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2016

Support to Afghanistan Livelihoods and Alternatives to Migration SALAM

Afghanistan

Titre : Support to Afghanistan Livelihoods and Alternatives to Migration SALAM

Pays/Région : Afghanistan

IATI Identifiant  : FI-3-2019-2016160146

Durée : 2016-11-28 // 2019-12-31

Présentation
The Support to Afghanistan Livelihoods and Alternatives to Migration (SALAM) is a joint programme of UNDP ILO and UNHCR in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour Social Affairs Martyrs and Disabled (MOLSAMD) to support the government of the Islamic Repu blic of Afghanistan (GoIRA) in developing comprehensive coherent and integrated national policy and institutional frameworks for labour market in a time of crisis and protracted conflict. SALAM brings together the Government and three UN Agencies to work jointly with private sector and other partners to support durable solutions for external and internal migration in line with the Government ?s vision. This new technical cooperation initiative focuses on vulnerable populations and is defined by the close pa rticipation of the national and international private sector. In this context the programme ?s main interventions promote the creation of an enabling environment for generating livelihood alternatives for semiskilled unskilled and skilled Afghans in Herat B alkh Kandahar Ningahar Kunduz and Kabul provinces. SALAM also targets safer and more productive international labour migration for those who choose to leave Afghanistan alongwith initiatives that promote legal opportunities for international migration prov isions to help Afghans take informed decisions and protections for those who do migrate. SALAM is expected to deliver the following outputs : Output 1 : Formalized institutional structures in support of regular labour migration for Afghan women and men are establishedOutput 2 : National and international employment opportunities for women and men potential migrants and returnees in five selected provinces and Kabul increasedOutput 3 : Public awareness of the risks of irregular migration as well as local employ ment and regular migration opportunities in five selected provinces and Kabul increased

Partenaires  : United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Financement : Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland
Budget  : Finland supports SALAM with 45 million Euros during the years 2016 and 2017.

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