IOM South Africa and the Resettlement Support Centre Africa (RSC Africa) based in Nairobi hosted cultural orientations for refugees accepted for settlement to the United States (US) from the 19th of March to the 10th of May
Since its institution by WHO Member States at the World Health Assembly in 2007, World Malaria Day (WMD) has been celebrated on April 25th each year with events aimed at highlighting the continued need for political support
IOM South Africa, in partnership with Wits University Africa Centre for Migration and Society (ACMS), and with support from USAID/ PEPFAR, hosted a national dialogue to discuss progress made in addressing the health and
The award-winning IOM-backed anti-xenophobia film ‘Man on Ground’ will tour four South African provinces as part of an information campaign: ‘Tell Them We Are From Here’ between April 5th - 19th.
IOM South Africa implementing partner, the Agency for Refugee Education, Skills Training and Advocacy (ARESTA) led a peaceful march on the 06th of April 2013 to promote cultural diversity, tolerance, and peace among migrants
PLURAL+ is a youth video festival and has been a joint initiative of IOM Special Liaison Office to the United Nations in New York and the UN Alliance of Civilizations. Each year, PLURAL+ invites young people aged between 9
IOM joined government and other international organizations to launch the 1000 days countdown towards ending the tuberculosis and TB/HIV co-epidemic in the SADC countries at the Johannesburg Radisson Blu Gautrain Hotel on the
In today’s increasingly mobile and interconnected world, migration has become an integral part of the lives of about 215 million international and 740 million internal migrants. It also profoundly affects the lives of their
In today’s increasingly mobile and interconnected world, migration has become an integral part of the lives of over 100 million women . At different stages of their lives, a growing proportion of these women leave their
Regional partners addressing migration and health challenges in Southern Africa convened in Pretoria, South Africa on the 27th of February.
The meeting sought to agree on the Terms of Reference for the Regional Migration and