Webinar recording. Exploring current migration management programs in the Horn of Africa.
This webinar explores current migration management programs in the Horn of Africa through the lens of various actors such as local populations, civil society, local and national governments, and international organizations.
Oliver Bakewell, Research & Evidence Facility Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic overlays a new form of disaster on the already complex array of chronic and periodic crises that beset the people of the Horn of Africa. It has had an immediate effect on human mobility across the world and the region. This paper will explore the nature of pandemic’s impact on mobility compared to the impact of other crises. Most other
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.
By Rashid Abdi and Laura HammondPublished in the East African 29 February – 6 March 2020