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- 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: 2016 - ongoing
The practice emerged due to actions occurring along the Northern Nigerien border, where international migrants reach a designated area near the...
- Date: 2000 - ongoing
The Centre for Indian Migrant Studies (CIMS) is a Non-Governmental Organization that aims to safeguard the rights of international migrant workers...
Immediate support and emergency recovery for unaccompanied foreign and separated children (UASC) in the territory of AlbaniaDate: 2020 - ongoing
Albania has increasingly become a transit country through which migrant children, often unaccompanied or separated by their caregivers, go through to...
- Date: 2017 - ongoing
The Gambia is a small country with big migration. Of a population of about 2.2 million, about 10 percent are emigrants. At about 30%, Gambia has the...
Moving Towards Resilience: Documenting perceptions of in-place adaptation and migration in climate vulnerable communitiesDate: 2021 - ongoing
CWS has conducted systematic learning about perceptions of climate change, migration, and in-place adaptation in six countries where we work with...
Engaging Migrants and Diaspora Communities for an Inclusive and Climate-Resilient Blue Economy in KenyaDate: 2019 - 2022
This project supported the Government of Kenya (GoK) in its efforts to strengthen community resilience to climate change by harnessing migrant and...
- Date: 2022 - ongoing
En 2022, la Red de las Naciones Unidas sobre la Migración en Perú como parte de su plan de trabajo 2022 inició un proceso de información...
- Date: 2021 - 2022
En virtud de las amenazas climáticas, su impacto sobre las dinámicas migratorias regionales, y la importancia de garantizar que la migración cuente...
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