The contribution of the US Govt (thru PRM) is earmarked to the medical costs related to the movement of refugees from Nepal to the USA.
The general purpose of the project is to contribute to the joint efforts to organize and perform medical examination of migrants. Activities include medical screening and documentation of migrants at medical facilites in Kiev contracted by IOM.
IOM provides appropriate staff, facilities, equipment and management to assist in the processing of individuals applying for refugee status and for resettlement in the United States. IOM activities include: counselling, medical screening, transportation, medical escorts, among others.
The project is is seeking to continue to supplement its existing health interventions by distributing dry food rations (rice, oil, beans and salt) to vulnerable HIV and TB patients in six townships of Mon State (Mawlamyine, Kyaikmayaw, Mudon, Thanbyuzayat, Belin and Ye).
The project propose to reduce TB incidence among vulnerable population and improve access to TB prevention and treatment.
This project seeks to improve the access to quality and comprehensive Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) care services for internal migrants and internally displaced populations (IDPs) in 756 urban slums in Sylhet City in Sylhet Division of Bangladesh and thus to contribute to the MDG 5.B (the universal access to SRH) and to progress in the MDG 5.A (related to the reduction of maternal mortality ratio) and MDG 6.A (related to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS) targets and indicators in Bangladesh.
This project will provide life-saving emergency and essential primary health care (PHC) services through IOM static and semi- clinics, as well as rapid response teams (RRT) missions. IOM will continue to provide emergency PHC services to internally displaced populations and host communities, Malakal in Upper Nile and Wau in Western Bahr El Ghazal, through static and semi-static health facilities.
The project aims to extend laboratory and treatment services, provided in the resettlement process, to the entire population of the camps. The project will directly benefit refugees, suffering from TB, and indirectly their families and the entire refugee community. As of the end of 2015, around 100,500 refugees will be resettled to third countries. Over 17,150 registered refugees will remain in the camps, of which around 90% refugees have already applied for resettlement.
To contrubute to improved standard of physical and mental wellbeing of refugees and host communities in East Africa through enhanced infectious disease surveillance along the Kenya – Somalia border and improved understanding of mental health in Congolese refugees.
MOU between the Minister of Public Works and Government Services and the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, and the International Organization for Migration for the provision of immigration medical examinations, tuberculosis treatments, and certain vaccinations to Bhutanese refugees selected for resettlement to Canada.