When walking through the streets of cities in West Africa, we easily notice that a large number of children are moving without any presence of their parents.
Drohobych, a cozy old town in Lviv Region, was the first to hold social cohesion activities in the framework of the EU-funded project «Supporting Recovery and Sustainable Solutions for Internally Displaced Persons and the Conflict-Affected Population in Ukraine».
From an original goal of 200 kebeles in Ethiopia, Community Conversation (CC) – a pilot community-based awareness-raising project – has now reached 519 kebeles, or 500,000 members, in Ethiopia over the past three years. The project aims to reach a wide range of areas known to be prone to for...
Mayors every day face challenges in welcoming men, women and children from every corner of the globe. They are leaders not only in putting new ideas into practice. They lead, too, by exhibiting patience and compassion as neighborhoods change and municipal budgets get pounded.
With the assistance of IOM, 384 stranded migrants have been able to return home during the past two weeks.
Clarissa Azkoul, IOM Deputy Chief of Cabinet at the international level, visited the country from June 12 to 16, 2017.
Armstrong (pictured above) is among them. He chose to return from Libya on an IOM Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) hartered flight, along with some 250 other stranded Nigerian migrants, in May.
As part of the Cross Border Peace and Cooperation (CBPC) Project funded by the European Union, IOM Sudan supported the production of mobile theatrical drama performances in six localities in South and East Darfur complementing other sustainable interventions implemented under the project.
Project in teaching documentary filmmaking which targets migrants, refugees, displaced populations and communities in Yemen. The project will conclude with two films produced by the trainees and will be displaced in the cinema of Magical City of Sana'a and online.
IOM Chile and the Manufacturing Promotion Society Sign an Important Collaboration and Cooperation Agreement
The world is facing unprecedented levels of human mobility. More persons than ever before live in a country other than the one where they were born. Within this context, the number of migrants is growing faster than the world population.