Search Results for: "Conflict Stability and Security Fund CSSF"
Through the Managed Fund, the Good Governance Fund will support a series of governance and economic reform initiatives, aimed at building stability, reducing poverty and increasing prosperity, in Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Armenia and North Macedonia. The fund will focus on areas such as: anti-corruption; improving the business environment; judicial reform; key sector reforms (e.g. banking and energy); strengthening the rule of law; and supporting an independent media. This project was approved before the referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU. Work is now under way to understand the implications of leaving the EU for the UK’s development work
To help reduce extreme poverty and vulnerability and increase individual, household and community resilience in response to the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Yemen. This will be done through improved access to cash based social safety nets, restoring and improving access to basic services and improving livelihoods.
To improve the UN’s capacity to respond to crises quickly to prevent them from worsening; to support the UN to build sustainable peace in countries emerging from conflict and to prevent conflict; and to incentivise the pillars of the UN to work together to achieve global peacebuilding objectives. This in turn will deliver improved outcomes for poor and displaced people living in fragile and conflict-affected countries - protecting people caught up in the middle of conflicts, helping communities build peaceful resolutions and supporting communities to live together after conflicts. The direct impact on poor people is expected to include: • reduced number of people displaced by conflict; • reduced conflict related deaths; and • improved economic opportunities for poor people. This programme will deliver support to the UN Peacebuilding Fund (PBF), the UN Department of Political Affairs (DPA), and the Joint UNDP-DPA Programme on Building National Capacities for Conflict Prevention.
The Syria Education Programme supports the delivery of safe, inclusive and quality education services for up to 400,000 vulnerable children in Syria. The project supports Children to return to and access learning opportunities Safe school environments through the provision of microgrants for refurbishment Safe school practices through violence free classroom management training and a focus on wellbeing as an element of ‘safety’ through the provision of MHPSS support for teachers and students. The livelihoods of teachers through the provision of stipends and teacher training and support. The Syria Education Programme operates in the NE and NW, with a pending pilot in the Euphrates Shield in review. In the NE the current platform is multisectoral in nature but we currently only fund the education components of the platform.
The programme will provide humanitarian emergency response operations management and stabilisation support. This programme will enable UK to respond rapidly, at scale, to global humanitarian disasters as well as supporting DFID teams working on protracted crises, chronic emergencies and humanitarian reform. This contract will also provide a flexible model to support the Government’s conflict, stabilisation and security work in fragile and conflict-affected states – both during steady state periods and in response to crises.
This programme focuses on building the capacity of international partners to conduct effective and human rights compliant criminal investigations, and the disruption, prosecution and detention of terrorists and violent extremists. This is an ODA and non-ODA integrated programme. The spend reported against this programme is the ODA element alone.
This programme provides assistance to address the priority drivers of instability in the region. The main pillars are around tackling the ongoing legacies of the wars of the 1990s, reducing the threat from extremism and terrorism, strengthening governance and the rule of law capability, and supporting reconciliation. This programme included Covid-19 activity.
This programme aims to change the conditions in Iraq to reduce the probability and reach of a future insurgency, contribute to an effective, legitimate and responsive Iraqi state and build a more resilient Iraqi society. This is an ODA and non-ODA integrated programme. The spend reported against this programme is the ODA element alone.
To strengthen the rule of law so that all of Pakistan can benefit from a fair, equal and transparent justice system that will help ensure a better governed, more prosperous and stable Pakistan
To strengthen security and justice institutions by providing basic training to police and equipping police and justice agencies with basic infrastructure and skill sets; improving management systems; and developing legal institutions including the district courts in the new federal member states and the ministries of justice at the Federal and member state level.
The programme aims to support Tunisia by providing support to economic development, security sector reform and good governance. The programme will promote inclusive economic development and support to Tunisians to develop the right skills for the labour market. (2) Focusing on addressing economic and political exclusion and inequalities, particularly within marginalised regions. This is an ODA and non-ODA integrated programme. The spend reported against this programme is the ODA element alone. This programme included Covid-19 activity.
The programme will support Libya in the delivery of greater security, stability and resilience; promote more inclusive political dialogue and participation; and boost economic development. This is an ODA and non-ODA integrated programme. The spend reported against this programme is the ODA element alone. This programme included Covid-19 activity.
This programme will support governance and economic reform in Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, North Macedonia, Moldova, Serbia and Ukraine. Specific areas the fund supports include anti-corruption measures, improving the business environment, judicial reform, key sector reforms (e.g. banking and energy), strengthening the rule of law and supporting an independent media. These interventions support states to become more resilient to external and internal (political or economic) shocks and support poverty reduction.
To improve inter-communal harmony and to participate effectively in the peace process by increasing the capacity of civil society, women, youths, religious and ethnic communities through the Paung Sie Facility (PSF), Local Insights Service (LIS) and Myanmar Information Management Unit (MIMU). It gives partners the organisational strengths necessary to do this work themselves in the longer term. The programme also supports greater sensitivity in government, investor and donor policy and practice to inter-communal and other conflict dynamics
This project has two prinicple aims: 1. To deliver effective reconstruction and recovery spending by the World Bank and Government of Iraq; this follows the territorial defeat of Daesh, which has left Iraq with a $88 billion reconstruction bill. 2. To improve Government of Iraq efforts to achieve long-term economic and governance reform, addressing the underlying drivers which led to the emergence of Daesh. As a result of this project, reconstruction and recovery spending by the World Bank and the Government of Iraq will be spent well, improving the lives of citizens across Iraq, in particular women and girls, and addressing the underlying drivers of instability, violent extremism and conflict.
To respond to the needs of communities in areas reclaimed from Daesh, and improve the capacity of the Iraqi government to implement recovery and stabilisation activities to ensure displaced communities can return to their homes safely. This will be achieved by restoring access to basic services (water, health, electricity, education) in liberated areas, and improving livelihoods of communities affected by conflict through cash for work programmes, small business grants and vocational training. This programme will improve governance through facilitating a dialogue between local government and communities, and provide technical assistance that will enable the international community to better target stabilisation activities and assistance. It will also improve understanding of drivers of migration within Iraq and from Iraq to Europe through research. It will also ensure third party monitoring to programmes to improve performance and reduce the risk of misuse of funds.
This programme is supporting Ukraine’s civil society and the Ukrainian government on a range of conflict management, peace building and recovery programmes. These include support for internally displaced persons, human rights monitoring and helping to build resilience and grassroots capacity amongst conflict-affected communities. This is an ODA and non-ODA integrated programme. The spend reported against this programme is the ODA element alone. This programme included Covid-19 related activity.
Strengthening social capital and reducing tensions between Jordanian host communities and Syrian refugees, Conflict, Security and Stability Fund (CSSF)UK - Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)
Working across Jordan in 18 locations, the project aims to provide stability and cohesion at the local level by increasing the capacity of community leaders and community based organisations to better identify sources of tension and conflict and respond to them through social projects and small scale infrastructure.
This programme aims to support (1) Inclusive economic growth in Egypt through an improved fiscal position, an improved business environment, job creation, and international recognition of the improved quality of governance. (2) Education reform to increase public access to quality education, increase human capital and strengthen economic participation. (3) Government reforms, strengthening civil society, and directly supporting NGOs in order to tackle inequality, marginalisation and extreme poverty. This is an ODA and non-ODA integrated programme. The spend reported against this programme is the ODA element alone. This programme included Covid-19 activity.
GGF I: The Good Governance Fund - Collaboration with International Financial Institutions and other partners (I)UK - Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)
Through International Financial Institutions and other multilateral organisations, the Good Governance Fund will support a series of governance and economic reform initiatives, aimed at building stability, reducing poverty and increasing prosperity in Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). The support will focus on areas such as: anti-corruption; improving the business environment; judicial reform; key sector reforms (e.g. banking and energy); strengthening the rule of law; and supporting an independent media. This project was approved before the referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU. Work is now under way to understand the implications of leaving the EU for the UK’s development work