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European Commission


International Partnerships 

The Directorate-General for International Partnerships is the Commission department responsible for EU policy in the field of development and international aid. DG INTPA  has the task of adapting this policy according to the changing needs of the partner countries and works in close collaboration with the Directorate-General for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations, as well as with other Commission services.



United Nations Inter-Regional Crime and Justice Research Institute  

The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) is a United Nations organization created in 1968 by the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. It is responsible for supporting governments and the international community at large in strategic planning, formulation and implementation of better policies in the areas of crime prevention, criminal justice and security governance. The Institute's mission is to promote security, justice and peace in support of the rule of law and sustainable development.

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European Commission


Joint Research Center

The Joint Research Center or JRC is the scientific and technical research laboratory of the European Union. This Directorate-General of the European Commission was created with the aim of providing the scientific advice and technical know-how necessary to support the political orientations chosen by the Union.

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North Africa and Sahel Regional Office

Algiers Algeria

The Regional Office for the North Africa and Sahel region is based in Algiers, Algeria and supports the sharing of information between countries and towards the European Commission and the P55 coordinator and its partners. It also facilitates and coordinates the assessment of national needs, the establishment of national CBRN teams and action plans for the management of nuclear, radiological, biological and chemical risks. The Regional Office also assists countries in submitting project proposals and coordinating the activities of CBRN Centers of Excellence. Several projects have been implemented in the region, and stem from the CBRN Centers of Excellence initiative funded by the European Commission.

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Expertise France (EF) is the French Agency for International Expertise, born from the merger of the six main French technical assistance agencies, which took place on January 1, 2015. Its objective is to participate in the French cooperation policy , development aid and economic outreach, by meeting the growing needs for expertise in developing countries, emerging countries and neighboring European countries, and developing public policies in response to institutional, economic, demographic and social challenges and environmental issues they encounter. It is placed under the joint supervision of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Finance. Therefore, it only works in the context of public procurement. It also has a leading role in the "Operator Alliance" which brings together all the French executing agencies and ensures that French public proposals are coordinated and articulated.

Expertise France supports its partners and clients in the implementation of public policies in areas such as sustainable development, economic development, public finance, governance and human rights, social protection and employment, health, stability, safety and security issues. It offers a wide range of interventions, based on an integrated approach to public policies, to partner States and other authorities, or to multilateral or European donors. Its "Peace, Stability, and Security" department, also called P2S, represents a large part of the agency's activity.

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