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The Africa Migration Data Network (AMDN)

The Africa Migration Data Network (AMDN) aims to promote a continental exchange of good practices on migration data issues, facilitate coordination and collaboration among members of the network in the implementation of migration data-related initiatives, and improve their effectiveness through dissemination and outreach.

Understanding the future of migration

In partnership with the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI), GMDAC is leading a work package on “migration scenarios” in the context of the EU-funded, Horizon2020 Project “CROSSMIGRATION – Current European and Cross-National Comparative Research and Research Actions on Migration.”

Leaving No Migrant Behind: Helping Countries to Report on SDG Indicators by Migratory Status

With support from Statistics Sweden, IOM’s GMDAC will develop practical guidance on how to disaggregate SDG indicators by migratory status, aiming to improve countries’ capacity to do this and start identifying migrants in development data.

Assessing the needs of families searching for relatives lost in the Central and Western Mediterranean

This project seeks to shed light on the needs of families searching for relatives who have disappeared crossing the Central and Western Mediterranean routes.

Safety, Support and Solutions in the Central Mediterranean Route

With support from the UK Department for International Development (DfID), IOM’s GMDAC is implementing part of a route-based, multi-year programme focusing on the Central Mediterranean Route, in coordination with several IOM missions and partner agencies.

Global Migration Data Portal

The Migration Data Portal aims to serve as a unique access point to timely, comprehensive migration statistics and reliable information about migration data globally. 

Migration Governance Indicators

The MGI is a tool developed by IOM in collaboration with the Economist Intelligence Unit, which aims at supporting voluntary governments in taking stock of their migration governance structures. 

Missing Migrants Project

The Missing Migrants Project tracks deaths of migrants and those who have gone missing along migratory routes across the globe. More than 32,000 migrants around the world have lost their lives since the project began in 2014. 

Migration, Environment and Climate Change: Evidence for Policy

The European Union-funded “Migration, Environment and Climate Change: Evidence for Policy” (MECLEP) project was implemented between January 2014 and March 2017.

Free Movement and Migration in West Africa

Support to Free Movement of Persons and Migration in West Africa (FMM West Africa) – Migration Data Collection and Management component:

Funded jointly by the EU and ECOWAS, the project seeks to support the development of...