EU/SAMUEL HALL – MID-TERM REVIEW OF THE EU TRUST FUND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND PROTECTION PROGRAMME IN KENYA: SUPPORT TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF KALOBEYEI

In 2016, the Kalobeyei Integrated Socio-Economic Development Plan (KISEDP) was devised. Funded by the European Union, it is part of a broader regional effort called the EU Regional Development and Protection Programme (RDPP) in the Horn of Africa, led by the Netherlands, to improve protection and enhance development prospects for all – the displaced and local communities. The project is composed of inclusive education and health services, targeted protection services particularly for children, and support to foster long term food and nutrition security, and economic opportunities in and around the Kalobeyei settlement. In 2018, Samuel Hall in collaboration with the EU reviewed the project to assess whether objectives had been achieved, and where obstacles and opportunities exist to inform future iterations of the project.

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