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Kazi Sabuj, beneficiary of the Prottasha project’s reintegration assistance, runs a pigeon breeding business. IOM / Beyond Borders Media 2022
The study was undertaken in 2022 by the KMH in collaboration with Samuel Hall and the University of Sussex. It builds on previous research on debt and reintegration by analyzing returnees’ and their households’ experiences with debt in five countries.
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Medical staff conducts a health check up on an Ethiopian migrant at a hospital in Bossaso before his return to Ethiopia with IOM’s assistance. © IOM 2020 / Muse MOHAMMED
The study was undertaken in 2022 by the KMH with the financial support of the EU, in collaboration with Samuel Hall, the African Centre for Migration and Society at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa.
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IOM invites Service Providers/Consulting Firms to provide Technical and Financial Proposals for Research studies on the impact of health-related needs on sustainable reintegration outcomes and the impact of debt on sustainable reintegration outcomes.
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KMH releases Call for Applications: Roll-out of the toolkit to monitor the sustainable reintegration of child returnees
The recruitment of a dedicated consultant will serve the preparation of a comprehensive guidance as well as a dissemination plan for the implementation of the Toolkit, in collaboration with relevant colleagues at IOM Headquarters as well as regional and...
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KNOMAD issues a call for interest to develop a methodology for a longitudinal study on reintegration outcomes of returnees
KNOMAD is seeking a consultant to elaborate a methodology for a comprehensive longitudinal study on reintegration outcomes of returnees in selected regions and countries. This methodology will be made available for stakeholders interested in carrying out or...
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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
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.
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The EU-IOM Knowledge Management Hub’s Research Fund issues two Requests for Proposals for studies around migrant return and sustainable reintegration
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 assisting the...