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January 21, 2020
In today’s Digest, dive into a business skills training of returned migrants in Nigeria, one of the first steps of economic reintegration. In Côte d’Ivoire, we meet with returned migrants who decided to join a waste management project together with 200 other beneficiaries. Also see how three years after its launch, the EU-IOM Joint Initiative continues to respond to the needs of stranded and vulnerable migrants. In Guinea, Mamadou and six youths from his neighborhood started a car and motorcycle wash company and opened a coffeeshop for the customers while they are waiting for their car to be cleaned. In Egypt, for the second International Forum on Migration Statistics (IFMS), Antonio Vitorino, IOM Director General, reminds us once again how evidence-based research and data are crucial in policy and programme designing. Finally… focus on The Gambia. A returned migrant shares his success in his agriculture reintegration project: a new start for his family and him. Musa shares his experience of irregular migration and how his family coped with his absence and return. In the country, IOM partners with designer Simon Meienberg to redesign Migrant’s Information Centres.
Nigeria - Business Skills Training: How Do Returned Migrants Choose Their Line of Business? (IOM)
Côte d'Ivoire - Assainissement et gestion des déchets : Oumar, de retour chez lui, travaille avec 198 jeunes pour une ville plus propre (IOM) 
Découvrez d'autres projets de réintégration ici 
Towards sustainable reintegration: EU-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration three years on (EU Commission)
Guinea - A Group of Returned Migrants Start a Car and Motorcycle Wash Company (IOM YouTube) 
Egypt - IOM Director General calls for “Robust Evidence” in Foreign Policy (News Ghana)
Focus on ... The Gambia
Retour gagnant d’un ancien migrant
en Libye 
Plus sur les projets de réintégration ici (English)

Redesigning Migration Information Centres to Promote Safe Migration (IOM)

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