Tenkodogo – "I want to do business in poultry farming. I already have the skills, but no funds.
Niamey – IOM opened this Thursday (01/08) a new transit center in Niamey, where unaccompanied migrant children and families will be hosted, as they wait for their return to their country of origin, through the Assisted Voluntary...
Niamey – Risks, vulnerabilities and needs while embarking on a migration journey are strongly shaped by one’s gender.
Niamey – Risks, vulnerabilities and needs while embarking on a migration journey are strongly increased by one’s gender.
Return of Persons Associated with Boko Haram in Chad: Harmonizing the Process Between the Government and Partners
N’Djamena – The Ministry of Justice and Human Rights of Chad organized a national workshop on the harmonization of the reception, screening and profiling process for persons associated with Boko Haram
Niamey – Between 24-25 July, IOM supported the forum “Youth Entrepreneurship as a Real Alternative to Irregular Migration”, which mobilized more than 100 young entrepreneurs, recent graduates and community leaders from Niger,...
Zinder – Niger, a major migratory hub in West and Central Africa, sees numerous vulnerable migrants transiting the country, including victims of trafficking (VoTs) and potential VoTs.
30 Chadian Journalists Trained This Month, Topping 600 Trainees in West and Central Africa Since 2018
N’Djamena – This month (10-11/07), 30 Chadian journalists gathered for a workshop on migration organized by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in N’Djamena, Chad’s capital.
Dori – The upsurge in violence in the country and insecurity in several regions have triggered an unprecedented humanitarian emergency.
Freetown – Last week (11/07), the International Organization for Migration (IOM), in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs (MSWGCA) in Sierra Leone, held a handing over ceremony of...
Niamey – Back in 1993, Yacouba Sangaré was playing for Niger’s national basketball team.
Niamey – Back in 1993, Yacouba Sangaré was playing for Niger’s national basketball team. A talented student-athlete, Sangaré’s promise was acknowledged with an opportunity to further his education in the US.