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Projects

Ensuring Continuity of Treatment and Essential Services for People Affected by HIV, TB and Malaria in Yemen, Syria, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon The Middle East Response (MER) initiative was an innovative approach that provided essential HIV, TB, and malaria services to eligible country populations in
The KNOMAD-ILO Migration and Recruitment Costs Surveys aim to systematically document monetary and non-monetary costs incurred by migrant workers seeking jobs abroad.
Responding to the inter-related challenges in the Horn of Africa with a focus on natural resources, market access, livelihoods, social services, disaster risk management, research, conflict prevention, coordination.
The impacts of climate change (like droughts, storms and sea-level rise) endanger lives, devastate infrastructure and can undermine the livelihoods of the poorest. Human mobility, i.e. migration, displacement or planned relocation, can be a response to these developments.
The project aimed to contribute to the global knowledge base on the relationship between migration and environmental and change.
The Interactive Map for Business of Anti-Human Trafficking Organisations and the accompanying report is a resource for companies to navigate emerging partners and resources; for all anti-trafficking organisations; and the general public to improve coordination on the eradication of modern slavery,
The programme is a long-term joint undertaking between the four organizations to implement the 5th Key Priority Area of the Declaration and Plan of Action on Employment, Poverty Eradication and Inclusive Development adopted by the Assembly of Heads of States and Governments (AU/Assembly/AU/20(XXIV)
The Programme aims to strengthen capacities at global, regional and country level to adopt and implement policies, strategies or corresponding programmes that promote sustainable alternatives to migration, support family members that stay behind or enhance the positive impacts of migration for
The joint programme will strengthen capacities of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone for cross-border collaboration on migration and health management in an area where borders of the countries meet.
This project investigated asylum seekers’ views on their experience with the asylum procedure in EU Member States. The project, which ran from 2009 to 2010, delivered two thematic reports and fact sheets on 27 countries.
The Joint Programme “Universal Social Protection to Enhance Resilience and Accelerate the SDGs in the Eastern Caribbean” aims to progressively increase access to social protection services towards universal coverage in Barbados, Saint Lucia and across the OECS.
This global, SDC funded, project seeks to contribute to the promotion of fair recruitment practices globally and across specific migration corridors in North Africa, the Middle East and South Asia. Target countries include Hong Kong SAR, Jordan, Nepal, the Philippines and Tunisia.
The International Placement Services (ZAV) from the Bundesagentur für Arbeit and GIZ have established a project for the placement of qualified nurses with German companies.
A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment of Policy, Origin and Destination Effects: The DEMIG project ran from 2010 to 2014 and tracked 6,500 migration policy changes (both immigration and emigration) in 45 countries, most of them enacted in the 1945-2013 period.
This project aims to mobilise the expertise of the three involved organisations to support governments, employers, workers and their organisations, educational institutions and training providers to develop and recognize the skills of migrant workers.
The project aims to facilitate the access of Syrians under Temporary Protection (SUTP) and Turkish citizens to the formal labour market and supports them to develop, strengthen and upgrade their skills and competences as required.
The project will address migration data needs and strengthen policy capacities at both national and local levels.
The COMMIT project (Facilitating the Integration of Resettled Refugees in Croatia, Italy, Spain and Portugal) aimed at maximizing the integration outcomes of resettled refugees in Croatia, Italy, Spain and Portugal by enhancing pre-departure orientation, strengthening community support, fostering
Established by the UN Network on Migration in May 2019, the Fund is governed by a diverse and inclusive Steering Committee and administered by the UN Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office.
The Mediterranean Missing project was a one-year research project running from September 2015 until October 2016, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council of the United Kingdom.

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