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This project was designed to address the practical challenges and structural limitations that both EU MS and countries of origin face in return and reintegration of migrants vulnerable to exploitation, including trafficking in human beings.

Specially, the project strives to improve standards of care for vulnerable migrants returning to Nigeria. It does so by 1) strengthening the reintegration governance framework by operationalising the existing network structure of Nigeria and EU stakeholders, 2) supporting the organisation of multi-stakeholders meeting and 2) developing capacity building activities.

  • ICMPD Anti-Trafficking Programme
  • Idia Renaissance
  • Development of a training curriculum for improving knowledge and skills among counsellors and case managers on specific needs of vulnerable returnees
  • Organisation of three training activities on counselling, needs and risk assessment, psychotrauma healing and mental health for case managers and counsellors