This projects portal is a repository of all IOM migration and health projects from 2006 to present obtained from IOM's projects databases.
The projects are categorized by type, country/region covered, country/region manager, and start year. The map reflects the countries where the projects are implemented.
To browse or search: simply use the filter options on the left-hand side. Alternatively, you can enter key word/s in the search box. Here is the step-by-step guide for your reference.
Greater Mekong Sub Region Capacity Building for HIV/AIDS Prevention Grant No. 9176 MYARegion/Country(Coverage): Asia and the Pacific, Myanmar
Start Date: December 1, 2018
End Date: February 29, 2020
IOM will continue to support the National AIDS Program in comprehensively addressing HIV amongst Key Affected Populations and other priority groups including migrants and mobile populations and ethnic minorities in mobility impacted high priority communities, border areas and economic corridors in Myanmar. To promote sustainability and harmonization with national systems, specific efforts will be made to ensure that activity and case data is incorporated into the reporting system of the National AIDS Program.
Support and Increase Healthcare Access for Migrants and Vulnerable Egyptian Host Community Members (SIHA)Region/Country(Coverage): Middle East and North Africa, Egypt
Start Date: October 1, 2018
End Date: September 30, 2020
This project aims to increase the access of vulnerable members of migrant and host communities to quality migrant-friendly health care. Focused on the prevention (of health-related issues), promotion (of migrant-friendly health services), and the provision (of migrant-friendly health care in concert with community-based organizations), this programme will enhance access to health care services and improve healthcare options for project beneficiaries.
Psychosocial and Medical Assistance to Urban Refugee Survivors and to those at Risk of Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) in Kampala, UgandaRegion/Country(Coverage): East Africa, Uganda
Start Date: September 28, 2018
End Date: September 27, 2019
The proposed intervention seeks to address the challenges faced by refugees who are victims of SGBV through psychosocial counseling, child protection, and medical assistance. The target population will be urban refugees’ survivors of SGBV or those at heightened risk thereof, including women, men, and children.
Strengthening Work with Sex Workers to Support the SRHR- HIV Knows No Borders Project in Chifunde District, Tete, MozambiqueRegion/Country(Coverage): Southern Africa, Mozambique
Start Date: September 1, 2018
End Date: December 31, 2018
Currently, IOM has a regional SRHR-HIV Knows No Borders project, funded by the Kingdom of the Netherlands, that aims to contribute to greater freedom of choice for the target populations regarding their sexuality by focusing on the following results areas: 1: demand creation for SRHR-HIV services; 2) facilitating supply of and accessibility to responsive sexual and reproductive health and HIV services; and 3) creating an enabling environment. Through IOM’s continuous engagement with the UNJoint Team and through the engagement contributing to the planning of the Joint Programme of Support for AIDS 2018-2020, it was identified that IOM was the ideal agency to receive some support funding for working with sex workers in the sites identified in the SRHR-HIV Knows No Borders project from the 2018 Country Envelop (UBRAF).
G-START: Governance, Territory, Reception and Health for Asylum Seekers and Holders of International ProtectionRegion/Country(Coverage): European Economic Area, Italy
Start Date: September 1, 2018
End Date: August 31, 2020
The project aims at improving access to health assistance for asylum seekers and refugees living in the area of Local Health Authority ASL Roma 5, with a particular focus on psychosocial vulnerabilities. In pursuit of this objective, IOM will engage in three different processes. 1) IOM will contribute to Coordination Meetings with local stakeholders to define common procedures for local medical assistance to migrants, as well as to a Community of Practice managed by ASL Roma 5. 2) IOM will provide specific training sessions to health and reception centre staff about psychosocial vulnerabilities and health needs of migrants, as well as stress and burn-out syndrome prevention. 3) IOM will organize health literacy sessions in reception centres, involving asylum-seekers and holders of international protection to increase their knowledge and promote their capacity to approach the services and assume healthy behaviours.
ATES: Technical Assistance and Support to the Local Health Authority of SyracuseRegion/Country(Coverage): European Economic Area, Italy
Start Date: June 6, 2018
End Date: June 5, 2019
The project will enhance the provision of healthcare services by contributing to linking local health care services and the reception system as well as through the computerization of medical records and capacity building of local health operators on intercultural awareness and on the use of the e-PHR based IT tool. The general objective of the project is to strengthen the governance model of health care in the territory of the Azienda Sanitaria Provinciale (hereinafter ‘ASP’) of Syracuse, through the use of innovative and technological solutions, such as the e-PHR successfully piloted in the Syracuse region.
Accompaniment to Pregnant Women of Three Territorial Training and Reintegration Spaces (ETCR), to Guarantee Access to the Comprehensive Maternal and Perinatal Health Care RouteRegion/Country(Coverage): South America, Colombia
Start Date: March 12, 2018
End Date: August 31, 2018
This project proposes a humanitarian response to strengthen comprehensive health care for pregnant women in three Territorial Training and Reintegration Spaces (ETCR), located in the municipalities of Tibú, Vista Hermosa and Ituango, through access to care included in the Integral Route of Maternal-Perinatal Health Care.
Supplementary Feeding for Vulnerable HIV and TB Patients South Eastern MyanmarRegion/Country(Coverage): Asia and the Pacific, Myanmar
Start Date: March 1, 2018
End Date: February 28, 2019
This project will continue to build on the long standing successful collaboration between IOM and WFP to provide critical nutrition and food support to vulnerable patients living with TB and HIV in South East Myanmar (Mon and Kayin States). The main objective is to improve treatment outcomes for these patients and reduce morbidity and mortality amongst migrants and mobility impacted communities.
Provision of Training for First-Line Health Professionals and Law Enforcement Officers Working at Local Level with Migrants and Refugees, and Training of TrainersRegion/Country(Coverage): European Economic Area, Belgium
Start Date: March 1, 2018
End Date: August 31, 2019
The objective of the tender is to support European Union Member States in reducing knowledge gaps of different categories of health professionals, law enforcement officers, social workers and coach trainers for health and other professionals in respect to health-related border policies and health challenges faced by migrant populations. The project will develop or reinforce the skills of professionals working with migrants and refugees, promote understanding, positive attitudes, and promote a holistic approach in the work with migrants and refugees at first point of arrival, transit, and destination of 33 European countries.
Child Care Services and Psychosocial Assistance at the Bangkok Immigration Detention Centre (2018)Region/Country(Coverage): Asia and the Pacific, Thailand
Start Date: February 2, 2018
End Date: December 31, 2018
The overall objective of the proposed project is to contribute to the improvement of living conditions and health outcomes (including mental health and psychosocial wellbeing) of detainees, particularly migrant children between the ages of 3 to 17 and women. The project will also seek to expand support services made to available to long-stay children and families released from the IDC on bail, noting their continued socio-economic and health-related vulnerabilities.