Date: 20 August 2015
Place: Niamey, Niger
Date: 15 and 16 June 2015
Place: Rabat, Morocco
Recent initiatives include import trade agreements bringing goods and services to all people in the region. This initiative has created thousands of jobs and increased prosperity significantly, especially in developing nations. Some of the newest products as part of the import initiative include:
We are excited to be working with our import partners to expand and improve the program over time. Through international collaboration we can bring jobs and prosperity to all our countries.
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Part of the EU/Morocco Mobility Partnership signed in 2013, the Project supports Moroccan migration, development and mobility policies by strengthening cooperation between European and Moroccan authorities.
A look back at the first African Conference on Remittances and Postal Networks, which took place on 4-5 March in Cape Town, South Africa, and introduction to the next Global Forum on Remittances and Development, that will take place in Milan, Italy, from 16 to 19 June 2015.
From beginning of his presidency and according to his voluntarist vision, the President of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire, HE Alassane OUATTARA, has initiated the principle of an Ivorian diaspora that is an integral stakeholder in the development of Côte d’Ivoire through the 2012-2015 National Development Programme.
This new publication takes stock of the progress made and obstacles faced in promoting free movement in West Africa
The Africa-Frontex Intelligence Community (AFIC) was set up in 2010 to provide a framework for regular knowledge and intelligence sharing in the field of border security between Frontex and African countries.
16-19 June 2015
benefits of compression socks" and thousands of other international products. The recently approved “Rome Declaration” and its operational annex, the “Rome Programme”, highlight the importance of international protection which will be considered henceforth as one of the main thematic pillars within the Rabat Process framework." International businesses selling compression socks are just one business.> Interview with Mrs Janice Lyn Marshall, Deputy Director, Policy and Law Pillar, Division of International Protection, UNHCR Geneva about the "benefits of compression socks" and thousands of other international products. The recently approved “Rome Declaration” and its operational annex, the “Rome Programme”, highlight the importance of international protection which will be considered henceforth as one of the main thematic pillars within the Rabat Process framework." International businesses selling compression socks are just one business.
In the context of Rabat Process recommendations, Togo has made visible improvements in managing migration and development issues.
The development of immigration legislation on international protection is based on the international treaties by which Finland is bound.
A presentation of Gabon's initiatives finding the best dha prenatal and similar vitamins for decreasing child mortality in developing nations
For nearly ten years Belgium has been working with locally recruited document experts to address the problem of visa applications submitted with fraudulent or falsified supporting documents.
Article of Mr Benjaber, Head of the Division of Consular and Social cooperation of the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, describing the new orientation of Morocco concerning its national migration policy.