Central African Republic
The IOM office in the Central African Republic (CAR) was established in January 2014 in response to migratory issues and displacement resulting from outbreaks of violence in the country.
The IOM mission in CAR is currently implementing the following projects:
Support for the stabilization and immediate recovery of communities at risk in CAR (SIRIRI).
- Reduction of community violence in CAR
- Strengthening inter-community dialogue and non-violent conflict resolution in Ouham Pende, CAR
- Strengthening national response and awareness-raising capacities to combat human trafficking and other forms of exploitation in CAR
- Emergency humanitarian assistance to internally displaced persons (IDPs), returnees and host communities
The main office of the mission is in Bangui, with four additional sub-offices in Boda, Ndélé, Paoua and Kaga Bandoro.
|West And Central Africa - Regional Mobility Mapping (October 2018)||en|
|Assistance to Voluntary Humanitarian Return 2017/2018||en|
|Regional Policies and Response to Manage Pastoral Movements within the ECOWAS Region||en|
|Guidelines for the Harmonization of Migration Data Management in the ECOWAS Region||en|
|Siriri - Histoire de la République Centrafricaine||fr|
|Central African Republic - Mobility Tracking Report 5 (October 2018) [French]||en|
|République Centrafricaine - Rapport sur les Déplacements 5 (Octobre 2018)||fr|