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2018

Support to Integrated border and migration management in Libya - Second phase

Libye

Titre : Support to Integrated border and migration management in Libya - Second phase

Pays : Libye

Date : Adoption date 13/12/2018

Objectifs

The Overall Objective of the programme is to develop the overall capacity of the relevant Libyan authorities and strengthen institutional reform in the areas of land and sea border control and surveillance ; addressing smuggling and trafficking of human beings ; Search & Rescue at sea (SAR) ; and on land contributing to a human response of the migration crises in respect of international and human right laws.

The specific objectives of the project are as follows : 1. Capacity development and institutional strengthening of the relevant authorities (including LCGPS and GACS) covering all sea and land borders including the development SOPs of land and sea based SAR operations ; 2. Further development of the capacity and the integration of the LCGPS and GACS fleets by supply of new SAR vessels as well as an accompanying maintenance programme ; 3. Development of the MRCC communication network along the coast through a step by step approach ; 4. Further development of the land border capacity of the relevant authorities and the engagement through community based engagement and cross border programs, particularly in the West and South.

Additional cross-cutting objectives of the activities will be : (i) The improvement of the operational cooperation between the relevant Libyan agencies and bodies as well as the cooperating with UN agencies and their partners on coordination of activities, information sharing, processing and SOPs ; (ii) The improvement of the human rights situation for migrants and refugees, particularly for women and children, including through ensuring that the Libyan authorities targeted by this action comply with human rights standards in SOPs in SAR operations ; (iii) The concern for the environment, in particular for the hygienic and living environment for migrants in the detention centres and for the reutilisation of oil and the maintenance protocols of the ships.

Partenaire : ICMPD, Italian Ministry of Interior

Financement
EUTF contribution : EUR 45 000 000

EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

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