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- Date: 2022 - 2023
The initiative has been carried out within the framework of the Technical Cooperation Agreement between IOM Brazil and the Brazilian Institute of...
Enhancing Community Resilience and Local Governance Project in South Sudan (ECRP Phase I and Phase II)Date: 2020 - 2027
Phase I of the ECRP project concentrates on establishing Boma and Payam Development Committees (BDCs/PDCs) and building their capacities, in line with...
- Date: 2015 - ongoing
The Environmental Migration Portal was developed in 2015 within the framework of the European Union-funded and IOM-led project “Migration, Environment...
- Date: 2021 - ongoing
The main purpose of the Guide is to bring information material to the migrant population whose permanent residence is in the Autonomous City of Buenos...
Implementación de Centro de Atención al Migrante Internacional 2022 dentro de los Centros MAC (CAMI)Date: 2022 - ongoing
El Perú encara la actual coyuntura migratoria regional con espíritu de acogida, promoviendo la integración socioeconómica de los ciudadanos...
- Date: 2016 - ongoing
Hoping to reduce the high number of missing migrants and unidentified deceased individuals in the Southern African region, primarily between the...
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