MESOAMERICA PROGRAM MATERIALS

 

 

 


"Conectá con tu futuro" audiovisual campaign in El Salvador

"Conectá con tu futuro" (Connect with your future) is the audiovisual campaign in El Salvador with the aim of showing young people alternatives to irregular migration. More information here. 




Assisted Voluntary Return Program Report - September 12/2019

Since November 4th, 2018, IOM has provided Voluntary Return Assistance to migrants in transit from Central American in Mexico and Guatemala. Up to September 12th, IOM has provided Voluntary Return Assistance to 1905 people, 107 of which are unaccompanied migrant children and adolescents.




"Echale ganas" audiovisual campaign in Guatemala

"Echale ganas" (Go for it) is the audiovisual campaign in Guatemala with the aim of showing young people alternatives to irregular migration. More information here. 




Assisted Voluntary Return Program Report - September 05/2019

Since November 4th, 2018, IOM has provided Voluntary Return Assistance to migrants in transit from Central American in Mexico and Guatemala. Up to September 5th, IOM has provided Voluntary Return Assistance to 1873 people, 107 of which are unaccompanied migrant children and adolescents.

 




Information Hubs in Mesoamerica

The Information Hubs are centers that provide safe and accurate information about migration procedures, services for migrants, the risks of irregular migration, and regular migration options. Learn more about this model in the following fact sheet.




Assisted Voluntary Return Program Report - August 29/2019

Since November 4th, 2018, IOM has provided Voluntary Return Assistance to migrants in transit from Central American in Mexico and Guatemala. At August 29st IOM has provided Voluntary Return Assistance to 1851 people, 107 of which are unaccompanied migrant children and adolescents.




IOM Launches Five Campaigns to Prevent Irregular Migration in Mexico and Central America

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is currently launching five campaigns to prevent the risks of irregular migration and encourage informed decision making among potential young Central American migrants.




Voluntary Return Assisted to migrants in transit

Since October 2018, thousands of Central American migrants transit through Mexico and Guatemala. Given the risks of irregular migration, many people required to return to their countries of origin and did not have the means to do so. In this context, IOM implemented the Assisted Voluntary Return program, which has assisted around 1800 people.