DFID's Safety, Support and Solutions Phase II (SSS 11) programme is a new migration programme which aims to make migration safer and more orderly and provide critical humanitarian support, resulting in fewer deaths and less suffering along the Central Mediterranean Route" Over the period 2018-2020, DFID will allocate f:75 million worth of funding to specialist partners to deliver the programme. Formal agreemenls have been· signed with IOM, UNICEF, British Red Cross, and a consortium of INGOs led by the Danish Refugee Council. Partners will take a route-based approach (working across fourteen countries of origin, transit and destination, of which nine are focus countries to be covered by this Terms of Reference) to respond to the complex needs of mixed migrant populations including refugees, asylum seekers, economic migrants and victims of trafficking, in a wide range of countries (see next section) along the Central Mediterranean Route.
|Duration||23/04/2019 - 17/08/2021|
|Program||Department for International Development (DFID)|
|Principle investigator for the project (Danube University Krems)||Univ.-Prof Dr. Mathias Czaika|