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Executive summary: Engaging Central American and Mexican Diasporas. Opportunities and Challenges
Discover the main findings of a pioneer IOM study that, building from an exhaustive research of more than 1000 diaspora organizations in Canada, the United States, Mexico and Central America, has gathered information on more than 100 of them and started an interactiva map on the iDiaspora platform.
Mexico-Baseline For Mobility Tracking: Presence Of Migrants, Tapachula, Chiapas #1, (February 2021)
Currently, a large number of migrants have had to remain in the municipality of Tapachula, mainly in urban areas, waiting for the resolution of the National Institute of Migration (INM) on their migration status or waiting for the resolution of the Mexican Commission for Refugee Assistance (COMAR) on their request for refugee status in the country. IOM conducted a data collection under the DTM methodology, in order to generate information on the presence of migrants in Tapachula, to generate profiles of the migrant population with emphasis on integration and labor migration.
Honduras-Baseline Assessment Of Migration Flows And Mobiity Tracking Within The Context Of COVID-19 Report #2 (September-November, 2020)
Due to the emergencies generated by the COVID-19 pandemic and the Eta and Iota hurricanes, IOM decided to investigate about the impact on mobility and irregular migration flows, especially on the people who have been stranded on the Honduran borders. The study aimed to generate a baseline to understand the existing needs in official and non-official entry points, to get inputs that might direct future actions by protection organizations.
Protecting data is protecting people: four questions and answers about data protection and information hubs
In the framework of January 28, International Data Protection Day, IOM, from the Western Hemisphere Program, shares with the Information Hubs on Migration of the region four key questions and answers on the subject.
Baseline for the evaluation of migration flows and the identification of needs in border communities, under the COVID-19 context in El Salvador
Learn about the sanitary and migratory situation as monitored in Anguiatú, El Amatillo, El Poy, La Hachadura, Las Chinamas and San Cristóbal, between June and August, 2020.