ReDSS is the leading knowledge management and capacity development partner within new four-year multi-sectoral multi actors’ durable solutions consortia in Somalia funded by the European Union, UK Department for International Development (UK DFID) and Danida.
The different consortia support a common vision through joint learning and collective outcomes. ReDSS will ensure cross programme learning to facilitate a collaborative approach to lessons learnt and promote an open learning culture across durable solutions initiatives. The learning will include the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS), Federal Member States (FMS), district and local authorities, UN entities, NGOs and displacement affected communities, enabling us to do more of what works and less of what doesn’t.
European Union-funded REINTEG programme.
The EU RE-INTEG Programme (Enhancing Somalia’s responsiveness to the management and reintegration of mixed migration flows) is funded by the European Union. It seeks to support the sustainable reintegration of refugee returnees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Somalia. The programme also aims to enhance the capacities of the Somali government and local authorities to assume their primary responsibility for facilitating durable solutions through increased accessibility to basic services and the creation of livelihoods.
Danida funded Durable Solutions Programme.
The Durable Solutions Programme (DSP) is a three-year programme funded by Danida. This programme seeks to facilitate successful (re)integration of displacement-affected communities (DACs) in Somalia. DACs would achieve successful reintegration through a combination of protection, livelihood and basic needs programming and components of governance, social accountability, knowledge management and learning.
Danwadaag Durable Solutions Consortium (FCDO-funded)
The Danwadaag Consortium aims to enhance progress towards durable solutions and (re)integration for targeted displacement affected communities. It focuses on long-term solutions to displacement, connecting them to urban development processes and capitalises on convergence with other programmes to ensure sustainability and impact.
The programme uses an adaptive, contextualised approach to ensure the specific needs and priorities of displacement affected communities underpin programme design, implementation and learning. Danwadaag is area-based, government-led and community-driven. The multi-year programme is led by IOM, with partners Concern Worldwide, NRC, and ReDSS supporting the learning and knowledge management component. To access the Danwadaag website, please click here.