The ''European Union Response to Forced Displacement in the Framework of the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework in Uganda 2018-2020 and post-2020'' is a result of a close cooperation between EU services and Member States in the past two years.
The EU Nexus Action Plan follows on a decision dated back to September 2017 when EU Ministers requested the operationalisation of the humanitarian-development nexus in Uganda, as one of six pilot countries, namely Chad, Iraq, Myanmar, Nigeria, Sudan, and Uganda.
The overall objective of the EU Humanitarian-Development Nexus in Uganda is to increase the effectiveness of the EU's contribution to the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework (CRRF) roll-out.
The objective of this process is to encourage humanitarian, development and political/diplomatic actors within the EU to add value to each other by identifying collective objectives to work better together, go beyond co-ordination for short-term results, and harness collective action towards longer-term strategic.
The Nexus process is placed firmly in the context of the country's application of the CRRF and the respective National Roadmap and focuses on supporting the EU services and its Member States contribution towards the achievement of the CRRF objectives.
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