Enhancing Capacities of Policymakers and Practitioners on Migration, Environment and Climate Change in sub-Saharan Africa
The training course, “Enhancing Capacities of Policymakers and Practitioners on Migration, Environment and Climate Change in Sub-Saharan Africa”, was held in Moshi, United Republic of Tanzania, from 11 to 13 March 2014. This training built upon the success of previous migration and environment training courses delivered by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in the Republic of Korea and the Republic of Colombia in 2013. This event is also part of IOM’s global capacity building programme on environmental migration, developed following the recommendations of the global IOM International Dialogue on Migration event held in Geneva in 2011. The Summary Report provides an overview of the policy recommendations formulated by policy makers during the workshop.
- I. Summary of Policy Recommendations Drawn from the Workshop
- Context of the Workshop
- II. Key Challenges and Recommendations as Identified at the Workshop
- III. Country-level Priorities
- Relevant Regional Policy Frameworks (Non-Exhaustive) as Identified during the Workshop