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  • Heartbreaks as hundreds kiss to loved ones before returnng to Ukrainian capital Kiev from western city Uzhhorod.Heartbreaks as hundreds kiss to loved ones before returnng to Ukrainian capital Kiev from western city Uzhhorod.

    Ukraine War: Responding to Humanitarian Needs

  • Hundreds of people were killed following a devastating earthquake in Paktika, southeastern Afghanistan. Many families are now displaced after their homes were destroyed. IOM’s humanitarian assistance teams are on the ground, with communities to assess damages, help those affected and respond to their urgent needs.Hundreds of people were killed following a devastating earthquake in Paktika, southeastern Afghanistan. Many families are now displaced after their homes were destroyed. IOM’s humanitarian assistance teams are on the ground, with communities to assess damages, help those affected and respond to their urgent needs.

    Afghanistan: IOM Response 2021-2022

  • Hadeel was displaced form Al Hodeidah to Lahj governorate due to the conflict. She could not register in Ber Nasir School previously due to lack of space. After the rehabilitation of the school, she was able to enroll in classes.Hadeel was displaced form Al Hodeidah to Lahj governorate due to the conflict. She could not register in Ber Nasir School previously due to lack of space. After the rehabilitation of the school, she was able to enroll in classes.

    Yemeni Children Go Back to School

  • Hundreds of refugees arrive daily at Afdera town after walking for several days. IOM teams are on the ground providing relocation, resettlement, and related support to thousands of displaced refugees from Berhale refugee camp in the north-west of Afar region fleeing ongoing conflict between Tigray and Afar regional states in Ethiopia. A significant number of refugees living at Berhale refugee camp are fleeing to neighbouring woredas as armed conflict and attendant insecurity, including food shortages, worsen in areas bordering Tigray and Afar regional states. The camp was established in 2007 and officially opened in 2009 to accommodate mainly ethnic Afar Eritrean refugees seeking international protection. IOM is deploying operations, registration, and medical staff for each movement. Registration and verification of refugees are conducted before each movement to provide protection support, identify medical referral cases, and cross-check data for documentation purposes in collaboration with RRS and UNHCR. The work to relocate the refugees caught in conflict was made possible with funding from the United States Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM).Hundreds of refugees arrive daily at Afdera town after walking for several days. IOM teams are on the ground providing relocation, resettlement, and related support to thousands of displaced refugees from Berhale refugee camp in the north-west of Afar region fleeing ongoing conflict between Tigray and Afar regional states in Ethiopia. A significant number of refugees living at Berhale refugee camp are fleeing to neighbouring woredas as armed conflict and attendant insecurity, including food shortages, worsen in areas bordering Tigray and Afar regional states. The camp was established in 2007 and officially opened in 2009 to accommodate mainly ethnic Afar Eritrean refugees seeking international protection. IOM is deploying operations, registration, and medical staff for each movement. Registration and verification of refugees are conducted before each movement to provide protection support, identify medical referral cases, and cross-check data for documentation purposes in collaboration with RRS and UNHCR. The work to relocate the refugees caught in conflict was made possible with funding from the United States Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM).

    Ethiopia: Scaling up lifesaving response

  • brahim is the community leader and a teacher at Dar-Elsalam where the EU-IOM Joint Initiative rehabilitated a multi-purpose centre. “There were no sports or income-generating activities for the vulnerable families at the centre, which was just an abandoned place. We want our centre to be productive for vulnerable families and youth; we want the centre to provide jobs for them because the country's economic situation has affected them, and we want our centre to provide a variety of activities and different languages.”brahim is the community leader and a teacher at Dar-Elsalam where the EU-IOM Joint Initiative rehabilitated a multi-purpose centre. “There were no sports or income-generating activities for the vulnerable families at the centre, which was just an abandoned place. We want our centre to be productive for vulnerable families and youth; we want the centre to provide jobs for them because the country's economic situation has affected them, and we want our centre to provide a variety of activities and different languages.”

    Assisting Migrant Return and Reintegration in Sudan

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