Planting Seeds for a Safer Future
IOM is planting vetiver grass all over the Rohingya refugee camp to mitigate the risk of landslides.Enter
je suis migrant est une campagne et une plateforme. Nous créons un endroit pour partager les histoires personnelles des réfugiés et des migrants. Nous voulons nous élever contre les stéréotypes anti-migrants et contre le discours...
World Humanitarian Day: Abdallah's Story
Abdallah Khader's inspiring story is an example of the rewards and challenges faced daily by thousands of humanitarian workers deployed to assist crisis affected populations around the world.
Juba – South Sudan is one of the most dangerous and challenging places in the world to be an aid worker.
It has been two years since I started working with IOM and I would not even call it ‘work’. These have been two of the best years of my life – building great experiences and relationships with colleagues and migrants from many different cultures and backgrounds.
Peter Nzabanita is a Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Specialist with IOM, the UN Migration Agency, in Uganda. A father of a boy and two little girls, Peter has had to get used to being away from his family for long periods of time while overseeing work in Uganda’s refugee settlements hundreds of kilometres from their home.
In Jordan’s Azraq Camp where over 45,000 Syrian refugees are seeking shelter from the conflict across the border, 14-year-old Abdallah is finishing the 8th grade at a school run by the Ministry of Education.
Nature is essential to Madagascar’s identity. Mention the country and it will undoubtedly evoke discussions about its wildlife, natural richness or unique flora.
Tuberculosis is the leading cause of death from a single infectious agent. New infections of TB occur in about 1 per cent of the global population every year.