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  • Rikka Tupaz / UN Migration Agency (IOM) 2017 Photos of Little Sun solar lamps distribution in Airstrip Area IDP Site, Dolo Ado and Dolo Bay IDP Site, Dolo Bay in Somali Region, Ethiopia from 3-9 June 2017.
  • IOM 2017 The heavy rains that began in January 2017 have caused severe flooding in communities and urban areas across Peru with several locations devastated by mudslides and falling rocks. This has left 124,000 people affected and 97 fatalities to date, according…
  • Amanda Nero/IOM The Udayapur District in Nepal is one of the regions in the country vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. Families have lost their houses and livelihoods due to flooding and farm lands and plantations have been affected by changes of rain patterns.…
  • Amanda Nero / IOM 2016 The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) in 2015 describes Bangladesh as one of the most-at-risk countries in South Asia and highlights the danger of future climate change impacts. Bangladesh was ranked 1st on the 2014 Climate Change Vulnerability…
  • IOM / Muse Mohammed Situated on the south-western part of the Indochina peninsula, Cambodia is very much a destination country for several foreigners. Each year, more than a million visitors from across the globe come to see its famous heritage sights including the Angkor Wat…
  • Muse Mohammed In Papua New Guinea, the prolonged El Niño induced drought conditions have had adverse impacts on the agricultural food production system. IOM continues to undertake agricultural recovery support activities, which include drilling boreholes, capacity building…
  • IOM A collection of portraits of migrants from everywhere IOM works to help make migration humane.
  •   IOM is continuing to support the Malian Government in responding to the emergency caused by floods that hit the capital Bamako on the 28th of August. It is reported that the floods left 37 dead and affected some 2,133 families or 20,000 people. As part of…
  •   The response to a severe drought in the Marshall Islands is entering its second phase, as initial deliveries of emergency food supplies, principally funded by USAID. IOM’s rapidly-established air and sea bridges have delivered an estimated 45 metric tons…
  •   Filipinos have been severely affected by the recent typhoon Bopha in which hundreds of people died and are still missing. The International Organization for Migration wants to encourage private individuals to support the emergency response at this time of…


 

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