2 million project funded by the EU's Instrument for Stability aimed at making tangible improvements to Libyan border security and helping security sector reform.
What does IfS stand for?
IfS stands for Instrument for Stability (EU)
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We have 267 other meanings of IfS in our Acronym Attic
- Institut Français de Sofia (French: French Institute of Sofia; Sofia, Bulgaria)
- Institut Fuer Sozialforschung (German: Institute For Social Research)
- Institut für Schulentwicklungsforschung (University Dortmund, Germany)
- Institut für Schulungsmaßnahmen (Dortmund, Germany)
- Institute for Families in Society (University of South Carolina)
- Institute for Fiscal Studies
- Institute of Financial Services (various locations)
- Institute of Fluid Science (Tohoku University; Japan)
- Institute of Fundamental Sciences (various locations)
- Institutional Fund Services (various organizations)
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2 million is funded by the EU's Instrument for Stability.
The Lebanon Accord publication is part of a larger project funded by the European Union's Instrument for Stability on 'People's Peacemaking Perspectives,' which aims to provide analysis based on local experiences and opinion.
A first 20 million Euro stabilisation support package was approved today under the Instrument for Stability (IfS) to provide immediate support to Mali's law enforcement and justice services, the Malian local authorities, dialogue and reconciliation initiatives at local level, and the first phases of the upcoming electoral process.
Besides the EU financial support of Rs 125 million for the implementation of the Transfer Agreement, an additional sum of Rs 44 million financed under the Instrument for Stability of the EU will be made available to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes to implement the short-term assistance package worked out between the EU and Mauritius.