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Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

Stemming Irregular Migration in Northern & Central Ethiopia-SINCE

SINCE Project in Oromia Regional State
© Embassy of Italy in Addis Abeba/ European Union

To contribute to reducing irregular migration from Northern and Central Ethiopia by improving the living conditions of the most vulnerable population, including potential migrants and returnees with specific focus on youth and women.

Main objectives

The specific objective is to create greater economic and employment opportunities: by establishing inclusive economic programmes that create employment opportunities, especially for young people and women with a focus on rural towns and urban areas, particularly Addis Ababa, in the most migration-prone regions (Amhara, Tigray, Oromia, SNNPR) of Ethiopia, including vocational training, creation of micro and small enterprises and start-up of small livelihood activities. Some actions will in particular support returnees after their return to their places of origin


EU Delegation Ethiopia

EUR 19 845 000

Stemming Irregular Migration in Northern & Central Ethiopia-SINCE (IDC)

Action Fiche

2 MARCH 2023
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