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Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

Strengthening protection and resilience of displaced populations in Libya

This programme aims mainly at increasing access to protection spaces (especially health care) for stranded migrants and at piloting alternatives to detention, in particular for children.It will be implemented by a consortium of NGOs led by the Danish Refugee Council. Whenever possible, the programme will be carried out through existing local organisations and public service delivery facilities.

Main objectives

The specific objectives of the programme are to: 1) improve access of refugees, migrants, asylum seekers, IDPs and host communities to basic services including protection9, health and psychosocial support, which enables them become more resilient and allows moving towards durable solutions; and 2) raise awareness of displaced populations (refugees, asylum seekers and migrants) about the risks of perilous land and sea journeys and their situation, rights and services available in Libya.

The Action is aligned with the EUTF NoA M&E framework and contributes to the Strategic objective 3 To contribute to strengthening protection and resilience of those in need and the specific objective 3.V. Access to and quality of services for target groups and host communities is improved.


Danish Refugee Council

EUR 5 900 000

Strengthening protection and resilience of displaced populations in Libya

International Medical Corps

EUR 1 000 000

Strengthening protection and resilience of vulnerable groups in COVID-19 emergency

Action Fiche

2 MARCH 2023
Region and Country
  • North of Africa
  • Improved migration management
  • International Medical Corps
  • Danish Refugee Council

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