Burkina Faso: 300 Migrant and Host Community Children Celebrate the International Day of the African Child
Tenkodogo – To mark the International Day of the African Child, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) organized events and activities on June 16, bringing together 300 host community children and those of returned...
Niamey – Every year a lack of job opportunities, extreme weather and extreme poverty push young Nigeriens to leave their country to search for a better life, either seasonally or indefinitely.
Mopti – The deadly attack on Sunday (09/06) in the village of Sobane in central Mali, which killed 35 villagers – and 60 are still missing – continues to displace people to Mopti, one of the largest t
Brikama – In an effort to strengthen the psychosocial reintegration of returnees and promote universal access to healthcare in their communities, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has
Dirkou – At the request of local authorities and community members, IOM last month installed 55 solar lamp posts in the Bilma department, region of Kawar in Niger, through its project Community Stabil
Moyamba – In 2017, IOM launched the project “Strengthening Sierra Leonean National Health Care Capacity through Diaspora Engagement” under its Migration and Development for Africa (MIDA) programme. Th
Maiduguri – Zaynab stands next to the remnants of her home she used to share with her six children before it was destroyed by early season rainstorms.
Abidjan – Since January 2018, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has trained nearly 600 journalists and media professionals in West and Central Africa to improve media coverage on migration.
Zinder – The International Organization for Migration (IOM) officially handed over last Friday (17 May) the Centre for the Prevention, Promotion and Protection of Children (CEPPP) in Matameye, departm
Makeni City – “Our collaborative efforts in combating the crime is indispensable and the systematic approach in mitigating crimes of this nature as presented in the training provides us the opportunity to learn and optimize...
Tillabéry – The International Organization for Migration is launching an emergency response project in the Tillabéry region in Niger with funding from the Government of Japan.
Accra – Several years ago high school directors from Ghana’s Brong Ahafo and Ashanti regions began noticing that many of their students were dropping out before graduating.