ReDSS infographic on EU-REINTEG Programme in Somalia


The EU RE-INTEG Programme (Enhancing Somalia’s responsiveness to the management and reintegration of mixed migration flows) is funded by the European Union and seeks to support sustainable re-integration of refugee returnees and IDPs in Somalia. The programme also seeks to enhance the capacities of the Somalia government and local authorities to assume their primary responsibility for facilitating durable solutions through an increased accessibility to basic services and creation of livelihoods. The EU is working with five consortia (four NGO-led and one UN-led) to achieve result area three across Somalia and Somaliland. The NGO-led consortia include: Somaliland Durable Solutions Consortium (SDSC) led by World Vision; Enhancing Integration of Displacement Affected Communities in Somalia (EIDACS) led by Concern World Wide; Jubaland Solutions Consortium (JSC) led by Norwegian Refugee Council and the Durable Solutions for IDPs and Returnees in Somalia (DSIRS) led by Care.

ReDSS is leading the knowledge management and learning component for three of the EU RE-INTEGs NGO consortiums (EIDACS, JSC and SDSC) while coordinating with UNHabitat and DSIRS consortia (IMPACT is the research and knowledge management lead for DSIRS).

Download ReDSS infographic on the programme here.

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