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Creating Resilience through Better Social Protection, Livelihood and Employment Opportunities for Affected Communities
Unplanned and disorderly migration is possible wherever climate change or social instability threatens the livelihoods of vulnerable groups, and exploitation and trafficking more likely to arise wherever such upheavals occur. Disorderly migration not only creates vulnerabilities in the migrant group, but causes uncertainty and loss of livelihood and protections to those left behind. Our work in regulating migration addresses these phenomena by increasing the resilience of communities, by educating and raising awareness of the risks and costs of irregular migration.
In order to promote resilience and ensure social protection of the affected communities, the IOM works to: