Learn about what SIANI did during 2019 to call attention to the value migration generates for our societies and how investing in rural development can support this work.
Read this impact story about how SIANI highlighted the linkages between agroforestry and migration.
The ongoing global pandemic may increase job insecurity and ruin rudimentary social welfare structures, amplifying the vulnerability of migrant workers.
Agricultural Research for Development Conference, Agri4D 2019. Zero Hunger By 2030: Our Shared Challenge! Drivers of change and sustainable food systems
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People migrate for many different reasons – by necessity, by choice or non-voluntary. In 2017, 258 million people globally migrated for different reasons, such as seeking job or education...
Experts from the Agroforestry Network outline the links between migration and agroforestry and offer policy advice to support migrants and rural households.
How can we work together to ensure orderly and safe migration?