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IOM Egypt E-bulletin #12
March 2017
IOM South Sudan Appeal 2017
South Sudan faces an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, with an estimated 7.5 million people in need of relief assistance. Three years into a devastating civil crisis, over 1.8 million people remain internally displaced and millions more are suffering from the impact of war. In 2017, IOM is appealing for over $76 million to continue lifesaving humanitarian operations to reach the most vulnerable individuals across the country. Watch the Video here
IOM Egypt Annual Fact Sheet 2016

IOM Egypt fact sheet provides key information on IOM’s work in the country. The factsheet sheds light on IOM's main achievements througout the year and includes information on our Egyptian and non-Egyptian migrant beneficiaries, as well as an overview of the year’s migration statistics.
Access the Fact Sheet Here
Egypt Workshop Focuses on Harnessing Migration for Development. Read the full story here
Egypt Launches New Counter Migrant Smuggling Project with UK Support. Read more here
Frontline Immigration Officers Roll out Trainings on Passport Examination Procedures. Read the full story here

"While keeping my character as Japanese, I also follow the proverb ‘when in Rome, do as the Romans do’. Actually, ‘when in Cairo, do as the Cairenes do." 
Read Yukiko's full story here.

Read Yukiko's Story Here
Mediterranean Update | 28 February 2017
Missing Migrants Project is a database sharing key data on deceased and missing migrants along migratory routes worldwide focusing on migrant arrivals and fatalities in the Mediterranean region.

Arab Expatriate Exchange | Winter 2017
This quarterly pbulication shares information on and highlights the good work that Arab expatriate associations continue to do within the MENA region.
IOM Regional Response to the Syria Crisis | January 2017
The report is a yearly compilation on mixed migration flows in the Mediterranean and beyond.


 
Mixed Migration Hub Trend Bulletin | January 2017
This bulletin covers mixed migration trends in Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Niger, Sudan, Tunisia, Greece and Italy. 
IOM Middle East and North Africa Regional Strategy 2017–2020
IOM's Regional Strategy for the Middle East and North Africa sets out key objectives to guide IOM’s operations, strategic positioning and policy and advocacy work for the period from 2017 to 2020. While not a summary of the full breadth of IOM programming in the region, the objectives represent priority areas for action to improve the conditions and impacts of migration for individuals and societies, address acute and structural challenges in migration governance, and contribute to meeting international commitments and standards.
 
Read the Full Publication Here
For the latest data on arrivals and fatalities in the Mediterranean, please visit Migration.iom.int/Europe
For the latest data on fatalities worldwide, please visit MissingMigrants.iom.int
For information on mixed migration in, from and through North Africa, please visit MixedMigrationHub.org
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