Delegation of the European Union to Thailand

Strengthening capacities and developing sustainable livelihood opportunities for the Myanmar refugees largely encamped along the Thai-Myanmar border in preparation for repatriation

03/07/2017 - 10:23
Migration and Border Management

The project aims at providing of livelihood-sector-based basic services in the nine camps and their hosting communities which will contribute significantly towards reducing vulnerability and increasing self-reliance and preparedness for a possible return process.

The project aims at providing basic services in the nine camps and their hosting communities which will contribute significantly towards reducing vulnerability and increasing self-reliance and preparedness for a possible return process. Refugees and Thai villagers will acquire greater knowledge and improved skills on organic agriculture and small animal raising, or non-farm livelihoods (recycling and food shops) from technical training, skills training, and on-site field support. Furthermore, the camp governance in the livelihood sector will be reinforced through coordinating all the activities with the Livelihood Camp Committees, and by the participation of the camp-based refugee staff.

Sector: Refugees livelihood

Benefiting zone: Thailand

Key facts

Budget amount (€): 1 445 830

Duration: January 2017 – December 2018

Implementing Organisations:

Caritas Spain

Catholic Bishops' Conference of Thailand

Catholic Office for Emergency Relief and Refugees (COERR)

 

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