The news last month that Kenya would be closing the world’s largest refugee camp, Dadaab, and repatriating its 350,000 residents by November prompted two reactions – complete shock or dismissal.
Congolese women refugees are creating a vibrant bitenge market in Uganda and give back to their new homeland.
An increasing number of wealthy Brazilians are leaving their country for places that offer their families better opportunities.
Helping communities to become active participants in the global effort to reduce poverty and inequality.
In 2011, there were over 237,000 Nepali women working outside of Nepal, about 12 percent of the total number of the 2.2 million Nepali migrants.