Press Releases

  • More than Two Hundred Thousand US Dollars Allocated for Emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Assisting 11,526 Newly Displaced People in South Kordofan

    With the funding support of USAID/OFDA (Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance), and managed by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Rapid Response Fund (RRF) has allocated a new grant of $212,287.25 USD to Mercy Corps Scotland (MCs) to provide emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene assistance to 11,526 vulnerable and underserved newly displaced populations in Abukershola locality, in South Kordofan State (SK).

  • IOM Supports a Study Tour for Senior Officials from Sudan’s Ministry of Interior to Stand on Rwanda’s E-visa System and Integrated Border Management

    IOM supported a Study Tour from the 24th-28th April 2017 for a delegation from Sudan’s Ministry of Interior to stand on the experience and good practices of the Directorate of Immigration and Emigration of Rwanda’s E-visa system and Integrated Border Management in Kigali, Rwanda. Headed by Lieutenant General Awad Al Neil Dahia Chairperson of the Ministry of Interior’s Passport and Civil Registration Cooperation; the Sudan delegation comprised of 5 additional participants from high ranking positions at the Ministry of Interior and the National Intelligence and Security Services.

  • Sudan’s Federal Humanitarian Aid Commission and the International Organization for Migration Sign a Renewed Two Year Protocol of Cooperation

    The Federal Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Sudan have signed a renewed Protocol of Cooperation to strengthen their collaboration on the organization’s Humanitarian Work Plans for the years 2017 – 2018. The Protocol stands as a general cooperation framework at both Federal and State levels in humanitarian assistance.

  • IOM Rehabilitates a Primary Girls School Serving 600 Students in East Darfur

    To support communities in East Darfur State, IOM with the generous funding support of the European Union, rehabilitated AL-Sadaga Primary Girls School in Abu Karinka locality for 600 students of primary school age. Attending the opening ceremony on the 12th April 2017, were state and local authorities such as the Humanitarian Aid Commission, the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Education and Project Community Improvement Committees as well as pastoral and sedentary community members. 

  • IOM Rehabilitates and Constructs the Biggest Cattle Market in Darfur

    To support communities in East Darfur State, IOM with the generous funding support of the European Union, constructed and rehabilitated the Abu Matarig Cattle Market in Bahr El Arab Locality (Bordering with South Sudan). The establishment of the market aims to foster relationships among communities by facilitating cross-border trade and commerce in order to help revitalize economic activity and prevent conflict. The consturction and rehabilitation of Abu Mararig Market includes new offices, police check points, latrines and fencing constructed by IOM including the in kind contribution of the State Ministry of Finance towards extending the fences surrounding the market area.