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Addressing the Root causes of Migration in Ethiopia


Titre : Addressing the Root causes of Migration in Ethiopia

Pays : Ethiopie

Date : 1 August 2016 - 30 November 2019

The project has two specific objectives : 1) Increased evidence on migration, employment and decent livelihood opportunities in selected woredas that will inform SINCE project design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation and 2) Enhance smooth school to work transition for university and TVET female and male graduates across regions.

The project on ‘Addressing Root Causes of Migration in Ethiopia’, operates within the frame of the SINCE (Stemming Irregular Migration in Northern & Central Ethiopia) programme.
SINCE Programme is managed by the Italian Embassy in Ethiopia with the aim of improving the living conditions of the most vulnerable population, including potential migrants and returnees contributing to the reduction of irregular migration from Northern and Central Ethiopia.
The SINCE programme has been funded by the European Union Trust Fund with a total budget of 20 Million Euro. As a technical implementing partner to the project, ILO is working closely with multiple stakeholders to coordinate the project activities focussing on local employment generation, strengthening of public employment services especially for women and youth in the migration prone regions and providing overall substantive and monitoring and evaluation expertise to the SINCE programme.

Bénéficiaires :  : The project beneficiaries are unemployed youth, University and TVET graduates, potential migrants and returnees from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). The geographical outreach would focus on rural towns and urban areas, particularly Addis Ababa city administration and Amhara, Tigray, Oromia and Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People’s Region (SNNP) region

Development partner(s) : European Commission and Italian Embassy in Addis Ababa

Organisation internationale du travail (OIT)

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