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  • IOM Sudan Hosts Ramadan Iftar

    Sunday 12th of July 2015 International Organization for Migration Khartoum Office organized a Ramadan Iftar for collegues, goverment officials/delegates, local media representatives, partners (both international and national) and friends and family. IOM Sudan would like to thank all those for attending our annual Ramadan Iftar and hope that you enjoyed yourselves, enjoyed your meal and found time to connect with new friends and colleagues.

  • Evacuation flights from Sana’a, Yemen to Khartoum, Sudan continue as situation in Yemen worsens

    The Republic of Sudan has been used as an evacuation hub and humanitarian bridge with a total of 1,347 TCNs thus far evacuated on chartered flights departing from Sana’a, Yemen to Khartoum, Sudan since 12 April 2015. 

  • Japanese Ambassador visits IOM Sudan Projects in North Darfur

    Ambassador of Japan to Sudan H.E. Mr. Hideki Ito has visited IOM projects in Zam Zam displacement camp, North Darfur, which have been funded by the Government of Japan since 2014, these projects focus on breaking the cycle of aid dependency of internally displaced people (IDPs).

  • Lifesaving projects in South Kordofan provide clean water for over 59,000 people in Abu Kershola

    Hassan Adam is a 45 year old male living in Abu Kershola locality in South Kordofan with his wife and 6 children, 3 girls and 3 boys. Abu Kershola has a total population of 59,169.Hassan and his family were originally settled in Abu Ketera, in South Kordofan, however their village was attacked as a result of tribal conflicts, forcing them to move.

  • Displaced Persons Set Up Thriving Businesses in West Kordofan through IOM Assistance

    IOM Sudan collaborated with national NGO partners to provide training on skills and business planning to 207 individuals from 2014-2015. Trainees devised business ideas, among them Hamad, whose proposal was one of 50 that were selected in his state for business start-up assistance. Across the programme, a total of 150 proposals were selected, 50 from each state and provided with start-up kits.

Issues in focus

South Sudanese waiting registration at Kordofan areas

 

Ezibish_Direct Assistance - Wheelchair for Vulnerable case

IOM Displacement Tracking Martix program has been tracking and registering South Sudanese crossing the borders into sudan different states by enabling partners providing Shelter, Food, Health and wash assistance.

 

IOM Migration Management provided several programs through an outreach programme and tailored assistance to individual migrants to improve well-being especially vulnerable migrants who needed counselling and direct assistance.