Agadez, Niger – Since December 2018, migrants staying at UN International Organization for Migration (IOM) transit center have been undertaking training in sustainable agriculture.
A community stabilization project recently launched by IOM, the UN Migration Agency, is giving 30 Nigeriens in Agadez reason to dream of a better future in their communities.
As global climate experts meet in Bonn this week to discuss how to take climate action forward, Zambia counts itself amongst the leaders as President Edgar Lungu officially launches the Plant a Million (PAM) trees Initiative. Read the full article
To reintegrate the returning migrants and create an alternative to migration for rural youth, The Republic of the Gambia recently submitted a project proposal to the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) Impact Programme for USD 5.3 million funding under the UNCCD 3S Initiative in collaboration with The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD.
The Pact is intended to cover all dimensions of international migration through a comprehensive approach, said the Secretary of State for Sustainable Development, Ms. Nezha El Ouafi.