The European Union Emergency Trust Fund for stability and addressing root causes of irregular migration and displaced persons in Africa (EUTF for Africa) was created to address the root causes of instability, forced displacement and irregular migration and to contribute to better migration management.
Programmes under the EU Trust Fund for Africa are implemented in twenty six partner countries across three regions of Africa:
These countries face growing challenges ranging from demographic pressure, extreme poverty, weak social and economic infrastructure, internal tensions and institutional weaknesses to insufficient resilience to food crises and environmental stress.
Activities focus on four strategic objectives:
• Greater economic and employment opportunities
• Strengthening resilience of communities
• Improved migration management
• Improved governance and conflict prevention
Monitoring and Evaluation
Our decision-making is informed by regular monitoring and evaluation of our programmes.
To measure the collective achievements of its programs, the EUTF for Africa has developed an innovative and reactive Monitoring system which provides results for ongoing programmes and measures progress at regional level.
Through a set of indicators, the reports measure precisely the progress achieved against the EUTF strategic objectives and regional priorities, by country and thematic. It therefore allows stakeholders to learn collectively from its results.
The MLS complements the monitoring frameworks for each projects as well as the regular tools used by the European Commission such as Results-Oriented missions (ROM). Ultimately, it enhances the transparency, flexibility and speed of EUTF activities.
News & Stories
Within the Kabasa IDP settlement in the Dolow district of the Gedo region, lives Falhado Hure Ribah - a tenacious 35-year-old mother burdened with the challenges of physical disability and a family of seven.
Une exposition photo et la projection d'un documentaire ont mis en lumière les progrès des ONG membres du ReDSS-GL pour améliorer les moyens de subsistance des personnes déplacées, mettant en évidence les défis et la nécessité de solutions au Burundi
In the heart of north-eastern Somalia, in Garowe, within the confines of a camp sheltering Internally displaced People, you’ll find Xalima*, a determined 36-year-old mother.
As we commemorate International Peace Day, celebrated every 21st of September, we turn the spotlight on how the SEEK Project has played a pivotal role in fostering peace and harmony in cross-border regions.
By completing a mobile repairing course offered by the SAGAL project, Abdikani not only acquired the necessary skills but also cultivated the confidence to embark on an entrepreneurial journey and start his own business.
Enrolling in a technical skills course to master cooling systems, Ugbaad shattered expectations, emerging not only as the sole woman in a cohort of male peers but also as the lone cooling system expert in the entire Sahil Region of Somaliland.