Press Release

UNHCR and IOM: Over 5,000 Somali Refugees Voluntar...

Sana’a – The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) have helped 5,087 Somali refugees return...

Heavy Flooding Causes Extreme Destruction and Ongo...

Juba – Nearly one million people have been drastically affected by flash floods following unprecedented rainfall in South Sudan.  Thousands have been...

Videos

Training Ethiopian Migrant Returnees to Start their Own Businesses

Business development training helps returning migrants reintegrate into their countries of origin. After returning...

A history of 100 migrants searching for a better life in Southern Afri

In February 2018, IOM, the UN Migration Agency assisted 53 Ethiopian migrants who had been stranded in Mozambique to...

Migration Blog

Volunteer voices of inclusion from IOM Thailand

In Thailand, UN Volunteers effectively advocate for the respect of human rights. Panitee Nuykram serves with the International Organization for...

Why Disability Matters to IOM

Geneva – In conflict and emergency contexts around the world, persons with disabilities are amongst the most marginalized groups.

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MRRC (Migrant Resource & Response Center) Network Jan –Sep 2018

EU-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration

To improve migrant protection, voluntary return and reintegration along the Central Mediterranean route in Africa, the European Union (EU), through the Emergency Trust Fund for Africa (EUTF), and with contributions from Germany (€48 million) and Italy (€22 million) launched with the UN Migration Agency (IOM) in 2016 the Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration in Africa. 

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