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The EU-IOM Knowledge Management Hub’s Research Fund issues a Request for Proposals to develop monitoring tools and identify good practices for the sustainable reintegration of child returnees

The EU-IOM Knowledge Management Hub’s Research Fund issues a Request for Proposals to develop monitoring tools and identify good practices for the sustainable reintegration of child returnees
Alexander Bee/IOM

A Knowledge Management Hub (KMH) has been established by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in 2017 under the EU-funded Pilot Action on Voluntary Return and Sustainable, Community-Based Reintegration. The KMH aims at supporting the implementation of the EU-IOM Actions in support of migrant protection and reintegration by ensuring coherent methodological approaches; harmonising monitoring and evaluation activities; setting up knowledge management tools; and producing knowledge products.

As part of the KMH, a Research Fund has been established to contract studies in order to address knowledge gaps in the field of migrant return and reintegration.

In this framework, the IOM invites Service Providers/Consulting Firms to provide Technical and Financial Proposals for the development of Monitoring Toolkit and Good Practices for the Sustainable Reintegration of Child Returnees (duration of approximately 6 months).

The Service Providers/Consulting Firms interested in submitting a proposal should contact Ms. Nazanine Nozarian (nnozarian@iom.int) and copy Ms. Noëlle Darbellay (ndarbellay@iom.int) to request the full Request for Proposal package.

Proposals must be submitted no later than Friday 15 May 2020.

For more information about the process, please click on the Service’s weblink above.

To learn more about the EU-IOM Actions click here.