Voices from Sudan

IOM is committed to serve and assist all migrant and mobile populations including those forcibly displaced, irregular migrants and other vulnerable populations, as well as regular migrants including labour migrants.  In addition to directly reaching hundreds of thousands of beneficiaries through direct aid/assistance and migration services, IOM’s work also benefits individuals, organizations and institutions assisting those populations. IOM’s capacity building and policy development support to relevant ministries, departments and authorities of the Government of Sudan at the national, state and local levels, to NGOs and other Civil Society Organizations and to communities is an essential part of achieving its core objectives and building sustainable outcomes.

IOM Definition of a Migrant

  • (A) IOM defines a migrant as any person who is moving or has moved accross an International border or within a state away from his/her habitual place of residence, regardless of

                  (1) the person legal status; (2) the movement is voluntary or involuntary; (3) what causes the movement; (4) the length of stay.

  • (b) IOM concerns itself with migrants and migration-related issues and, at the request of a State, with migrants who are in need of international migration services.
Stories from inside Sudan

Adressing Acute Watery Diarrhea in South Kordofan

 

 

Finding Peace and a Place to Talk

 

Ermias Yusif resettlement to Canada 

Hawa Adam - El Sereif Mobile clinic beneficiary

       
             
Ismail Eisa - ZamZam IDP Camp Darfur     Nafisa Mohamed -Abu Shouk women's center    Zaki a beneficiary from Zamzam Women’s Center Vulnerable people access to clean water
     

Ahmed's Journey - DTM Beneficiary

 

 

Migrant Resource and Response Centre in Sudan

 

Eritrean Migrants in Sudan

Khadiga Adam Omer - Life as an IDP 

     
             

Meriam - RRF Beneficiary

    Bringing Clean, Safe Water to IDPs   Clean water for over 59,000 people in Abu Kershola

Emergency Health assistance through RRF

     

 

           
From Outside Sudan
 

Dalija from Sudan to Macedonia

    Ibrahim a Migrant from Sudan   Abdalla - A Voluntarily Return home  Emad back to Sudan from Europe