About SAMP

One of the critical challenges facing Africa is how to harness the potential of internal and international migration in the interests of development. The Southern African Migration Programme (SAMP) is an international network of organizations founded in 1996 to promote awareness of migration-development linkages in SADC. SAMP conducts applied research on migration and development issues, provides policy advice and expertise, offers training in migration policy and management, and conducts public education campaigns on migration-related issues.

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newSoft Targets: Xenophobia, Public Violence and Changing Attitudes to Migrants in South Africa after May 2008 newDystopia and Disengagement: Diaspora Attitudes Towards South Africa newHeading North: The Zimbabwean diaspora in Canada
     
SAMP 61 Zimbabwe's Exodus:  Crisis, Migration, Survival Surviving on the Move: Migration, Poverty and Development in Southern Africa
Unfriendly Neighbours: Contemporary Migration from Zimbabwe to Botswana

Zimbabwe’s Exodus:
Crisis, Migration, Survival

Surviving on the Move:
Migration, Poverty and
Development in Southern Africa

Contact Information

Southern African Migration Programme - Canada
152 Albert Street
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6
Canada
Fax: + 613 533-2171
samp@queensu.ca

Southern African Migration Programme - Southern Africa
6 Spin Street
Church Square
Cape Town
tel: +27 (0) 21 461-2559
fax: +27 (0) 21 461-2589

Photographs: Peter MacKenzie

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