Donor Support: Agreement for the Reform and Civil Concord

Article 23: General Principles.

b) They agree to involve friendly countries and international organizations in the consolidation of Peace by asking them to provide financial and technical support.

Implementation History

2001

No Implementation

No information available on donor support to facilitate the peace process.

2002

Minimum Implementation

In November 2002, the European Commission provided 34.8 million Euro to be used on “development projects and assistance in order to support government's efforts to reduce poverty through sustainable economic and social development and to implement the peace agreement.” This cooperation program was expected to last for the next five years (2002-2007).1

  • 1. "Republic of Djibouti: Commission approves EUR 34.8 million co-operation programme," RAPID. November 22, 2002.
2003

Minimum Implementation

Further information not available on donor support to consolidate the peace after 2001 agreement with FRUD-AD. There were reports of US support but most of the support was related to initiatives designed to fight Somali insurgents.

2004

Minimum Implementation

No further information available on donor support to consolidate the peace process. 

2005

Minimum Implementation

No further developments observed.

2006

Minimum Implementation

No further developments observed.

2007

Minimum Implementation

No further developments observed.

2008

Minimum Implementation

No further developments observed.

2009

Minimum Implementation

No further developments observed.

2010

Minimum Implementation

No further developments observed.