Finding Shelter Together
South Sudanese refugees' shelter building in Ethiopia.Enter
República Democrática del Congo - El Director General de la Organización Internacional para las Migraciones (OIM) William Lacy Swing ha aprobado la entrega de 100.000 dólares del...
soy migrante es una campaña y una plataforma. Hemos creado un lugar para las historias personales de los refugiados y migrantes. Queremos cuestionar los estereotipos contra los migrantes y las expresiones de odio en la política y...
Nigerians stuck in Libya return home with a song
More than 150 Nigerians, some of them in tears, broke out in song as they flew back home, after months stuck in Libya waiting to try to get to Europe.
IOM has joined the WHO, The Global Fund (for AIDS, TB and Malaria), the Roll Back Malaria Partnership and other partners on World Malaria Day (25 April) to call for renewed efforts to prevent and eliminate the disease, which continues to kill over 400,000 people every year.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is supporting Paraguay to achieve World Health Organization (WHO) certification as a malaria free country.
High fever, nausea, alternating chills and sweats – these are just a few of the symptoms of malaria, which is deadly for thousands of South Sudanese each year without access to simple lifesaving treatment.