The 2011 devastating floods in Cambodia affected the lives of more than 1.6 million people. IOM helped affected families by distributing essential non-food relief items and emergency shelter kits which include plastic tarpaulin, plastic ground sheets, ropes, tent poles and clay ovens.
World AIDS Day 2011
IOM promotes equitable access to HIV prevention, care and support for people on the move.
Migration and HIV in Tanzania
A series of documentary films that focus on the HIV vulnerabilities of four mobile populations in Tanzania: fishermen, seafarers, truck drivers and uniformed border staff.
The Lizard's Tail
Stories on disaster risk from indigenous communities of Ratanakiri, Cambodia.
IOM Helps Restore a Ravaged Forest
Much of Haiti has been devastated by deforestation, as poor, hungry people eke out a living. This includes Haut Barrette, a locality of Vialet in Petit-Goâve situated 12 to 13 kilometers west of the city center.
The Sky's the Limit: 60 Years of Assisting Refugees and Migrants
Fear, bewilderment, anxiety, fatigue and sadness but also a deep sense of joy, peace and relief. These are just some of the emotions that overwhelm refugees as they reach the country they now call home.
What Lies Behind the Things We Buy?
A TV spot that is part of IOM's new information campaign that targets the demand side of human trafficking for labour exploitation. The Saatchi designed campaign is a break from the more traditional counter-trafficking response which in the past has largely focused on prevention work in trafficking source countries.
A Better Life than Me: Migrants' Stories from Southern Africa
Men and women from Southern Africa share their life stories, highlighting the issues and consequences of labour migration.
Protecting Women and Girls in Camps from Sexual Violence and Abuse
IOM helps victims of sexual violence and abuse in displacement camps in Haiti.
The Trech's Nest
A short documentary that shows how indigenous communities in Cambodia perceive the threats to their traditional way of life.
Resettlement of Bhutanese Refugees in Nepal
IOM together with the Government of Nepal, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and numerous implementing partners helps organizes all post-selection activities related to the resettlement of Bhutanese refugees from Nepal to the eight countries of resettlement.
Safe Migration, Happy Family
An informational video on how migrants can prevent HIV and how families and communities can cope.