Migration and Health Report; Publication for Action

By

Janet Kaplan

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May 4, 2020


This publication is dedicated to binational research regarding the effects of migration on the health of Mexican and Central American migrants. The edition is co-produced by the National Population Council of the Secretariat of the Interior of Mexico, and the Health Initiative of the Americas, a program of the School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley. “We hope that this Publication to Action will continue to fuel the conversation among key stakeholders in how to safeguard the health and dignity of these vulnerable individuals through changes in policies, procedures, and binational approaches.”

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> Learn more at The Health Initiative of the Americas (HIA)

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