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reintegration

 [re″in-tĕ-gra´shun]
1. biological integration.
2. the restoration of harmonious mental function after disintegration of the personality in mental illness.

re·in·te·gra·tion

(rē'in-tĕ-grā'shŭn),
In the mental health care professions, the return to well-adjusted functioning following disturbances due to mental illness.

reintegration

/re·in·te·gra·tion/ (-in-tĕ-gra´shun)
1. biological integration after a state of disruption.
2. restoration of harmonious mental function after disintegration of the personality in mental illness.

re·in·te·gra·tion

(rē-in'tĕ-grā'shŭn)
In the mental health professions, the return to well-adjusted functioning following disturbances due to mental illness.
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Plans for reintegration into the community begin before the survivor leaves the ETU, with a goal of helping the family and home community accept the survivor's return.
This strategy, implemented also in partnership with employers' body CGEM, National agency for job and competence promotion (ANAPEC), the Attawfiq association for microfinance and the Moroccan association for textile industries, enables to raise the number of beneficiaries of preparation services for reintegration within prisons to 9,743 in 2013 against 479 in 2006.
Offenders are required to sign a contract for participation in a reintegration center and peer accountability, because the integrity of the center is an important concept.
Under the Peso 2 billion OFW National Reintegration Programme, OFWs are provided loans that they can use as seed money to start up their own business.
2) As a result, the International Crisis Group emphasises the need for an improved economic reintegration programme as an important step towards peace in Colombia (ICG 2010, iii).
However, in practice, social reintegration often becomes marginalized by relatively higher emphasis on elements of economic reintegration such as vocational and skill development trainings and entrepreneurship development supports to ex-combatants.
DOLE likewise provided legal assistance to 4,829 OFWs while354 OFWs were given reintegration assistance in the form of small and medium enterprise establishment in partnership with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), and 384 were granted educational assistance through the Commission on Higher Education, Department of Education and the Department of Budget and Management.
The reintegration of returnees is the process through which migrants resettle themselves into the social and economic structure of the countries of their origin.
Coming to this year's proposed theme for Pakistan; 'Reintegration of Returnee Migrants' various dignitaries from Government and International organizations shared their experiences and way forward for reintegration of migrant workers.
The economic and social reintegration of Tunisian migrants who are considering voluntarily returning to the country is part of the project to support Tunisian institutions on migration and mobility issues "Lemma" project," Ingrid Normand, Regional Director of Immigration, Return and Reintegration told TAP.
For the first time, the focus was on providing psychological support to convicted persons and preparing them for reintegration into society upon release.
Timbayan underscored the initiatives of Philippine government in raising the awareness of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) on its reintegration programmes.