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.
Strengthening Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) and Response Capacities at Selected Points of Entry (PoE) and Border Areas to Prevent Further EVD Spread in Mali and Guinea ConakryRegion/Country(Coverage): Central and West Africa, Mali
Start Date: December 31, 2014
End Date: September 30, 2015
In this context, IOM recommends enhancing country Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Preparedness and Surveillance through strengthening the capacities at Points of Entry (PoE) and among Border Communities on the border between Guinea and Mali. (in particular in the traditional gold mining sites) to prevent further spread and by monitoring migratory flow from most-affected countries. Through this project IOM will contribute to collaborative international, regional and national efforts in responding to the EVD outbreak in Mali and Guinea Conakry.
Emergency Shelter and Non Food Items Response to Newly Displaced Individuals in EthiopiaRegion/Country(Coverage): East Africa, Ethiopia
Start Date: December 26, 2014
End Date: April 30, 2015
The overall objective of the proposed intervention is to contribute to the improvement of living conditions of 50,400 IDPs as a result of conflict and natural disaster through the provision of basic life-saving emergency assistance in Afar, Oromia, Somali and SNNP regions. The target outcomes are: Outcome 1. Displaced population physical safety improved Outcome 2. Targeted displaced population understand their rights and transmission methods of HIV/AIDs and the proper use of the plastic sheet
Scaling Up Provision of Life-saving Health Services in BentiuRegion/Country(Coverage): East Africa, South Sudan
Start Date: December 26, 2014
End Date: June 26, 2015
This CERF proposal aims to address health risks in Bentiu to reduce and prevent avoidable morbidity and mortality within the population. Accountability to affected populations will be addressed through the use of community focused need assessments and outreach groups, such as breastfeeding women’s groups at the clinics and youth activities, in order to ensure that men, women, boys, and girls, have the opportunity to fully participate in a decisions related to their health. The proposal also focuses on providing life-saving, frontline services as well as strengthening key physical infrastructure to provide quality health care services and referrals.
Improving Conditions in IDP Sites through Site Development and Expansion of Bentiu POCRegion/Country(Coverage): East Africa, South Sudan
Start Date: December 25, 2014
End Date: June 30, 2015
As IDPs continue to seek safe refuge in the UNMISS PoCs, IOM will carry out site preparation activities in new Bentiu PoC. In line with the humanitarian communities overall strategy of providing lifesaving services to the vulnerable IDPs seeking protection in the Bentiu PoC, this project aims to improve living conditions in Bentiu PoC through carrying out site preparation works to develop a new PoC area in Bentiu. The project aims to develop the site to alleviate congestion and reduce the risk of severe health, sanitation and protection concerns. Activities of the project include: 1.1. Site Planning for the new PoC; 1.2. Earthwork (excavation) and ground levelling; 1.3. Coordination with UNMISS and other stakeholders to ensure project completion.
Rehabilitation and Equipping of Provincial Emergency Operations Centers to support the Coordination of the Ebola Response Conakry, GuineaRegion/Country(Coverage): Central and West Africa, Guinea
Start Date: December 19, 2014
End Date: February 15, 2016
Upon the request from NEOC and after coordination with the UN Mission for Ebola Emrergency Response (UNMEER), IOM proposes to leverage extensive reconstruction and logistics expertise to convert up to 15 of these PEOCs into fully functioning, operational PEOCs. PEOCs located in the Forest Area are likely to be targeted first as per priority indicated by NEOC. Specific activities will vary per PEOC and according to conditions being encountered through initial assessments, but are likely to include the following: - Local and international procurement of various equipment required to render PEOCs operational including, but not limited to, office furniture, laptops, printers, cell phones, telecommunication and/or USB internet service, generators, etc. designed to outfit the PEOCs. - Support the running costs of the PEOC for the initial four months, excluding staff salaries and per diem.
Enhancing Protection and Improving Knowledge on the Risks of Irregular Migration in SudanRegion/Country(Coverage): Middle East and North Africa, Sudan
Start Date: December 15, 2014
End Date: December 14, 2015
he overall objective of this project is to contribute to strengthening humane management of mixed migration flows in Sudan. This project promotes safe migration and equips migrants with information and knowledge to prepare for their travel or make adequate choices. It aims to do so through 2 pillars: i) raise awareness of the risks associated with irregular migration as well as an understanding of the basic rights of migrants and the services that may be available to them as a result and; ii) provide direct support to migrants through working directly with migrants and their service providers to ensure that the protection and health concerns are mitigated and addressed when necessary. Through this project, IOM will provide information to potential and en-route migrants on the risks involved in irregular migration and how to better engage in safer migration.
Improving Access to Services for Syrian Refugees Living in Mersin ProvinceRegion/Country(Coverage): South-Eastern Europe Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Turkey
Start Date: December 15, 2014
End Date: September 14, 2015
IOM proposes, through the partnership of a local NGO, the Syria Social Gathering, to facilitate increased access to services for Syrian refugees in Mersin province and to contribute to their self-reliance and integration in Turkey through the provision of education, vocational training, psychological and legal as well as emergency assistance.
Coordination of Rehabilitation Support for Victims of Rana PlazaRegion/Country(Coverage): Asia and the Pacific, Bangladesh
Start Date: December 14, 2014
End Date: December 31, 2015
IOM has the necessary status and standing capacity to work with the government and corporate houses to ensure the dissemination and continuous maintenance of a comprehensive victim database which will help in ensuring the delivery of necessary services for victims who are spread across the country. To facilitate the coordination of the counselling and other services IOM proposes to collaborate with the Rana Plaza Coordination Cell and undertake the initial management of the RPCA survivor database which will be continuously updated to reflect changes in location and track socio-economic and medical rehabilitation of the victims.
Assessment on Environment-Induced Population Resettlement Design, Planning and Implementation and its Implication for Rural Community DevelopmentRegion/Country(Coverage): Asia and the Pacific, Viet Nam
Start Date: December 12, 2014
End Date: December 31, 2017
The project aims to enhance the rights of Vietnamese resettled population in the context of national and international rights frameworks; it identifies the GoV as the duty bearer to Vietnamese resettled people, who hold rights to decent work opportunities and equitable access to services free of discrimination on the basis of location within Viet Nam, gender, sexual orientation or status of living with HIV/AIDS. The project also mainstreams gender equality. The current approach to resettlement, including the degree of consultation and participation in decision making, often lacks in-depth gender analysis, which is important in climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction, and resettlement.
Psychosocial Support for Vulnerable Persons Displaced by Floods in Bosnia and Herzegovina (UNDP)Region/Country(Coverage): South-Eastern Europe Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Start Date: December 11, 2014
End Date: April 30, 2015
The objective of the project is to alleviate the psychosocial effects of the floods and consequent displacement in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), in order to reduce psychosocial vulnerabilities and longer-term individual and social negative impact. and ensure the provision of direct focused assistance in addressing ongoing psychosocial issues. In addition to the provision of psychosocial assistance, the IOM mobile teams will continue to conduct a assessments of concerns, needs and resources of flood-affected populations, in order to provide tailored psychosocial support to properly assist the recovery process.