IOM continue to help displaced Afghan families

Military operations in Pakistan’s North Waziristan have displaced thousands of families living along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.

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IOM’s early recovery shelter programme in Pakistan continues to support vulnerable households in flood‐affected areas of Sindh to rebuild safer shelters, with 15,390 One Room Shelters currently under construction in Jacobabad, Shikarpur and Qambar Shahdadkot districts.

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Displaced People in Bangui Sites “Most Vulnerable”

IOM’s sixth return intention survey of internally displaced people (IDPs) indicates a continuing decrease in the number of people intending to return home and a continuing struggle to meet daily needs.

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IOM Supports New El Salvador Information Campaign

With the slogan “No pongas en riesgo sus vidas” (Don’t Put Their Lives at Risk), the Government of El Salvador this week launched a new information campaign to warn parents of the risks faced by unaccompanied children migrating to the United States.

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As of date, 68,720 health consultations have been provided and 43,431 households received shelter and non-food item assistance since January 2014 through IOM's front line response to the South Sudan crisis.  Over 1.1 million people remain internally displaced across the country and over 399,000 people have fled the violence to neighbouring countries.

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IOM’s new global social media campaign #MigrationMeans continues

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A film that tells the stories of Filipino and Georgian migrants that benefited from the Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration support from the International Organization for Migration.

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