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Weak links:

Challenging the climate & mixed migration paradigm in the Horn of Africa & Yemen

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Quarterly Mixed Migration Updates (Q4 2019)

Quarterly mixed migration updates on new trends & dynamics covering 6 regions

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Outspoken but Unheard

How diasporas in Europe shape migration along the Central Mediterranean Sea route

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About the East Africa and Yemen Regional Hub

The Mixed Migration Centre’s East Africa and Yemen Regional Hub aims to provide quality information and analysis to improve decision-making for people on the move through East Africa and Yemen, as well as for host governments and humanitarian organisations who are involved in the response.

Quarterly Mixed Migration Updates - East Africa & Yemen

A quarterly update on new trends and dynamics related to mixed migration and relevant policy developments in the region.

Quarterly Mixed Migration Update East Africa, Quarter 4, 2019

This Quarterly Mixed Migration Update (QMMU) covers the East Africa and Yemen region (EAY). The core countries of focus for this region are Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Somalia, DR Congo, South Sudan and Yemen. Depending on the quarterly trends and migration-related updates, more attention may be given to any of the countries over...

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What we do

Our overall objective is to support agencies, institutions and forums in the Horn of Africa and Yemen sub-region to improve the management of protection and assistance response to people in mixed migration flows within and beyond the Horn of Africa and across the Gulf of Aden or Red Sea in Yemen.

The MMC East Africa and Yemen Regional Office reinforces data and information collection and sharing, research, analysis and aims to positively impact migration and refugee policies throughout the region. It aims to have a positive technical impact as the main actors working with refugees, asylum seekers and migrants will be better informed about mixed migration trends and policies.

We endeavour to provide:

  • Information and data management.
  • Synthesis, analysis and research.
  • Support to policy development and dialogue.
  • Support and coordination.