This publications portal is a repository of all IOM migration health publications from 2006 to present where IOM was a primary contributor.
Publications include peer-reviewed scientific papers, technical reports, training guides/manuals, policy briefs/discussion papers, factsheets, newsletters, research reviews, conference and poster presentations. These are categorized by topic, author, country/region covered as well as by year, language, and type of publication. The map reflects the countries covered by the publications.
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Key Populations, Key Solutions – A Gap Analysis and Recommendations for Key Populations and HIV in SA
Author/s: IOM South Africa
Author/s: Carlos Van der Laat, Lucía Maquieira Caeiro
Author/s: Saba Khan
Supported by the Global Fund, The International Organization for Migration (IOM) implemented community-based and youth-focused HIV prevention programs in Somalia. Little was known about the HIV vulnerability of Somali youth aged 15-24, and a baseline study was conducted on the sexual behaviors, knowledge and practice of youth to assess their HIV vulnerability.
The study carried out a survey in high-risk zones in Somalia targeting unmarried male…Read more
Author/s: Kerry Selvester, Delmira Cambaco, Victor Bie
ANSA carried out this in-depth qualitative study in 2011 on the Nacala transport corridor in northern Mozambique, to determine the risks and vulnerabilities to HIV of migrants and host communities along the corridor. The study concentrated on areas of significant economic activity, where truck and public transport drivers spend long periods of time and where amenities, such as bars, guesthouses and restaurants have been established to serve increasing numbers of mobile…Read more
Author/s: Kerry Selvester, Delmira Cambaco, Victor Ble, Alfred Mndzebele
This study aims to explore the key determinants of HIV along Mozambique's southern transport corridor, which runs between Mozambique and Swaziland.
- Executive summary
Author/s: Bindhya Pradhan Priesner
Bangladesh is a major supplier of labour to the world market. Female migrant workers are increasingly important for the Bangladeshi job market, as they contribute to poverty reduction and economic growth. Though the sector has significant potential to grow given the demand, there are challenges that put the rights of female migrant workers at risk.
HIV and population mobility: Behavioural study of female sex workers along Ghana’s Tema‐Paga transport corridor
Author/s: Aden Guliye, Valentia Amados, Abenta Asante, Jean Francois Aguilera
The aim of the study was to generate data on HIV and mobility to inform strategic decisions on HIV programming for Female Sex Workers (FSWs). Specific objectives of the study were to: (a) understand characteristics of the FSWs operating along the Tema‐Paga transport corridor; (b) understand mobility characteristics; (c) understand HIV vulnerability similarities and differences between roamers and seaters; and (d) identify HIV vulnerability (risk) factors.
Author/s: IOM South Africa
A bulletin of news, information and analysis on migration and health in East and Southern Africa.
Inside this Issue:
- IOM South Afruca opens new health assessment centre
- IOM Awarded for contribution to improved health care
- The Wives behind Mozambique's migrant mineworkers
- IOM Sensitises Vulnerable Population on HIV Prevention …
Author/s: IOM Somalia