Our Projects

Find the latest updates from our projects pushing forward our mission statements in development and security

In 2016 Seefar completed a project in North Africa and the Horn of Africa to assist Eritrean migrants to make more informed decisions about onward migration. This was a communications project conducted in Ethiopia, Uganda, Sudan and Libya. It delivered counselling services and information in person to several thousand migrants in transit and in total reached almost 200,000 migrants. The campaign involved direct counselling …

Eritrea Network Read More »

Economic globalisation has led to growth in trade across borders, but also an increase in organized criminal activity. In Southeast Asia, major issues revolve around drug and precursor trafficking, and the illicit movement of goods and people. Shaping effective responses requires robust information and analysis. Seefar’s expertise in mapping and analysis is increasing understanding of …

Transnational crime and security in Southeast Asia Read More »

For us, low-skilled labour migration is a great opportunity to improve life for poor people. However, the markets for this labour demand attention because of the abuse and exploitation that is so common in them. The ethics and effectiveness of a system that shifts an extra $10 a month to a Qatari (GDP per capita …

Helping low-skilled migrant workers benefit more from their employment Read More »

Denmark’s Region of Origins Initiative (ROI) was a groundbreaking effort to link humanitarian, development and refugee management ambitions. It is now in its third phase, giving Denmark a lot of experience to draw on in responding to the European refugee crisis, including to address protracted displacement and onward movement. Seefar is proud to have the …

Reviewing assistance to IDPs and refugees in Afghanistan Read More »

The Myanmar Government is undertaking measures to tackle the production, trafficking and use of illicit drugs occurring across the country. As the primary source of poppy cultivation and producer of opium in the region, the drug challenges facing the country are significant. Seefar is pleased to be working with the United Nations Office on Drugs …

Towards a drug control policy for Myanmar Read More »

The new Village Law with a set of new regulations has been passed by the Indonesian House of Representative. It must improve the welfare of people in approximately 75.000 villages. One of the components in this law is the development of websites at village level. Seefar is supporting this movement with funding from DFAT and has started with a …

Reducing Social Exclusion in Indonesia: Disability Program Read More »

Africa’s Sahel region has faced many challenges in the recent years, although the various crises have been overshadowed by situations in Libya and the Middle East. Denmark’s engagement in the region has been longstanding, with recent years including a Peace and Stabilisation Program, focused on Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger. Seefar has been supporting Denmark to update the …

Peace and Stability: Programme Design and Management in the Sahel Read More »

We’re excited to see that Denmark has approved and launched its new Country Programme for Afghanistan, 2015-2017. Seefar played a supporting role among many other experts during the formulation of the Country Programme, first being asked to provide quality assurance of the draft program, then to finalize it in preparation for seeking approval from the Danida Grant …

Denmark Launches the new Afghanistan Country Programme Read More »

For decades, Somalia has been one of the world’s most fragile countries. However, in recent years it has been emerging from more than 20 years of conflict and humanitarian disasters towards a more stable, peaceful and increasingly democratic state. Denmark’s activities in Somalia have aimed to support different aspects of this transition. Seefar is pleased to be a …

Designing the 2015-2018 Somalia Country Programme Read More »

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