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  • Headquarters

    As the leading international organization for migration, IOM acts with its partners in the international community to assist in meeting the growing operational challenges of migration management; advance understanding of migration issues; encourage social and economic development through migration; and uphold the human dignity and well-being of migrants. Syria Regional Response: IOM has declared the Syria crisis a L3 corporate emergency which facilitates immediate funding for life saving programmes. While this funding needs to be replenished it guarantees increased preparedness and response. IOM has initiated an institutional response, supported by Headquarters and the Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa alongside the deployment of senior specialists and regional technical teams on the ground. To address the deteriorating regional situation, IOM's engagement is prioritizing: *Provision of Emergency Shelter Materials *Distribution of Non-Food Items (NFIs) *Needs Assessments/ Needs Analysis *Emergency Healthcare and Referrals *Transportation: Transport assistance for refugees; Resettlement assistance for refugees; Repatriation of stranded and vulnerable migrants *Livelihood support IOM continues to maintain staff presence and operational capacity in Syria and neighboring states, alongside with close coordination of activities with UN, host governments and partner agencies.

    Phone Number +41.22.717.9111
    Address 17, Route des Morillons,

    CH-1211 Geneva 19,

    Switzerland,

    Tel: +41.22.717.9111,

    Fax: +41.22.798.6150
    Website www.iom.int

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  • International Organization for Migration- Egypt

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  • IOM - Egypt

    Under the Community Health Volunteer (CHV) outreach strategy established under previous projects, IOM Egypt has continued to strengthen the capacity of health service providers to deliver high quality, migrant-friendly health care services and has expanded it to other nationalities. Since the large influx of Syrians coming to Egypt, IOM has now established and trained a CHV network within the Syrian community in Egypt. Currently, IOM supports five CHV networks within the Sudanese, Somali, Eritrean, Ethiopian, and Syrian community. Several trainings have been conducted focusing on community mobilization, delivering health awareness messages, conducting basic counseling, and identifying particularly vulnerable migrants in need of further assistance, including potential victims of trafficking.

    Address 47C Abu El Feda Street,

    Zamalek, Cairo,

    Egypt
    Website www.egypt.iom.int/

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  • IOM - Iraq

    IOM Iraq provides emergency aid, non-food items, camp infrastructure support, and vocational training. Trained IOM teams provide psychological first aid to Syrians and migrants as needed. October 2012, IOM Rapid Response Teams (RRTs) carried out a comprehensive needs assessment of returnee and refugee populations in Iraq. With the assistance of the Slovakian Embassy IOM has also constructed a 21,000-liter water tank that provides clean water to all camp residents.. IOM Iraq's assistance primarily concentrates in the governorates of Duhok and Anbar in addition to technical assistance in Ninewa with the development of a new camp in al Kasek.

    Address UNAMI Compound – Diwan

    Baghdad

    Iraq
    Website www.iomiraq.net/

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  • IOM - Jordan

    In Jordan, IOM provides basic primary health care services, health referrals, tuberculosis (TB) prevention activities and capacity building on TB case management through fixed and mobile medical clinics for refugees crossing the border and host communities as well. IOM's medical team has established a presence in the King Abdullah Park facility in Ramtha and has medically assessed thousands of Syrians including those living with host families. Since mid-August 2012, IOM Amman has been managing the transit/reception facility in Za'atri camp to assist all new refugee arrivals, providing pre-registration and initial health screening and referrals and basic hygiene items as needed. IOM also strengthened the ground transportation system for movement of arriving refugees and migrants from border points, and facilitated the transportation of Syrian nationals to the Za'atri refugee camp. With the rapid increase in the influx of refugees to nearing 4,000 daily, IOM Amman implements 24-hour shifts to meet the demands of the Syrian emergency Crisis. In Jordan, IOM provides basic primary health care services, facilitate health referrals, tuberculosis (TB) prevention activities and capacity building on TB case management through fixed and mobile medical clinics for refugees crossing the border and host communities. IOM\\'s medical team has established a presence in the King Abdullah Park facility in Ramtha and has medically assessed thousands of Syrians including those living with host families.

    Address Telaa al Ali Building 12
    Jordan University Street
    Suhayl Al-Majdoubah Street,
    Amman
    Jordan
    Website www.jordan.iom.int/

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  • IOM - Kenya

    Established in 1951, IOM is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year as the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration. Based in Geneva with 110 offices worldwide, IOM works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental partners to a) ensure orderly and humane migration management, b) promote international cooperation on migration issues, c) assist in the search for practical solutions to migration problems and d) provide humanitarian assistance to migrants in need, including refugees and internally displaced people. In addition to being a country office, IOM Kenya is also the Coordinating Mission for the Horn of Africa countries of Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, and Djibouti. IOM in Dadaab, Kenya works in coordination with its partners to enhance the protection of refugees, driven by the drought and the conflict. It supports the displaced and the host communities through safe and dignified transportation, health assessments and referrals, shelter and livelihood opportunities. IOM in Dollo Ado, Ethiopia also provides refugees with medical assistance, training and emergency health clinics in close coordination with the Administration for Refugee and Returnee Affairs (ARRA) and other agencies working on the ground.

    Address Bole Sub-City, Kebele 02, Erkata Building, African Avenue, Addis Ababa



    Church Road, off Rhapta Road, Westlands

    PO Box 55040 – 00200, Nairobi, Kenya

    Website www.iom.int

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  • IOM - Lebanon

    IOM is assisting newly displaced, vulnerable families in the north and south of Lebanon and in the Bekaa Valley. IOM works to ensure the provision of emergency shelter materials, psychosocial support, as well as NFIs to displaced Syrian and Lebanese returnees, as host communities' resources are increasingly overstretched. IOM particularly focuses on returning Lebanese nationals exiting Syria who arrive without a sufficient social service net, and is currently mapping and profiling 25,000 Lebanese returnees.

    Address Gefinor center,

    Hamra,

    Beirut Lebanon
    Website www.iom.int

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  • IOM - Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa

    Established in 1991 in Cairo, Egypt, IOM's Regional Office for the MENA countries covers Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Yemen, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Iraq. Syria Regional Response: IOM has declared the Syria crisis a L3 corporate emergency which facilitates immediate funding for life saving programmes. While this funding needs to be replenished it guarantees increased preparedness and response. IOM has initiated an institutional response, supported by Headquarters and the Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa alongside the deployment of senior specialists and regional technical teams on the ground. To address the deteriorating regional situation, IOM's engagement is prioritizing: *Provision of Emergency Shelter Materials *Distribution of Non-Food Items (NFIs) *Needs Assessments/ Needs Analysis *Emergency Healthcare and Referrals *Transportation: Transport assistance for refugees; Resettlement assistance for refugees; Repatriation of stranded and vulnerable migrants *Livelihood support IOM continues to maintain staff presence and operational capacity in Syria and neighboring states, alongside with close coordination of activities with UN, host governments and partner agencies.

    Address 47C, Abou El Feda Street,

    11211 Zamalek, Cairo,

    Egypt
    Website www.iom.int

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    • Full Name Ms Rana JABER: Regional Emergency and Post-conflict Specialist
      Email rjaber@iom.int

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  • IOM - Tanzania

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  • IOM - Turkey

    In Turkey, IOM partners with Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) , Prime Ministry Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) and Turkish Red Crescent for the provision of NFIs including beds, mattresses, bed covers, pillows, kitchen sets, tents and container showers. IOM continues to monitor cross-border movements of foreign nationals in close cooperation with the MoFA and is coordinating with UNCT any request from the Government for further assistance in different sectors.

    Address Birlik Mahallesi

    415. Cadde No:11

    00610 Cankaya

    Ankara, Turkey

    Website www.iom.int

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