Covid-19 and Migration Update – Middle East and North Africa

The Covid-19 pandemic continues to have a profound impact on the regional dynamics of migration and mobility, with profound health, social and economic consequences for the most vulnerable, including migrants, displaced populations and their communities. reception, and returnees.

This update covers a period of 4 months: January – April 2020

 

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