Central and South America join forces to combat human trafficking in the region
Regional Director Conducts First Official Visit to Comoros
Between 27 and 30 May, the IOM Regional Director for Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean Region, based in Pretoria – South Africa, Mr Charles Kwenin conducted his first official visit to the Union of Comoros.
Présentation des lettres de créances du Chef de Mission
Le 7 Septembre 2017, le Chef de Mission de l’OIM au Cameroun Dr. Boubacar Seybou a présenté ses lettres de créances auprès du Ministre des Relations extérieures, Lejeune Mbella Mbella.
Establishment of 5 mobile teams for identification of vulenrable categories including victims of human trafficking
Health of migrants is priority for IOM medical teams in the transit reception centres
Protection of health rights and needs of migrants in the transit reception centres (TRC) is one of the highest priority for IOM Mission in the country.
Workshop on prevention and countering of violent extremism
UN-CERF / IOM Uganda Project Evacuates 456 Stranded Congolese Asylum Seekers
As tens of thousands of Congolese have been fleeing into Uganda to escape ethnic clashes and human rights abuses since late 2017, at least 2,500 landed at remote fishing villages on the shores of Lake Albert....
World Premieres Make Classical Music History in Vienna, Give Voice to Migration Stories
The “Voices of Migration” concert, the first ever musical event of its kind to be held at the United Nations, took place in the Rotunda of United Nations Vienna International Centre on 28th June,...
IOM Brings Up The Situation of Conflict-Affected People in Ukraine with the Regional Director's Visit
The conflict in the east of Ukraine has escalated in May, causing destruction and victims among both military and civilians, and aggravating the suffering of conflict-affected people...
Sewing A Life
Nour’s family fled Iraq in 1994 thinking they were leaving their home country for good. 23 years later, they were back in Iraq and changing the lives of other refugee and displaced women through a sewing business in Erbil.