|RRF in Sudan 2013 - 2016||
IOM has managed the Rapid Response Fund (RRF) for over 3 years and continues to reach and assist the most vulnerable communities affected by natural disaster, conflict or health epidemic.
This photobook is a visual account of the important work that has been done by the RRF to date.
|Floods situation Updates 2016||
With its wide field presence, IOM-Sudan is closely monitoring the flood situation in its areas of operation across Darfur and South Kordofan. IOM collects humanitarian information related to flood-related movements and reported damage to infrastructure. This information, which is updated weekly, is shared with UNOCHA and other humanitarian responders, facilitating the timely and well-targeted response to affected communities.
|IOM Sudan Mid Year Humanitarian Summary 2016||
IOM Sudan’s Mid-Year Humanitarian Summary for 2016 encapsulates the organization’s humanitarian activities between January and June 2016; which include the provision of assistance to vulnerable populations, the reduction of displaced persons’ dependency on aid, and assisting refugees residing in Sudan to resettle in a third country, as well as Sudanese migrants to voluntarily return home.
IOM Sudan continues this work forward into the remaining months of 2016, effectively fulfilling the needs of IDPs, refugees and returnees in Sudan, and building opportunities to achieve the progressive resolution of displacement, as well as supporting dignified, orderly, and safe migration across Sudan for the benefit of all.
|IOM Sudan Annual Report 2015||
2015 saw an unprecedented number of people on the move, and the increasing prominence and urgency of the migration agenda. Sudan experienced increased attention globally as a country of origin, transit and destination, along the main migratory routes from Africa to Europe. Sudan’s migration challenges center not only on managing irregular migratory flows, but also on how to achieve a progressive resolution to the protracted displacement situations within Sudan, and how to harness the benefits of migration to support Sudan’s development.
|Situation Report on International Migration 2015||
Within the report, three key trends are discussed: (a) regular and irregular migration; (b) forced migration; and (c) mixed migration flows. Demographic and policy data have been compiled through extensive review of data available from a diverse range of sources, while policy recommendations highlight the need to coordinate holistic responses to forced migration across areas, such as health, education, environmental sustainability, labour markets, human capital, remittances and social cohesion.