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EU’s Multi-Million Euro Support for IOM, Partners Helps Thousands of Stranded Migrants in Bosnia and HerzegovinaNov 09, 2018
Sarajevo – The European Union has just allocated more than EUR 7.2 million in grants to support the work of the UN Migration Agency, IOM, in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
UN Migration Agency Launches Integrated Rural Development Project for Internally Displaced Communities in AzerbaijanOct 30, 2018
Baku – Yesterday (29/10) in Baku, IOM, the UN Migration Agency, officially launched the “Integrated Rural Development for Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) Communities in Azerbaijan through Revitalization of the Kahriz Water...
Minsk – A new EUR 7 million project to address irregular migration was officially launched in Minsk on 23 October 2018. The management of irregular migration is one of many priority issues for almost every country in Europe,...
Azerbaijan, International Community and Parliamentarians Join Forces against Human Trafficking and SmugglingOct 30, 2018
Baku – Today (30/10) in Baku, the EU Delegation to Azerbaijan and IOM, the UN Migration Agency, will organize an international conference with the Milli Mejlis (National Assembly) of the Republic of Azerbaijan; the Main...
Gaziantep – Eight years into the Syrian crisis, Turkey continues to be a transit and destination country, hosting three and a half million Syrians within its borders.
Vienna – The Western Balkans sub-region currently hosts thousands of irregular migrants, stranded in a limbo between their countries of origin and the countries they are trying to reach in the European Union.
Kyiv – Thousands of people have been given help to start their own businesses since the start of the conflict in Ukraine.
IOM-MARRI Regional Strategic Exchange for Western Balkans Focusses on Coordinated Migration ResponseOct 16, 2018
The Western Balkans sub-region currently hosts thousands of irregular migrants, stranded in a limbo between their countries of origin (mainly Syria, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan) and the countries they are trying to reach in the EU. IOM...
Kyiv – Human trafficking is an acute challenge for Ukraine, with over 1,200 victims identified and assisted last year alone by IOM, the UN Migration Agency.