IOM Zimbabwe Annual Report 2015

Author/s: IOM Zimbabwe
Language: English
Publication Type: Annual Report(External)

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In response to the decade long migration crisis in Zimbabwe, IOM – with support from various donors – has been implementing a comprehensive humanitarian assistance programme for internally displaced persons in new cases of internal displacement, returned migrants and third-country nationals, as well as facilitate the transition towards community stabilization and recovery for communities affected by long-term internal displacement and cross-border migration. The project was based on the IOM Framework for Assistance to IDPs in Zimbabwe (2011) and the Community Stabilization Interventions for Migration-affected Areas (2013), which are grounded in local government leadership, community mobilization and socially and economically inclusive participation processes.


  • Who we are
  • Foreword
  • IOM Zimbabwe launches 2015–2018 strategic plan
  • IOM hands over the Beitbridge and Plumtree reception and support centres to the government of Zimbabwe
  • IOM supports Zimbabwe’s diaspora policy development
  • IOM establishes a one-stop safe migration centre in Beitbridge
  • IOM programme reflections for 2015
  • Programme updates
  • IOM contributes to improved access to education in migration-affected communities
  • IOM helps improve migration health through TB reach
  • IOM integrates gender issues into migration programming
  • IOM facilitates refugee resettlement programmes, 2015
  • IOM supports Zimbabwe’s national plan for counter-trafficking
  • IOM supports Zimbabwe’s capacity-building in trafficking in person
  • IOM implements Phase V of the project addressing  irregular migration flows in Southern Africa
  • IOM provides assistance to Zimbabwe on intergrated border management
  • Donors and financial contributions
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