ABOUT GOOD PRACTICES

Good Practices are knowledge and experiences that in their processes or methodologies have proven to work well and produce good results, so they can be a reference or model for new initiatives. Seeking to improve knowledge management, IOM recognizes the importance of documenting the good practices that are generated during the implementation of its projects.

Results

This document produced by the Regional Office for Central America, North America and the Caribbean, provides references on Information Hubs on migration, which are information centers that provide direct and clear advice, contributing to better management of migration, protection of migrants and…

Migration Informations Hubs

Thematic Area: Migrant protection and assistance, Migration Data
Language: Spanish
Year:
2019

This document presents some reintegration practices promoted by IOM in El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala from 2015 to 2019.

Good reintegration practices in the countries of North Centr…

Thematic Area: Migrant protection and assistance, Labor mobility and human development
Language: Spanish
Year:
2019

This document presents how IOM Mexico implemented a cash-based intervention through the delivery of cards called Electronic Wallets. This intervention brought humanitarian assistance during the Venezuelan refugee crisis with the intention of reducing the vulnerability and improving the conditions…

Electronic Wallet

Thematic Area: Operations and emergencies
Language: Spanish, English
Year:
2019

This experience highlights an initiative carried out by IOM Guyana, which consisted of enhancing the knowledge of 200 farmers in order to establish small vegetable and poultry farms, contributing to a community initiative for the school nutrition program in the communities

Empowering Indigenous Communities for Sustainable Livehood

Thematic Area: Labor mobility and human development
Language: Spanish
Year:
2020

From January to December 2021, 63,808 people returned to Guatemala, of which 7,840 were unaccompanied children and adolescents.

"Pepita" Dissemination of psychoeducational messag…

Thematic Area: Migrant protection and assistance
Language: English, Spanish
Year: