The Africa-Frontex Intelligence Community (AFIC) was set up in 2010 to provide a framework for regular knowledge and intelligence sharing in the field of border security between Frontex and African countries. Since the publishing of AFIC third annual report in November 2014, AFIC started to be seen by policy makers in Brussels as a model for a successful analytical and informationsharing platform. This fourth annual AFIC report is a further attempt to consolidate this cooperation model further. Furthermore, AFIC joint report drafting process is designed in a way to provide many opportunities for African partners to engage in practical implementation of risk analysis methodology used by Frontex. This annual report is also a culmination of joint efforts in terms of information exchange and the use of information-sharing platform. As such, the report testifies also to the positive developments in bringing African partners together and sharing information among themselves as they see fit. Lastly, the report should be read in the context of all major policy developments regarding the management of migration flows between West Africa and Europe and initiatives aimed at improving border control and return capacities of the countries involved in the AFIC.
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