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Kyiv – IOM and KfW Development Bank have signed an agreement to implement a two-year project that will support 2,000 conflict-affected Ukrainians develop income opportunities.
Bishkek – Central Asia has been a region of transit and mobility throughout human history.
On 22 September 2017, at the Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova (ASEM) was launched the “Migration and Development: Socio-Economic Issues” handbook written by Mr. Dorin Vaculovschi, Doctor of Economics and Associate Professor.
Young Migrant, Refugee, Turkish Entrepreneurs Bring Business Ideas to Life through UN Migration Agency SupportAug 29, 2017
Izmir – Last weekend (26-27/08), 11 teams of young migrant, refugee and Turkish entrepreneurs presented their innovative business ideas to IOM, the UN Migration Agency, in the hope of securing a grant
Estonian PM Visits IOM’s Turkish Hub for Operations in Southern Turkey, Northern Syria During Country’s EU PresidencyAug 16, 2017
Gaziantep – Yesterday (15/08), Jüri Ratas, Prime Minister of Estonia, which currently holds the Presidency of the Council of the EU, visited the IOM offices in Gaziantep.
Yerevan – On 2 August, the first inter-agency simulation exercise on humanitarian relief and disaster preparedness between Armenia and Georgia took place with the support of IOM, the UN Migration Agency.
Belarus - ‘Act.Learn.Share’, a summer camp for young adults, kicked off yesterday (17/07) just outside of Minsk, the capital of Belarus. Participants came from across the nation, all united in their desire to learn about and put...
Ukraine - On Wednesday (12 July), the Government of Ukraine adopted a new State Migration Strategy, which will inform national migration policy for the next eight years.
Ukraine Business Fair Showcases UN Migration Agency Support to Conflict-affected and Trafficking SurvivorsJun 27, 2017
Ukraine – Over the weekend, a market sprung up in the centre of Ukraine’s capital city. Traders came to Kyiv from all over the country. Their wares ranged from soap to honey, from toys to furniture – but everyone had one thing in...