As the curtains fall on a one-year USD 10 million project designed to provide protection and emergency assistance to families fleeing war-torn Yemen, a delegation from the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief) visited project sites in Mogadishu and Kismayo.
Through the Emergency and Post-Crisis unit, IOM provided targeted small-scale livelihood assistance for refugees and host communities in Dollo Ado, Somali Region. Located in the south-east part of Ethiopia, Dollo Ado, Melkadida and Bokolmayo refugee camps in Somali is among the least developed regions with limited access to infrastructure, basic services and security.
Families fleeing war-torn Yemen are receiving protection and emergency assistance through a USD 10 million project funded by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief).
Over 10,000 asylum seekers have now been relocated from Greece to other European Union (EU) and Associated States since the start of the EU relocation programme according to IOM, which is implementing the scheme.
The first in a series of six trainings on counter-trafficking, smuggling, and human rights of migrants, returnees, and refugees.
The ferocity of crises worldwide is forcing a record number of people to flee their homes, seeking some form of safety within their own country or across international borders.
This photo story report documents a monitoring and evaluation mission to Kismayo, Somalia in November 2016, led by Dr. Chiaki Ito, the head of IOM Somalia’s Preparedness and Response Division (PRD) and Migration Health Division (MHD).
This photo story report documents a monitoring and evaluation field visit from Saturday 05 November to Tuesday 08 November 2016, by a delegation from Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief) to IOM and UNHCR project sites in Somalia.
Turkey is home to one of the largest refugee populations in the world with over 2.5 million.
In 2016, IOM provided cash assistance to over 6,000 vulnerable internally displaced persons (IDPs) in 13 regions of Ukraine within the project, funded by the Government of Germany.