology

    Access to new information and communications technology and digital inclusion inthe field of education and socio-professional training (internet, e-learning, onlinecommunity engagement)

    Belgium 1 000 000e Ethiopia, Kenya,Tanzania, Uganda,

    Accompagnement desinitiatives des organisationspaysannes pour la sécuritéalimentaire, la gestion desressources naturelles et lapromotion des exploitationsfamiliales Mali

    La productivité des exploitations agricoles au Mali reste faible. Pour l’augmenter etpour assurer la sécurité alimentaire des populations concernées, les organisationspaysannes réalisent un appui technique aux exploitations agricoles familiales etintroduisent des innovations appropriées. Elles renforcent aussi les capacitésd’approvisionnement, de gestion de stocks, de transformation et decommercialisation des produits agro pastoraux. Ces activités se réalisent dans lesrégions de concentration de la DDC au Mali, à Sikasso, à Mopti et à Tombouctou.

    Switzerland 3 933 671e Mali,

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    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Actions ciblées L’action visera à (1) Contribuer à l’augmentation de la résilience à traversl’amélioration des conditions de vie des jeunes femmes et hommes par la créationd’emplois; (2) Appuyer la prévention de la radicalisation des groupes sociauxvulnérables et promouvoir la coexistence pacifique.

    Germany 3 000 000e

    AFFORD Access to Finance For Development (AFFORD) United Kingdom 18 757 327e Kenya,

    Agricultural MarketsDevelopment Trust

    TANZANIA: Agricultural Markets Development Trust, AMDT, is a value chainorganisation, working with market systems development and using the M4Papproach. Income and job creation in agriculture and related MSMEs is in focus

    Denmark 17 500 000e Tanzania,

    Agriculture sectorprogramme

    BURKINA FASO : Agriculture sector programme (Croissance économique dans le secteur agricole au Burkina Faso). Business advice to private sector enterprises(small, medium, larger ), bank guaranties for loans to agriculture sector entrepreneurs and investments in infrastructure for agricultural sector. Creates jobs and value added in the agriculture sector.

    Denmark 35 000 000e Burkina Faso,

    Appui à la compétenceprofessionnelle,l’entreprenariat etl’agrobusiness des jeunes enmilieu rural dans des régionsfragiles du Burkina Faso -TUUMA

    L’objectif général de l’action est en ligne avec les orientations stratégiques du FondsFiduciaire: contribuer à la stabilité régionale et à une meilleure gestion desmigrations, en s’attaquant aux causes profondes d’instabilité, de déplacementsforcés des populations et de migration irrégulière, en accroissant les opportunitéséconomiques, l’égalité des chances, la sécurité et le développement

    EU (EUTF) 8 000 000e Burkina Faso,

    Appui à la mise en œuvre dela politique agricole del’Afrique de l’ouest(ECOWAP)

    La politique agricole de l’Afrique de l’ouest vise la sécurité alimentaire en mettantun accent particulier sur la modernisation des exploitations familiales et audéveloppement des filières agricoles. Pour défendre les intérêts des petitsproducteurs, les organisations paysannes faîtières jouent un rôle important dans lamise en œuvre de la politique agricole régionale. La DDC appui les trois principalesorganisations faîtières de la région à travers des contributions. Les dimensionspastorales constituent un enjeu du programme.

    Switzerland 18 424 689e

    Appui au développementagricole durable et formationet insertion professionnelledes jeunes ruraux

    Luxembourg 12 400 000e Niger,

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    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Appui aux économies localesdes collectivités de Youwarouet de Niafunké (PACY)Programme de Soutien auxEconomies Locales du Deltaintérieur du Niger(PSEL-DELTA) Mali

    Dans les régions du delta intérieur du Niger, au centre et au Nord du Mali, lespopulations rurales sont confrontées à des crises structurelles multiformes dontl’insécurité alimentaire. La DDC appuie les autorités locales avec des projetséconomiques dans les filières agricoles porteuses pour assurer la sécurité alimentaireet réduire la pauvreté d’au moins 150’000 personnes. En plus, elle accompagne lesmunicipalités de cette zone dans la maitrise d’ouvrage du développement territorialet la gestion pacifique des ressources naturelles.

    Switzerland 9 821 281e Mali,

    Appui aux organisationspaysannes (OP) du Nigerpour une meilleure sécuritéalimentaire Niger

    La consolidation de la sécurité alimentaire représente un défi particulier dans lecontexte du Niger et constitue la finalité de la stratégie de la coopération suisse auNiger. Les organisations paysannes jouent un rôle essentiel pour l’encadrement dumonde rural et la défense des intérêts des exploitations familiales suite audésengagement de l’état du secteur

    Switzerland Niger,

    Appuyer la formation etl’insertion professionnelledes jeunes filles et garçonsdes régions d’Agadez etZinder en vue de contribuerau développementsocioéconomique de ses deuxrégions.

    L’objectif de l’action proposée est de soutenir le Ministère en charge de la FormationProfessionnelle et Technique (MEP/T) et ses démembrements régionaux dans leursmissions pour améliorer les conditions de vie des jeunes des régions d’Agadez et deZinder à travers le développement des compétences professionnelles et techniques etl’amélioration de l’employabilité afin de contribuer au développementsocio-économique du Niger et des deux régions ciblées en particulier. English title:Professional insertion of youth in transit zones in Niger: Zinder et Agadez.

    EU (EUTF) 6 900 000e Niger,

    BAR Pre-pipeline Youth Employment (Phase 1) United Kingdom 1 112 285e Kenya,

    Belgium and Burkina Fasonew cooperation program

    Mid 2017, Belgium and Burkina Faso sign a new cooperation program (2018-2021)in the east-central region (pressure zone) with the main axis inclusivesocio-economic development and entrepreneurship, with a digitalization component.

    Belgium Burkina Faso,

    Belgium and Mali newcooperation program

    In June 2016, Belgium and Mali have signed a new cooperation program(2017-2020) to strengthen (1) local democratic governance, specifically vital to Koulikouro and (2) Rural development / territorial food security centred on the Koulikouro region. This program aims to contribute, through 3 specific interventions, to wealth creation through improvement of value chains (production, processing, distribution, consumption), development centres and research on sustainable job creation.

    Belgium 31 000 000e Mali,

    Belgium and Senegalcooperation program

    The bilateral program between Belgium and Senegal (2010-2016) is mainly focusedon four areas of the groundnut basin and the Thies region (area of migration origin)with as one of the main axes basic infrastructure and access to micro-financing.

    Belgium 52 000 000e Senegal,

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  • Domain 1 – Priority Action 1 (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Belgium and Tanzaniacooperation program

    As part of its bilateral program with Tanzania, Belgium launched a NaturalResources Management for Local Economic Development in Kigoma Region(2015-2019) for the creation of jobs through sustainable management of naturalresources.

    Belgium 6 000 000e Tanzania,

    Belgium-Morocco newcooperation program

    In late May, the Kingdom of BE and Morocco signed a new cooperation program(2017-2020) to support Morocco in its new strategy on immigration and asylum,with the objective of socio-professional integration and economic empowerment ofmigrants and refugees in Morocco through training and job creation. Through thisnew agreement, BE and Morocco reiterated their commitment to supportinvestments of the Moroccan diaspora in Belgium for the development of Morocco.

    Belgium 8 000 000e Morocco,

    Bilateral ODA projects inEthiopia (WASH, agriculture,environment, education)

    Czech Republic 3 000 000e Ethiopia,

    Brain Gain Somalia For this project the Netherlands fund the Federation of Somali AssociatesNetherlands (FSAN), an organization which also serves as a platform for Somalis inthe Netherlands to advocate their national and communal interest. Under thisproject, selected Dutch Somalis are offered an opportunity to work and transferknowledge in Somalia for a period of time.

    The Netherlands 256 596e Somalia,

    Building conflict-resilient social enterprises

    The project aims to develop a core group of Egyptian social enterprises and NGOs able to create conflict resilient enterprises.

    Romania 40 000e Egypt,

    Building resilience of vulnerable youth Eritrea

    capacity building and start up kits for young Eritreans Switzerland 184 247e Eritrea,

    Burkina Faso The objective is to contribute to a better access of young girls and boys to stable andeconomically viable employment in the agro-sylvo-pastoral sector. It seeks tostrengthen their technical and entrepreneurial capacity in rural and semi-urban areasin order to assure a better professional integration of the youth in the country’seconomy. This is a planned action (for 2016-19) and is still subject to approval byADA

    Austria 1 500 000e Burkina Faso,

    Call for proposals under theCivil Society-Localauthorities (NSA LA) budgetline has been launched

    The objective is to promote local economic development and areas of high illegalemigration are targeted.

    EU (DCI) 6 000 000e Ghana,

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  • Domain 1 – Priority Action 1 (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Capacity Development inHigher EducationEngineering Reform andOutcome Based TVETReform

    TVET: Cooperative training, quality of occupational standards and assessments, enhancement of institutional and personnel competencies of TVET institutions, and strengthening the competitiveness of SME by providing industry extension services ·Higher Education: Support to the elaboration of a higher education strategy, Higher Education Management Information System (HEMIS), quality management and quality audits, leadership management, technology transferentrepreneurship.·ATVETs: Capacity building in the agricultural education system to (1) improve of the quality of cooperative training, (2) to enhance the quality of occupational standards and assessments, (3) to enhance the institutional and personnel competencies of ATVET institutions, and (4) to strengthen the competitiveness of ATVET-related MSE by providing industry extension services (technical skills, entrepreneurial skills, technology, productivity). This will have a significant impact on meeting the needs of the SLM programmes and the new initiative for enhancing agricultural productivity, rural development and food value chains.·TVET/ HE: Gender-sensitive measures: female role models, leadership training for women, in order to strengthen female participation within the education sector, female entrepreneurship.

    Germany 17 000 000e Ethiopia,

    Complementary actions in theRjim Maatung region

    The project aims at improving technical capacities and providing access to microcredit in order to foster rural development in the Rjim Maatung region

    Italy 2 470 000e Tunisia,

    Computerization of integratedresource management

    Computerization of integrated resource management in the basin of the groundnut(area of migration origin) + in land management + education on bioinformatics asan emergent field to find solutions on food and environmental issues.

    Belgium 1 000 000e Senegal,

    Conflict prevention, peace, and economic opportunities for youth - Garissa, Mandera, Wajir and Isiolo in North Eastern; Kwale, Kilifi, Lamu, and Tana River in the Coast and Nairobi and Mombasa, Kenya.

    This action will contribute to increased stability in marginalised and violent-proneareas by creating sustainable livelihoods opportunities for youth through theprovision of TVET and basic service delivery, on the one hand, and by buildingconfidence between marginalised communities and local authorities, on the otherhand.(http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/regions/africa/eu-emergency-trust-fund/horn-africa_en)

    EU (EUTF) 12 000 000e Kenya,

    Connecting Diaspora forDevelopment

    This programme is executed by IOM Netherlands in cooperation with IOM missionsin six other countries, five of which are in Africa. The aim of the programme is topromote the exchange of knowledge and skills between diaspora members in theNetherlands and relevant institutions in their respective countries of origin.

    The Netherlands 2 700 000e Ethiopia, Ghana,Morocco, Sierra Leone,Somalia,

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  • Domain 1 – Priority Action 1 (continuation)

    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Contribution aux programmesd’investissement descollectivités territoriales pourle développement régional etlocal au Mali Appui auDéveloppement EconomiqueRégional de Sikasso – ADERMali

    Région la plus arrosée du Mali, Sikasso peine à assurer son rôle de grenier du pays.Le Conseil régional de Sikasso (CRS), avec l’aide de la DDC, veut surmonter ceparadoxe par un programme de coordination du développement local et devalorisation des potentialités agropastorales. Pour ce faire, elle entend renforcer leCRS dans la mise-en-œuvre du volet agro-pastoral de son plan stratégique dedéveloppement économique régional.

    Switzerland 5 988 024e Mali,

    COOPERER Communes et Organisations de la société civile performantes pour des populationsengagées et résilientes

    France 300 000e Cameroon,

    Création d’emploi pour lesjeunes et potentiels migrantsdans le secteur de la pêcheartisanale

    L’objectif est de promouvoir la création d’emplois dans le secteur de la pêche pouraccroitre les opportunités économiques des jeunes et potentiels migrants et stabiliserla population au niveau local.

    EU (EUTF) 14 000 000e Mauritania,

    Création d’emplois parl’amélioration de la filière del’anacarde, afin d’atténuer lescauses de l’émigration, dansles régions de Sikasso, Kayeset Koulikoro.

    L’objectif général du programme est de poursuivre la stabilisation de zonespost-conflit en accompagnant la relance de l’économie locale et en contribuant àl’amélioration des services rendus par les collectivités locales.

    EU (EUTF) 13 500 000e Mali,

    Credit line Credit line for Tunisia SME’s Italy 73 000 000e Tunisia,

    CTRS (Communauté desTunisiens Résidants enSuisse) Tunisie

    Coopération institutionnelle et renforcement du dispositif d’accompagnement desTunisiens résidents à l’étranger. Initiatives pour le développement, transfert decompétences, facilitation en Suisse de la mise en œuvre de l’Accord relatif àl’échange de jeunes professionnels.

    Switzerland 3 224 321e Tunisia,

    Develop phone applications BE has launched a project in Uganda to develop applications allowing to identify mobility patterns and evolutions through mobile phone data, which allows to optimize the public transport system. In addition, an application is being developed to track refugees' mobility in Uganda over time. The aim of the project is to help public authorities monitor and prioritize policy measures.

    Belgium 2 000 000e Uganda,

    Development of creativeclusters

    The initiative provides technical assistance to local enterprises. Italy 600 000e

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    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Développement rural etdurable y incl. sécuritéalimentaire et développementde la chaîne des valeurs

    Luxembourg 27 000 000e Mali,

    Développer l’emploi auSénégal: renforcement de lacompétitivité des entrepriseset de l’employabilité dans leszones de départ.

    Développer les économies et les entreprises locales dans les zones de départ), enfavorisant le développement de secteurs à fort potentiel, tels que l’agro-alimentaireen Casamance, l’horticulture dans la région de Louga, ou encore le secteur minierdans les régions de Kedougou et Matam, tout en professionnalisant la main d’œuvreemployable sur ces mêmes filières et régions.

    EU (EUTF) 40 000 000e Senegal,

    Dispositif innovant definancement de l’agriculturefamiliale au Burkina Faso etau Mali

    Luxembourg 7 900 000e Burkina Faso, Mali,

    DMO-Tourisme durableTunisie

    Développement d’un DMO "Destination Management Organisation" et focalisationsur une région décentrée, Tataouine-Médenine-Gabes (nommé Destination Dahar,voir www.destinationdahar.com, avec un USP "unique selling proposition" axé surle patrimoine berbère.

    Switzerland 3 500 691e Tunisia,

    Dutch Good Growth Fund Through the Dutch Good Growth Fund the Netherlands invest in small and medium sized enterprises that do not have access to a loan from the commercial banks. Through these investments we generate employment opportunities for thousands of youngsters in (Northern) Africa. Together with our co-investors in these funds we expect to generate more than 30,000 new jobs in the coming years. We expect additional investment before the end of 2016, summing up to EUR 25 million. The following investments have been made: i) Investment of EUR 2.7 million in the Oasis Africa Fund which finances local SME’s and, with this, creates 1,500 jobs, of which 7,000 for youngsters; ii) Investment of EUR 2.5 million in Microcredit Africa financing local entrepreneurs; iii) Investment of EUR 6.4 million in the Fund for Agricultural Finance which finances local agricultural entrepreneurs; iv) Three investments by Dutch local entrepreneurs of EUR 5,000,000: in Mali (production of oil for the local market through biological oil extraction), Kenya (exploitation of a dairy processing factory) and Ghana (investment in freezer compartment strengthening the storage capacity for meat).

    The Netherlands 20 000 000e Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana,Kenya, Mali, Niger,Nigeria, Senegal,Tunisia,

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    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    E4E Regional Regional - education for employment (e4e) initiative. The overall objective of e4e isto help government stakeholders, private sector employers, civil society and theeducation sector work together to improve the quality and relevance of the skills ofstudents take with them from graduation into the workforce, so that they are moreemployable and so that the firms they join are more productive.

    Switzerland 7 599 341e Egypt, Morocco,Tunisia,

    Education SectorDevelopment Support forRegions in South and CentralSomalia.

    The specific objective of the action is to “ support the delivery of good-qualityeducation and training for the target population in Somalia”. It will focus mainly onSouth Central Somalia thereby contributing to the stabilisation of newly liberatedareas through the provision of quality education and training services to thepopulation concerned. The main expected results are: (i) Increased access togood-quality education for all children, youth and adults also from vulnerablegroups in South-Central Somalia; (ii) Increased participation of youth and adults,also from vulnerable groups, in technical and vocational education and training; and(iii) Capacity of education institutions, administrations and systems strengthened.

    EU (EDF) 11 000 000e Somalia,

    Enfants soldats Réinsertion d’enfants soldats (deux projets : enfants anti-balaka et ex-séléka) France 185 000e Central AfricanRepublic,

    Enhancing Growth in NewEnterprises Programme

    To support Small and Medium scale enterprises (SME’s) to overcome barriers togrowth and build competitive businesses through the provision of businessdevelopment services.

    United Kingdom 4 806 565e Ghana,

    Enhancing IntegratedWatershed Management withclimate smart agriculture andnatural resource managementtechnology, practices andapproaches in Gergerawatershed.

    The general objectives of this project are to transform the lives and landscape of theGergera watershed through creating improved and sustainable farming and land usesystems. This includes climate smart agriculture and natural resource managementtechnologies. Specifically, this project will target 230 beneficiary farmers in buildingcapacity of natural resource management, train 180 farmers in the production ofhigh-value tree and shrub production, establish 50 household woodlots, build thecapacity of youth and development agents in sustainable hillside management andutilisation. Landless farmers will also be targeted to plant high-value trees andplants to rehabilitate 22 hectares of land. This project actively targets returnees.

    Ireland 200 000e Ethiopia,

    Enhancing social cohesionand stability of slumspopulations in Kampala(CRISP), Uganda

    Project seeks to prevent existing violent extremism. The final beneficiaries will seetheir economic and employment opportunities improved, have better access to basicpublic services and become immune to message of violence and communal hatred.(http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/regions/africa/eu-emergency-trust-fund/horn-africa_en)

    EU (EUTF) 4 300 000e Uganda,

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    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Enhancing VocationalTraining delivery for thepower sector in Nigeria(NAPTIN)

    The project will contribute to the success of power sector reform in Nigeria and itspositive impact on economic development and job creation. The National PowerTraining Institute of Nigeria will be deeply reformed with technical workshops,training products and specialised trainers to answer generation, distribution andtransmission companies’ needs and also new policies and procedures. The projectwill help to develop youth skills and improve their employability and integrationonto the labour market.

    EU (AMIF)France

    8 000 000e700 000e

    Nigeria,

    Ethiopia Investment AdvisoryFacility

    To strengthen the effectiveness of growth enhancing public investment in Ethiopia inorder to promote outward orientated, manufacturing-led inclusive growth. Theproject will finance the provision of technical assistance to Government of Ethiopiaministries and agencies linked to energy, trade logistics and urban development.

    United Kingdom 39 390 386e Ethiopia,

    Expertise technique Expertise technique auprès du ministère de la Solidarité, de l’Action humanitaire etde la Reconstruction du Nord appui au traitement interministériel de lareconstruction et amélioration des synergies humanitaires/développement

    France 50 000e Mali,

    Expertise technique Expertise technique auprès du Haut Représentant du Président de la Républiquepour l’Accord pour la paix et la réconciliation au Mali

    France 20 000e Mali,

    Farmer Common Sense inBusiness – Agriterra

    Within this private sector network programme the position of young farmers is highlighted. An action plan has been drafted to this effect. The objectives are to have 160 operational youth councils within the cooperatives and farmers organisations that they are working with. In addition, the young farmers receive leadership training etc. in order to participate fully in boards of the organisations. In the Netherlands the organisation of young farmers is cooperating, as well as the youth councils in Dutch cooperative companies, such as Friesland Campina.

    The Netherlands Ethiopia,

    Financial SectorDevelopment Programme

    To enhance stability in the financial sector and expand access to financial servicesfor the poor

    United Kingdom 45 252 051e Nigeria,

    Financial Service InclusionProgramme

    To improve access to Financial Services such as credit, savings accounts andinsurance for 1 million people in Uganda

    United Kingdom 19 929 660e Uganda,

    Financing non-profitorganization

    2016: Financing of non-profit organisation working on enhancing skills of local private sector through innovative approaches or peer to peer (former exchange vzw, AgriCord ...)

    Belgium 2 000 000e

    Food security in Tigray andSNNPR.

    Scaling out sweet-potato and potato-led interventions to improve nutrition and foodsecurity in Tigray and SNNPR.

    Ireland 700 000e Ethiopia,

    Forestry and Value ChainsDevelopment Programme

    Forestry and Value Chains Development Programme Finland 9 950 000e Tanzania,

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    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Formation professionnelleSénégal

    Accompagnement de la volonté des autorités sénégalaises de mettre sur pied unefilière formation professionnelle duale pour 30% des jeunes travailleurs d’ici à2025. Avec ouverture de 7 lycées professionnels en partenariat avec le secteur privé

    Switzerland 12 195 921e Senegal,

    Gendarmerie Renforcement des capacités opérationnelles de la gendarmerie déployée dansl’Extrême-Nord du Cameroun

    France 135 000e Cameroon,

    Gestion des eaux deruissellement dans le Tchadsahélien Tchad

    Le Tchad sahélien est caractérisé par une dégradation continue ainsi qu’une gestionnon durable des ressources naturelles. Grâce aux seuils d’épandage, à laréhabilitation et à l’aménagement de plusieurs vallées, la DDC améliore la gestionde l’eau, réduit la désertification des bas-fonds et contribue à la sécurité alimentaired’un million d’habitants. Les effets attendus des ouvrages construits permettront uneextension des surfaces cultivables et la gestion équitable par les organisations desbénéficiaires.

    Switzerland 7 001 382e Chad,

    Gestion transfrontalière Soutien à la brigade fluviale mixte sur le fleuve Oubangui à la frontière entre la RCAet la RDC (rétablissement de l’autorité de l’Etat, sécurité et contrôle transfrontalierdes flux de marchandises et de personnes)

    France 100 000e Central AfricanRepublic,

    GHANA: Support to PrivateSector Development, PhaseIII.

    This programme is the third and last of Denmark’s support to the Ghanaian privatesector. It covers four engagements (Business Advocacy Challenge Fund, SkillsDevelopment Fund, Rural Development Fund and Ghana Climate InnovationCenter) of which two are relevant for P1 and one is relevant for P4. The programmeruns from 2016 to 2020. A successful programme will ensure a stronger privatesector, more employment opportunities and higher income, which mightconsequently lead to decreased irregular migration.

    Denmark 17 400 000e Ghana,

    Growth and Employment inStates Programme

    The programme aims to increase growth and employment across six sectors of theNigerian economy

    United Kingdom 106 682 297e Nigeria,

    Improve access to finance Improve access to finance, 82% are achieved via intermediate structures(commercial banks, micro-finance structures, MFIs, financial company and mainlyinvestment funds that invest in small and medium enterprises or MFIs).

    Belgium 40 000 000e Algeria, Benin, BurkinaFaso, Cameroon, Côted’Ivoire, Ethiopia,Ghana, Guinea, Kenya,Mali, Morocco, Niger,Nigeria, Senegal,Tanzania, Togo,Tunisia, Uganda,

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    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Improved livelihoods in theKenyan-Ethiopian borderarea

    The aim is to improve the livelihood of the population and subsequently to promotethe peaceful coexistence of ethnic groups in the region. This is done through thebuilding or strengthening of women’s groups and cooperatives, better trade linksbetween the groups and advocacy activities at the level of local governments

    Austria 92 000e Ethiopia, Kenya,

    Improving early childhoodeducation and the creation ofa child-friendly environment

    The project aims to create a multipurpose hall and a study room with electricity available through solar energy, in this primary and junior secondary school. The project also will cover the construction of a water reservoir and installation of a solar system for pumping water from the well. This will improve teaching and learning conditions and provide youth with more learning and employment opportunities.

    Malta 24 533e Ethiopia,

    IRAM (Interregional ArabLabour Migration Program)Afrique du nord

    Renforcement de la gouvernance de la migration de main d’œuvre et la protectiondes droits des migrants

    Switzerland 1 658 222e

    Italy-Morocco Debt swapAgreement

    Funding of several cooperation projects in the framework of the Human Development Initiative in 4 Regions (Settat, Tangeri/Tetouan, Oujda e Beni Mellal) characterized by high level of poverty and migration towards Europe.

    Italy 15 000 000e Morocco,

    Job creation and developmentof micro enterprises throughfair trade and selected valuechains

    Contribute to poverty reduction and consequently to the settlement of populationsand the reduction of irregular migrations (especially to Europe)

    EU (EUTF) 10 000 000e Burkina Faso, Mali,

    Justice transitionnelle activités de plaidoyer pour la mise en place de la cour pénale spéciale (en charge dejuger les violations graves des droits humains et du droit international humanitaire)et aide pour la représentation des victimes

    France 60 000e Central AfricanRepublic,

    Kenya ExtractivesProgramme (K-EXPRO)

    To support better governance and business environment, community development and a localised and inclusive approach to human resources and local service provision in the extractives sector in Kenya by supporting the development of investor-friendly mining/oil and gas policy

    United Kingdom 28 135 990e Kenya,

    Kitabu Mtaani – A bookaround the hood

    This project is implemented by the Maltese NGO Inizjamed. The funds will be allocated for the purchase of a mobile library that will provide services to increase literacy amongst students and the general public in Kibera, Kenya.

    Malta 25 441e Kenya,

    Life skills and Training for Refugees and host communities in Kakuma, Kenya

    Short-term vocational training for refugees, especially from South Sudan, and hostcommunities in north-western Kenya.

    Germany 3 000 000e Kenya,

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    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Literacy as a tool for integration and material improvement in Eritrean schools in Sudan

    Literacy classes, capacity building and grants for Eritrean refugee women Switzerland 19 346e Sudan,

    LIVE2AFRICA: PanAfricanSupport to the Inter-AfricanBureau for Animal Resources(AU-IBAR) for a SustainableDevelopment of Livestock forLivelihoods in Africa

    This Action aims at giving impetus to increased investments and efforts made byAfrican Union Member States (AU MS), Regional Economic Communities (RECs)and the African Union (AU) towards achieving a significant increase in livestockproduction and productivity in Africa. A stronger and more sustainable Africanlivestock sector will better contribute to food and nutritional security, economicgrowth and wealth creation in Africa, therefore addressing some root causes ofmigration. The Action will support the implementation of the LivestockDevelopment Strategy for Africa, endorsed in 2015. The concrete planned activitiesof this Action, coordinated with the RECs will contribute to the following results: 1/The investments in livestock value chains are increased 2/ The animal healthdelivery services are improved 3/ The management of the animal productivity andecosystems are enhanced 4/ The resilience of livestock production systems isstrengthened and 5/ The adoption of innovative technology in the livestock valuechains is increased. These results are in line with Strategic area 4, component 5 ofthe Multi-Annual Indicative Programme 2014-2017 of the Pan-African Programme.Live2Africa gives a strong priority to livestock sustainability, looking closer on howclimate change affects livestock systems, improving resilience of farmers andlivestock keepers and developing gender sensitive intervention.

    EU (DCI) 19 000 000e

    Livelihood solutions for Eritrean Refugees Ethiopia

    Support the implementation of the Ethiopian Out-of-Camp Policy for Eritrean refugees by implementing a resource centre for information sharing, capacity building and grants to start a business.

    Switzerland 967 296e Ethiopia,

    Local Employment in Africafor Development (LEAD)

    The bilateral LEAD programme aims to improve the economic perspectives of youth by creating sustainable jobs and promoting and supporting entrepreneurship, with special attention to women. Activities vary from training and education for young entrepreneurs, curriculum development, setting up co-working spaces and incubators, and facilitating access to finance for young entrepreneurs. The programme is implemented by 4 NGO’s.

    The Netherlands 23 000 000e Algeria, Egypt, Mali,Nigeria, Somalia,Tunisia,

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    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    Local small scaledevelopment projects

    Czech Republic 300 000e Cabo Verde, CentralAfrican Republic,Ethiopia, Ghana,Kenya, Senegal,

    MALI: Promoting PrivateSector Development II(2013–2018)

    Supports private sector driven inclusive growth leading to increased income andemployment generation through targeting a number of primarily agriculture basedvalue chains covering four regions in Mali. Efforts seek to strengthen thecompetitiveness of the private sector by providing access to business developmentservices and financing, developing economic infrastructure to promote productionand access to markets, and contributing to the competitiveness of economic sectorsthrough vocational training focused on employment.

    Denmark 40 300 000e Mali,

    Market Development in theNiger Delta

    The programme aims to increase the incomes of 150,000 poor people in the NigerDelta region of Nigeria, through improvement in performance and inclusiveness ofkey market sectors

    United Kingdom 17 467 760e Nigeria,

    MENA: The Danish Arab Partnership Programme(DAPP) 2017-2021 –planned/subject to approval

    Labour market and social dialogue: Promote flexible Labour markets, decent jobsand social dialogue - Youth employment: Promote Youth civic engagement andemployment opportunities - Entrepreneurship: Promote Youth Entrepreneurshipskills, mentoring and access to finance

    Denmark 47 200 000e Egypt, Morocco,Tunisia,

    MENA: The Danish ArabPartnership Programme(DAPP) 2015-2016:

    Economic growth and job creation (DAPP’s fourth thematic area) - The programmeseeks to create jobs and lower unemployment - To promote InnovativeEntrepreneurship through micro- and small enterprises and entrepreneurs. Mainpartners under this component: - African Development Bank, Tunisia (EUR 1,6mill. /DKK 12 mill. 2 years) - International Labour Organisation, Egypt (EUR 3,2mill./DKK 24 mill. 1 year) - Cooperation between the Tunisian Ministry ofAgriculture and the Danish Knowledge Center for Agriculture, Tunisia (20 mio.DKK 1 year) Other engagements under the DAPP - Confederation of DanishIndustries: Partnership for Inclusive Growth and Job Creation - LO/FTF Council:Support to Democratic Trade Union Development and Social Dialogue in theMENA region - World Bank Middle East and North Africa Region-wide MultiDonor Trust Fund - G8 Deauville MENA Transition Trust Fund

    Denmark 18 500 000e Egypt, Libya, Morocco,Tunisia,

    Micro credit initiative Fighting against poverty through micro credit initiative. The project aims atimproving access to credit for SME’s and involves local NGO’s with expertise in thefield of micro credit

    Italy 1 200 000e Morocco,

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    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    micro-projets Soutien de micro-projets de développement et d’accès aux services de base à Bangui(éducation, insertion professionnelle, appui aux initiatives économiques, préventionet prise en charge des violences, protection des populations vulnérables)

    France 200 000e Central AfricanRepublic,

    Migrant Resource andResponse Mechanism.

    The project will directly finance development initiatives in the migrant departure,transit and return zones, vocational training, promotion of diaspora investment andreinforcement of the National Employment Agency. It will also help direct migrantstowards other existing development projects in the region where they could finddecent employment.

    EU (EUTF) 7 000 000e Niger,

    Mobile banking and moneytransfers

    Mobile banking and money transfers for saving and credit cooperatives to improveliving conditions of 20.000 small scale farmers, pastoralist communities andentrepreneurs in Northern Tanzania

    Belgium Tanzania,

    MSME TA facility Regional Participation in the WB/IFC MSME TA Facility aiming at improving the businessenvironment for MSME finance, building the capacity of FIs for sustainablemicrofinance and SME banking and support MSME business development services.

    Switzerland 37 538 912e Egypt, Libya, Morocco,Tunisia,

    NIGER: Agriculture SectorProgramme (Promotion ofjobs and economic growth inagriculture/ Niger).

    Advisory services, financial services, support for enhanced job opportunitiesthrough the creation of added value in the agriculture sector and improvement of thebusiness climate and the framework conditions of private sector development.

    Denmark 26 300 000e Niger,

    Nigerian Energy SupportProgramme (NESP)

    NESP supports the Federal Ministry of Power and other public- and private-sectorpartner institutions in establishing a sound legal, policy and regulatory framework,developing the capacities of relevant stakeholders and producing sustainable projectmodels for clean energy technologies and rural electrification. The programmeworks at federal level and at the level of the states of Cross River, Niger, Ogun,Plateau, and Sokoto. So far, it consists of the following fields of intervention: (1)policy reform and on-grid renewable energy, (2) energy efficiency, (3) ruralelectrification, (4) capacity development and training.

    Germany 32 500 000e Nigeria,

    Opérationnalisation de lafilière semencière au Tchad

    Au Tchad, les céréales sont les principales productions des exploitations familiales et la base de leur alimentation. Les rendements agricoles sont faibles et l’insécurité alimentaire reste importante. Les semences, pratiquement le seul intrant utilisé actuellement par les producteurs au Tchad, permettent l’intensification de la production à moindre coût. La DDC entend faciliter l’accès des producteurs et productrices à des semences de qualité acceptable dans quatre régions d’intervention. Cela permettra une augmentation de la production et des revenus des exploitations familiales.

    Switzerland 5 895 901e Chad,

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    Title of initiative Description of initiative Funder Total budget Countries

    PACERSEN Projet d’Appui àla réduction de la migration àtravers la Création d’EmploisRuraux au Sénégal.

    Améliorer les conditions de vie dans les zones rurales des régions d’interventionpour réduire l’émigration illégale, lutter contre la pauvreté et sou