Facts and Figures
0.8 migrants/ 1,000 population
USD 12.6 million
Angola joined IOM as a Member State on 26 November 1991. The IOM country office in Angola falls under the purview of the IOM Regional Office for Southern Africa in Pretoria, South Africa.
- Migration initiatives
IOM Angola will continue engaging with the Government, migrants, civil society, the private sector and the media on a range of initiatives implemented towards ensuring migration management policies and practice that enable safe, orderly and regular migration to, from and within the country. These initiatives will include the following:
- Support the Government in the fight against trafficking in persons. IOM will support the Government in the implementation of action to protect victims of trafficking (VoTs), prosecute traffickers and prevent trafficking.
- Support the Government to address mixed migration flows by increasing its capacity to identify and assist vulnerable migrants.
- Support the Government in the operationalization of the migration policy.
- Promote the active engagement of the Angolan diaspora to sustainable development of the country.
For more information on IOM's activities in Angola, visit the regional website at http://ropretoria.iom.int/angola.
- Contact information
International Organization for Migration (IOM)