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1 – Données

2 – Lutter contre les facteurs négatifs

3 – Fourniture d’informations

4 – Identité légale et papiers

5 – Filières de migration régulière

6 – Recrutement et travail décent

7 – Réduire la vulnérabilité

8 – Sauver des vies

9 – Combattre le trafic de migrants

10 – Éradiquer la traite de personnes

11 – Gérer les frontières

12 – Contrôle, évaluation et orientation

13 – Alternatives à la rétention

14 – Protection consulaire

15 – Accès aux services de base

16 – Intégration et cohésion sociale

17 – Éliminer les discriminations

18 – Perfectionnement et reconnaissance des qualifications

19 – Contributions des migrants et diaspora

20 – Envois de fonds

21 – Retour digne et réintégration durable

22 – Protection sociale

23 – Coopération internationale

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Priorité à la dimension humaine

Coopération internationale

Souveraineté nationale

Primauté du droit et garanties d’une procédure régulière

Développement durable

Droits de l’homme

Prise en compte de la problématique femmes-hommes

Adaptation aux besoins de l’enfant

Approche mobilisant l’ensemble des pouvoirs publics

Approche mobilisant l’ensemble de la société

Périmètre géographique mondial

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Afrique

Amériques

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Projets

Migration waves, which started in the 1990s, have led to an outflow of Moldovan nationals, with a quarter of the population residing abroad (approximately 720,000 persons according to the National Bureau of Statistics).
Livelihood approach to tackle climate migration: the project has until now succeeded in changing lives for over 10,000 households of coastal areas, and is expected to benefit over 60,000 people who are at risk due to climate change.
The objective of the project is to reduce poverty and achieve sustainable peace through employment-focused, equitable and inclusive economic development.
The 'left behind' families of absent migrants are a vulnerable and under-served population. A comprehensive approach of top-down protections and policy, with bottom up empowerment, will aim for long- term sustainability through government learning.
IFAD partnered with the Malaysian Mobile Money Provider, Valyou, to open digital remittances channels to Pakistan and Bangladesh.
With generous support from the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and Sida, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, UNCDF migration and remittance programme is focused on three key areas: Improve Access, Increase Usage, and Strengthen Resilience.
From 2011 to 2018, this pilot project aimed to mainstream migration into the national development planning and other sectoral policies from a multi-stakeholder and whole-of-government approach. The main outcomes were capacity-building and peer-to-peer leaning among the countries involved.
IFAD’s Near East, North Africa and Europe (NEN) Division and its Financing Facility for Remittances, in partnership with Moldova’s National Commission for Financial Markets, have begun a project designed to strengthen the country’s Savings and Credit Associations (SCAs) so that they can manage
The overarching objective of the project is to increase economic opportunities for youths and enhance curbing of unsafe migration from Eritrea.
FFS focuses on rehabilitating public infrastructure and providing essential services to communities living in areas affected by the conflict.
The overall objective of the project is to strengthen the capacities of governments to support the long-term social and economic inclusion of refugees and migrants and enhance their positive economic and development impact on host countries.
The focus of the United Nations’ joint programme (JP) is to strengthen migrant integration and social cohesion, particularly among the populations in vulnerable situations, through targeted engagement and participation of government counterparts, civil society, migrants and host communities in
This EU-funded € 15 million programme aims to address the impact of remittances to development through innovations, partnerships and scalable products that promote cheap and fast remittance transfers.
HABITABLE – Linking Climate Change, Habitability and Social Tipping Points: Scenarios for Climate Migration – is an EU-funded project aiming at significantly advancing our understanding of the current interlinkages between climate impacts and migration and displacement patterns, and to better
From 2008 to 2012, the Joint Migration and Development Initiative (JMDI) provided guidance and training on integrating migration into policy planning at the local level and supported the scaling up of local migration and development initiatives.
This joint programme contributes to facilitating pathways for regular migration in the IGAD region and minimizing displacement risk in the context of climate change, environmental degradation and disasters in line with the vision and guiding principles of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and
According to the Global Climate Risk Index, in 2019 India was the world’s seventh most vulnerable country to the impacts of climate change.
This project seeks to increase national and international employment opportunities for women and men in Kabul and five pilot provinces, incl. potential migrants and returnees, through: 1. Enhancing Government Capability to Facilitate Safe & Regular Migration 2.
The project aims at improving the application of the ILO fundamental Conventions in EU trading partner countries through improved labour relations and working conditions.
The mission of the project is to provide access to quality bridging education for refugee children who cannot access state schooling, to support them to integrate into a public school, in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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