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Migration may be triggered by one or more factors including economic issues such as relative economic stagnation or decline, environmental fluctuations that would include climate change and negative changes in weather conditions, political volatility, and social concerns for example, conflicts and other forms of social instability.

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International Food Policy Research Institute

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