IWMI Working Paper 195:
Between a rock and a hard place: early experience of migration challenges under the Covid-19 pandemic.
This working paper was produced under the European Union Horizon 2020 funded AGRUMIG project and traces the impact of Covid-19 on migration trends in seven project countries – China, Ethiopia, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Morocco, Nepal and Thailand.
Unprecedented levels of migration in today’s globalized economy are dramatically reshaping social, economic and political landscapes in sending and receiving countries.
AGRUMIG Policy Brief Series – No. 2.
Migration, particularly labor migration, is a complex social phenomenon with many facets. These include regular and irregular migration patterns, international and internal migration pathways, and short- and long-term movements.
UCA-MSRI Research Paper No. 7:
Rural Migration in Kyrgyzstan: Drivers, Impact and Governance
The development of Kyrgyzstan reveals two important trends: declining agricultural production and a steady increase of remittances from labor migration. These trends suggest a transformative effect of migration, negating an overly simplistic investment effect of financial remittances on long standing livelihood activities.
CAP Paper No. 247:
Migration and COVID-19: Challenges and Policy Responses in Kyrgyzstan
Migration is a part of everyday life for hundreds of thousands of Kyrgyzstan’s citizens. People move internally from rural areas to Bishkek and Osh for long-term employment or temporary work, and many go to Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkey, and other countries.
Animated Video: Impact of Migration on Rural Development in Kyrgyzstan
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