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High-Level session jointly organized by IOM-Pretoria , the Swiss and Mexican Embassies in Pretoria, on dispelling misperceptions around the Global Compact Migration, w/ special guest Amb. of Switzerland to NY & co-facilitator of the #GCM Amb. Jurg Lauber.

UN Migration Agency Officially Hands Over Refurbished Children’s Home in Zimbabwe.

Lily Sanya, IOM Chief of Mission, and Professor Paul Mapfumo, Acting Vice Chancellor of the University of Zimbabwe, signing the Cooperation Agreement, as IOM and University of Zimbabwe Partner in Diaspora Skills Transfer Initiative

IOM Zimbabwe Supports Government Efforts to Improve Livelihoods Through Financial Literacy

Harare – Remittance payments from Zimbabweans toiling outside their country arrive here at a rate of about USD 2 million per day. That’s more than pocket change for a people who have suffered economic hardship through recent decades. However, besides cash coming home, many of the recipients of these funds need something more: life lessons on how to best leverage that support for their households.

IOM Zimbabwe Supports Government Efforts to Improve Livelihoods Through Financial Literacy

During his #StateOfTheNation address on 5 Nov, #Botswana President HE Mokgweetsi Masisi thanked #IOM and its partners for the ongoing technical support to the country in the fields of welfare, education, health and skills training for refugees

IOM-trained "prestataires" (service providers) from #DRCongo 's Ministry of Health, run the #Ebola Response Points of Control (PoCs) and Points of Entry (PoEs) in North Kivu and Ituri

IOM-DRCongo staffs in Goma, North Kivu, compile data gathered daily at each #Ebola Response Point of Entry (PoE) and Point of Control (PoC)

An IOM-trained "prestataire" (service provider) from DRCongo's Ministry of Health takes a traveller's temperature at an #Ebola Response Point of Entry (PoE) in Goma, North Kivu.

IOM Zimbabwe Supports Government Efforts to Improve Livelihoods Through Financial Literacy

12 November 2018

IOM Zimbabwe Supports Government Efforts to Improve Livelihoods Through Financial Literacy

Harare – Remittance payments from Zimbabweans toiling outside their country arrive here at a rate of about USD 2 million per day. That’s more than pocket change for a people who have suffered economic hardship through recent decades. However, besides cash coming home, many of the recipients of these funds need something more: life lessons on how to best leverage that support for their households.

IOM Zimbabwe Supports Government Efforts to Improve Livelihoods Through Financial Literacy

Posted on November 12th 2018

Harare – Remittance payments from Zimbabweans toiling outside their country arrive here at a rate of about USD 2 million per day. That’s more than pocket change for a people who have suffered economic hardship through recent decades. However, besides cash coming home, many of the recipients of these funds need something more: life lessons on how to best leverage that support for their households.    

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