Migration, environment, disaster, and climate change data in the Eastern Caribbean, Regional Overview

The reports entitled “Migration, Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Data in the Eastern Caribbean” are based on a regional study assessing the national and regional data systems on migration, environment, disasters and climate change across the Eastern Caribbean. The set of reports includes one Regional Overview and six National Analyses, and are meant to assist the governments of the Eastern Caribbean in the governance of human mobility related to environmental change, through improved evidence and regional cooperation.


Best Practice:Rehabilitation of Migrant Reception Centers in Honduras

This initiative developed by IOM in Honduras rehabilitated the Migrant Reception Centers in response to the humanitarian crisis caused by the high migratory flows of Honduran migrants who returned to the country. The project team adapted and rehabilitated the centers to provide services according to the returned population needs (migrant families and unaccompanied migrant children).