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Migration en Afrique de l´Ouest et du Nord et à travers la Mediterannée - Chapitre 28Entre routes migratoires, retours assistés et initiatives de réinsertion dans les régions du Sud-Est, du Nord et du Centre du Sénégal
Le présent chapitre examine les effets des différentes formes de retour sur les migrants, leur famille et leur communauté au Sénégal, en particulier sous l’angle de la résilience et/ou du développement. Il s’intéresse avant tout au retour spontané et indépendant, au retour volontaire (effectué avec… Read More
Migration in West and North Africa and across the Mediterranean - Chapter 28Returning migrants: from disillusion to integration initiatives in the South-East, North and Central regions of Senegal
This chapter examines the impact of various forms of return on migrants, their families and communities in Senegal, in particular in terms of resilience and/or development. It focuses on spontaneous and independent return, on voluntary return (taking place with IOM support), and on forced return (… Read More
The yearly Migration Initiatives (MI) reflects IOM's planned responses to migration needs in a calendar year. It also serves as a tool to engage counterparts in discussions on migration, issues and possible concrete measures and to seek support for our programme priorities.
Migration Initiatives 2009 outlines IOM's planned activities for which financial support is needed. The 2009 appeal totals some 870 million US dollars for activities in nearly 400 locations. The appeal covers a range and diversity of projects as varied as migration itself. Labour migration,… Read More
Migration Initiatives 2010 outlines IOM’s proposed activities for which funding is needed. The 2010 appeal totals approximately 1.2 billion US dollars for various projects in areas such as emergency and post-crisis operations, migration health, economic/community stabilization and development,… Read More
Migration Initiatives 2012 outlines IOM’s annual initiatives worldwide for which the Organization is seeking financial support so as to continue meeting the priority needs of migrants, Member and Observer States and other partners. The funding requirements outlined in this document total roughly… Read More
Migration Initiatives 2008 outlines IOM’s planned activities for which funding is required in the coming year. Since the publication of last year’s edition, new migration challenges have arisen in various areas of IOM operations.