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IOM Director General Calls for Enhanced Support for Northern Mozambique

Pemba, Cabo Delgado – International Organization for Migration (IOM) Director General António Vitorino is on a three-day visit to Mozambique to assess and support the humanitarian response to ongoing

 

IOM Launches Country Strategy for Mozambique

Maputo – The International Organization for Migration (IOM) today launched the Country Strategy for Mozambique, culminating a development process undertaken jointly with the Government of Mozambique and devel

 

Emergency Funding Released as Nearly 4,000 More People Flee Cabo Delgado

Pemba – Nearly 4,000 people have fled in Palma in northern Mozambique in the past week, pushing the total number of displaced to almost 25,000 according to data collected by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), which this week contributed USD 1.2 million to the res

 

Communities Displaced by Recent Violence in Mozambique Offered Respite, Assistance at New Transit Centre

Pemba – Hundreds of people displaced by recent attacks in Palma, northern Mozambique, have found temporary shelter this week in a transit centre established in Pemba City by the Government of Mozambique with support from the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and part

 

IOM and Post-Cyclone Reconstruction Cabinet Sign Cooperation Agreement

Beira - The International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Post-Cyclone Reconstruction Cabinet (GREPOC) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to strengthen collaboration, provide su

 

IOM Denounces Reprehensible Attacks on Civilians in Mozambique, Delivers Assistance to Thousands

Pemba – The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is deeply concerned about reports of continuing violence in Northern Mozambique that has displaced thousands of people, the majority of whom are women and children, from Palma to neighbouring districts. 

 

 

Humanitarians Respond as Scale of Cyclone Eloise’s Damage is Revealed

Beira – Residents of Beira and surrounding areas are reeling from the impact of Cyclone Eloise, navigating streets waist deep in flood waters littered with debris in some areas, as the scale of the damage becomes more apparent.