Better Migration Management
The Ultimate direct beneficiaries will be aspiring and actual smuggled migrants, victims of trafficking, returnees and other vulnerable groups such as children and women. It also includes local governments, task forces, law enforcement representatives, as well as the private sector and civil society organizations active in the target areas. The indirect beneficiaries will be families of the actual smuggled migrants, victims of trafficking and other vulnerable groups.
This BMM support project essentially represents an innovative and comprehensive response to improve migration management, and in particular to address the trafficking and smuggling of migrants from Ethiopia particularly in selected high illegal migration transit way outs of Ethiopia.
The overall objective of the project is to support the implementation of Better Migration Management and in particular to address the trafficking and smuggling of migrants. The objective will contribute to strengthening resilience of communities and in particular the most vulnerable, as well as refugees and displaced people and improved migration management in countries of origin and transit.
The project will have two major outputs:
Government structures and partners at national and local levels will have increased capacity in migration management.
Mixed migrants in each target woreda’s, including victims of trafficking, have better access to information on legal redress mechanisms, alternative livelihood options including safe migration.