Policy paper

Conflict, Stability and Security Fund: programme summaries for Middle East and North Africa 2019 to 2020

This page includes summaries of Conflict, Stability and Security Fund programmes in the Middle East and North Africa region.

Documents

Algeria programme

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Egypt programme

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Iran programme

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Iraq programme

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Jordan: UK-Jordan Partnership Facility programme

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Jordan: Defence and Borders programme

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Jordan: Internal Security programme

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Jordan: Political Stability programme

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Lebanon: Community Stability programme

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Lebanon Political Reform Programme

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Lebanon: Security programme

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Libya programme

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Middle East Peace Process (MEPP) programme

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Morocco programme

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Tunisia programme

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North Africa Regional Cooperation Fund programme

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Syria: Future Syria programme

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Yemen programme

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Details

Programme summaries give an overview of each Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) programmes at beginning of each financial year. They explain what support the CSSF is providing and why it is needed, stating:

  • where the programme is working
  • what it is trying to achieve
  • the budget
  • the programme length

They break down programme activity into individual components or projects, with details of the lead UK government department and the organisations that are implementing the programme. View further detail on the programme summary form.

Due to the highly sensitive nature of some of the CSSF’s work it is not possible to publish details of all programme spend. This is to protect national security and to protect the safety and security of beneficiaries, partners and partner governments. Regional and thematic boards decide what can be published and apply similar criteria to that set out in Freedom of Information legislation.

Published 5 November 2019