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"We thank the Government of Mozambique for their collaboration and for taking the lead in the emergency response to Cyclones Idai and Kenneth," said IOM Chief of Mission Katharina Schnoering.
Now in its 41st year, IOM's AVRR program is part of the organization's core mission, and since 1979 it has provided support to over 1.7 million people.
However, as part of the first phase of the data sharing arrangement, IOM and WFP have so far reportedly exchanged the data of more than 100,000 people in Upper Nile and Jonglei states.
The IOM, he noted, has to do its part in correcting the hideously negative narrative about migration.
The IOM Chief of Mission further assured Liberia that his organization has begun lobbying with the European Union and other donor partners to enable Liberia benefit from the EU-Trust Fund geared toward providing support to migration management issues in Africa.
Sri Lanka became an IOM Member State in 1990 and IOM's first office in the country opened in 2002.
In Libya, IOM assists migrants at disembarkation points and in the detention centers by providing humanitarian aid, especially to women and children who are in overcrowded facilities without access to basic assistance and where reports of abuse are widespread.
He added "IOM continually seeks to leverage technology for the benefit of migrants and the governments that are hosting them.
Mother and daughter were able to reunite through the efforts of the missions of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in Cyprus and Somalia.
International Organisation for Migration (IOM) regional director responsible for Southern Africa, Mr Charles Kwenin on February 7 presented his letters of appointment to the Minister of International Affairs and Cooperation, Dr Pelonomi Venson-Moitoi.
The United Nations migrant agency IOM cited its Libya representative as saying that at least 90 migrants were reported to have drowned when a boat capsized off the coast of Libya Friday morning.