Harare – A three-day IOM-supported Government of Zimbabwe workshop this week brought together multiple stakeholders tasked with conducting an in-depth situational analysis of migration in the country to aid the design of a robust National Migration Policy (NMP).
“Migration is cross cutting as a number of sector ministries have migration mandates,” said Alois Matongo, Director for Policy and Research in Zimbabwe’s Ministry of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage.
Du 9 au 10 octobre 2018, les équipes de gestion des projets et programmes de l’OIM-Djibouti ont été formées sur l’utilisation de l’application PRIMA.
La session de formation a été animée par Alessia Castelfranco, administratrice du fonds de l’OIM pour le développement à Genève. L’application PRIMA est particulièrement utile pour établir des rapports, rappeler aux administrateurs de projets les échéances à respecter, et suivre la mise-en-œuvre des projets.
Port Vila – Vanuatu this week (26 September) launched a National Policy on Climate Change and Disaster-Induced Displacement with support from the IOM Development Fund (IDF).
As part of the ongoing efforts towards strengthening the capacity of the Government of Kenya to manage National Identity Programmes, IOM in partnership with the Kenya School of Government (KSG) organized two Training of Trainers (ToTs) involving 40 government officials from different counties including Bungoma, Garissa, Kisii, Kiambu, Kisumu, Meru, Migori, Nakuru, Nairobi, Malindi, Makueni, Marsabit, West Pokot and Wajir.
"I want to talk about my journey. Three years ago, I came alone all the way from Darfur, Sudan. I left my family who still live in a refugee camp in Chad." Abas, 23, a participant from our filmmaking workshop in Geneva, Switzerland.
This year, we wanted to take the Global Migration Film Festival one step further and directly engage with migrant communities.
Le lancement du portail électronique de l’Observatoire national de la migration a eu lieu vendredi 29 juin, lors d’une cérémonie organisée à cette occasion, et marquée par l’inauguration, au sein dudit observatoire, du Centre de documentation sur les migrations.
Kabul – IOM, in partnership with the Government of Afghanistan, this week (15-17/7) organized a workshop to help Afghanistan to engage with its diaspora abroad to promote the country’s development.
The event was the first of its kind in Afghanistan and was attended by 16 representatives of various government bodies, including the Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Martyrs and Disabled, which is currently the lead ministry responsible for diaspora engagement.
Brasilia – IOM, the UN Migration Agency, and Brazil’s Federal Public Defender’s Office (DPU, in Portuguese) held a training of trainers on migration law for 31 DPU attorneys from ten Brazilian states.
Lusaka – IOM and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) Secretariat signed an Agreement to work together to implement a European Union funded project to facilitate small-scale cross-border trade flows. The Agreement was signed by COMESA’s General Secretary General, His Excellency Sindiso Ngwenya and IOM’s Regional Director for Southern Africa, Charles Kwenin, in Lusaka, Zambia on 8 June 2018.
IOM, the UN Migration Agency, facilitated this week (05/06) the first Regional Policy Forum on Migration, Environment, and Climate Change (MECC) for the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) and the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) Member States in Pretoria, South Africa.
High-level Meeting on the Conclusions and Recommendations of the National Evaluation: Migration, Environment and Climate Change in Madagascar
Le Ministère de l’Environnement, de l’Ecologie et des Forets (MEEF), avec le soutien de l’Organisation internationale pour les migrations (OIM) à Madagascar ont tenu ce jour, à l’Hotel Colbert, le premier Dialogue national de haut niveau sur le thème de l’interdépendance entre migration, environnement et changements climatiques.
Budva – Advance Passenger Information systems (API) became mandatory for all 192 International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) member states on 23 February. This means that all ICAO states must be able to collect data about passengers and crew members prior to their arrival, making travel easier for all and improving border controls.
Santo Domingo – The results of the Migration Governance Indicators (MGI) in the Dominican Republic reveal advances in the legal and institutional capacity of the Dominican Government to guarantee the socioeconomic well-being of migrants. The MGI was implemented with the engagement of 22 public agencies, under the coordination of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MIREX) and the technical support of IOM, the UN Migration Agency.
L’OIM signe un accord de coopération avec l’ENSP - L’Organisation internationale pour les migrations (OIM) et l’Ecole Nationale de Santé Publique (ENSP) ont signé un accord de coopération à l’occasion de la tenue de la conférence débat sur la santé publique, le 22 février 2018 à l’ENSP, sous le thème « migrations et santé : place du migrant dans la stratégie de santé mentale ».
Le Maroc engagé à garantir l’accessibilité des services de santé à ses migrants - Le Maroc a décidé de parier sur une politique volontariste en s'engageant à garantir l’accessibilité des services de santé à ses migrants, a indiqué, jeudi à Rabat, la cheffe de mission de l’Organisation Internationale pour les Migrations (OIM), Ana Fonseca.
Migration is increasingly gaining prominence in the global discourse and development agenda, having received first mention in the Sustainable Development Goals and with at least one indicator fully focusing on migration. The central reference to migration is made in target 10.7 to facilitate orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people, including through the implementation of planned and well-managed migration policies, which appears under Goal 10 to reduce inequality within and among countries.
IOM, in collaboration with the Ministry of the Interior, organized on October 1st 2017, a training on data collection and sharing between institutions participating in the training such as the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Labour, the Ministry of Women and Family, the Secretariat of State for Social Affairs, ADDS, DISED, the National Police, the National Army, the Gendarmerie, and the Coast Guard around the theme of better data management on regular and irregular migration.
Skilled Labour Mobility in Southeast Asia Key to Development: IOM - Southeast Asia is on the move. Of the estimated 9.85 million migrants in the region, almost seven million originate from member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN.)
The UN Migration Agency Raise Awareness of State Actors and Grassroots Communities on Conflict Management and Peace Building
Port Moresby, October 18, 2017 – The UN Migration Agency Raise Awareness of State Actors and Grassroots Communities on Conflict Management and Peace Building
IOM, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) launched a set of guidelines last week (30/03) that encourages Southern African countries to strengthen intraregional labour migration cooperation.