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The Evaluation team from OIGeva@iom.int
- Caroline Abalo Okello
BASELINE REPORT FOR THE BOLSTERING ETHICAL RECRUITMENT POLICIES AND PRACTICE TO ENHANCE SAFE AND ORDERLY LABOUR MIGRATION PATHWAYS, PREVENT EXPLOITATION AND BETTER PROTECT MIGRANT WORKERS FROM UGANDA
Labour migration (ethical recruitment, labour market etc)
- Peter Walyaula
Project End line Evaluation REDUCE TRANSNATIONAL SECURITY THREATS WHILE INCREASING BORDER SECURITY AND REGULAR MIGRATION IN UGANDA
Border and identity solutions (border management, security, border assessment etc)
- PAUL BUKULUKI
Transition Recovery - community stabilisation
- Trend International
Migrant training and integration (including community cohesion), Transition Recovery - community stabilisation, Transition Recovery - counter violent extremism
- Marcela Rueda Gomez
Migration health (assessment, travel, health promotion, crisis-affected), Migration health policy and partnerships
- Leonard Turugrai
Border and identity solutions (border management, security, border assessment etc), Return and AVRR, Assistance to vulnerable migrants
- Coxwain Social Investment Plus (CSI+)
IOM PARTNERSHIP ON HEALTH AND MOBILITY IN EAST AND SOUTHERN AFRICA (PHAMESA) - END OF THE PROGRAM EVALUATION
- Institut d'Etudes Politiques - Sciences Po, Paris
TOWARDS RECONCILIATION AN EVALUATION OF IOM'S INTEGRATED PROJECT FOR THE RETURN AND REINTEGRATION OF 500 LRA REPORTERS THROUGH INFORMATION, COUNSELING AND REFERRAL SERVICES (ICRS)
Transition Recovery - disarmament demobilisation and reintegration
- ITAD Ltd.
Migration and Development - diaspora, Migration and Development - mainstreaming migration into development, Migration and Development - community development