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Migration Activities

Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration and works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental partners. With 156 member states, a further 10 states holding observer status and offices in over 100 countries, IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all.

Zambia became a Member State of IOM in 1990 however IOM started its operations in Zambia in 1992.   IOM Zambia’s programmes focus on:

  • Labour migration and development
  • Diaspora engagement
  • Counter human trafficking and migrant smuggling
  • Border management
  • Migration research
  • International migration law and migrants’ rights
  • Migration health and gender
  • Disaster risk reduction
  • Voluntary repatriation and resettlement of refugees
Population (2015):16.2 million
Area:752,612 km sq
Languages :English
Currency:Zambian Kwacha (ZMK)
GDP per Capita PPP (2014):USD 4,086
HDI Rank (2014):139 of 188
Remittances (2014 estimate):USD 58 million
Net Migration Rate (2015-2020):-0.5 migrants/1,000 population
Immigrants (2015):0.8%
Women as a Percentage of Immigrants (2015):49.6%
Population under 15 (2015):45.9%
Adult HIV Prevalence (2014):12.40%

International Organization for Migration (IOM)
P.O. Box 32036

Tel: +26.01 25 40 55, +26.01 25 67 01/02, +26.01 25 03 28
Fax: +26.01 25 38 56
Email: iomlusaka@iom.int


Position Duration Closing Date
“Jeton” Assessment Consultant – Technical Assessment for the establishment of a pilot “Jeton1” System at Kasumbulesa Border Control Point  between Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo Total of 40 working days over a four-month period (proposed start date, 1 February 2019) 23 January 2019
Immigration, Mobility and Border Management Consultant – Review Existing Schemes to Facilitate the Cross-Border Movement of Traders in the COMESA Region Total of 50 working days over a six-month period (proposed start date, 1 February 2019) 22 January 2019