Getting More Aid to the Displaced in South Sudan

The UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) has stepped in to help IOM and its humanitarian partners in the Camp Coordination Camp Management Cluster to expand the Malakal site.

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Returnees from Syria Face Dire Living Conditions

Lebanese families returning home from Syria face the same difficulties as Syrian refugees in finding housing, food and jobs.

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Let's change the narrative on migration

“A development agenda without migration would be out of step with our times.” – IOM Director General William Lacy Swing in an exclusive interview with Devex on the sidelines of the recent Global Diaspora and Development Forum in Dublin, Ireland

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Completion of Ebola Treatment Unit in Liberia

The first of three planned IOM-managed Ebola Treatment Units (ETU) in Liberia was constructed by the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), with the support and oversight of the US Department of Defense. It will be run by 24 internationally recruited IOM health professionals.

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“Stories of Return”

IOM Norway continues to help migrants return to their country of origin. Read some of the migrants’ stories of going back to their countries.  

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Typhoon Haiyan: One Year After

A year later, IOM is highlighting the need for better preparedness and response systems to avert future tragedies in the Philippines and elsewhere.

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IOM’s new global social media campaign #MigrationMeans continues

What does migration mean to you? Contribute your own stories and participate in a global dialogue on migration!

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Haiyan: Shelter A Year On

This is a look back on the journey that the IOM Shelter Programme has started with its beneficiaries. A journey filled with stories of hope, resilience, and empowerment.

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