The Government of Ghana had repeatedly called for more ownership in the migration management cycle, especially when it comes to returns from Europe. The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) signalled a need for strengthening the capacities of the national administration to assist returnees arriving at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra.
With this in mind, Germany put forward a proposal to work on ERRIN Gov2Gov project in Ghana. The first phase of the project aims at enhancing skills and knowledge of GIS officials, with a special focus on the reception of returnees right upon their arrival in Ghana. The overall objective is to increase the Ghanaian Administration’s ownership in coordination of reception of returnees, as well as the reintegration services offered to returning migrants.
Take a look at the project info sheet to learn more.