Responding to migration and border management challenges

The United Nations in collaboration with the Royal Government of Bhutan organized a two-day Training of Trainers on Teaching Techniques, Immigration and Border Management and Cascading Training on Passport Examination Procedure.
This training aims to help improve policy, legislation, operational systems, human resources and administrative and technical structures required to respond more effectively to diverse migration and border management challenges.
This partnership between the UN and the Royal Government creates a precedent and establishes a direct link between migration and the socio-economic development of the country.

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