Psychosocial Support Component Enhanced Through Training for Health, Protection Providers Working with Syrian Refugees and Jordanians

Amman, 12 December 2017 IOM, the UN Migration Agency, in cooperation with the Ministry of Social Development and with the funds from the Government of Italy through the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation, is helping enhance psychosocial support to...

Last weeks to submit films about migration to the Global Migration Film Festival

The International Organization for Migration invites professional and emerging filmmakers to submit perception-changing films and videos about migration for the second annual Global Migration Film Festival that will take place internationally from 5 to 18 December.

Japan and IOM support the multi-stakeholders discussion on Human Rights of All Migrants

Amman, Jordan- A roundtable discussion addressing the issue of human rights of all migrants was held at the Le Meridien Hotel in Amman on Wednesday May 3rd 2017, with the presence of H.E Shuichi Sakurai, Ambassador of Japan, Mr.

World Tuberculosis Day 2017 - Programs for refugees and migrants in Jordan

Refugees and migrants are groups in high risk of marginalization. At the same time, and because of various social reasons, tuberculosis (TB) is a disease often associated with poverty, marginalization and even death....

World TB Day 2017 - Ammar, a story about TB

My name is Ammar, I am 42 years old and I am from Deraa. Before the crisis in Syria, I was working in the telecommunications sector, then in a bank. Finally, I opened my own motorcycle shop in Deraa.

International Women's Day 2017: Women at work

Shorouq started working with IOM in 2014, in the reception area of Azraq camp. As soon as refugees arrive into the camp, Shorouq is one of the IOM team meeting them to help them   understand how the camp functions and which UN agency and INGO provides which service.

JOINT IOM-UNHCR STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT TRUMP'S REFUGEE ORDER

Geneva, 28 January 2017 

JOINT IOM-UNHCR STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT TRUMP'S  REFUGEE ORDER