This webinar explored efforts by governmental and non-governmental organizations to expand economic and employment opportunities in the Horn of Africa and the influence of these initiatives on mobility dynamics, especially among young people.
The results of our survey to better understand how REF products and activities are being received and used by the network.
From February 22-24, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) convened a scientific conference on Human Mobility in the context of COVID-19 in Addis Ababa. The conference examined the immediate and longer-term impact of COVID-19 on migration and displacement in and around the IGAD region.
On March 11 2021, REF convened a webinar exploring how Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) affect intentions and behaviours related to mobility within the Horn of Africa
What is adaptation and resilience in the context of environmental change? : Case studies from Laikipia and Turkana Counties, Kenya
Watch The Research and Evidence Facility’s debut webinar highlighting findings from environmental change and resilience research in Kenya.
Kenya and Somalia present an interesting and often delicate case study of circular refugee movements. Spurred by limited data and analysis, circular refugee returns between the neighbouring countries became the focus of our rapid review
Laura writes about the current situation in Tigray and the border town of Humera where she studied for her PhD.
Mobile people’s mobile phones – how do information and communication technologies (ICTs) affect mobility and migration in the Horn of Africa?
Our latest report explores how this increased access and use of ICTs affects people’s aspirations, decisions, needs and capabilities to move.
To understand resilience, I realised I should instead start living, working, resting, playing, and hearing stories as much as my untrained body would allow—there where shade is only found in the shadows of clouds.
Localisation and participation within the rollout of the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework in Kenya
The success of the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework (CRRF) is dependent in large part on the extent to which greater self-reliance and inclusion of refugees and host communities is achieved. This can only be established by examining the extent to which initiatives, activities, structures and processes of a country’s rollout procedures engage with the perspectives and priorities of displacement-affected communities.