MESOAMERICA PROGRAM MATERIALS
Migrant Caravan | What is the return process like for an accompanied minor?
Many of the people of the Migrant Caravans decide to return because they are accompanied by minors, who are more vulnerable to the risks of the road. Know what the return process is like if you are traveling with a minor.
Migrant Caravan | How does the Assited Voluntary Return Program work?
Learn in this video how is the assisted voluntary return´s process. Montserrat explains to you!
Migrant Caravan | The dangers of the journey (testimony)
Many people from #MigrantCaravans decide to return to their country due to the multiple risks they encounter along the way. Know the history of one of them.
Migrant Caravan | Testimony of a voluntary returnee (Mario)
“I advise mothers who bring their children, or fathers, to take care of them, and if they couldn’t find another solution, to return, because the ones in danger are the children.”- Mario Alfredo Albir, a Honduran man who returned to his country voluntarily after leaving with a migrant caravan.
Report from the Event: I Congress on Women in the Context of Migration
The congress was held in San Salvador, El Salvador, from December 18 to 20, 2018. It was organized by the Regional Conference on Migration, with the support of IOM. Learn more about the congress in this document.
Migrants from the Caravans Receive IOM Support to Return to their Countries
Since 4 November 2018, the UN Migration Agency (IOM) has facilitated the voluntary and safe return of hundreds of Central Americans who were part of the caravans of migrants traveling US-bound through Mexican territory.
Testimony of an Assisted Voluntary Return
Dennis, a Salvadoran who left in one of the migrant caravans, is one of the 453 people who, between November 4 and 28, 2018, returned to their country with the support of IOM, upon encountering a strong police and legal barrier to cross the border to the United States.
Flow Monotoring Survey (DTM) Suchiate, Chiapas, January 2019
As part of the activities of IOM Regional Migration Program in Mexico, a flow monitoring survey has been implemented in the southern border region of the country, specifically in the State of Chiapas on the border with Guatemala, on January 2019. Read the results.