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Aid in Place Programme

Aid in Place programme (full name: The Programme of the Ministry of the Interior for the Assistance to Refugees in Regions of Origin and Prevention of Large Migration Flows) was founded in 2015 in reaction to the war in Syria and the subsequent migration wave.

The permanent Aid in Place programme is administered by the Department for Asylum and Migration Policy of the Ministry of the Interior, and together with the medical humanitarian programme MEDEVAC it forms part of humanitarian and assistance measures of the Ministry of the Interior to help countries with large refugee populations and countries facing major migration pressures. The programme allocates financial donations abroad for assistance to refugees in the place of their first displacement, to internally displaced persons and to returnees coming back to their country of origin. It also provides donations to strengthen asylum and migration systems, border protection and fight against illegal migration. Beneficiaries of these funds include government partners, international organisations and international non-governmental organisations.

Since 2015 the programme has been focusing on three priority regions - the Middle East, the Balkans and the Sahel region and North Africa. In addition to the bilateral cooperation, the Ministry of the Interior also seeks to implement projects in these regions in collaboration with other EU Member States in order to increase the impact of its interventions.

In 2019, the programme’s budget amounted to approx. 6 million EUR (150 mil. CZK). Projects in Jordan, Libya, Mali, Niger and North Macedonia were supported. The Czech Ministry of the Interior also provided its second contribution to the European Regional Development and Protection Programme (RDPP) North Africa.

In 2020, the programme’s budget amounted to approx. 5.4 million EUR (135 mil. CZK). Projects in Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Serbia and Greece were supported. Furthermore, the Czech Ministry of the Interior together with Denmark provided funding to a pilot project of the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) in North Africa.

Annual reports:

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Syrian children in the Azraq refugee camp in Jordan. © MoI CR (photo: Štěpán Lohr)

  

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