The IOM Reintegration Unit in Niger met for a week of retreat, from 2 to 5 October in Niamey. It has presented the new approaches to assisting the sustainable reintegration of migrants in their region of return, to take into account its three key dimensions: economic, social and psychosocial reintegration.
During the week, various technical and support units intervened to strengthen our practical knowledge and improve the coordination of our efforts in the interest of the beneficiaries. Key points addressed include identifying people with specific needs, such as victims of trafficking, training in interview techniques, improving the quality of reintegration plans and development opportunities. partnerships.
The meeting of reintegration officers working in different regions of Niger was an opportunity to share good practices and explore ideas for innovative reintegration projects, adapted to each context and involving more local communities.
After this week rich in learning and conviviality, the agents of the reintegration are preparing to return to their respective region, better equipped and with a strengthened motivation!
The IOM Program for Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) is supported by the European Union in Niger under the Migrant Resource and Response Mechanism (MRRM).