IOM commences construction of facilities at the Northern Eastern border as part of a Japanese-funded project
Amman, Jordan, IOM has started the ground works to build three accommodation facilities in two sites at the Northern Eastern border with Syria as part of an on-going Humanitarian Border Management (HBM) project funded by the Government of Japan.
Government of Japan Renews Support to the Jordan Armed Forces through IOM’s Humanitarian Border Management Programs
Amman, Jordan - Today (09/03), the Japanese Embassy in Jordan together with the Jordanian Armed Forces and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) commemorate the completion of a Japanese-funded project implemented in 2018 and 2019 and celebrate the launching of a new project.
The Secretary-General was deeply saddened at the tragic loss of lives in the airplane crash today near Addis Ababa.
Consolidating the cooperation among the Border Authorities, Government of Japan and the IOM under the Humanitarian Border Management Program in Jordan
Today 11 February 2019, the UN Migration Agency (IOM), the Government of Japan and the Jordanian Armed Forces (JAF) consolidated their cooperation within the framework of humanitarian border management program, by signing the agreement pertaining to the project, which had started in 2018,...
The Embassy of Japan and IOM inaugurate the newly refurbished consular section at the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates
Amman, 21 January 2019. As part of a project funded by the Government of Japan, and in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, the International Organization...
IOM together with the EU and Government authorities inaugurated seven company commands built under a EU funded project at the North-Eastern borders
Hadalat, 19 December 2018. Today morning, a total of seven company commands constructed at the North-Eastern border between Jordan and Syria by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) with funds from the European Union (EU), were inaugurated by H.E.
Abdallah Khader has been working with IOM in Jordan since 1998. Over these 20 years, he has been deployed at Jordan’s borders to receive refugees from Iraq in 2003 and Syria in 2012; at the airport to support the resettlement of refugees; and at refugee camps inside Jordan.