• IOM Sudan Quarterly Newsletter January to March 2016

    IOM in Sudan is committed to addressing gender in its programming as well as through giving equitable opportunities to male and female employees across the organization. Each unit works with gender in mind on project design, implementation and analysis. We have opened two women’s centers, a day care center, delivered on the job trainings, resettled families, provided WASH and health services and distributed ES/NFI kits, all of which have benefited hundreds of thousands of women, with many projects specifically addressing gender related vulnerability and opportunity.


  • IOM Sudan Quarterly Newsletter October to December 2015

    In October 2015, with support from the Norway Ministry of Justice, IOM established a Migrant Resource and Response Center (MRRC) in Khartoum. The centre, the first of its kind in Sudan, provides migrants with medical assistance, counselling, information on the risks of irregular migration and facilitates assisting voluntary return and reintegration to countries of origin.



  • IOM Sudan Monthly Newsletter September 2015

    On September 17th IOM Sudan, in close cooperation and coordination with the State Ministry of Health’s Emergency Preparedness and Humanitarian Action (EHA), conducted one day health and hygiene training in EL-Sereif camp, South Darfur, home to thousands of migrants. The training was a joint response to a recent August outbreak of Acute Jaundice Syndrome (AJS) and an upsurge of scabies cases attributed to poor hygiene.

  • IOM Sudan Monthly Newsletter August 2015

    In close coordination with Government of Sudan (GoS), and partnership with Management Systems International (MSI), IOM Sudan has successfully launched Darfur Monitoring Project (DMP). During pilot phase, monitoring and verification data on health and WASH indicators were collected in West and South Darfur for eight OFDA implementing partners; findings and lessons learned were shared with OFDA and implementing partners and are expected to facilitate improvement in quality of service delivery to vulnerable migrants and affected populations.

  • IOM Sudan Monthly Newsletter July 2015

    IOM Sudan continues to evolve and identify priority areas requiring immediate support and attention, providing a comprehensive approach to addressing needs of all migrants voluntary and forced, internal and international. Areas such as rapid response to forced migrants fleeing insecurity, the challenge of promoting safe returns, as well as being at the forefront of the national dialogue towards the promotion of safe migration and combating human trafficking are high priorities for our mission.