IOM, Partners Unite to ‘End Malaria For Good’

April 25, 2016 Today, World Malaria Day 2016, IOM joins the World Health Organization, Member States, global health stakeholders and key affected communities in calling for concerted and coordinated efforts to “End Malaria For Good” as reflected in the Global Technical Strategy for Malaria 2016-2030.

IOM Releases Global Migration Trends 2015 Factsheet

April 19, 2016 - IOM’s Global Migration Trends Factsheet 2015 presents a snapshot of the migration trends worldwide for the year 2015, based on migration statistics from a variety of sources.

For more information and figures, see the Global Migration Trends Factsheet 2015:

Migrants Must not be Left out of Efforts to End Tuberculosis

March 24, 2016 IOM is marking this year’s World TB Day by highlighting the critical importance of engaging in productive multi-sectoral partnerships to promote the health and well-being of migrants and mobile populations around the world, and help eliminate tuberculosis (TB).

IOM Director General's Message on International Women's Day 2016

March 8, 2016 - On International Women’s Day 2016, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) reaffirms its unwavering commitment to gender equality and empowerment for the hundreds of millions of women and girls across the globe who have left their homes, whether by force or by choice, and often in search of a better life. Like all migrants, these women and girls demand our attention and must be at the centre of our global development agenda.

The “New Jungle”, a migrant settlement in the port city of Calais, France. August, 2015. ©IOM/Amanda Nero 2015

IOM Calls for Dignified, Orderly Solution to Migrant Situation in Calais

March 4, 2016 - The closure of part of the migrant camp in Calais this week has led to unfortunate violence which puts migrants and refugees at further risk and complicates progress toward a sustainable solution, IOM warned today. IOM views the situation in Calais with concern and urges that immediate measures be taken to protect the most vulnerable migrants and refugees, including women and children in and around the camps, who are at particular risk of being trafficked.