In December 2010, representatives from the governments of Djibouti, Ethiopia, Puntland, Somaliland and Yemen met in Djibouti to explore how governments in the sub-region could collaborate in response to challenges posed by the mixed migration phenomenon in the sub-region. During discussions, ther
by Peter Mudungwe - Posted Apr, 14
Migration and Development Develop a methodology of national market labour needs assessment including: (i) labour gaps, and (ii) available labour force. Review existing legal policy framework for regular migration channels, in preparation for potential bilateral agreements. Conduct a baseline
Kenya is a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-religious country, home to one ofthe largest refugee populations in Africa and some of the world’s oldest refugeecamps. Ongoing policy developments are shaping migration management, andKenya’s role and strategic location in East Africa highlig
by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 14
The Migration, Environmentand Climate Change: Policy BriefSeries is produced as part of theMigration, Environment andClimate Change: Evidence forPolicy (MECLEP) project funded bythe European Union, implementedby IOM through a consortium with six research partners.
by Jeanette Schade Bielefeld University - Posted Apr, 14
In Kenya, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) undertook the Migration Profile for Kenya (MPK) at the request of the Government of Kenya, through the Department of Immigration, and with funding from the IOM Development Fund. The need for such an exercise is largely the result of a l
by SAMUEL HALL - Posted Apr, 14
The role of land policies and laws for environmental migration in Kenya
by Jeanette Schade - Bielefeld University - Posted Apr, 09
2009 Revision of World Urbanization Prospect Report 50 per cent of the global population lives in urban settings, as Africa continues to develop, more and more migrants are finding their way into the urban centres
by Transition Intiative for Stabilization - Posted Apr, 03
According to the 2009 Revision of World Urbanization Prospect Report 50 per cent of the global population lives in urban settings, as Africa continues to develop, more and more migrants are finding their way into the urban centres in search of better economic opportunities.
by IOM - Posted Apr, 03