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Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

Strengthening Resilience of IDPs, Returnees and Host Communities in West Darfur

To improve the living conditions of IDPs, returnees and local communities, and thereby addressing the root causes of irregular and forced migration.

Main objectives

To strengthen the local health systems to better deliver basic packages of health services in West Darfur with the final aim of creating a more conducive and sustainable living environment for host communities and displaced populations through: (1) greater access to and quality of primary health care and nutrition services; (2) strengthening the governance capacity of states and local authorities for a well functioning and sustainable health service; and (3) creating a more participatory and inclusive health system.


Concern Worldwide

EUR 2 220 800

Strengthening Resilience for IDPs, Returnees and Host Communities in Kulbus and Jebel Moon West Darfur

International Medical Corps

EUR 4 719 200

Strengthening Resilience for IDPs, Returnees and Host Communities in Al Geneina, Beida, Sirba, Kerenik - West Darfur

Action Fiche

2 MARCH 2023
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Region and Country
Horn of Africa
Strengthening resilience of communities
Concern WorldwideInternational Medical Corps

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