The Migrants´s Path is a photo story sharing a small part of the daily life of migrants living in the so called “The New Jungle”, a migrant settlement that has sprouted seven kilometres from the port city of Calais, France.
Working Together to Support Trafficked Persons
A message from the Inter-Agency Coordination Group against Trafficking in Persons to mark the World Day against Trafficking in Persons 2015.
IOM's Message for World Day against Trafficking in Persons
IOM Director General William Lacy Swing's message for World Day against Trafficking in Persons.
Nepal: Building Back After The Earthquake
IOM’s early recovery efforts in Nepal have focusing on demolishing dozens of buildings and improving humanitarian access to villages leveled by the April 25, 2015 earthquake.
IOM: Responding to the Ebola crisis in West Africa
IOM, together with the Governments of, and the people of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, donors and partners, responds to the Ebola crisis.
What Do MIDA Participants Do All Day?
In this audio photo story report, Dr. Ahmed Omar Asker gives an insight into how MIDA Somalia participants spend their day.
IOM Iraq Shelter: Madina’s Story
More than 3 million Iraqis have fled their homes as a result of recent conflict. Through a contribution from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, IOM Iraq provided tents and caravans to shelter more than 45,000 of the most vulnerable displaced Iraqis. Listen as Madina tells the story of her family’s displacement, and explains how a caravan has brought comfort to their family.
IOM Iraq Livelihoods: Ni’aam's story
More than 3 million Iraqis have been displaced as a result of recent conflict. After losing access to income, many require training to regain their livelihoods. Ni'aam Shamo has been training as a tailor. She is one of the 450 displaced Iraqis whose livelihoods have been improved by IOM’s vocational training programme, funded by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Ghanaians Dream of a Better Life in Europe
Population dynamics in Ghana are changing rapidly, impacting its migration patterns. Increasing numbers of young Ghanaians are risking their lives journeying irregularly through the Sahara and across the Mediterranean in search of opportunities abroad. With many porous borders and the mandated free movement within the ECOWAS region, Ghana is now a country of origin, transit and destination for human trafficking and smuggling.
Keeping Travelers and Staff Safe at Lungi International Airport
Sierra Leone - The IOM Health and Humanitarian Border Management (HHBM) project began on 17 November 2014 to monitor the Exit and Entry Health Screening (EEHS) SOP at Lungi International Airport (FNA).
To Build a Bridge
IOM works towards the development of European Network of Community Health Mediators within the framework of the EQUI HEALTH project (http://equi-health.eea.iom.int/). Health mediators are often the only link between excluded Roma communities and the health system in a number of EU countries. This film presenting the activities of Roma Health Mediators in Bulgaria, Belgium and France has been filmed in 2014 within the framework of the Regional Intervention on “Health Mediation and the Roma”, part of the IOM EQUI HEALTH project.
Environmental Change, Natural Disasters and Human Mobility in Haiti
Environmental Change, Natural Disasters and Human Mobility in Haiti captures some of the environmental challenges that Haiti is facing. The film was produced during field work carried out by an IOM Haiti survey team, as they conducted a household survey for the MECLEP project.