The Regional Migration Fund (RMF) was established by IGAD on behalf of the respective Member States, and KfW on behalf of the German Government, in order to address the challenges of and promote the potential opportunities linked to migration. Its objective is to create economic opportunities and improve living conditions for migrants, refugees and host communities by developing economic and social infrastructure in economic potential border areas along migration routes and in protracted refugee settlements and host communities within the Greater Horn of Africa (GHoA) region.
The RMF aims at strengthening social cohesion between different communities. More specifically, RMF has two investment windows:
At this stage, RMF has identified Six Measures with high impact under Investment Window 2 (IW-2) focusing on socioeconomic inclusion of refugees and host communities in the protracted displacement setting of Ali Sabieh – Ali Addeh in Djibouti.
Investment Measures to be undertaken:
The RMF is launching Call for Proposals for the implementation of the following Measures, under IW-2:
IGAD is inviting interested Organizations legally constituted as a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) registered under relevant laws in the Republic of Djibouti, to express interest by email to
Mahiri.Ouattara@igad.int copying N adira.Chakib@igad.int, with the following subject line “Call for Proposal for RMF – IW2”, to request for Call documents.
The proposals must be submitted to the above addresses not later than 16 March 2022 at 12.00 am (East African Time).
Download Attached Documents in PDF below
RMF_Publication Notice_Calls for Proposals IW-2_ONGs