Dr Kanayo Nwanze
The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), disclosed in a report published on Monday in Rome, that the Europe’s 50-million-strong migrant population sent home 110 billion dollars in 2014.
IFAD said that a report from the UN’s rural development bank indicated that the top five senders of so-called migrant remittances were Russia, Britain, German, France and Italy.
It added that the top five beneficiaries were Nigeria, China, Morocco, India and Uzbekistan.
It said that the funds constituted a critical lifeline for millions of individual households, helping families raise their living standards above subsistence and vulnerability levels.
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Source:: PM Newspaper