Press Release

Labour Migration Database Set to Launch in Ghana

Ghana - The Government of Ghana is set to launch a new labour market database as part of its new 2013-2016 Labour Department Strategic Plan.

Successful Rescue of Trafficked Children in Senegal

Senegal - IOM Senegal is organizing the return and family reunification of 36 trafficked children who survived a fire in a Koranic school in Dakar.

Chadian migrants expelled from Libya a “growing concern,” says IOM

Chad - IOM is concerned about the well-being of undocumented Chadian migrants whom the Libyan authorities are returning to Chad in growing numbers.

Unconventional NFI distribution to flood affected population

Hadjer Lamis is one of the worst hit areas by the 2012 floods. With funding from Germany, IOM has been responding to the needs of the affected population.

50 communities stand ready to receive their “reintegration dividend”

As part of the German funded community stabilization project for returnees from Libya, IOM is providing a “reintegration dividend” – a small scale socio-economic infrastructure project – chosen and designed by the com

IOM relocates 1,000 flood-displaced persons (130 families) in new government-identified site in Bongor District

Due to flooding, some residents of Bongor District, Chad moved to Mayo Boney Forest in November 2012.

First Group of Qualified Chadians From France Arrive in Chad

The first two Chadian medical doctors from France, part of the Assisted Return of the Chadian Qualified Nationals Project, have arrived at N’Djamena on Sunday, 17th February 2013. A gastroenterologist, Dr.