PROMOTING RESILIENCE AND DURABLE SOLUTIONS
Social, economic, and psychological vulnerability continues to be one of the main drivers of forced migration in Mozambique. IOM will support communities to become resilient, address the negative drivers of migration such as natural disasters, climate change and insecurity, prevent future losses, and strengthen self-recovery capacities. IOM will ensure participation of the most vulnerable groups within activities and local management structures, especially women, children, persons with disabilities and internally displaced persons.
Empower communities in Mozambique to be safe and stable, as well as prepared to withstand and quickly recover from, natural and human-induced shocks.
HUMANITARIAN PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE
Mozambique is among the ten countries most prone to suffering natural disasters and perceiving the slowonset effects of climate change globally. Combined with rising insecurity, humanitarian needs are unpredictable but imminent. IOM will support the Government of Mozambique and other partners to prepare for and swiftly respond to the most immediate humanitarian needs of persons affected by crises, ensuring responses are conducive to early recovery. IOM will ensure that humanitarian assistance reaches and protects the most vulnerable, especially women, children, persons with disabilities and internally displaced persons. The thematic areas under this pillar are a core component of the Migration Crisis Operational Framework (MCOF), which was adopted by IOM Member States in 2012.
Support migrants, displaced persons and communities affected by crises in accordance with humanitarian principles.