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The ILO-AU-IOM-UNECA Joint Programme on Labour Migration Governance for Development and Integration in Africa (JLMP) hands Over Comprehensive Labour Migration Policy to Cameroon

A total of four (04) Honorable Ministers and 86 High-Level experts converged in Yaounde, Cameroon on 29 September for a Restitution Meeting to hand over a Labour Migration Policy, marking a significant step in advancing the rights-based, legal, safe, and dignified labour migration governance in the country.

Communiqué de presse | 9 octobre 2023
The African Union - International Labour Organization - International Organization for Migration - United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) Joint Programme on Labour Migration Governance for Development and Integration in Africa (JLMP) officially handed over the comprehensive policy document to the Cameroon’s Minister of Labour and Social Security, Hon. Grégoire Owona.
Representing the Head of the Labour, Employment, and Migration Division at the AUC, Mr. Sabelo Mbokazi, Ms. Odette Sarr Bolly, emphasized the necessity for all stakeholders in labour migration to thoroughly examine the evolving dynamics in migration. "This understanding is crucial for enhancing its governance effectively across the continent," she said.
Mr. Madai Boukar Ali, representing the International Labour Organization (ILO) office in Cameroun, emphasized the importance of Member States establishing mechanisms that promote dignified labor mobility. He noted, "Effective labour migration governance goes beyond safeguarding individual rights; it also entails the establishment of systems that ensure secure, well-organized, and equitable labor mobility." (https://au.int/es/node/43198)