Central America and Mexico Commit to Address Needs of Those Forced to Flee

MIRPS countries commit to continue advancing effective responses to forced displacement in Central America during their third annual meeting.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The seven countries that form part of the Comprehensive Regional Protection and Solutions Framework (MIRPS) for Central America and Mexico, a mechanism for solidarity and responsibility sharing, presented progress made to address the forced displacement crisis in their region and defined priorities for the year ahead during the group’s third annual meeting.

Facing a growing number of people forced to flee in Central America and Mexico, MIRPS countries – Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico and Panama – took stock of the current context and identified much needed policies at the national and regional levels . . .

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