Migration and Displacement Country Profiles

September 14, 2023

The Migration and Displacement Country Profiles serve as a centralized resource, compiling the most up-to-date and crucial data concerning “children on the move.” These profiles include statistics on international migrant children, refugee children, and internally displaced children, with insights into educational backgrounds and primary migration pathways. Furthermore, they provide pertinent national-level data spanning demographics, education, labor markets, and economics, offering valuable context regarding the circumstances faced by children. The profiles allow experts, practitioners and policymakers to gain a comprehensive overview of the present conditions, trends and projections across all countries.

These MDCPs represent a component of UNICEF’s commitment to advancing the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration, particularly in pursuit of Objective 1: the collection and utilization of precise, disaggregated data as the foundation for evidence-based policymaking. Moreover, these profiles are aligned with UNICEF’s broader efforts in support of data and evidence within the Global Compact on Refugees.

For users seeking specific insights related to initiatives like Prospects, Blueprint, No Lost Generation, or the IDP Action Agenda, the profiles can be conveniently accessed via dedicated tabs below.

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