Geneva – On the occasion of World Day against Trafficking in Persons (30/07), new data released by IOM, the UN Migration Agency, show that in the last ten years, almost 80 per cent of journeys undertaken by victims trafficked internationally cross through official border...
With Public and Private Sectors at Odds, Traffickers Win. Let’s work together to protect its victims.
By William Lacy Swing, IOM Director General
On Tuesday 24th of July a delegation of the European Union headed by the Ambassador of the EU to Jordan, H.E.
Statement by Anders Pedersen, UN Resident & Humanitarian Coordinator in Jordan, on Latest U.N. Humanitarian Assistance to Displaced Syrians Fleeing heavy violence in Southwest Syria
4 July, Amman, Jordan - The United Nations is deeply alarmed about the violence in southern
Syria, which is forcing families to flee their homes and has caused civilian deaths and damage to
Amman - 24 April 2018, The UN Migration Agency (IOM) office in Jordan, received the visit of a Kenyan delegation to discuss the challenges and best practices in combating trafficking in persons in Jordan.
World Malaria Day - Fighting Malaria in Remotes Regions of Yemen through an Amman Managed Regional Project
The Middle East Response (MER) Programme is an innovative multi-country approach managed from IOM Amman, Jordan, since January 2017 and supported by the Global Fund.
On Monday 23 April, IOM brought together representatives from different Ministries of the Jordanian government and IOM specialists on border management.
Amman – This week, IOM, the UN Migration Agency, and its partner NICCOD, a Japanese Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), distributed cash assistance to 1,500 Syrian female headed households or families having at least one member living with disabilities in Zarqa, Jordan.
The UN undertakes aid delivery at the Berm based on approval by the Government of Jordan for exceptional delivery of assistance to Syrians
Amman, Jordan 10 January 2018 – The UN has resumed aid delivery to an estimated 50,000 Syrians (10,000 families) who remain stranded at Rukban, near Jordan’s north-eastern border with Syria.