Early Recovery and Transition

IOM facilitates Government of Sudan (GoS) efforts to end displacement and support durable solutions, by providing communities with the tools to accelerate recovery, transition and socio-economic development.


Registered 40, 263 IDP returnees and analyzed data to assess needs, vulnerabilities and motivations in order to shape early recovery and reintegration assistance.

Promoted income generation for 534 IDPs, urban youth as well as host communities in North Darfur, South & West Kordofan and Blue Nile through vocational training, start-up kits and provision of livestock inputs.

Promoted food security and agricultural income generation for 11,500 persons (2,300 households) through agricultural training and distribution of inputs.

Conducted 655 Labor Market, Health and WASH surveys in West, South and North Darfur States.

Promoted participation, in particular for youth, women and pastoralist communities, through delivery of 2 Building Resources in Democracy, Governance and Elections (BRIDGE) trainings, to 61 participants from Official Bodies, Civil Society, Political Parties, and Media in the 5 Darfur States.

Delivered peacebuilding and conflict reduction training to 930 community members in South & West Kordofan and Blue Nile State.

Trained 81 local State ministry teams in North, South and West Darfur States on Data Collection and Socio Economic Survey Methodology.

Increased access to safe water for more than 78, 500 individuals through motorized systems and for more than 12, 000 individuals through hand pump systems.

Reached Open Defecation Free for more than 28, 400 beneficiaries through latrine construction.

Increased access to the Education and promoted community social cohesion through school construction serving more than 3,400 children across multiple tribal groups.

Promoted community recovery and resilience through construction of social infrastructures such slaughter house, pipelines, women center serving more than 11, 000 conflict affected persons.

Distributed emergency water purification kits to 6,525 persons, preventing water borne diseases.

On the job training provided to 7 WES and MOH technicians to increase capacity in water supply system construction and rehabilitation.

Delivered water source management training to 310 management committees’ members and O&M technician trained in 5 sites.

Delivered Hygiene Campaigns in more than 25 communities, including 750 individuals.