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Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

Regional Development and Protection programme in Sudan: Enhancing alternatives to first and secondary movement from Sudan

To create an evidence-based, innovative and sustainable development and protection solution for refugees and host communities in Sudan, hence providing alternatives to irregular primary and secondary movement

Main objectives

to (1) enhance protection and assistance for migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers, in particular unaccompanied and separated children and victims of trafficking; (2) enhance employment opportunities and stimulate entrepreneurship for unemployed youth including migrants, refugees, asylum seekers and host communities in Khartoum; and (3) enhance livelihood opportunities, integrated basic service delivery and vocational training in the East.


EU Trust Fund for Africa

EUR 3 000 000

Regional Development and Protection Programme in Sudan: Enhancing alternatives to first and secondary movement from Sudan


EUR 3 000 000

Employment and entrepreneurship development for migrant youth, refugees, asylum seekers and host communities in Khartoum State (EEDK-RDDP Sudan)"

Rijksdiens voor Ondernemend Nederland

EUR 3 000 000

Agribusiness in Eastern Sudan RDPP

Italian Development Cooperation

EUR 2 000 000

Support Migrants and Host Communities in improving Access to Safe Water and Sanitation -Eastern Sudan


EUR 3 831 276

Protection of persons of concern and vulnerable migrants


EUR 2 000 000

Vocational Training for Refugees and Host Communities in Eastern Sudan

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

EUR 3 000 000

Strenghtening protection services for refugees and asylum seekers in Sudan

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2 MARCH 2023
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