20 officers from the Sudanese immigration department completed an introductory level 5 day course on: document security, identification and forgery, Sudanese legal framework, essentials of migration management in Sudan and European Union best practices on tackling irregular migration and cross border crimes.
IOM Completes Basic Level Document Security Training for Khartoum International Airport Immigration officers
The Norwegian Ministry of Justice and Public Security Signs a 479, 616 USD Agreement with IOM to Enhance Protection and Knowledge on the Risks of Irregular Migration in Sudan
The Norwegian Ministry of Justice and Public Security and the International Organization for Migration signed a 4,000,000 NOK (479, 616 USD) Agreement to fund the one year Phase III "Enhancing Protection and Improving Knowledge on the Risks of Irregular Migration in Sudan" Project. This Project will contribute to enhancing the protection of migrants by increasing their access to services and promoting alternatives to irregular migration.
IOM Sudan Completes Stories of Migration Art Workshop to Over 30 Migrants from 8 countries
This year in Khartoum, in commemoration of the upcoming International Migrants Day on the 18th December, with the generous support of the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation; IOM conducted a 5 day Stories of Migration Art Workshop with participation of over 30 migrants from 8 different countries.
IOM Sudan completes a 6-day workshop with over 75 Community Members to Enhance Community Stabilization in Buram and Elradoom, South Darfur
As part of the EU funded “Providing Local Infrastructure and Empowerment for Cross Border Peace and Cooperation (CBPC) within Pastoralist and Sedentary Communities” Project in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Finance and Economic planning; 77 participants came together from different segments of the community to take part in a joint platform of a 6-day workshop aiming to enhance community stabilization through support to local and state authorities.
The United Kingdom Signs a New Agreement with IOM to Support Sudan’s Criminal Justice System in Addressing Human Trafficking
The United Kingdom and the International Organization for Migration signed an agreement to support the Government of Sudan in continuing to develop initiatives that address human trafficking in the country. With funding from the UK, IOM Sudan will work with Sudan’s Ministry of Justice and the Judiciary to enhance the capacity of the criminal justice system by strengthening the investigation and prosecution of perpetrators, while providing a better understanding of the 2014 Anti-Trafficking legal framework to improve institutional coordination on the issue.
Voices from Sudan
From football star to begging on the streets of Khartoum
“The word dream is a big word…it is a word that means so much to every one of us. I dream of being a superstar, I know that I have talents and I want to show the world these talents.”