Planting Seeds for a Safer Future
IOM is planting vetiver grass all over the Rohingya refugee camp to mitigate the risk of landslides.Enter
It is time to listen to the stories of internally displaced persons. Learn more about this campaign at holding-on.iom.int
Internal displacement is a way of life in South Sudan. Millions of southern Sudanese endured decades of civil war from 1955–1972 and again from 1983–2005, fleeing to neighbouring countries or displaced in their own country as internally displaced persons (IDPs).
Djibouti – An important seaport country in the Horn of Africa occupied by less than a million people, Djibouti is at the crossroads of one of the most transited and increasingly dangerous migration routes in the world.
Addis Ababa – Climate change combined with conflict has resulted in a significant increase in the number of internally displaced people (IDPs) in Ethiopia in recent years.
When Deputy Principal Rose was in school, there was about a week of each month, which she dreaded.
Rim is an eight-year-old patient from Lebanon. She was admitted to Al Sahel Hospital, Beirut in early 2018. By then she was in critical condition.
At the Valletta Summit on Migration in November 2015, European and African Heads of State and Government recognised the need to address the challenges and opportunities of migration in Africa.