The Border Management Programme in Central Asia is funded by the European Union and implemented by a consortium of border management agencies of selected European Union’s member states and the International Centre for Migration Policy Development, led by the State Border Guard of the Republic of Latvia.
The four thematic components are implemented by these responsible partners:
- The State Border Guard of the Republic of Latvia (Component 1)
- The State Border Guard Service of the Republic of Lithuania (Component 2)
- The State Revenue Service of the Republic of Latvia (Component 3)
- The International Centre for Migration Policy Development (Component 4).
The BOMCA Programme leadership and component management, including strategic oversight and coordination of the overall action, its logical framework and implementation of thematic components, is based in the EU member states.
The five associated partners below provide consultations, advice and expertise for the project’s activities during its implementation period:
- The Ministry of Interior of Hungary;
- The Central Directorate for Immigration and Border Police of the Italian Republic;
- The Food and Veterinary Service of the Republic of Latvia;
- Riga Technical University;
- The Border Guard of the Republic of Poland.
The BOMCA secretariat is located in the International Centre for Migration Policy Development’s headquarters in Vienna. The secretariat is responsible for the financial, administrative, and technical management of the project.
BOMCA Regional Structure in Central Asia coordinates and handles the logistical organisation of all activities on the national and regional level. It also maintains contacts and networks with the stakeholders on expert level, collects, analyses and shares legal, statistical and other information related to the project content with the project’s leadership, the component’s management and BOMCA’s secretariat.