Finding Shelter Together
South Sudanese refugees' shelter building in Ethiopia.Enter
Nigerians stuck in Libya return home with a song
More than 150 Nigerians, some of them in tears, broke out in song as they flew back home, after months stuck in Libya waiting to try to get to Europe.
Chissey Mueller, Migrant Assistance and Protection Officer with IOM, the UN Migration Agency in Yemen, talks to us about child protection in Yemen in a Q&A.
Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is prevalent in all the complex emergencies and natural disasters where IOM works. It is one of the most widespread but least-recognized human rights abuses in the world, affecting individuals and communities everywhere.
Day after day, I continue to be struck by the dignity and positivity of people, and their ability to cope, in what is often the direst of circumstances – most recently in Libya, Yemen, Iraq and Nigeria.