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Launch of the evaluation of the AMMi project on migration flows in Eastern Africa

Groupe URD is evaluating the AMMI project (Addressing Mixed Migration Flows in Eastern Africa) for Expertise France (EF). This external final evaluation will be conducted over three months before the closure of the project, between October and December 2018. It will involve field visits to Ethiopia, Kenya, Djibouti, Sudan and Somaliland.

Groupe URD is conducting the evaluation of the AMMi project (Addressing Mixed Migration Flows in Eastern Africa) for Expertise France. The project is funded by the European Union and has been implemented by Expertise France over the period 2016-2018 in partnership with the International Organisation for Migration, the Danish Refugee Council and the RMMS (Regional Mixed Migration Secretariat).

Among its objectives, the project aims to support the national authorities in setting up reception and information centres for migrants that respect their rights, and reinforcing the national capacity to combat the smuggling and trafficking of human beings.

This final external evaluation will be conducted over three months before the closure of the project between October and December 2018. It will involve field visits to Ethiopia, Kenya, Djibouti, Soudan and Somaliland. It will allow Expertise France and its partners to evaluate the results of the project after 36 months. It also aims to learn lessons and provide recommendations for designing and running future projects to do with migration in the Horn of Africa and elsewhere in the world.