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Free to Move, Free to Stay : Protecting Human Rights in the Context of Environmental MobilitiesResource
Cooperation between Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies and their Governments to provide humanitarian assistance and protectionPractice Repository
Engagement du REPSFECO pour une Migration Concertée, Engagée et OrdonnéePledge
Monitoring and Learning System: supporting evidence-based and adaptive programming in the Horn of Africa and Sahel and Lake Chad regionsPractice Repository
Mainstreaming environmental and climate considerations into migrants reintegration programmingPractice Repository
An Exploratory Study on Labour Recruitment and Migrant Worker Protection Mechanisms in West Africa: The Case of Côte d'Ivoire, the Gambia, Ghana, Nigeria and SenegalResource
Platform for Remittances, Investment and Migrants’ Entrepreneurship in Africa - PRIME Africa Projects
Controlling irregular migration: can a market for Temporary Foreign Work Permits help?Events
Programme Migration & Diaspora (PMD)Projects
Human Rights Watch submission to the Africa Regional Review on implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular MigrationResource
DIASDEV, a joint project initiated by the French Development Agency and the Caisse des Dépôts from France, Italy, Morocco, Senegal and TunisiaProjects
An integrated approach to reintegration: a focus on the mentoring approachEvents
Returning to New OpportunitiesProjects
The story of Amedy, SenegalVideo
Mentoring Returnees: Study on Reintegration Outcomes Through a Comparative LensResource
COVID-19 exposes opportunities as well as vulnerabilities for migrants’ remittances to SenegalResource
The National Remittances Stakeholders NetworksResource
Strengthening Capacity to Harness the Positive Effects of MigrationProjects
MATCH – Hiring African TalentsProjects

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