Will the COVID-19 pandemic prompt action on remittances?

Cox Bazar, Bangladesh. Photo: Abdullah Al Mashrif/IOM 2020
Remittances have undoubtedly augmented the ability of migrants’ households to finance their cost of living and access basic necessities. Consumption spending based on remittances has contributed to economic growth in some countries. Photo: IOM/Angelo Jacinto 2008
Migrants sent around 544$ billon in remittances last year. Photo IOM/Sudipto Das 2011
Opening of the United Nations General Assembly’s Seventy-fifth session. Photo: UN/2020

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