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  • 17-February-2017

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    What is being evaluated? Sharing member evaluation plans

    The evaluation plan inventory is based on plans provided to the secretariat by members and will help members, when planning evaluations, to take into account what others are doing, and consider collaborative or joint work.

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  • 15-February-2017

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    Media Advisory: Launch of the Interrelations between Public Policies, Migration and Development report

    The OECD Development Centre launched its report on Interrelations between Public Policies, Migration and Development (IPPMD) on the sidelines of the 15th Coordination Meeting on International Migration at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City on Friday 17 February.

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  • 13-February-2017

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    Youth Inclusion Project - Daniel Cojocari

    Here is the story of Daniel Cojocari, 23, from a village 40km from Chisinau, Moldova : "My name is Daniel. My mother is a housewife and lives in a village near Chisinau. My father works in the construction industry in France, and I have one brother. I am an undergraduate student in information technology and kinetics and I also have a job."

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  • 13-February-2017

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    Youth Inclusion Project - Gnassounou Mokpokpo Espé

    Here is the story of Gnassounou Mokpokpo Espé : "I was born in Lomé and I always lived here. My mother is a tailor and my father is a translator and a pastor. I have a degree in media studies and also started an undergraduate programme in sociology which I never finished."

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  • 13-February-2017

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    Youth Inclusion Project - Thi Diem Hang Tran

    Here is the story of Thi Diem Hang Tran, 19, from Can Tho City, Viet Nam : "I was born in the city of Bonr, in Dong Thap Province, but I have been living in Can Tho city for two years now with my older brother. My parents still live in Dong Thap where they are rice farmers and cultivate Longan fruits. I don't think getting married before 20 is a good thing. As for me, I would prefer to get married around 25-27."

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  • 9-February-2017

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    IPPMD flyer NY launch

    The OECD Development Centre and the European Commission are pleased to invite you to the side event: Making the most of migration in developing countries: What role for public policies?

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  • 30-January-2017

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    Migration and development Brochure

    The work of the Development Centre explores the social and economic impacts of migration on migrants as well as on countries of origin and destination. With 244 million individuals living outside their country of birth, international migrants represent 3% of the world’s population. Emigrants contribute to the development of their home countries by sending remittances, investing, and transferring knowledge and ideas.

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  • 27-January-2017

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    Youth Inclusion Project - Yao Koumedzro

    Here is the story of Yao Koumedzro, 31, from Kpalimé, Togo : "I am a graphic designer of books, poster adverts and magazines. I am also in charge of PROJAD, the Youth in Action for Development Program. The program provides at-risk youth – the very poor or drug addicted – with jobs, health services and educational support."

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  • 27-January-2017

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    Youth Inclusion Project - My Nhan Ngo

    Here is the story of My Nhan Ngo, 27, from Can Tho, Viet nam : "I grew up in the countryside, in Bac Lieu, where my parents are rice farmers. I moved to Can Tho, --about 150 kilometres away – when I was 18 so that I could finish my studies. After high school, I participated in a 2-year professional college diploma programme in accounting and then waitressed for two years at a local restaurant.

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  • 26-January-2017

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    Youth Inclusion Project - Inga Spînu

    Here is the story of Inga Spînu, 35, from Moldova : ‌"I consider myself very lucky to be able to manage both a career and motherhood. The only way I can do it is with family support. My husband and I have a two-year-old son, and since June 2016 I have been working full-time at an institute for justice. I grew up in a small village 75 km away from Chisinau".

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