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Border Force Upstream Capacity building

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Project Data Last Updated: 22/10/2021

IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-6-BF

Description

Border Force upstream capacity building network has an overall aim to build international targeting in ODA countries to help deter the movement across national borders of individuals and goods, that would harm their national interests by enhancing their border control. Border Force upstream capacity building network (in West Africa only) looks to create highly-skilled multi-agency local teams capable of deterring the use of individuals and freight to smuggle drugs or other harmful commodities within developing countries by criminal gangs. Border Force upstream capacity building network projects and activities are based in three main geographical areas the Americas, Africa and EurAsia and have officers embedded in various locations around the world working with local law enforcement agencies and key stakeholders.

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Accountable: UK - Home Office
Funding: UK - Home Office
Implementing: Home Office
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