Young African Migrants Reroute their Dreams
When you are young, you dream big. Prospects abound and all seems possible.Enter
soy migrante es una campaña y una plataforma. Hemos creado un lugar para las historias personales de los refugiados y migrantes. Queremos cuestionar los estereotipos contra los migrantes y las expresiones de odio en la política y...
IOM Donates Medical Equipment to Al Salam Hospital
To strengthen government-run health facilities in the wake of the Mosul crisis, IOM Iraq donated medical equipment and supplies valued at approximately a half-million dollars to Al-Salam Teaching Hospital in east Mosul in November 2017.
An OpEd by Dr Joan Clos, Executive Dire
Libya is awash with tears for the tens of thousands of migrants from across Africa and beyond who have traveled there in search of a better life.
Thousands of African migrants facing rape, torture and extortion in Libyan detention centres are abandoning hopes of reaching Europe and instead queueing up to take charter flights back home under a scheme set up by the United Nations.
Wilson, a 25-year-old Honduran, had recently started his journey towards the United States. On the night of September 7, Wilson was staying in a shelter for migrants in Ixtepec in southern Mexico.
Johora, 60, came to the IOM-supported community clinic in Kutupalong, Ukhiya sub-district, with Shajeda, her 20-year-old daughter-in-law, who is in her eighth month of pregnancy and expecting her first child.
Hasina held her crying baby close as she explained that it was for him she had feared the most.