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Introduction and Needs

As many as 3 million people will need humanitarian assistance and protection in Cameroon in 2017. Boko Haram-related violence has displaced around 200,000 Cameroonians internally and led to an influx of some 74,000 Nigerians in the Far North region. Some 274,000 Central African refugees have sought refuge in the East, Adamaoua and North regions. In total, 2.6 million people in the country are food insecure to the point of crisis or emergency levels. Severe acute malnutrition (SAM) is touching the 2 per cent emergency threshold in one district in the Far North. In 2016, humanitarian actors assisted 722,000 people in Cameroon. Food was delivered to 405,000 people, health services provided to 263,000 people and nutritional support to over 100,000 people. Despite a dangerous and difficult operating environment, this year humanitarian partners reached over 266,000 people with humanitarian assistance in the Far North region. Nevertheless, the threat posed by explosive hazards in this region continues to impede humanitarian access. Without sufficient funding, the lives of 288,000 severely food insecure people and 314,000 girls and boys under 5 years old suffering from severe and moderate acute malnutrition will be endangered. Equally, tens of thousands of children will not go to school and hundreds of thousands of women and men will at the mercy of violence, especially in the Far North region.

In Cameroon, IOM will identify needs and gaps in the humanitarian response through its Displacement Tracking Matrix. In 2017 IOM will respond to the needs of the most vulnerable IDPs, returnees and hosting communities through the provision of psychosocial support, shelter and non-food items, assistance to vulnerable populations at risk of food insecurity through agriculture strengthening and facilitate early recovery through access to short term income generation activities and rehabilitation of community infrastructures in the far north of Cameroon.

Contact Information:   Donor Relations Division Tel: +41.22.717.9111  
Introduction and Needs

The security situation in Chad, especially in the region of Lac been calm in 2016, even if there were sporadic attacks by Boko Haram elements. There were also more than 1,000 surrenders (including family members who surrendered) but claimed that they associated with Boko Haram at one time or the other. The Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) has decided that the reintegration of those militants who surrendered is a responsibility of the Government of Chad and therefore, all humanitarian the agencies were discouraged to provide any reintegration assistance at this stage.

The number of displacement in the region has increased in 2016 due to the continuous military operations  along the borders and as of 31 December, IOM  had registered 103,876 displaced individuals with an approximate additional 20,466 individuals estimated  as  the unregistered displaced persons. In 2016, IOM and WFP demonstrated excellent collaboration where both agencies worked together on collecting data of registered displaced persons. WFP have conducted their SCOPE project based on the IOM database.

However, due to the prolonged military operations, many of the displaced persons are enable to return to their areas of origin. Thus, IOM has been promoting a local reintegration of displaced persons as an alternative to their reintegration. As a result, IOM has obtained authorization to provide land to IOM’s project beneficiaries in the region and has started a project on durable solutions for 180 displaced families at risk of radicalization (857 individuals in total) in the region who have agreed to be locally integrated. They are receiving semi-durable shelter construction and livelihood (Income Generating Activities) activities. To promote social cohesion, IOM is also providing a community projects at the village level for the neighboring villages as well as supporting socialization campaign.

IOM plans to continue providing local integration for other displaced persons, which can act as a transitional assistance between humanitarian and development and is in line with the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) Chad 2017, as well as the UN cluster strategy of Shelter / NFIs / CCCM cluster. Furthermore, this planned intervention includes additional interventions that are in line with IOM’s Migration Crisis Operational Framework and the overall country strategy to address migration issues and initiate development-principled programming to establish the foundations for longer-term recovery to complement its humanitarian programmes.

The prolonged displacement of Chadian returnees from the Republic of Central African Republic (CAR), have not achieved the identification of their durable solutions to date. Furthermore, humanitarian assistance has also decreased from the humanitarian agencies dramatically compared to that of 2015. This situation made the returnees more vulnerable signifying the need for immediate intervention.

In addition, the continuous unstable political situation in CAR has led to continued influx of additional Chadian returnees and refugees into the Chadian territory. In 2016, IOM conducted a verification exercise in 2016 and updated the numbers of the Returnees.  Based on the results of Return Intentions Survey, which was conducted by IOM between February to June 2016, it was reported that 85% of the surveyed returnees wished to remain in their current locations.  The local authorities have started providing verbal authorization to returnees to access to land.

This authorization enabled some returnees to build semi-permanent houses and start a local business. IOM plans to provide local integration of Chadian returnees from CAR which is in line with the HRP Chad 2017 as well as the UN cluster strategy of Shelter / NFIs / CCCM cluster. Furthermore, this planned intervention will include additional interventions that are in line with IOM’s Migration Crisis Operational Framework and country strategy to address various migration issues and initiate development-principled programming to establish the foundations for longer-term recovery, Community Stabilization to complement its humanitarian programmes.

In order to increase the national capacity in Chad, IOM also commits to play a role in cluster coordination (shelter / NFI / CCCM cluster) as a co-lead as well as in the cluster activities of Protection cluster as a cluster member. IOM plans to transfer its expertise in cluster management to local NGOs and authorities in the field to build their Emergency preparedness and local capacities. Furthermore, IOM plans to provide training of trainers for local and religious leaders in psychosocial first-aid skills as this type of capacity does not exist in rural areas of Chad.

Note: the projects below are in line with the Niger Humanitarian Response Plan 2017 (January - December 2017) developed by the Humanitarian Country Team. 

Achievements
  • IOM Chad registered 66,635 displaced persons in the region of Lac via the Displacements Tracking Mechanism ( DTM) in 2016. IOM also registered a total of 103,876 displaced persons since 2015.
  • IOM Chad provided psychosocial support to 27,152 individuals who are affected especially in the LAC crisis.
  • IOM Chad and UNHCR as the lead and co-lead of the Shelter / NFIs / CCCM cluster has provided CCCM training to  161 participants including the cluster member agencies, local government and representatives of displaced communities.
  • IOM Chad has also trained 14 key programme colleagues (including one IOM CAR colleague) on progressive peace resolution for the displacement situation framework.
Contact Information: Mr. Martin Ocaga, Chief of Mission, mocaga@iom.int. Mr. ACHOUR Idriss (IACHOUR@iom.int) Website:  hhtp://chad.oim.info/  
International Staff:  5
National Staff:  89
IOM Offices: Country Office: N’Djamena Sub-Offices: Abeche, Farchana, Tissi, Haraze-Magnegne, Goré and Bagasola.
Introduction and Needs

Protracted and severe droughts in the past two decades induced by climate change have led to a significant deterioration in living conditions of vulnerable Djiboutians, compounded by a climate that is already one of the harshest in the world. This has taken a toll on the population’s ability to cope, adapt, and generate sufficient household income, further eroding their already limited resilience. All regions across Djibouti have been affected by El Niño bentween  the end of 2015 and middle of 2016. Yet, agro-pastoral livelihood areas in the North-West and South-East were the hardest hit. , As of November 2016,  more than 159,000 people are estimated to be experiencing food insecurity due to the drought, including some 46 per cent of the total rural population of Djibouti.[1] In addition, chronic stressors such as the lack of basic health care as well as water and sanitation services, limited provision of safety nets, high food prices and structural poverty, further exacerbate the humanitarian situation. The estimated number of individuals in need of humanitarian assistance in Djibouti and cross border communities as a result of El Niño is unclear. However, in February 2016, more than 3,000 Ethiopian migrants from the Somali region forcibly migrated to Goubetto area and Ali Sabieh district as a result of the severe drought. IOM along with FAO, UNICEF, WHO and WFP received support from CERF to assist these very vulnerable populations.

As of November 2016, Djibouti is hosting 24,265 registered refugees and asylum seekers from Somalia, Yemen, and Ethiopia. This number has recently increased due to the political tension and violence in Ethiopia. Djibouti receives daily around 400 irregular migrants from Ethiopia to Djibouti alone. Refugees and migrants have put additional pressure on scarce resources and hampered the overall access to livelihoods, water and sanitation as well as health services in the country.

The most critical protection needs for migrants are in the areas of food, WASH, transportation, documentation and shelter. There are instances where migrant women and children have to resort to begging, and are exposed to risk of exploitation and abuses, including trafficking. There is also a need to expand support to migrants along the entire migratory route as protection needs increase when stranded migrants reach Obock from Yemen. There is a need to monitor irregular migration influx in order to understand the extent of the flows and ensure to provide humanitarian assistance to migrants as well as victims of trafficking with assistance, including access to counselling about legal resources and to inform them about their rights. Extreme vulnerable groups such as unaccompanied migrant children (UMCs), children and caregivers in extreme vulnerability need immediate multi-sectoral protection. IOM continues to provide support in Djibouti through the IOM’s Migrant Response Centre (MRC) in Obock.

[1] IPC Analysis November 2016 based on latest FSMS of October 2016.

Achievements
  • IOM assisted more than 5,000 stranded migrants in Obock and evacuated from Yemen with food, NFIs and medical support;
  • Most of these migrants requested for IOM support under the Assisted Voluntary Program and were assisted;
  • IOM assisted around 3,000 El Nino migrants from Ethiopia temporarily forcibly displaced in Goubetto region due to severe drought and with serious medical needs.
Overall Targeted Beneficiaries: 34,750 migrants in need
Contact Information: Ms Lalini Veerassamy, Chief of Mission, lveerassamy@iom.int.  
International Staff:  1
National Staff:  22
IOM Offices: Country Office: DJibouti; Sub-Offices: Obock
Introduction and Needs

Conflict, insecurity, political instability and a collapsing economy will continue to plague Libya in 2017. Currently 1.3 million Libyans, refugees, migrants and asylum seekers urgently need humanitarian assistance. Affected people have little or no access to life-saving health care, essential medicines, food, clean and safe drinking water, shelter and education. Meanwhile landmines, explosive hazards, and the proliferation of small arms and light weapons impede safety and security in Sirte, Benghazi and other locations across the country. In 2016, despite a highly insecure environment and very limited funding, international humanitarian organizations were able to provide assistance. As of October 2016, humanitarians were able to provide 300,000 people with medicines and medical supplies. Food was distributed for 114,000 beneficiaries; shelter and NFI materials were distributed to 56,000 people; and 53,000 vulnerable people benefited from WASH activities. Child protection and psychosocial support services were provided and protection interventions were carried out on behalf of some 75,000 people. As many as 66,000 refugees, asylum seekers and migrants were assisted. The 2017 humanitarian plan focuses sharply on life-saving support through safe and dignified access to health services and essential medicines, and through basic social services such as food, water, hygiene, sanitation, shelter and education. Failure to provide funding would leave almost 1 million people without the most basic humanitarian assistance. Without support, 439,000 children will be deprived of psychosocial support, community based child protection services and community reintegration to overcome the trauma caused by gender-based or other violence.

In 2017, IOM aims to continue the provision of life-saving multi-sectorial services to meet the needs of the most vulnerable migrants in Libya through the provision of food, shelter and non-food items, health, protection, WASH and humanitarian repatriation. IOM will provide displaced Libyans with psychological first aid and referral services, humanitarian assistance through the provision of non-food items and provide reintegration packages to vulnerable returnees and communities of return. Through its Displacement Tracking Matrix IOM aims to further enhance the effectiveness and coordination of the delivery and targeting of humanitarian assistance through collection and provision of evidence-based information on population movements and needs.  

Contact Information: Donor Relations Division Tel: +41.22.717.9111  
Introduction and Needs

The 2012 crisis in Mali has had a considerable impact on the country’s migration dynamics. More than half a million people were displaced within the country as well as seeking refuge in neighboring countries. As of December 31, 2016, the Commission Mouvement des Populations (CMP) had registered 36,690 internally displaced people and 474,231 returnees. This figure reflects the important waves of return recorded in Mali since the highest number of IDPs was reached in June 2013 with a total of 353,455. In response to the 2012-2013 displacement crisis, IOM has implemented emergency operations aimed at providing direct assistance to affected populations. In light of the fast changing displacement dynamics in Mali, IOM has gradually adjusted its approach to also respond to the longer term needs of returnees. To address the changing needs of beneficiaries, IOM has and continues to provide support to the Government of Mali through the tracking and monitoring of displaced population, the provision of protection assistance, as well as emergency assistance in shelter, Non Food Items (NFI), potable water, health, hygiene and sanitation. As a response to the 2014 waves of return and an overall return to stability, IOM has implemented a number of community stabilization and durable solutions projects aimed at offering populations with the opportunities to remain in their regions of displacement or return.

Moreover, IOM in Mali is providing technical and logistical assistance to the Government of Mali and other counterparts to reinforce their capacity in the fields of border management, counter-trafficking and irregular migration.

IOM is an active member of coordination mechanisms in Mali including through the Protection, WASH, Early Recovery and Heath clusters. Furthermore, IOM holds the co-lead of the Shelter cluster as well as that of the Commission on Population movements (CMP). Along with other UN Agencies and under the leadership of the Resident Coordinator, IOM is an active member of the UN Country Team with which it continues to promote integrated and joint approaches among UN partners. 

Note: the projects below are in line with the Mali Humanitarian Response Plan (January - December 2017) developed by the Humanitarian Country Team. Furthermore, IOM has included additional interventions that are in line with IOM’s Migration Crisis Operational Framework and country strategy to address migration issues and initiate development-principled programming to establish the foundations for longer-term recovery to complement its humanitarian programmes.

Achievements
  • IOM provided protection assistance, including direct psycho-social support and referral to 6, 483 beneficiaries in Timbuktu region, among which 243 minors.
  • In terms of health assistance, IOM reached 8,158 beneficiaries in Timbuktu region.
  • IOM distributed 708 NFI kits to and 662 shelters.
  • IBM provided 7 trainings and trained a 152 people, among which 132 police officers on border management. The unit also built 2 border posts in Gogui (border with Mauritania) and Sona (border with Burkina Faso).
  • IOM supported the rehabilitation of basic social infrastructures in 5 communities in Gao, Menaka and Timbuktu regions through its violence reduction programmes (CVR), benefiting more than 40.000 community members.
  • 390 youth-at-risk received access to vocational training under IOM CVE programme.
  • IOM supported IGAs to 346 IDPs, returnees and vulnerable host communities members in Gao and Timbuktu. 
Contact Information: Mr. Bakary Doumbia, Chief of Mission, bdoumbia@iom.int. Mr. David Coomber, Programme Coordinator, dcoomber@iom.int. Website: www.mali.iom.int Tel: +223 20 22 76 97  
International Staff:  14
National Staff:  45
IOM Offices: Country Office: Bamako; Sub-Offices: Mopti, Gao and Timbuktu
Introduction and Needs

Niger is one of the least developed countries in the world, with the poorest socio-economic and development indicators (188/188 UNDP HDI 2016) and the highest demographic growth (average 7.6 children per woman). Instability in neighboring countries (notably Mali, Libya and Nigeria), as well as internal conflict in certain regions in Niger, periodic drought and flooding, and the establishment of the ECOWAS free movement area, are all factors shaping the migratory movements that affect Niger as both a country of origin, transit and destination.

The Nigeria crisis in 2015 continues to affect population living along the lake Chad region in Niger, namely in the Diffa region in the east of Niger where the local population also accommodates refugees and returnees. These additional populations weigh heavily on the already stretched resources and basic social services in this part of the country.

The situation became more complicated in February 2015 when Boko Haram sect started to directly attack people living in the Diffa region which was not previously the case. In 2016 there was an increase in attacks on villages and towns in the Diffa region by Boko Haram sect which caused a massive internal displacement problem in the region that led to massive humanitarian needs.

The end of 2016 and early 2017 have seen a more stable context with a decrease in violence from Boko Haram, which is a direct result from the interventions of armed forces of neighboring countries. Regardless, during this period, the Diffa region has experienced a limited number of returns. The displaced population is, as of December 2016, estimated at 241,564 individuals. This data is provided by Direction Regional de l’Etat Civil – DREC, the only entity in Niger mandated to publish data on displacement.

Nevertheless, the humanitarian community as well as local authorities and leaders remain vigilant as retaliations from Boko Haram could erupt at any moment and result in more internal displacement of persons. The humanitarian community estimates that, for the year 2017, 55,000 households or 385,000 individuals in the region of Diffa are in need of humanitarian assistance.

IOM since 2013 has been present in the Diffa region to provide assistance to the displaced population from the Boko Haram conflict. IOM’s participation is through the Shelter and Non-Food Items (NFI) working group in the region. In 2017, IOM is the co-lead of this working group together with the local government; Ministry of Humanitarian Action and the Management of Disasters (Ministre de l'Action Humanitaire et de la Gestion des Catastrophes) of Niger both nationally and locally in Diffa. In this working group are also Ministre de l'Intérieur, de la Sécurité Publique, de la Décentralisation et des Affaires Coutumières et Religieuses, UNHCR, UNICEF, IRC, Plan International, Care, Acted, CRS, Save the Children just to name a few UN and international organizations.

In addition to emergency response, IOM is also working to counter violent extremism (CVE) in the region through a small grants as part of a community stabilization program called the Niger Community Cohesion Initiative (NCCI). NCCI works with key leaders to build resilience in the face of the Boko Haram threat in communities where poor civic engagement, youth marginalization and ethnic conflict has advanced the group’s influence and recruitment.

The response for Diffa this year is focused on community stabilization through income generating, capacity building, and community engagement activities and both natural (floods etc.) and man-made (internal displacement resulting from the Boko Haram conflict etc.) disasters for the region.

Note: the projects below are in line with the Niger Humanitarian Response Plan 2017 (January - December 2017) developed by the Humanitarian Country Team. Furthermore, IOM has included additional interventions that are in line with IOM’s Migration Crisis Operational Framework and country strategy to address migration issues and initiate development-principled programming to establish the foundations for longer-term recovery to complement its humanitarian programmes.

Achievements
  • IOM assisted 7,477 households or 52,339 individuals (refugees, returnees, IDPs, host population) affected by the Boko Haram violence with emergency shelters in the Diffa region.
  • IOM distributed 9,589 NFI kits that served 67,123 individuals (refugees, returnees, IDPs, Host population) affected by the Boko Haram violence in the Diffa region.
  • IOM implemented over 40 CVE related activities (income generation, infrastructure, youth engagement, and capacity building) serving 86,692 individuals in Gueskerou, Chetimari, Diffa, Maine Soroa, and Kablewa Communes.
  • IOM cultivated 28 partners in CVE programming ranging from traditional leaders, to local authorities and civil society organizations
  • IOM assisted in establishing a network of over 300 influential individuals organized in 31 committees throughout the region committed to fighting against Boko Haram. The network engages in counter VE messaging, conducts NCCI-led initiatives, shares security related information and best practices in CVE, and has started independent community projects in income generation and youth engagement.
  • In 2016 IOM contracted local NGO ADED and international NGO CISP for the operationalization and execution of activities related to the profiling, distribution and realization of emergency shelters and NFI in the region of Diffa
  • IOM trained local NGO ADED staff on data collection methodology and targeted distribution methodology for direct implementation of targeted beneficiary selection and distribution
Overall Targeted Beneficiaries: 45,000 refugees, 94,000 IDPs, 15,000 returnees, 23,000 host community, 3,000 other vulnerable groups
Contact Information: Mr. Giuseppe LOPRETE, Chief of Mission, gloprete@iom.int ; Mr. Alberto PREATO, Program Manager: MRRM and Emergencies, apreato@iom.int   Website:  http://www.iom.int/countries/niger   
International Staff:  39
National Staff:  96
IOM Offices: Country Office: Niamey; Sub-Offices: Diffa
Introduction and Needs

In North-Eastern Nigeria, the intensification of attacks, as well as the counter-insurgency activities of the Nigerian Government, have resulted in prolonged insecurity and endemic violations of human rights, exacerbating the plight of vulnerable civilians and triggering waves of forced displacement. 1.77 million people remain displaced in Nigeria, and displacement will continue to be a significant factor in 2017. The majority of these people were displaced at the height of the conflict in 2014 and 2015, when Boko Haram claimed large tracts of territory across in North-East Nigeria, most severely affecting Borno State; the epicenter of military operations and civilian displacement. As several areas become accessible, the security situation in North-Eastern Nigeria is expected to remain fragile.  Over 80 per cent of Borno State is considered to be areas of high or very high risk for humanitarian actors to access, which in turn limits access to vulnerable communities. However, while humanitarian needs of vulnerable populations in the North East of Nigeria are increasingly addressed, it is urgent to ensure that their mid and longer term needs are equally addressed through the recovery of the community, especially as the crisis becomes protracted. Many displaced households found assistance and shelter in host communities, where they live with scarce resources in communities already marked by high rates of poverty and need for humanitarian assistance. Moreover, given the protracted nature of the crisis, humanitarian needs in North-East Nigeria are spiraling with a consequent rise in inter-communal tensions.

IOM Nigeria’s humanitarian interventions currently  exist within the following four main components: a) provision of reliable data on displacement through the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) across six states in Nigeria; b) provision of direct assistance to affected populations through the distribution of non-food items and emergency shelter coordination and programming (ES/NFIs) as well as displacement management and support (CCCM) in affected states; c) construction, operation and maintenance of Water and Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) facilities; and d) promotion and protection of the psychosocial wellbeing of individuals affected by insurgents activities in conflict-affected states.

In support of the Government of Nigeria’s leadership, IOM’s partners include National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), and State Emergency Management Agencies (SEMAs), the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Ministry of Budget and National Planning, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development. As a member of the United Nations Country Team (UNCT), IOM works in partnership and implements common projects with UN agencies such as United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), World Food Programme (WFP), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) and World Health Organization (WHO), and international organizations and NGOs such as the Nigerian Red Cross Society (NRCS) and the Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) to expand support to the displaced population and victims of ongoing conflict in North East Nigeria.

Note: the projects below are in line with the 2017 Nigeria Humanitarian Response Plan  developed by the Humanitarian Country Team. 

 

Achievements
  • In 2016, IOM biometrically registered 475,360 individuals (134,046 households) in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States. IOM has also started its biometric registration activities in the newly accessible areas to the affected population where have been registered in Bama, Monguno, Ngala and Nganzai. This registration of the vast majority of affected population will also benefit indirectly the humanitarian actors, as it will provide more detailed information and will advise and support the humanitarian response. Moreover, DTM is now able to reach 23 LGAs in Borno (85% coverage), 21 LGAs in Adamawa (100% coverage), and 17 LGAs in Yobe (100% coverage).
  • IOM reached 119,847 affected population through essential non-food items and emergency shelter support, including NFI distribution in host communities, and construction or reinforcement of shelters and emergency shelters in affected areas. IOM has also implement WASH activities, benefitting more than 376 families with safe drinking water.
  • The Psychosocial Support Program has also scaled up, increasing its team up to 103 PSS mobile team members, bringing MHPSS activities to 95,204 beneficiaries in more than 22 camps and host communities in Maiduguri, 14 sites in Adamawa State and to camps in the newly accessible areas such as Bama, Banki, Benisheik, Dikwa, Gwoza and Pulka (Borno State). 
Overall Targeted Beneficiaries: 1,101,200 beneficiaries
Contact Information: Ms. Enira KRDZALIC, Chief of Mission, EKRDZALIC@iom.int. Mr. Fouad DIAB, Emergency Programme Coordinator, fdiab@iom.int.   
International Staff:  22
National Staff:  27
IOM Offices: Country Office: Abuja FCT; Sub-Offices: Bauchi, Maiduguri and Yola; Presence in Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba and Yobe.
Introduction and Needs

Pakistan is a disaster prone country and is listed amongst the top 10 countries in Asia-Pacific exposed to river flood risks.[1] Transboundary river-basin floods occur annually with large scale impacts, in particular affecting poor and vulnerable populations that are dependent on agriculture.  Since 2010, over 37 million people in Pakistan have been affected by flash, riverine and Glacial Lake Outburst flooding (GLOF), that have damaged or destroyed more than 3 million houses and displaced more than 17 million people.[2] Owing to heavy rains, inflows from swollen mountain rivers and glacial melting, Pakistan experiences mild to extreme flooding every year during July – September, affecting residents of riverbanks or katcha areas., Pakistani territory is also placed on 11 regional fault zones and borders an extremely earthquake prone central Asian region that has experienced 269 seismic events since 26th October 2016.[3] During 2015, two major disasters damaged a combined total of 199,786 houses in Pakistan, both through the monsoon-induced flash flooding and GLOF in July-August and the 7.5 magnitude earthquake in October originating from Badakhshan province in North-East Afghanistan.[4]

In the context of complex crises in the North-West, 399,365 internally displaced families have returned to areas of origin in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).[5] As compared to previous years, the returns in 2016 were the most significant returns. This was led by the government with the support of the humanitarian community. Nevertheless, as a result of prolonged displacement and insecurity, much of the physical and social infrastructure is destroyed in areas of return and great efforts are required for recovery and rehabilitation. The progress during 2016 on returns means the focus of humanitarian operations in 2017 will shift to the return areas. However, a significant number of families remain displaced, 70,588 families as  of January 2017, and will continue to require humanitarian support.[6]

Pakistan has been host to over 3 million Afghani nationals for more than 3 decades starting from the 1980s – this includes over 2 million Afghan refugees and 1 million undocumented Afghans. 2016 witnessed a sharp increase in the spontaneous return of undocumented Afghans as well as registered refugees due to various socio-political developments on both sides of the border. Deportations associated with security measures put in place by the Government of Pakistan (GoP) have also multiplied since November 2016. During 2016, over 253,000 undocumented Afghans returned to their homeland[7] matched by a similar number of registered refugees (381,275 individuals).[8] According to the Commissionerate of Afghan Refugees (CAR), another 700,000 Afghans (both refugees and undocumented migrants) are expected to move across the border in the coming two years. As per present estimates, the country hosts approximately 1.3 million registered refuges and 600,000-700,000 undocumented Afghan nationals.

From 2005 – 2016, IOM Pakistan has implemented humanitarian, resilience building and rehabilitation programmes worth approximately US$ 280 million, supporting populations affected by natural disasters and complex crises across the country. Ongoing humanitarian projects include the Multi–Year Humanitarian Programme, a Department for International Development (DFID) funded consortium together with UNICEF, FAO, ACTED and HANDS. This consortium has been formed to deliver integrated, multi- sector and cost-effective preparedness, response and recovery programming for natural disasters so to build local capacities, meet life-saving needs and support community-level recovery in a way that enhances resilience to future shocks.

IOM Pakistan’s humanitarian unit is undertaking a comprehensive evaluation of shelter recovery designs implemented between 2010 and 2012. On-going research includes evidence-based recommendations on flood-resistant shelter typologies and technical shelter guidelines. The findings will be compiled to produce a Construction Guide for resilient shelter options in the flood plains of Pakistan.

IOM Pakistan has deployed border monitors at Torkham and Chaman to track border crossing, collect information regarding return intentions, evaluate critical needs and vulnerabilities, and disseminate information on available humanitarian assistance for the returning populations. In parallel, interventions being discussed with various stakeholders include technical support to government of Pakistan and Afghanistan for issuance of documentation to undocumented Afghan nationals, border management support, transport and/or cash assistance for returning populations, regular flow monitoring across border and assessment in host communities.

Note: the projects below are in line with the 2017 Humanitarian Strategic Plan developed by the Humanitarian Country Team. Furthermore, IOM has included additional interventions that are in line with IOM’s Migration Crisis Operational Framework and country strategy to address migration issues and initiate development-principled programming to establish the foundations for longer-term recovery to complement its humanitarian programmes.

 

[1] United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific (ESCAP) (2015) ‘Disasters in Asia and the Pacific: 2015 in review’, internally circulated. According to the World Resources Institute (2015), Pakistan accounts for 12% of the global population exposed to river flood risks. The percentage (12% for Pakistan) is derived using stats for Pakistan (0.71%) and stats for rest of the world, which is 5.69% and calculated as: 0.71/5.69=12.

[2] Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) (2016) ‘Humanitarian Needs Overview: 2016’.

[3] PMD Presentation, internally circulated

[4] Data for Floods 2015 and Earthquake 2015 have been extracted from the official website of the Natural Disaster Management Authority (NDMA). Data for flood affected populations in Sindh is absent from the official data. 

[5] IDP Return Factsheet | UNHCR | 31 January 2017.

[6] 2017 Humanitarian Strategic Plan |  

[7] IOM Afghanistan | Afghan Returns Sitrep | January 2017

[8] OCHA – Weekly Afghan Return Snapshot | 13 January 2017

Achievements
  • During 2016, the Natural Disasters Consortium[1] completed floods and earthquake response for 67,901 and 37,296 beneficiaries respectively. 45% of the support provided was multi-sector assistance comprising of Shelter, WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) and FSL (Food, Security and Livelihoods) activities. In addition, recovery activities targeting families that received emergency response aid started in year 2016. The Consortium reached 45,863 individuals through early recovery programming (78% of which is multi-sector recovery support).
  • National preparedness plans were supported through the roll out of multi-sector preparedness trainings in 7 districts of Pakistan that are also identified as priority districts under the government’s National Disaster Management Plans (NDMP). In preparation of the upcoming monsoon season, 4,500 emergency shelter/NFI kits and 9,000 WASH stocks for 13,500 families have been strategically prepositioned in the North and South of the country. Additionally, financial resources have also been allocated to maintain flexibility in response based on the nature of the disaster, geographic location and on ground needs.
  • As the sector lead agencies for Shelter, WASH and FSL in Pakistan are members of the consortium, programme activities are designed based on best practices and lessons learnt from previous responses. Programme activities (preparedness, response and recovery) are also closely coordinated with relevant government and humanitarian counterparts, including clusters/sectoral working groups, national and provincial disaster management authorities. Further, the consortium actively seeks partnerships with other sector/clusters (including Health, Nutrition, Protection and Community Based Disaster Risk Management) and DFID-funded organizations/consortia (Building Disaster Resilience in Pakistan) operating in disaster-prone areas to ensure complementarity in activities and optimal use of resources. The Humanitarian Communications (HComms) programme rolled out a variety of communication activities targeting displaced and returning population of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA affected by complex crises. During 2015-2016, the programme reached more than 80,000 individuals through critical communication support including 5,233 awareness raising sessions, 55 radio campaigns broadcasted, 37 newspaper advertisements and over 370,000 IEC (Information, Education and Communications) materials printed and disseminated to IDPs and returning population.
  • IOM Pakistan participated in a cross-regional study to collect data on Migration Flows from Afghanistan and Pakistan towards Europe. The study will contribute towards mapping of geographical hubs of migration within Pakistan, together with the profiles of the people who are most likely to migrate. The database developed as a result of this study will guide programmes in both host and origin country to support the migrants and migration process more effectively.
  • The Pakistan Security Awareness Induction Training (PSAIT) programme trained 207 humanitarian aid workers (133 men and 74 women) in various security and safety trainings throughout Pakistan.

 

[1] The Natural Disasters Consortium is a four year (2015-2019) disaster preparedness, response and recovery programme funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID). The Consortium is led by IOM and includes UNICEF, FAO, ACTED and HANDS. 

Overall Targeted Beneficiaries: 2,200,201 individuals (excludes 500 humanitarian aid workers from PSAIT Programme)
Contact Information: Mr. Davide Terzi, Chief of Mission: dterzi@iom.int, Ms. Ammarah Mubarak, Humanitarian Operations Manager: amubarak@iom.int. Tel: +92 51 2307841-57   
International Staff:  11
National Staff:  175
IOM Offices: Country Office: Islamabad; Sub-Offices: Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Mirpur and Sukkur; Presence across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa/Federally Administered Tribal Areas, Sindh and Punjab
Introduction and Needs

While Somalia continues to be on a positive political trajectory after decades of political turmoil, this has not led to improvements in the humanitarian situation. Humanitarian vulnerabilities are increasing and acute vulnerability levels remain high due to conflict, displacement, poor basic services, food insecurity, malnutrition and climatic variability. The previously estimated 5 million people in need of humanitarian assistance has increased to 6.2 million out of a total population of 12.3 million as a result of severe drought conditions and warnings of a possible famine. This includes a sharp increase in the number of people in “crisis” and “emergency” from 1.1 million to nearly 3 million. While prior to the worsening of drought conditions, Somalia had an estimated 1.1 million IDPs, between December of last year and March 2017, reportedly over 600,000 persons have been displaced as a result of the drought according to data compiled by IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM).[1] There are further over 363,000 acutely malnourished children in Somalia, of which 71,000 are severely malnourished. It is estimated that 4.5 million people are in need of urgent Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services.

In 2017, humanitarian partners in Somalia will prioritize saving lives, protection for the most vulnerable, basic services, strengthened resilience and durable solutions. The Somalia Operational Plan for Pre-Famine Scale up of Humanitarian Assistance targets 5.5 million people through a multi-sector response to the deteriorating drought conditions. If we fail to respond, vulnerable population members will be at increased risk of displacement, loss of livelihoods and disease. Millions will be unable to access safe water and primary health care and may die from preventable diseases such as cholera and measles. IOM will continue to respond to the needs and vulnerabilities of populations in crisis as identified by the DTM as well as other populations in need. IOM’s multi-sectoral assistance in Somalia includes: shelter and non-food items (NFIs), WASH, health, food security, protection, camp coordination and camp management, technical capacity building and working with local stakeholders to identify and implement durable solutions for populations affected by displacement. IOM will focus on providing lifesaving assistance in response to mass displacement and humanitarian situations as a result of conflict, cyclical climatic events, forced evictions and mass returns of refugees and migrants from Kenya, Saudi Arabia and Yemen. IOM will enhance resilience of crisis affected communities against future shocks and drivers of instability through viable livelihood support, infrastructure development/rehabilitation, and capacity building of local authorities. Beneficiaries of IOM response will include drought-affected communities, IDPs, returnees, migrants, refugees, pastoralists, host communities, as well as victims of human trafficking.

IOM will continue implementing its interventions in Somalia in close cooperation and collaboration with government partners, UN agencies, and local NGOs, and will coordinate its interventions through active participation in the Protection, WASH, Health, Shelter/NFI, and Food Security Clusters.

Note: the projects below are in line with the 2017 Somalia Humanitarian Response Plan developed by the Humanitarian Country Team. Furthermore, IOM has included additional interventions that are in line with IOM’s Migration Crisis Operational Framework and country strategy to address migration issues and initiate development-principled programming to establish the foundations for longer-term recovery to complement its humanitarian programmes. For more details on IOM’s drought response, also see the IOM East and Horn of Africa Drought Appeal (April – December  2017).  

[1] This number is based on multiple sources, including the Protection and Return Monitoring Network (PRMN), Jubaland Refugee and IDPs Affairs (JRIA) and Puntland Ministry of Interior’s IDPs Affairs Department (IAD)

Achievements

In 2016:

  • In total, 915,662 IDPs and their host community members have received direct humanitarian services from IOM. The services include: free and quality primary healthcare services through 12 Ministry of Health/IOM health facilities; safe and clean water through 11 strategic boreholes; non-food items, food security interventions and protection of livelihood assets.
  • In 2016, IOM rolled out the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in seven districts (five regions) across Somalia, identifying 430,062 displaced persons in 181informal IDP settlements as well as living among host communities.
  • IOM supported 2,520 Somali returnees fleeing the conflict in Yemen with onward transport assistance. On 6 November 2016, in partnership with IOM Yemen, IOM Somalia successfully organized sea evacuation of 127 Somali nationals (55 females and 72 males) from Aden (Yemen) to Berbera sea port in Somaliland. 
Overall Targeted Beneficiaries: 1,050,700 beneficiaries
Contact Information: Mr. Gerard Waite, Chief of Mission, GWAITE@iom.int @iom.int; Mr. Sam Grundy, Stabilization and Transition Coordinator, SGRUNDY@iom.int; Jennifer Pro, Drought Response Coordinator, JPRO@iom.int, Website:  http://ronairobi.iom.int/somalia  
International Staff:  29
National Staff:  89
IOM Offices: Country Office: Mogadishu; Support Office Nairobi; Sub-Offices: Hargeisa, Bossaso, Garowe, Kismayo, and Baidoa
Introduction and Needs

Despite a nation-wide cease fire that went into effect on 30 December 2016, humanitarian needs remain acute inside Syria. The conflict continues to affect civilians with attacks on populated areas and civilian infrastructure, violations of IHL and Human Rights Law, and use of siege as weapon of war. According to OCHA, more than 13.5 million people are in need of some form of humanitarian assistance, including about 6.3 million people who are internally displaced.  OCHA estimates that as many as one million people could be temporarily displaced at least once during 2017 across various areas in the country.

 Millions of Syrians face increasing difficulties in meeting their basic needs. 7 million people are unable to obtain the basic food required to meet their needs. Four in five people no longer have access to safe water or adequate health services. One in three children are now out of school, and a further 1.4 million are at risk of dropping out. Some 4.6 million people in need are living in besieged (643,780) and hard-to-reach areas (3.9 million).

IOM's whole of Syria operations are integrated within the OCHA-led coordination structure in Damascus, Gaziantep and Amman, as well as at the regional Whole of Syria level. Activities proposed under this action are part of the priorities set in the Humanitarian Response Plan (draft HRP 2017). 

Note: the projects below are in line with the 2017 Humanitarian Response Plan and the Syria Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO 2017) developed by the Humanitarian Country Team. 

Achievements

In 2016: 

  • A total number of 376,765 displaced and affected individuals have benefited from the provision of core relief items and improving of shelter conditions through repair of damaged houses and distribution of shelter kits.
  • 51,151 individuals have been provided with primary health care, including support for individuals with disabilities.
  • Almost 900 persons have benefited from IOM facilitations by evacuating either Syrians internally to safe areas, or third country nationals (TCNs) to their homelands (732 internally evacuated/ 177 TCNs).
  • A total of 8,105 direct beneficiaries have benefited from Early Recovery & Livelihood activities, including business development services such as vocational training, distribution of in-kind grants, and Cash-for-Work  CFW activities related to block production.
  • Around 30 beneficiaries were reached through capacity building trainings (Psychosocial for Shelter Managers Skills).
  • IOM Jordan provided 1279 trucks to transport humanitarian assistance from UN agencies and their NGO partners through the Ramtha crossing-point.
  • IOM Jordan send direct shelter and NFI humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable populations in the governorates of Dar’a and Quneitra, reaching 100,243 individuals in 2016, with 4,000 Shelter Sealing-Off kits installed and 13,600 NFI kits (including winterization, clothing, sleeping bags and standard NFI kits) distributed. 
  • IOM cross-border operations from Turkey addressed the most urgent needs for basic goods and shelters of over 264,000 vulnerable individuals affected by the Syria Crisis through the provision of NFIs, winterization items and tents.
  • IOM supported Syrian communities’ efforts to enhance the resilience through various initiatives including individual livelihood support, schools rehabilitation, shelter rehabilitation, waste collection activities and cash-for-work scheme. Over 50,000 individuals benefited from the diverse resilience project activities.
Contact Information: Syria Crisis Coordination team, scc@iom.int, Tel: +41 227 179 946    
International Staff:  32
National Staff:  264
IOM Offices: IOM Offices: Damascus (Syria), Gaziantep (Turkey), Amman (Jordan)

  Logistics and Emergency Telecommunications

  • Provision of Transport Assistance and Relocation of Congolese Refugees from Temporary Receptions Centers to the Refugee Camp in Lovwa
    Amount Requested: USD 1,869,438.00 Amount Received: USD 100,000.00
    Objective:
    Provide transportation from the borders to transit centers and relocation assistance to refugees from the temporary center of Cacanda and Mussungue.
    Beneficiaries: 50,000 Angolan refugees

  Shelter and Non-Food Items/CCCM

  • Assisting crisis-affected populations in order to support sustainable return to the neighborhoods of Kaga-Bandoro
    Amount Requested: USD 892,573.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    This project aims to assist populations affected by manmade and natural disaster in the neighborhoods of Kaga Bandoro by facilitating the rehabilitation and reconstruction of homes coupled with vocational training to provide durable solutions both to IDP, returnee and host communities.
    Beneficiaries: 7,594 IDPs (2,531), returnees (2,531) and host communities (2,531), inclduing 3,797 female and 3,797 male, of whom are 1,898 children and 759 elderly
  • Early Recovery Assistance to IDPs, Returnees & Host Communitiesin the Central African Republic
    Amount Requested: USD 4,213,360.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The proposed project Early Recovery Assistance for displaced persons, returnees and host communities in the Central African Republic (CAR) aims at assisting sustainable (re)integration and return of the displaced populations to their areas of choice. It also aims at augmenting the resilience capacities of host communities in settlements where internally displaced people (IDPs) are, de facto, integrated after prolonged periods of displacement.
    Beneficiaries: 4,000 IDPs (1,500), returnees (1,500) & host communities (1,000), including 2,000 female and 2,000 male
  • Registration and Return Assistnace to Bangui IDPs
    Amount Requested: USD 350,045.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The proposed project aims at providing durable return solutions to IDPs, returnees and host communities in Bangui, to contribute to building government capacity inthis regard and to protect most vulnerable people.
    Beneficiaries: 5,400 IDPs (1,850), returnees (1,850), and host communities (1,700), including 2,700 female and 2,700 male, of whom 1,400 are children and 500 elderly
Humanitarian Response Plans
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Early Recovery and Livelihoods

  • Support to the Sustainable Return and Reintegration of IDPs in Mali
    Amount Requested: USD 2,330,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Improve the living conditions of return communities to facilitate dignified and sustainable return and reintegration of IDPs by supporting community-driven basic social infrastructure rehabilitation, providing temporary employment to unqualified IDPs, returnees and host communities, supporting the creation and training of local infrastructure maintenance committees, and providing IGA to vulnerable IDPs and returnees. 
    Beneficiaries: IDPs, returnees and host community members, including 1,500 for temporary employment, 1,000 IGA, and 100 local committee members

  Health

  • Assessing and responding to health needs of internally displaced persons (IDPS) and returnees affected by the 2012 conflict in northern Mali through mobile clinics
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Identify health gaps and needs in communities of high return and provide free access to primary health assistance to IDPs, returnees and host communities through the deployment of mobile clinics.This will be done by conducting health needs assessments, rehabilitating and equiping health centers and hand over to the ministry of health, and conducting mobile clinic outreach and referrals in areas with high number of IDPs and returnees. 
    Beneficiaries: 16,000 IDPs, returnees and host communities

  Protection

  • Protecting vulnerable IDPs, Returnees, and Host Communities in Mali through the identification of specific vulnerabilities and basic needs, and the provision of psychosocial assistance and referrals
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide protection assistance to the most vulnerable persons affected by the conflict through direct support and referral to partner organizations and or existing mechanisms. Activities will include: i) provision of quality psychosocial support to conflict-affected children including those associated with armed groups; ii) provision of holistic assistance (medical, psychosocial, socio-economic reintegration, schooling, and accommodation) to victims of gender-based violence affected during the conflict; iii) reinforcing and/or putting in place mental health and psychosocial support services for women and girls affected by the conflict; iv) sensitizing the war-affected persons and host communities on conflict management relating to access to goods and natural resources; v) putting in place favourable conditions for reintegration of displaced persons, returnees, and repatriates, in order to provide initial support to vulnerable individuals; and vi) conducting training and awareness sessions on conflict management and self-protection.
    Beneficiaries: 300 direct beneficiaries from IDPs, returnees and host communities
  • Protecting vulnerable Internally Displaced Persons, Returnees, and Host Communities in Mali through the identification of specific vulnerabilities and basic needs, and the provision of psychosocial assistance and referral
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Improve the conditions of vulnerable IDPs and returnees through the provision of psycho-social assistance by providing direct psycho-social assistance and referral to vulnerable IDPs and returnees, supporting the capacity of local protection structures, and reinforce existing referral mechanisms. 
    Beneficiaries: 4,200 vulnerable IDPs and returnees, 210 local protection structures, 252 local authorities and civil society actors
  • Reinforce protection of IDPs and returnees in Mopti, Tombouctou, and Kidal regions
    Amount Requested: USD 650,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The overall objective of the intervention is to reinforce and facilitate access to protection services by IDPs and returnees in Mopti, Tombouctou, and Kidal regions. Activities will include: i) carry out 4 DTM surveys; ii) produce 4 DTM reports; iii) profile IDPs, returnees and repatriates to identify their needs to allow proper intervention by humanitarian agencies; iv) train data collection agents to properly identify vulnerable cases; v) provide mental heath and psychosocial support on need basis; vi) refer serious cases to specialized agencies for proper consultation and assistance and vii) provide NFIs to the most vulnerable cases.
    Beneficiaries: 300 direct beneficiaries from IDPs, returnees and host communities
  • Supporting the Government of Mali to track & monitor the movement of IDPs and returnees through Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To better address and respond to the needs of vulnerable IDPs and returnees in Northern Mali by facilitating the distribution of up-to-date displacement data and address urgent protection needs. This includes support for the GoM to produce and distribute DTM reports to the humanitarian community, support the GoM to conduct IDP profiling exercises and analyze and produce data, and provide emergency protection assistance trainings to DTM agents (GoM). 
    Beneficiaries: 168 DTM agents at National Directorate for Social Development, 2,100 vulnerable IDPs receiving emergency protection assistance or referral, 7,200 vulnerable IDPs profiled

  Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene

  • Improving Access to Water and Sanitation in Areas with High Concentration of IDPs and Returnees
    Amount Requested: USD 2,450,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Address water and sanitation needs of most vulnerable IDPs, returnees and host communities in areas affected by the conflict in the North. Raise awareness and sensitize people, specifically women about water borne diseases and promote improved behavior related to the use of water. This will be done through the rehabilitation and Construction of Water points,  training of Community water point mechanics, hygiene promotion campaigns, and distribution of hygiene Kits. 
    Beneficiaries: 40,000 IDPs, returnees and host communities

  Emergency Shelter and Non-food Items

  • Assessing and responding to shelter and Non Food Items needs of IDPs, returnees, and the vulnerable in northern Mali.
    Amount Requested: USD 3,580,000.00 Amount Received: USD 112,550.00
    Objective:
    Assess the shelter and NFIs needs of IDPs, returnees and host communities in areas of high return, Provide shelter solutions and emergency shelters and NFI kits. This will be done through a Shelter & NFI DTM assessment, provision of shelter solutions (shelter design, planning, rehabilitation), and provision of NFI kits (blankets, plastic sheeting, sleeping mat, kitchen sets). 
    Beneficiaries: 50,000 IDPs, returnees and host communities

  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

  • Improve access to WASH in areas of high concentration of IDPs and Returnees
    Amount Requested: USD 2,450,000.00 Amount Received: USD 850,000.00
    Objective:
    Improve and increase access to water and sanitation in highly populated return areas. Activities will include: i) rehabilitation of water wells; ii) rehabilitation of boreholes; iii) provision of training on the use and management of water sources in a sustainable way. The management team will be mixed, with both men and women; iv) training committed community members in carrying out basic repairs of the water sources; v) sensitization of the local communities on care and maintenance of the water sources and their environments; vi) procuring and distribution of WASH kits to at least 500 families; and vii) provision of water treating chemicals to render the well water potable and train the users on its applications.
    Beneficiaries: 11,640 individuals from IDPs, returnees and host communities
Migration Crisis Operational Frameworks
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • National GIS mapping of potential evacuation centers , and structural appraisal of pre-identified Evacuation Centers.
    Amount Requested: USD 350,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide base line data to lay the foundation for planning and managing displacement at the onset of disaster. The assessment results will lead the NDMO and its partners to select suitable facilities that meet the minimum criteria to be listed as an evacuation center. Vulnerable communities of Vanuatu will benefit through the NDMO€™s improved displacement management capacity with better preparedness planning to assist the vulnerable communities during the onset of disaster through its well-coordinated, well-managed precautionary evacuations before disaster to provide safe shelter during disaster and link the affected communities to response and recovery. 
  • Provision of training and technical support related to mass evacuation, camp coordination, and camp managementfor population displaced by earthquake in Mongolia
    Amount Requested: USD 100,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Improve camp coordination, camp management and contingency planning capacity for displacement and mass migration scenarios. Activities: (1) a national training workshop for fifty NEMA and the Mongolian Red Cross (MRC) officials focusing on mass evacuations in the case of earthquake, and camp management, (2) National disaster evacuation guidelines will be reviewed, and Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs) will be developed for  three main cities (Ulaanbataar, Darkhan, Erdnet) to prepare evacuation contingency plans, and (3) Pilot the national guidelines and create contingency plans for selected Ulaanbaatar districts.
    Beneficiaries: Urban populations at large in the three main cities (Ulaanbataar, Darkhan, Erdnet) affected in the event of an earthquake, and at least 50 nominated NEMA and LEMA representatives from target municipalities

  Early Recovery and Livelihoods

  • Conflict prevention and post-crisis recovery through community stabilization
    Amount Requested: USD 4,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The objective is to strengthen social cohesion and stability among displaced and returned populations, their host communities and communities of origin through information and awareness-raising sessions for the populations concerned, by supporting the communities through socio-cultural activities to promote knowledge sharing and social cohesion among displaced, returned and host communities by strengthening the economic capacities of the populations concerned by the creation of income-generating activities and providing assistance to basic education and the health of women, children and adolescents. The action will be implemented in four of the most affected border provinces of Rutana, Makamba, Muyinga and Ruyigi. 
    Beneficiaries: 50,000 individuals (10% IDPs, 50% returnees, 40% host families beneficiaries). At least 60% of beneficiaries are women
  • Improved resilience in migration-affected communities in Androy Region.
    Amount Requested: USD 350,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Most vulnerable households from 25 migration-affected communities have access to livelihoods that supports their resilience and community stabilization. Based on the data collected through the first DTM report, IOM will identify 25 communities most affected by migration and/or most at risk of being affected by migration with consideration of other multi-sectorial needs and service provision gaps highlighted by the DTM report. In each of these communities, IOM will select 10 heads of household, for participation to the resilience-building programme of livelihoods assistance. The nature of assistance will be guided by the imperative to support the household€™s own recovery, and broader community stabilization effort, and will be the result of a collective decision of the community through the community-based dialogues. Livelihoods assistance may include distribution of agricultural inputs and materials (including drought-resistant seeds, crop protectant, etc.), restocking of livestock, and promotion of income generating activities (including targeted skills development and distribution of startup kits). 
    Beneficiaries: 250 household (1,250 individuals for an average of 5 persons per household), and indirect beneficiaries include the populations and authorities in 25 communities most affected by migration in the Androy Region

  Emergency Telecommunications

  • Logistics and Telecoms for refugees from DRC
    Amount Requested: USD 250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00

  Food Security

  • Building the Resilience of Vulnerable Communities through Sustainable Livelihood Activities
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project targets displaced and returned populations, their host communities and communities of origin affected of acute food insecurity in the in four (4) of the most affected provinces of Rutana, Makamba, Muyinga and Ruyigi. IOM's livelihood response includes increasing the capacity of households to generate income through agricultural production, sustainable services to support the health of livestock, and vocational training and skills to facilitate start-up activities and businesses. IOM's livelihood programming includes assistance to both farmers and pastoralist communities. Farming communities are supported through the provision of training on farming techniques to stimulate integrated forms of agriculture as well as enhance household food security. Access to improved animal health care for pastoralists is improved through training of Community Animal Health Workers (CAHWs). Both pastoralists and farmers have been negatively affected by protracted conflict and natural disasters, and have been severely affected by the below average rainfall as a result of the El Niño phenomenon in 2015, causing delayed planting as well as lack of pastures.
    Beneficiaries: 50,000 individuals (10% IDPs, 50% returnees, 40% host families beneficiaries). At least 60% of beneficiaries are women
  • Provide immediate access to food for the most vulnerable while addressing the underlying causes of food insecurity and vulnerability
    Amount Requested: USD Amount Received: USD
    Objective:
    Provide emergency assistance to address immediate food needs of vulnerable households and protect rural livelihoods through provision of crop and livestock inputs.
  • Providing emergency food assistance to drought- and conflict affected communities
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To enhance households and community assets through ensuring food security and protected and/or improved access to food for vulnerable individuals and households (HHs) living in food insecure areas.  Productive assets and capabilities will be maintained and/or improved for vulnerable individuals and households living in food insecure areas and localized food shortages among vulnerable families in the Highlands and Milne Bay regions affected by drought will be reduced. 
    Beneficiaries: 20,000 individuals, including 4,600 women, ,235 men, 4,688 boys and 7,477 girls

  Health

  • Conducting a comprehensive health needs assessment among refugees, migrants and host communities in Northwest Tanzania
    Amount Requested: USD 50,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The proposed health needs assessment seek to assess and document the current health needs, service delivery gaps and barriers of access to health care services among migrants€™ population and host communities in Northwest Tanzania. The activities will include recruitment and training of the assessment team and carry out of institutional mapping/health facility assessment focusing on the available health services; in-depth interviews focusing on selected key informants in the sites; and focus group discussions with men and women, representing different categories of migrants as well as members of the host communities.
    Beneficiaries: The assessment will lead to development of health promotion and assistance for beneficiaries as outlined below
  • Emergency psychosocial mental health and psychosocial support at border entry points
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Capacity building for Tanzanian medical staff to providing emergency psychosocial assistance and medical assistance, in particular to victims of gender-based violence. The medical personnel will be able to undertake Psychological First Aid (PFA), lay counselling, and identification and referral. The objective is to provide specialized immediate emergency assistance for arriving women, girls, boys, and men who have fled their homes and become victims of assault or other such crimes with severe physical and psychological consequences. Prior to departure to the refugee camps, IOM€™s trained health practitioners will counsel the survivors to bring their cases to the attention of specialized agencies providing longer-term assistance in the camps, and refer them to the existing care providers upon arrival.
    Beneficiaries: 1,000 (estimated 750 girls and women, and 250 boys and men; estimated 80% children under 18)
  • Enhancing health promotion and assistance to migrants and host communities in the Northwest Tanzania
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 25,000.00
    Objective:
    The health assistance project aims to address the health needs of individual migrants as well as the public health needs of host communities by assisting governmental and non-governmental partners in the development and implementation of robust of health promotion and disease prevention interventions. The activities will include capacity building of heath and non-health services providers, health service delivery, and awareness raising and demand creation activities. 
    Beneficiaries: 230,000 individuals, including refugees, migrants, and host communities in Kigoma, Kagera and Mwanza regions of Tanzania. The estimated gender breakdown is 50% men and 50% women, with around 60% of the beneficiaries under the age of 18.
  • Health support for refugees from DRC
    Amount Requested: USD 450,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00

  Multi-Sector

  • Emergency response for internally displaced persons and capacity building for Government and NGOs
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    (i) roll out the Displacement Tracking Matrix in Port Villa and 22 affected outer islands; (ii) support the construction of safer cyclone shelters with the provision of technical trainings; (iii) referral of needs of IDPs to relevant clusters and provision of last-resort life-saving NFIs and assistance as required.
    Beneficiaries: 6,500 IDPs and government partners (5,041 women and 2,714 girls, 5,684 men and 3,061 boys)
  • Response and Emergency Preparedness to provide Alternatives to Irregular Migration in Behaira Governorate (REPAIR)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Health: (1) Provide training to NGOs and CSOs, medical professionals and management professionals on emergency response for rescue at sea, and (2) support the refurbishment of health and sanitation facilities for reception and emergency response in the Behaira governorate.  Protection:  Awareness raising on the risks of irregular migration will be facilitated in key strategic localities in the Behaira governorate and relevant surrounding areas.
    Beneficiaries: Total: 5,290. Ishrakat Amal Team: 10, Children and youth: 2,800, Students: 1,400, Medical professionals: 300, Emergency response managers: 240, CSOs and volunteers: 240, Migrants : 500, Families of irregular migrants lost at sea: 40
  • Transportation, Shelter and Livelihood Assistance for the anticipated 100,000 new arrival Somali Refugees in Dollo Ado camp and Transition/Recovery and durable solution support
    Amount Requested: USD 14,666,667.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Safe lives and recover from shocks for refugees and IDPs in Ethiopia by providing (1) safe and culturally appropriate transitional shelter to refugees, (2) safe and humane transportation and border evacuation, (3) alternative livelihood and income generation opportunities for refugees and host communities, and (4) support the government of Ethiopia and its humanitarian partner address protracted displacements through provision of durable solution: policy advocacy and development.
    Beneficiaries: 100,000 Somali refugees, 10,000 host communities and 676,649 IDPs

  Protection

  • Assistance to drought-affected migrants
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Assistance will be provided to address basic protection needs to migrants affected by induced displacement due to environmental changes such as the severe drought experienced in February 2016. Assistance includes improved, continuous and equitable access to safe water, adequate sanitation and basic hygiene ensured for the most vulnerable pastoralists displaced children and families.  
    Beneficiaries: 10,000
  • Border Management for Emergency-Preparedness and Response to assist vulnerable populations across borders in time of crises
    Amount Requested: USD 2,204,280.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To equip national law enforcement and border authorities with knowledge and skills in operational procedures in time of crises to assist migrants with a variety of vulnerabilities and protection needs. The activities will include registration and collection of data on migration flows through electronic capturing, border posts infrastructure rehabilitation, enhancement of knowledge on migrants' rights for officials and communities through trainings and sensitization campaigns in cross-border areas.
    Beneficiaries: 200 border and law enforcement officials, 40,080 from host communities (6,814 men, 9,619 women, 9,619 boys and 14,028 girls)
  • Natural Disaster and Climate Change Related Migration (2017-2018)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,100,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To support the government of Mongolia and other actors to minimize the impact of climate change and natural disaster forced migration where possible, plan proactively for future climate or disaster-induced migration, and provide direct support to vulnerable migrants in the Ger districts of Ulaanbaatar and Darkhan city.In cooperation with relevant authorities at the national and local level and counterparts (UN, NGOs, civil society), the proposed intervention aim at reducing the risk of displacement from climate change and natural disaster impacts through prevention/adaptation, preparedness, response and recovery measures. Activities: (1) Map and analyse past migration flows and  impact at both community and individual level, conduct technical modelling of future climate change and disaster induced displacement and migration trends, and organize high-level dialogue and conduct training on the nexus between urban planning and migration. (2) Provide information on how to access services, conduct social cohesion campaigns, provide training on livelihood skills and small grants for income generating activities, provide return and reintegration support and address other needs. 
    Beneficiaries: 150 officials and 6,500 vulnerable migrants, directly or indirectly targeted, in highly impacted provinces, migrants in the Ger districts of Ulaanbaatar and Darkhan and host communities
  • Psychosocial Support throughout Humanitarian Demining process
    Amount Requested: USD 150,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The objective of this intervention is two-fold 1) to support the GoC to design and pilot emotional recovery strategies in the municipality of Briceño, Department of Antioquia for people affected by landmines in new areas where humanitarian demining processes will be carried out; and 2) To conduct training of trainers and community members on mine risk education, including specific training for children.
    Beneficiaries: 30 families and 15 community members as trainers

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Durable Solutions to Internal Displacement in the Diffa Region
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    1) Roll out the Return Intention Survey (RIS) across all IOM assisted sites in Diffa region. This will inform the Durable Solutions strategy and provide insights on how to achieve durable solutions to internal displacement in Diffa.  2) support displaced families with a return assistance package including shelters and reconstruction assistance as well as livelihood initiatives for families who are expressing their interest in returning to their village of origin. 3) Provide psychosocial support to vulnerable families identified during the RIS and enable referral of Protection cases to specialized agencies/partners. IOM will assist the most urgent cases of displaced persons and returnee with specific protection needs. (Such as trauma, victims of violence, etc.). The beneficiaries will receive psychosocial care and benefit from tailored assistance according to their needs. 
    Beneficiaries: 10€™ 000 households / 70,000 IDPs with the Return Intention Survey, 1,500 households / 10,500 IDPs with the return assistance packages, and 100% of all identified cases for psychosocial support
  • Establishment of temporary shelter facilities in the provinces of Guantanamo and Holguin
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    1) Help establish and improve temporary shelter capacities at governmental institutions and private dwellings. 2) Provide basic livelihood kits to families staying at governmental institutions and private dwellings. 3) Supply toolkits for the construction and improvement of temporary facilities. 4) Support capacity building for technicians, builders, and the general population so that they can get involved in the construction of temporary shelter facilities.
    Beneficiaries: 3,747 people at shelters
  • Providing life-saving relief items to vulnerable populations in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao
    Amount Requested: USD 3,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide life-saving assistance to typhoon-prone communities by distributing emergency shelter kits and non-food items to the most vulnerable displaced communities. 
    Beneficiaries: 20,000 most vulnerable families (100,000 persons)
  • Resilience and Mobility in Zambézia
    Amount Requested: USD 2,250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project aims to empower communities; to improve food security and self-resilience; build resilience to disasters by ensuring access to livelihoods, access to land tenure and access to services.
    Beneficiaries: More than 1,800 vulnerable families in five communities affected by drought and floods in Zambézia
  • Response to Shelter and NFI needs of communities displaced by conflict and natural disasters in Kenya
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide life-saving assistance to communities displaced by conflict and drought in counties experiencing shortages of water and high levels of social unrest. To respond to Shelter and NFI needs for persons displaced by both conflict and natural disasters, the following activities will be undertaken: 1) The prepositioning of 25,000 NFI kits countrywide to allow for a shorter response time in distributing NFI kits in the event of conflict of natural disasters; 2) The distribution of NFI kits during emergency response i.e. conflict and natural disasters; 3) The initiation of coordination meetings to re-activate the nine Shelter and NFI Clusters in the country.  
    Beneficiaries: 150,000 displaced individuals and including 15,000 members of host communities. 2,500 representatives from national and county governments, non-state actors and development partners.
  • Strengthening Humanitarian Response Capacity in South East Niger through Displacement Tracking, Monitoring and Information Dissemination
    Amount Requested: USD 825,000.00 Amount Received: USD
    Objective:
    To contribute to improved humanitarian response to displacement caused by conflict through enhanced displacement tracking, monitoring and information dissemination. Currently in the Diffa region the government through the Direction Regional de l€™Ã‰tat Civile et des Réfugies (DREC-R) is the only entity allowed to publish figures on displacement. These figures published provide just numbers per locality with no real analytical data. With the DTM IOM aims to assist the DREC-R in collecting and publishing more humanitarian orientated data that can feed the clusters/working groups present in the Diffa region with more analytical/ needs orientated data to orient/guide their responses. The activities proposed are: 1) Improvement of data collection tools (questionnaires etc.), 2) Capacity reinforcement for data collection (they don€™t have enough staff to collect data in all areas of Diffa because of budget constraints), and 3) Data analysis and dissemination. 
    Beneficiaries: Directorate General of civil registration (Direction G̩n̩rale de l۪Etat civil et des r̩fugi̩s, DEC-R), Directorate Regional of Civil registration (Direction R̩gionale de l۪Etat Civil, DREC), Departmentale directorate (DDEC)

  Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene

  • Ensuring access to safe drinking water and promoting good hygiene practices
    Amount Requested: USD 400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 400,000.00
    Objective:
    To provide drought affected communities access to high quality potable water, sanitation facilities, and information on good hygiene practices through consolidating emergency community and environmental health responses and promoting global best practices in sanitation and hygiene. 
    Beneficiaries: 37,200 individuals (6,000 households), including 17,856 women and 19,344 men
  • Facilitating the Recovery of IDPs through WASH Support
    Amount Requested: USD 100,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to improved longer term health conditions in communities of return and relocation.
    Beneficiaries: 800 households
  • Rehabilitation of multi-use water distribution systems and strengthening of community structures in provincial and district risk management with emphasis on water management processes
    Amount Requested: USD 900,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support the provincial office of the National Institute for Disaster Management (INGC) in Maputo to address long term sustainability plans in support of communities to mitigate the impact of the drought that makes communities dependent on water trucking, a situation that exists in all the province with more than 26,500 individuals in this situation. 
    Beneficiaries: 8,783 persons from two districts (Moamba and Namaacha) in Maputo province
  • Response to Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene needs
    Amount Requested: USD Amount Received: USD
    Objective:
    Restore access to sufficient water of appropriate quality and quantity to meet basic needs, provide access to critical WASH related Non-Food items, with a focus on the most vulnerable families in the targeted areas, and increase awareness of safe hygiene and sanitation practices, with a focus on participatory health and hygiene education and water conservation.  
  • Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene support for refugees from the DRC
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00

  Health and Nutrition

  • Provide access to life-saving essential nutrition and health services, strengthening community-based management of acute malnutrition, diarrhea diseases and preventive health services
    Amount Requested: USD Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To protect the nutritional status of vulnerable children under the age of five, pregnant and lactating women from deterioration, provide life-saving nutrition treatment to all children affected by acute malnutrition, conduct continuous monitoring and disease surveillance to allow for early warning and early action, and ensure prompt case management of diseases aggravated by the drought.
    Beneficiaries: 500,000 people

  Disaster Risk Reduction

  • Supporting disaster-risk reduction through the promotion and adoption of safer construction practices in Vanuatu
    Amount Requested: USD 553,097.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of toolkits and technical trainings on safer construction techniques at the community level. Activities will include: (i) a survey to learn, identify, analyze and improve the local and vernacular construction methods used throughout the affected areas; (ii) a Training of Trainers to establish teams of trainers per affected province; (iii) training and mentoring communities and relevant authorities to promote the dissemination and adoption of safer construction practices in the long term.
    Beneficiaries: 9,000 IDPs and cyclone affected population (2,925 women and 1,575 girls, 2,925 men and 1,575 boys)

  Shelter and Non-Food Items/CCCM

  • Land and Property Support, Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition
    Amount Requested: USD Amount Received: USD
    Objective:
    Throughout 2017, IOM will continue to work together with the Government of Ecuador to provide comprehensive and durable solutions for population displaced by the earthquake in the sector mentioned above. Further details on specific projects can be obtained directly through the IOM mission in Ecuador.
  • Providing emergency assistance to disaster and conflict affected communities
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 3,000,000.00
    Objective:
    To address the needs of conflict-affected communities and communities affected by El Niño-induced droughts, floods and landslides in Jiwaka, Enga, Oro, Morobe, and Simbu provinces through timely provision of emergency shelter, medical assistance and non-food items (NFIs) to vulnerable households as well as those newly displaced.  
    Beneficiaries: 150,000 Individuals (24,193 households), including 78,000 man and 72,000 women

  Coordination and Common Services

  • Improved humanitarian data collection, displacement monitoring, and information management in Southern Madagascar.
    Amount Requested: USD 250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To improved humanitarian data collection, displacement monitoring, and information management with the intent to enable a more effective and evidence-based crisis response in Southern Madagascar. To achieve this IOM will develop DTM tools unique to the local needs and context. In addition to developing the aforesaid tools IOM will roll out a DTM Training and Training of Trainers module targeting BNGRC and local DRM actors, actors who will through the support of IOM contribute to data collection exercises. IOM will produce and publish DTM reports providing information in terms of. Each of the DTM reports will be shared across local and national DRM stakeholders to enable more effective planning across the Androy region
    Beneficiaries: 50 central and local DRM actors

  Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building

  • Building resilience of communities to climate change in high migrant sending areas of Zimbabwe
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    This project will lead to increased mechanisms for strengthening community-stakeholder interactions and dialogue on climate change issues and priorities for action, migrant populations in climate risk prone areas are protected and capacitated to anticipate, respond and bounce back better, graduating from vulnerability to resilience, improved capacity by migration affected communities to absorb and adapt to environmental and climatic shocks and hazards, increased environmental and energy solutions secured through innovative community responsive public-private partnerships, and networks and rights of people affected by climate change induced migration strengthened. 
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 IDPs (2,500) and host communities (2,500) (3,000 women, 2,000 men), including 2,200 children and 800 elderly
  • Effects of climate change on human mobility and vulnerable populations in the Northern Triangle of Central America
    Amount Requested: USD 150,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support the incorporation in public policy related to climate change of human mobility and displacement by emergencies in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras (Also Nicaragua). Activities: Exploratory research, workshops and regional fora. 
    Beneficiaries: Indirectly vulnerable population: Man, Women, children, adolescents, elderly, and others partially affected by the effects of climate change in the Northern Triangle of Central America.
  • Enhancing Community Based Climate Change and Disaster Management in the Marshall Islands
    Amount Requested: USD 3,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,014,250.00
    Objective:
    Through participatory and culturally appropriate decision making support community members and leaders in emergency evacuation shelter operations management and establishment of disaster committees, inclusive of the essentials of humanitarian assistance training and basic first aid and CPR.
    Beneficiaries: Target 39 communities in 17 local government jurisdictions
  • Expanding Local Capacities in CCCM and DRR at the Sub-National Level
    Amount Requested: USD 780,000.00 Amount Received: USD 780,000.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to Indonesia€™s efforts to reduce vulnerability and enhance resilience of communities to natural disasters through building a replicable model at the local level where an effective partnership is forged between local government, communities, civil society and the private sector. This objective will be achieved through the establishment of DRR forums on national and sub-national levels where disaster management plans, contingency plans and other disaster management issues are being discussed and appropriately addressed. 
    Beneficiaries: 2,500 officials and staff of BNPB and Ministry of Social Affairs at national and sub-national level (direct beneficiaries)
  • Increasing Awareness and Improving Access of Urban Households to Risk-Sharing Mechanisms to Increase Preparedness and Bolster Resilience in the Event of Future Disasters
    Amount Requested: USD 800,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to disaster risk reduction and disaster preparedness among urban populations in Kathmandu Valley. To mitigate risk and increase resilience in the event of future disaster through a private/public partnership that will provide insurance coverage to homes based on adherence to building codes by home owners; to improve understanding and increase access of urban households in selected municipal wards of Kathmandu valley to relevant financial products responding to their housing preparedness needs.
    Beneficiaries: 48,600 urban individuals and eight organizations
  • Monitoring and Enhancing Water Quality in Micronesia
    Amount Requested: USD 250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To hold trainings on the use of Reverse Osmosis Units (RO Units) in FSM, expand on Government efforts to monitor water quality and implement sustainable forms of water purification.   
    Beneficiaries: Training of 20 individuals on RO Units and water quality and purification
  • Monitoring and Enhancing Water Quality in the Marshall Islands
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 50,000.00
    Objective:
    To hold trainings on the use of Reverse Osmosis Units (RO Units) in RMI, ultimately expanding on Government efforts to monitor water quality and implement sustainable forms of water purification.   
    Beneficiaries: Training of 50 individuals on RO Units and reach 9,000 beneficiaries for water quality and purification
  • Rainwater Harvesting Improvement and Capacity Building in Micronesia
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 90,000.00
    Objective:
    The objective is to improve rainwater harvesting systems in vulnerable atolls to help meet immediate and long-term water-related needs in FSM, particularly in outer islands.  The project will make use of a tested community-based approach to the rainwater system improvements which involves education and capacity building.  
    Beneficiaries: Target is 5,000 beneficiaries on vulnerable Atolls in FSM
  • Rainwater Harvesting Improvement and Capacity Building in the Marshall Islands
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 450,000.00
    Objective:
    The objective is to improve rainwater harvesting systems in vulnerable atolls to help meet immediate and long-term water-related needs in RMI.  The project will used a tested community-based approach to the rainwater system improvements which involves education and capacity building.  
    Beneficiaries: Target is 5,000 beneficiaries on vulnerable Atolls in RMI
  • Strengthening human security by enhancing resilience to natural disasters and climate-related threats in Rwanda (Joint Programme with IOM, UNDP, UNICEF, UNFPA, UNHABITAT and WHO)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 370,634.00
    Objective:
    To strengthen human security, enhance resilience, and improve disaster risk management of high-risk communities and most vulnerable populations in disaster-prone districts in Rwanda. In 2016, One UN has received 2 million USD to implement the project in Ngororero district, and IOM is responsible for the economic empowerment of the disaster affected community through provision of market-oriented skills training. Following the same modalities, One UN intend to expand this project in other districts.
    Beneficiaries: 800 youth from vulnerable households with high exposure to disasters

  Land and Property Support

  • Supporting the Government of Nepal to Establish Fair, Transparent and Effective Land Distribution Policies for Landless and Dalits
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To ensure the inclusion of Dalits in land distribution policies and subsequent programs. Activities include development of land distribution policy, frameworks and systems that in line with international human rights standards, mapping of previous and existing programs of the Government targeted for Dalits and provide a set of concrete recommendations for improving the delivery, processing, reporting and monitoring and evaluation. 
    Beneficiaries: Hill Dalits: 210,025 Madhes (Plains) Dalits: 389,929

  Technical Assistance for Humanitarian Border Management

  • Capacity Building In Integrated Border Management for the government of Yemen
    Amount Requested: USD 4,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to developing human rights-based migration management approaches to address the needs of the Government of Yemen and national partners in addressing the border management challenges, taking into account the humanitarian crisis aspect of the situation in Yemen. This will by achieved by 1) improving the intra-service and inter-agency cooperation among border services at central level and at the frontier, 2) improving the border management infrastructure a selected pilot sites through provision of border control equipment, including an electronic database system at all border crossings registering entry and exit of travelers, 3) enhancing cooperation in the field of data collection and information exchange, as well as the establishment of a DAFEC at the international airports in Yemen, including Sana’a, Aden, Taiz, Hodaydah, Seiyoun and Mukalla, 4) building the training capacity of the Borders Services through the establishment of three Immigration Training Centres (ITC) in Sana’a, Aden and Mukalla, and 5) Rehabilitating the immigration offices infrastructure in some locations and providing equipment and furniture to provide proper, safe and adequate working environment for the employees to work more efficiently.
    Beneficiaries: Yemen government ministries and national partners with roles and responsibilities in border control and direct assistance
  • Combatting Transnational Organized Crime through Enhancing Integrated Border Management in Yemen
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to the enhancement of capacities of the GoY in managing migration while at the same time protecting the migrants’ rights and maintain the security of the country and the region. This will be achieved by 1) building the technical capacity of the front line Immigration and Coast Guards officers, 2) improving inter-agency cooperation in the field of data collection, information sharing and analysis, 3) strengthening international cooperation in controlling the Red Sea coast, 4) conducting capacity building activities for coast guards, and 5) rehabilitating, refurbishing and equipping identified ports of entry in Yemen based on IOM assessment and in consultation with GoY. 
    Beneficiaries: Immigration and Coast Guard Officers, coast guards
  • Improving the Government of Kenya’s Institutional Capacity to Effectively Manage Migration Flows at Key Border Crossing Points
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,043,123.00
    Objective:
    Continue to contribute to improved border management, counter terrorism and trafficking efforts in Kenya by improving coordination between border management agencies and improving the capacity of border management agencies to effectively manage borders and prevent trafficking and terrorism. This includes the improvement of border management infrastructure at key border crossing points, by installing facial recognition, developing or updating standard operating procedures relating to integrated border management, humanitarian border management, and countering transnational organized crime, and conducting trainings to improve the individual capacity of border management officers.
    Beneficiaries: 300 Representatives from Kenya's key border management agencies including Immigration, Police, National Security and Intelligence, as well as Customs
  • Operationalizing the Comprehensive Migration Management Strategy: Migrant Registration and Regularization in North-West Tanzania
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The conceptual basis of the registration exercise is the Tanzanian Government€™s €œComprehensive Migration Management Strategy€ (COMMIST), which was formulated by the Tanzanian Immigration Services Department and outlines the steps and procedures in the electronic registration of migrants in Western Tanzania. This project sets out to undertake this verification exercise for the 22,282 migrants registered to date in Kigoma region as the second phase of a pilot project conducted in 2014/2015, and register an estimated 200,000 migrants in Kigoma, Geita and /or Kagera regions. Awareness-raising and capacity building for immigration officials and regional, district and village authorities will form other key activities in this project, in order to ensure that the project objectives are well understood and correctly implemented. The initiative is line with the government€™s digital ID management programme for the country. 
    Beneficiaries: 200,000 irregular migrants living in Kagera, Kigoma and Geita regions of Tanzania
  • Strengthen the border management capacity of Malian authorities and promote security of border communities
    Amount Requested: USD 12,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Reinforce the GoM€™s capacity to protect its territory by enhancing its mechanisms to manage and record population movements across its borders by the construction of 7 MIDAS interconnected border posts in the Gao/Mopti area, training of border authorities in border management and counter-terrorism and cross-border crime, support for the creation of a trained false document identification unit at the central level, support community-driven rehabilitation of basic social infrastructures in border communities, and organize mass crisis simulations at borders to build trust between populations and newly deployed border authorities.
    Beneficiaries: The GoM under the leadership of the Direction Nationale des Frontières, 400 border authorities trained in border management and the fight against terrorism and cross-border crime
  • Technical Capacity Building of the Ministry of Refugees and Repatriation in Displacement, Return, and Reintegration
    Amount Requested: USD 4,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,500,000.00
    Objective:
    Extend the technical capacity of the Afghan Ministry of Refugees and Repatriation (MoRR) in Information Management through the Afghan Returnee Information System (ARIS) and its coordination of a reintegration and referral mechanism to 22 provinces, as well as Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul. This forms part of IOM Afghanistan’s long term strategy of transferring the responsibility of assistance for Afghan returnees from neighbouring countries to the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA). In addition, conduct a pilot programme of data collection and database management for IDPs in three provinces of Afghanistan, i.e. Nangarhar, Kunar, and Laghman.
    Beneficiaries: 938,560 new registrants in the ARIS system

  Emergency Shelter and Non-food Items

  • Emergency Shelter and Non-Food Items for vulnerable persons displaced by natural disasters
    Amount Requested: USD 2,850,000.00 Amount Received: USD 4,850,000.00
    Objective:
    Provide life-saving emergency relief assistance to vulnerable communities displaced by natural disasters through the distribution of emergency shelters and non-food items, strengthening of national disaster management institutional capacities, and conducting community non-structural DRR activities in selected provinces.  This will be achieved through Strengthening the Natural Disaster Information System (NDMIS) which IOM is establishing and supporting on behalf of the Afghan National Disaster Authority; and implementing Community Based Disaster Risk Management, including risk assessments, hazard mapping and action planning. 
    Beneficiaries: 15,000 families (105,000 individuals). 49% female, 59% children, 35% adults, 6% elderly

  Camp Management and Displacement Tracking

  • Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Support to the Displaced Population of Marawi City
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 500,460.00
    Objective:
    Assist the Government in building the resilience of Urban Poor Communities in Metro Manila and other vulnerable urban centers against natural disasters.
    Beneficiaries: 250,000 informal settlers or slum dwellers and local DRR authorities, partner organizations
  • Capacity Building of Nepal's National Security Forces in Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM)
    Amount Requested: USD 400,052.00 Amount Received: USD 400,052.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to the Government of Nepal€™s efforts in disaster preparedness through increasing capacity of first responders to effectively manage displaced populations in line with international standards and best practices. Activities include targeted capacity building sessions for the Nepal Police, Nepal Army and Armed Police Force in Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM). 
    Beneficiaries: 468 officials from the National Security Forces
  • Developing Displacement Tracking Capabilities within the Indonesian Government's Emergency Response
    Amount Requested: USD 520,000.00 Amount Received: USD 520,000.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to Indonesian emergency response capabilities at the national and sub-national level to track displacement as a result of natural and man-made hazards.  This will enable national emergency response teams and humanitarian actors to more precisely tailor relief efforts according to the evolving and future needs of displaced persons. The Displacement Tracking Matrix approach will be rolled out with the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB), Ministry of Social Affairs, Red Cross staff, and other relevant actors. 
    Beneficiaries: 2,500 officials and staff of the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) and the at national and sub-national level disaster management agencies (direct beneficiaries)
  • Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building in Metro Manila's Most Vulnerable Cities
    Amount Requested: USD 747,065.00 Amount Received: USD 568,828.00
    Objective:
    Assist the Government in building the resilience of Urban Poor Communities in Novatos, Pateros, Quezon and Malabon against natural disasters.
    Beneficiaries: 90,000 informal settlers or slum dwellers and local DRR authorities, partner organizations
  • Northern Triangle Migration Information Initiative (NTMI)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen the governments€™ capacity to collect, manage, analyze and share human mobility information to support humanitarian and programming  for vulnerable populations in the Northern Triangle of Central America.
    Beneficiaries: Directly: Over 20 agencies and 9,000 migrants/potential migrants consulted. Indirectly: Returning migrant population.
  • Reconstruction of the Haitian migrant camp in Maisí
    Amount Requested: USD 220,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Improve the infrastructure of the Haitian migrant camp affected by the Hurricane Matthew. Provide a basic livelihood kit to migrants at the camp.
    Beneficiaries: 350 Haitian migrants
  • Support the development of a comprehensive IDP policy to address current and future displacements caused by natural disasters in Nepal
    Amount Requested: USD 271,159.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to the Government of Nepal€™s (GoN) efforts in planning for the safe, orderly and humane management of displaced populations which will in turn assist in meeting the urgent residual needs of earthquake displaced populations remaining in displacement sites. Activities include tracking displaced populations, capacity building workshops on international standards for the treatment of internally displaced persons, district and central level advocacy as well as support to the  GoN for the development of a comprehensive IDP policy in line with international humanitarian and human rights laws. 
    Beneficiaries: 18,000 displaced individuals
  • Technical Support/Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 608,280.00
    Objective:
    (1) To ensure that the specific needs of populations living in displacement sites are identified and addressed, in a coordinated manner and based on commonly agreed criteria, while advocating for solutions to their displacement; (2) to provide technical surge support to local administrations already hosting or likely to host a large number IDPs to improve preparedness and response to the needs of drought affected population members. People in need include the estimated 1.1 million IDPs prior to the drought and over 600,000 displaced persons as a result of the drought. 
    Beneficiaries: The total direct beneficiaries targeted by IOM will be determined pending field level situation analyses and coordination with government and humanitarian stakeholders.

  Transport Assistance for Affected Populations

  • Repatriation of Mozambican People of Concern
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To repatriate people of Concern from Luwani Refugee Camp to their respective places of origin in Mozambique.
    Beneficiaries: 3,500 PoC

  Health Support

  • Provision of Primary Health Care to Migrant Populations and Vulnerable Communities in Kenya
    Amount Requested: USD 10,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 7,700,000.00
    Objective:
    Continue to provide support to the Government of Kenya led by the Ministry of Health, in its efforts to promote basic health care, education and overall resilience in identified communities across Kenya. Activities include the equipping of facilities (fixed and mobile) to offer essential health services to prevent and manage communicable and non-communicable diseases, including primary health care, reproductive health, and disease outbreak control and management, and the capacitation of health care workers with the knowledge and skills to provide accessible, affordable and quality health care services focusing on the prevention and detection of diseases of public health concern. 
    Beneficiaries: 90,000 migrant and vulnerable community members in targeted areas proven to be of public health concern
  • Support Community-based Health Management in Afghanistan
    Amount Requested: USD 4,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To improve access to health care for 200,000 vulnerable undocumented Afghans newly returned from Pakistan. This will be achieved by the training of 44 Community Health Workers (CHW) in Nangarhar province. 
    Beneficiaries: 44 Community Health Workers and 200,000 vulnerable undocumented Afghan returnees from Pakistan

  Return and Reintegration Assistance

  • Addressing root causes of irregular migration in Mauritania and promoting legal and dignified migration
    Amount Requested: USD 600,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    (1) Assisting sustainable return of irregular migrants in their country of origin,  (2) establishment of a farm cooperative with extension to income generating activities through micro-financing mechanism, and (3) counter-trafficking awareness raising campaigns
    Beneficiaries: 310 direct beneficiaries including 60 irregular migrants who will benefits from the AVRR
  • Comprehensive Return and Reintegration Assistance for Sri Lankan Refugees in Tamil Nadu
    Amount Requested: USD 6,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Ensure sustainable return and reintegration through combined individual and community based support services at the arrival and post-arrival stages. These include a) reintegration assistance in form of provision of temporary shelters and semi-permanent toilets; b) facilitate linkages with and referrals to Government public services; c) Revitalize community centers and structures; d) refugee women empowerment and protection; e) construction and/or renovation of pre-school facilities; e) ppromotion of civic education and social well-being; f) establishment of basic pre-school-like facilities; and g)  construction or rehabilitation of productive infrastructure to improve livelihood conditions in target communities.
    Beneficiaries: Approx. 4,000 Sri Lankan refugees in Tamil Nadu, India
  • Programme For Human Security and Stabilization in Vulnerable Communities in Kenya
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 368,000.00
    Objective:
    Continue to provide support to the Government of Kenya led by the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government and National & County Security Committees, in its efforts to reintegrate former members of armed and secessionist groups into productive civilian life and society. This includes promoting sustainable livelihoods and dialogue between returnees and host communities framed within the Information, Counselling, and Referral Services (ICRS) Framework.  
    Beneficiaries: 700 unassisted returnees and their extended families, representatives from national and country governments and non-state actors CSOs across the coastal counties of Mombasa, Kwale, Kilifi, Southern Tana River, and Lamu.
  • Reintegration Assistance to Returnee Communities in Governorates of High Return: Aden and Lahj
    Amount Requested: USD 10,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to human security, transition and recovery in areas of high return in Lahj and Aden Governorates through the successful reintegration of returnees and peaceful co-existence with host communities through the improvement of access to basic public services. In addition, create short-term employment opportunities in targeted communities where there are high rates of unemployment.
    Beneficiaries: 70,000 beneficiaries (25,000 women, 35,000 men, 5,000 girls, 5,000 boys)
  • Return and Reintegration Assistance to Ethiopian Migrants from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    Amount Requested: USD 30,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 100,000.00
    Objective:
    Provide post-arrival assistance to Ethiopian migrants returning from the  Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, including registration and profiling, health screening and referral, provision of water, food and non-food items, mobile latrines, and transportation assistance to final destinations for the most vulnerable returnees, including unaccompanied minors, single mothers, and abused migrants.
    Beneficiaries: Up to 500,000 Ethiopians
  • Return and Reintegration in the Northern Triangle (RRP)
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Supporting national authorities towards improved/expanded capacity of in-processing and care of returning migrants; Expanding the range of Northern Triangle government-supported opportunities for returning migrants while contributing to provide high-quality services during the reintegration process at the local level; Contributing to enhanced institutional capacities to address root causes of irregular UAC emigration, alleviating negative push factors, strengthening prevention measures and upgrading infrastructure.
    Beneficiaries: Over 87,900 migrants
  • Support the sustainable reintegration of returnees in Northern Mali through community-based initiatives
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Increase the autonomy and productivity of local structures to promote the creation of sustainable employment and community cohesion. This will be done by conducting quality assessments of local associations, cooperatives, companies in communities  of high return, providing technical, logistical and management training support to selected structures, providing start-up employment grants for selected beneficiaries, and supporting IGAs for most vulnerable IDPs, returnees and host community members.
    Beneficiaries: 42 local structures, 1260 IDPs, returnees and host community members
  • Sustainable Return and reintegration of Rwandan Returnees (Joint Programme with IOM, FAO, UNICEF and UNHABITAT)
    Amount Requested: USD 2,960,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To strengthen national capacity for sustainable reintegration of Rwandan refugees (UNDAP Outcome 3.3, Output 3.3.3), the joint initiative intends to achieve three outcomes: Outcome 1 (Social Protection and Human Rights): Returnees enjoy full access in terms of human rights, and are fully protected and respected. Outcome 2 (Access to Social Services): Returnees have increased access to basic social services including basic education, primary health and durable housing; and Outcome 3 (Enhanced Livelihoods): Returnees have increased economic opportunities / livelihoods.
    Beneficiaries: 9,600 Rwandan returnees who came back to Rwanda after 2013 (80%) and 2,400 vulnerable individuals in host community (20%)

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Community Revitalization Program
    Amount Requested: USD 4,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 4,500,000.00
    Objective:
    To continue contributing to stabilization in Iraq by improving the conditions for sustainable socio-economic inclusion of the most vulnerable individuals and communities in 13 governorates of Iraq with significant populations of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and Returnees. Proposed Activities: Employability and Business Support for IDPs, returnees and vulnerable host communities; Community and stakeholder engagement through strengthening partnerships and capacity building of civil society and government counterparts; Implementation of Community Assistance Projects (CAPs), Social inclusion of vulnerable populations though community-level interventions. 
    Beneficiaries: 620 beneficiary households (with an estimated 2,480 individual family members) provided with individual livelihood assistance, 1,300 individuals provided with immediate needs; 10,000 local residents benefitting from Community Assistance Projects (CAPs)
  • Community Revitalization Project Targeting Vulnerable Communities in Kenya
    Amount Requested: USD 10,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,300,000.00
    Objective:
    Continue to provide support to the Government of Kenya led by the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government and National & County Security Committees, in its efforts to improve resilience of target communities and prevent violent extremism. This includes promoting county integrated development plans and sustainable development through capacity building to county-level and national government bodies, the establishment of the Information, Counselling and Referral services framework, and targeted community assistance projects aiming at socio-economic and infrastructural assistance.  
    Beneficiaries: Five host communities (Kwale, Mombasa, Kilifi, Tana River and Lamu) with large numbers of vulnerable/ at-risk groups to radicalization and criminal activities.
  • National Monitoring System of Ukraine
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM will assess the situation with IDPs and their intentions (i.e., integration, further displacement, return) through surveys in all regions of Ukraine. This will contribute to coordination with the humanitarian and recovery assistance efforts made by the state authorities and other humanitarian actors, and inform the Government and other partners on the situation of IDPs through dissemination of updated quarterly reports.
  • Preventing conflict and rural emigration through improved natural resources management in south-east mauritania
    Amount Requested: USD 750,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    (1) Better preservation of natural resources, (2) farming and breeding better adapted to the fragile environment, and (3) strengthened community dialogue and sustainable resource management. 
    Beneficiaries: 1,000 direct beneficiaries from the Host Community in Bassknou
  • Social cohesion and economic strengthening of crisis-affected population in Ukraine
    Amount Requested: USD 5,600,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to recovery, social cohesion of conflict affected communities and ensure the economic empowerment of persons affected by crisis through community development trainings, as well as the engagement of unemployed IDP, returnee and host communities in GCA areas in vocational trainings and income-generating activities such as start-up and micro-enterprise grants. 
    Beneficiaries: 33,000: IDPs (18,000), returnees (5,000) and host communities (10,000) - (21,000 women, 12,000 men)
  • Supporting Community Transition, Recovery and Social Cohesion in Recently Retaken Areas and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq
    Amount Requested: USD 38,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 16,857,836.00
    Objective:
    Overall Objective: To contribute to effective community transition and recovery through resilience building in recently retaken areas and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq; Specific Objectives: Strengthening the capacity and capability of key community groups, Strengthening the workforce by supporting local economies; Fostering peacebuilding and social cohesion. Proposed activities: Community Engagement: Selection and assessment of 100 communities, strengthening community groups, community assistance projects aimed at rehabilitating essential services and small scale infrastructure upgrading; Strengthening Local Economy: Provision of business support packages, employability training and job placement, implementation of community assistance projects focusing on critical repair and improvement of damaged community infrastructure through cash for work activities; Fostering peacebuilding: social cohesion activities; promotion of civic engagement in the physical rehabilitation of the community based infrastructure interventions.   
    Beneficiaries: 100 communities selected for intervention; 6,000 individuals provided with income generation assistance; 23,400 community members engaged in fostering peacebuilding and social cohesion activities
  • Supporting the repair of partially affected housing and small-scale infrastructure in affected communities
    Amount Requested: USD 750,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Promote the return of affected people to their houses by the immediate rehabilitation and repair of roofing conditions, supply toolkits and roofing elements, and provision of technical assistance. Facilitate access to basic socio-economic services in affected communities.  
    Beneficiaries: 10 severely affected communities in the municipality of Maisí (urban and rural areas), inhabited by a population of 15,000 people

  Counter-trafficking and Protection of Vulnerable Migrants

  • Comprehensive action to combat trafficking in persons in Rwanda (Joint Programme with IOM, UNICEF, UNWOMEN and UNFPA)
    Amount Requested: USD 6,700,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,360,000.00
    Objective:
    To strengthen the capacity of Rwanda (government and civil society) to respond to all forms of internal and cross-border human trafficking, including protecting and assisting victims of trafficking. Specifically, the project will contribute to the existence of an evidence base on the extent and the drivers in trafficking in persons; analysis of the recent legislative amendments; updating the National Plan of Action on Trafficking in Persons, implementation of anti-trafficking public awareness campaigns; strengthening processes and tools for identification, referral and direct assistance of Victims of Trafficking; and increased awareness and capacity of all key stakeholders.  
    Beneficiaries: 10,000 affected persons (youth, women and children)
  • Enhancing the Response to Trafficking in Persons in Kigoma region, Tanzania
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 376,377.00
    Objective:
    This project is part of a larger Joint Programme of the United Nations contributing to the roll-out of the comprehensive National Plan of Action to end Violence Against Women and Children (NPA-VAWC) (2017/2018 €“ 2021/2022) in the North-West of Tanzania (Kigoma Region, bordering Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo). The objective of the activities for which IOM still seeks funding is to support efforts to eliminate trafficking in persons through specialized training and capacity building of law enforcement (including personnel inside the refugee camps) the judiciary, social welfare officers, NGOs, as well as awareness-raising in schools and in the media and dialogues with local communities, especially in the remote rural areas. In addition, IOM Tanzania seeks to ensure that there is at least one specialized safe shelter for victims of trafficking in place in the region. Family tracing and reunification services will also be provided. Finally, the project will enhance inter-ministerial coordination by facilitating coordination meetings and site visits of the Anti-Trafficking Committee and by revitalizing existing service referral mechanisms for victims through case studies and role-plays during workshops with relevant stakeholders.  
    Beneficiaries: 3,000 schoolchildren (50% boys, 50% girls), 150 teachers (50% men, 50% women), 50 victims of trafficking (75% girls and women, 25% boys and men), 150 beneficiaries from NGO and government ministries/ departments (50% men, 50% women)
  • Protecting Victims of Trafficking in Yemen through the Support to National Instruments and Awareness Raising against Trafficking
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support Yemen in enhancing its instruments to strengthen prevention of human trafficking in Yemen and ensure the appropriate protection and assistance are provided to victims of trafficking through support for the development and implementation of a national strategy to combat human trafficking, including on prosecution of perpetrators. This will be achieved by 1) support the National Technical Committee to Combat Human Trafficking (NTC) in developing a plan for awareness raising against trafficking, 2) Enhancing the capacity of the government and local partners to provide the required services to protect victims of trafficking, 3) Providing protection service to victims of trafficking through the direct service provision or support in referral to national partners, 4) strengthening the collaboration between countries of origin, transit and destination, and 5) supporting the NTC passing the bill to combat human trafficking. 
    Beneficiaries: NTC, government officials and local partners, victims of trafficking
  • Regional Program to Strengthen Capacities to Protect and Assist Vulnerable Migrants in Mesoamerica (Mesoamerica Program), Phase VII
    Amount Requested: USD 250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Capacity building, Prevention and outreach, Direct assistance, Regional coordination activities, Emergency migration management.
    Beneficiaries: 175 Government officials
  • Strengthen the capacity of the GoM to fight trafficking in persons and promote the implementation of the national anti-trafficking policy
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support the GoM to prevent the growth of trafficking networks by strengthening their prosecution and protection capacity. This will be done by improving national coordination mechanisms to combat trafficking in persons, training judges, prosecutors, LEO and other operational actors (transporters, border officials€¦) on Counter Trafficking, developing of a national referral system, and providing direct assistance to victims of Trafficking.
    Beneficiaries: The Government of Mali under the leadership of the Ministry of Justice, the National committee against Trafficking in persons, and assistance to 200 victims of TIP

  Emergency Consular Assistance

  • Support to National Identity management in Afghanistan
    Amount Requested: USD 20,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to GIRoA’s efforts to enhance its national identity management systems by strengthening its capacity to roll out the Afghan National Electronic Identity Card (E-NID) and through supporting GIRoA’s implementation of E-NID roll-out. To contribute towards the operationalization of the recently passed E-Taskira law, through targeted support to the initiation phase of the GIRoA’s E-NID project, part of a long-term, multi-year undertaking by GIRoA, which seeks to overhaul the country’s civil registry system and provide E-NIDs to all eligible citizens. 
    Beneficiaries: 3 million – Afghan citizens in Kabul Province
  • Voluntary Return of Students and Vulnerable Yemenis Stranded Abroad
    Amount Requested: USD 1,700,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Assist 2100 Yemeni Nationals and students stranded abroad to return back to their home country to 1) reduce the burden on host communities and relatives in countries of origin who try to support, 2) alleviate the suffering of those stranded in visa/ residence permit renewal 3) allow stranded Yemenis to return and stabilize economically, and 4) improve the development and the reconstruction of the country by applying the knowledge returning students gained abroad.
    Beneficiaries: 2,100 vulnerable Yemenis and students stranded abroad (500 women, 1,400 men, 100 boys, 100 girls

  Diaspora and Human Resource Mobilization

  • Promoting Access and Use of Remittances as an Instrument of Financial Inclusion
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Encourage Yemeni diaspora abroad to generate activities leading to local economic development more while ensuring they have also better methods for transferring their remittance back to their families through understanding the available and most competitive options in the market and improving the post office role as well. This will be achieved by 1) encouraging the use of remittances for income generating activities leading to local economic development, 2) including Yemen to Monito website which provides information on transfer methods from and to Yemen through IOM’s existing agreement with Monito, 3) enabling the Yemeni Post Office to have International Access which will eventually have better access and price to the existing money transfer platform through IOM’s existing agreement with Universal Postal Union, and 4) implementating a public information campaign, targeting Yemeni Diaspora, promoting formal remittance transfer channels as well as opportunities for investment in Yemen.
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 beneficiaries from the Government of Yemen, Diaspora Communities abroad, and Communities in Countries of origin
  • Return of Qualified Afghan Diaspora
    Amount Requested: USD 1,750,000.00 Amount Received: USD 377,572.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to the national development and self-reliance of Afghanistan by engaging the Afghan diaspora in improving the capacity of public and private sector institutions, therefore aiming to result in the improved capacity of public and private sector institutions through skills transfer of qualified Afghans. 
    Beneficiaries: 100 qualified diaspora members

  Migration Policy and Legislation Support

  • Strengthen the migration management capacity of the GoM
    Amount Requested: USD 7,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Reinforce the capacity of the Government of Mali to provide direct assistance, protection, transportation and reintegration support  for returning migrants. This will be done by strengthening the capacity of transit centers (protection, health, transportation), providing access to HIV testing and preventive information to migrants in transit, providing information and safety advice to on-route migrants, promoting the creation of local development platforms in areas of high return, and developing mechanisms for productive diaspora engagement.
    Beneficiaries: 4,000 migrants assisted, 2,000 voluntary return, 1,200 reintegration

  Humanitarian Communications

  • Enhancing Community Based Climate Change and Disaster Management
    Amount Requested: USD 750,000.00 Amount Received: USD 200,000.00
    Objective:
    Through participatory and culturally appropriate decision making support  community members and leaders in emergency evacuation shelter operations management and establishment of disaster committees, inclusive of the essentials of humanitarian assistance training and basic first aid and CPR.
    Beneficiaries: 20 communities
  • Enhancing Community Based Climate Change and Disaster Management in Micronesia
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 854,252.00
    Objective:
    Through participatory and culturally appropriate decision making support to community members and leaders in emergency evacuation shelter operations management and establishment of disaster committees, inclusive of the essentials of humanitarian assistance training and basic first aid and CPR.
    Beneficiaries: Target 20 communities

  Education

  • Fortalecimiento institucional para la promoción de los derechos de las personas migrantes irregulares en tránsito por Nicaragua
    Amount Requested: USD 135,000.00 Amount Received: USD 135,000.00
    Objective:
    Improvement of capacities and infrastructure of mobile shelters used by DGME officers in border posts for the management of migration and protection of irregular migrants.
    Beneficiaries: Immigration officers in border posts and vulnerable migrants

  Livelihoods and Social Cohesion

  • Livelihood support for refugees from DRC
    Amount Requested: USD 150,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00

  The Border Group

  • Building the Jordanian Governmental Capacity in Responding to Emergencies and Managing Migration Flows (2017-2018)
    Amount Requested: USD 5,650,000.00 Amount Received: USD 6,619,476.00
    Objective:
    To improve the Jordanian Government preparedness in responding to cross border migration flows through targeted infrastructural support and capacity building.
    Beneficiaries: 200 officers from various Jordanian Government Authorities
  • Technical Cooperation on Migration Management and Capacity Building (2017-2018)
    Amount Requested: USD 612,650.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To provide direct assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees, as well as support and further build the capacity of the Jordanian Authorities, especially frontline officers dealing with Syrian refugees, as a means of enhancing border security.
    Beneficiaries: 7,500 Syrian refugees and 100 officers from various Jordanian Government Authorities

  Drought Recovery

  • Enhancing climate-resilient agriculture in drought-affected communities
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 500,000.00
    Objective:
    To build the resilience of Highlands and Coastal communities impacted by climate shocks through training on sustainable and adaptive farming methods that incorporate climate tolerant crops suitable for high and low altitudes and widely variable weather patterns. This will be complimented by facilitating dialogue on land rights disputes that currently inhibit access to farmland and thus negatively impact on agriculture production in Enga, Jiwaka, Simbu and Morobe province.  
    Beneficiaries: 12,400 individuals (2,000 households), including 5,952 women and and 6,448 men

  Peace Building

  • Strengthening community cohesion
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,600,000.00
    Objective:
    To strengthen the reintegration of displaced families returning to their place of origin through conflict mediation. This includes developing of a national IDP policy that supports resettlement of IDP€™s.
    Beneficiaries: 77,469 Individuals, including 37,400 womenand 40,069 men
  • Support for Sri Lanka to design and implement transitional justice mechanisms phase 2
    Amount Requested: USD 315,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project will support transitional justice mechanisms to be established by the Government, with meaningful participation of civil society, in particular victims (groups), and in an inter-linked and mutually reinforcing manner so as to unleash their joint potential to enhance reconciliation and peacebuilding.  
    Beneficiaries: affected victims through 300 targeted government employees of different national and subnational structure

  Durable Solutions, Migration Policy and Legislation support

  • To assist GoV in creating a National database of displaced communities by conducting ToT on DTM and GIS mapping of existing displaced communities countrywide
    Amount Requested: USD 250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen the Government€™s capacity on migration management. IOM will assist in creating a national data base of displaced communities and conduct a training exercise on mapping of displaced communities and their vulnerabilities through the Displacement Tracking Matrix. This database will be the key reference point for the emergency and recovery planners in prioritizing and linking recovery to development. Therefrom they can adapt the suggested durable solutions to the current displacements. Furthermore the database will assist in: (1) improving the preparedness capacity to manage future displacements, and (2) support the nexus between climate & natural disaster induced displacement and migration management. 
    Beneficiaries: National Government, Subnational government, NGOs, CSO, CBOs
  • To assist GoV in establishing a migration research center in Vanuatu (Stage 1)
    Amount Requested: USD 800,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen the Government€™s migration management capacity. With partners, IOM will establish a migration research center to record and profile the trend and patterns of migration and forced displacement in Vanuatu and the region. Data collation and analysis will form a large part to inform policy gaps, validation of strategies, establishment of institutions, management of diaspora communities, and action plans.   As the Pacific is at the forefront of the impacts of natural disaster and climate change in particular the migration research center will be the reference center and provide the continuity needed in information management.
    Beneficiaries: 35,000 internally displaced people (IDP), GoV including the provincial governments, NGOs, CSO, CBOs and Pacific islands states. Furthermore this will also benefit the 14 Pacific islands states
  • To assist GoV in mainstreaming humanitarian mechanisms to facilitate migration during times of crises
    Amount Requested: USD 700,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen the Government€™s border and migration management capacity. IOM will assist in the development of strategies and approaches strengthening the GoV€™s capacity to manage the flow of people during times of crises. 
    Beneficiaries: 10,000 (about half are elderly and children), GoV border agencies, NDMO, municipalities, provincial governments, NGOs, CSO, churches and community groups
  • To assist GoV in the development of a land policy to accommodate displaced communities.
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen the Government€™s land and property management capacity. IOM will (1) facilitate the mobilization of stakeholder engagement in the development of a land policy to accommodate displaced communities, (2) develop planning mechanisms to facilitate robust settlement and urban planning, (3) develop an eligibility framework for land accessibility and utilization for the displaced persons, and (4) develop a package of landowner incentives for hosting of displaced communities.  
    Beneficiaries: 100,000 IDP from various communities and 100,000 landowners (host communities), GoV, provincial governments, national council of chiefs (NCC), churches, women and youth groups, NGOs and CSO
  • To assist GoV's capacity to manage transnational criminal activities including trafficking and smuggling of persons during disasters
    Amount Requested: USD 250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen the Government€™s national protection and referral capacity and border management. IOM will set up an identity management mechanism, a national database of displaced communities and train counterparts to operate the system in strengthening border and migration management during times of disasters when the national capacity is at its lowest.
    Beneficiaries: 100-500 potential victims (in proportion to Vanuatu€™s population the impacts of this relatively small number will be substantial)

  Information Management

  • Strengthening and Expanding the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM): Mozambique
    Amount Requested: USD 494,194.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To support the government in tracking the trends of displacement with the intent to facilitate more effective coordination of assistance for both government and partner agencies, as part of the  Humanitarian Country Team.
    Beneficiaries: 74,000 persons from 6 provinces, namely: Tete, Manica, Inhambane, Sofala, Zambezia and Gaza

  Shelter and Non-Food Items & Food Security

  • Community Stabilization in Manica Province for IDP communities
    Amount Requested: USD 1,556,489.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Improve human security by developing a holistic approach to resilience and resources management through supporting local capacities by (1) strengthening local capacity in response to the settlement process and prevent further disaster risk by creating a landowners association in the settlement areas, support with disasters (CLGRC) in the settlement areas; (2) promoting livelihood development and diversification through context-sensitive Farm Field Schools (FFS), use of improved agricultural inputs through an electronic voucher scheme and the creation of small businesses to allow families to extend their sources of income and their generation of assets, including keyhole gardens, food processing, livestock, among others; (3) increasing community-driven resilience by developing a comprehensive neighborhood planning design that encompasses the creation of connected, integrated and inclusive settlements, which promotes access to basic services infrastructure (linkage to essential health services, shelter units, access roads, water points, education, health among others); and (4) Support IDP´s  with the construction of resilient shelter and housing units by the elaboration of a range of affordable materials and hazard adaptive housing models, hands-on trainings on resilient constructions for housing, sanitation, and community. 
    Beneficiaries: 1,500 families (7,874 individuals) from receiving communities, 250 members of the Provincial and District Disaster Management Technical Councils, 8 Local Disaster Risk Management Committees, 1,000 youth, 1,000 farmers and members of farmers associations

  Shelter/CCCM

  • Facilitating the Recovery of IDPs through Shelter Provision
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To provide Shelter support to 800 households through the construction of shelters. 
    Beneficiaries: 800 households
  • Supporting the Government of Malawi (GoM) in establishing a comprehensive system to collect and disseminate data on Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Malawi through the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) system
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To support the GoM through the implementation of  Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) tool to collect and analyse data related to IDP figures and needs.
    Beneficiaries: IDPs

  Protection and Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Programa Regional para el fortalecimiento de capacidades para la atención y protección de la población migrante en condición de vulnerabilidad en Mesoamérica – Nicaragua (Fase VII)
    Amount Requested: USD 4,000.00 Amount Received: USD 4,000.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen capacities for the management of migration in crisis and the prevention of trafficking in persons in the context of crisis.
    Beneficiaries: Public servants, immigration officers in border posts, National Police, National Army, Customs, MINSA, and DGME

  Food Security and Early Recovery

  • Los efectos del cambio climático en poblaciones vulnerables y en la movilidad humana en El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua
    Amount Requested: USD 15,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to incorporate the topic of human mobility in public policies on climate change adaptation (and vice versa) in the countries of the Northern Triangle and Nicaragua.
    Beneficiaries: Vulnerable populations in the aforementioned countries

  Community Stabilisation

  • The Implementation of the FY2017 PAMANA (PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn) Projects in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM)
    Amount Requested: USD 18,657,200.29 Amount Received: USD 18,657,200.29
Regional Refugee Response Plans
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Livelihoods and Social Cohesion

  • Supporting Self-Reliance and Livelihood Opportunities of Burundian Refugees in Rwanda
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Enhancing livelihoods through (a) linking affordable remittance services to Burundian refugees in camp and urban environments; (b) provision of market-oriented skills training, job placement / business startup support to urban refugees; and (c) establish IT-hub in Mahama camp and transform refugee economy through IT-based solution. 
    Beneficiaries: (i) 30,000 Burundian refugees and 10,000 Burundian diaspora (remittance services); (ii) 1,000 refugees in urban areas (skills training, business support and job placement); and (iii) 1,000 refugees in Mahama Camp (IT-based intervention)
South Sudan Regional Refugee Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Health and Nutrition

  • Health and Nutrition support for refugees from South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00

  Coordination and Common Services

  • Operational support
    Amount Requested: USD 281,750.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
  • Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene support for refugees from South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 950,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,650,585.00

  Refugee Multi-Sector

  • Providing critical WASH and Nutrition services to South Sudanese Affected and displaced by conflict
    Amount Requested: USD 2,900,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Providing South Sudanese refugees in Sudan with access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Nutrition initiatives to improve conditions amongst the population of displaced refugees and members of the host community. WASH activities will increase access to safe drinking water, adequate quality/gender sensitive sanitation facilities and improve personal and public hygiene practices. Nutrition activities will include screening vulnerable people such as children under the age of 5 and pregnant and lactating mothers for signs of malnutrition; those in need will receive support through outpatient therapeutic feeding and Targeted Supplementary feeding programmes (TSFP). Caregivers and community health workers will receive training to facilitate the promotion of better Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) practices within the community. 
    Beneficiaries: 250,000 South Sudanese Refugees and members of the host community including: 75,000 Women; 53,000 Men; 72,000 Girls; Boys 50,000.

  Transport Assistance for Affected Populations

  • Providing Life Saving Transportation and Medical Assistance to Refugees from South Sudan in Gambella Regional State of Ethiopia
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To enhance fitness for travel of new arrival South Sudanese refugees with medical conditions at Akobo border/entry point through timely screening, diagnosis, emergency care, medical escort, referral linkage and capacity building assistance. The refugees will be provided with emergency diagnosis, treatment and accelerated transportation and referral to health facilities while enhancing the capacities of health facilities at Akobo entry point, Matar and Nininyang and Gambella hospital through training to health workers and providing emergency medical equipment and supplies to be able to fully absorb the additional health care demands of the refugees referred. A total of 6,462 new arrivals identified as unfit for travel will be assisted to access health services through improved access and strengthened referral linkages with health facilities. The capacity of 63 health professionals and 3 health facilities will be enhanced with training, medical supplies and equipment to be able to efficiently provide emergency health care for new arrivals and host communities. 

  Livelihoods and Social Cohesion

  • Livelihood support for refugees from South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 1,075,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00

  Refugee Transportation

  • Refugee Transportation Assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 2,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,000,001.00
    Objective:
    IOM will aim to support an estimated 35,000 refugees from South Sudan expected to enter Ethiopia in 2018, as well as an estimated 3,000 from Sudan and 5,000 refugees from Somalia based on initial inter-agency planning exercises. With funding secured from a few donors, IOM refugee transportation activities in 2018 are partially funded but further support is required to ensure the full implementation of the following planned interventions: i) Transportation and Relocation assistance ensures refugees access to life-saving services in camps, including food, WASH, health and protection assistance; ii) IOM is engaged in logistical planning on routing, safety, security and ensuring the protection needs of refugees are considered during transport: iii) Pre-Departure Medical Screening (PDMS) to ensure refugees are fit for travel to the camps, referring those with medical concerns to local health facilities; and iv) IOM will also support the establishment and expansion of screening centres at border entry points, reception centres and transit sites to facilitate the registration and effective management of refugees prior to transportation and works to support livelihoods and community stabilization initiatives for the communities impacted by refugee arrivals and transportation corridors.
    Beneficiaries: 43,000 refugees

  Refugee and Host-Community Livelihoods

  • Livelihood Assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 2,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    In 2018, IOM will continue to improving the living conditions and self-reliance of refuges and host communities in Gambella, Benishangul -Gumuz and Somali Regions through increased access to market-relevant livelihood opportunities. IOM aims to create alternative livelihoods schemes, build capacities and market access for vulnerable refugees and host communities and diversify household food production for improved dietary consumption. IOM activities will include: i) targeting 16,500 refugees and host community members (3,000 households) for income generation schemes and vocational training in collaboration with regional technical, vocational and education training (TVETs) institutions;  and ii) enhancing living conditions and self-reliance for vulnerable women by building their capacity to better manage and sustain income generating activities. Training will enable women to acquire tradable skills for self-sufficiency, which will increase household income and enhance women's capacity to access basic services such as education and health.
    Beneficiaries: 16,500 refugees

  Sectoral Interventions Refugee Multisector

  • Providing Critical Multisector Support Services to Affected South Sudanese
    Amount Requested: USD 11,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 373,072.00
    Objective:
    Providing multisector life-saving assistance to South Sudanese refugees under the regional refugee response plan 2018 including: i) WASH activities to increase access to safe drinking water, adequate quality sanitation facilities and improve hygiene practices; ii) providing emergency shelters; and iii) health and nutrition services to support vulnerable people such as children under the age of 5 and pregnant and lactating women with treatment of communicable and non-communicable diseases, outpatient therapeutic feeding and targeted supplementary feeding programme. This project is in line with the multi-year humanitarian response plan strategic outcome 1: "populations affected by natural or man-made disasters receive timely assistance during and in the aftermath of the shock." and outcome 2: "displaced populations, refugees, returnees and host communities meet their basic needs and access basic services while increasing their self-reliance.
    Beneficiaries: 180,000 individuals (including 150,000 South Sudanese Refugees and 30,000 vulnerable host community members)

  Refugee Shelter and WASH

  • Refugee Shelter and WASH Assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    In 2018, IOM will provide shelter assistance to improve the living conditions of refugees and host communities in Gambella, Benishangul-Gumuz and Somali Regions through the following activities: i) provide safe, durable, cost effective and culturally adapted shelters and latrines for 27,500 refugees (5,000 households) based on needs identified with the Government of Ethiopia and UNHCR; ii) IOM's Shelter Programming is aligned with the UNHCR National Strategy adopted in 2017, which focuses on beneficiary engagement in the construction process, cash-based programming where appropriate, and mitigation of the environmental impact of shelter construction. This programming will also ensure gender mainstreaming as well as inclusive and innovative design for persons with disabilities through support of pilot projects (10% of overall beneficiaries); and iii) pairing of shelter and latrine construction to ensure simultaneous delivery of household infrastructure.
    Beneficiaries: 27,500 refugees
Burundi Regional Refugee Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Emergency Telecommunications

  • Logistics and Telecoms
    Amount Requested: USD 250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00

  Health

  • Health Support for Burundian Refugees in Rwanda
    Amount Requested: USD 30,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Training of health staff that are responsible for medical screening at one of the three reception centers in Infection, Prevention and Control (IPC). This will contribute to the prevention of infection transmissions among arriving Burundian refugees and the population residing in Rwanda. IOM will provide equipment, emergency kit trolleys, on wall hand sanitizers, IPC posters and other tools.
    Beneficiaries: 25,000 Burundian refugees

  Protection

  • Providing Life-Saving Transportation Assistance to Refugees in Tanzania
    Amount Requested: USD 2,025,000.00 Amount Received: USD 555,386.00
    Objective:
    Support ongoing interventions within the overall refugee response in Tanzania, through the provision of safe and orderly transport support for refugees. Towards this end, IOM will carry out the following activities: i) provision of refugee transport support, from border entry points to camps; ii) provision of refugee transport support, for inter-camp transfer movements; iii) provision of transport support for the Burundi voluntary repatriation operations; and iv) provision of pre-embarkation medical checks, towards ascertaining fitness to travel of refugees.
    Beneficiaries: 15,120 refugees
  • Providing Life-Saving Transportation Assistance to Refugees in Tanzania - SUPPLEMENTAL
    Amount Requested: USD 1,121,250.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support ongoing interventions within the overall operations of the Voluntary Repatriation of Burundians in Tanzania, and within the framework of the 20th Joint Tripartite Commission (TZA-BDI-UNHCR) Communique, through the provision of safe and orderly returns transport support for Burundian refugees towards this end, IOM shall carry out the following activities: i) lead the organization of transport for voluntary returns convoys; ii) assist returnees at pre-returns with luggage handling support; iii) provision of transport support for all returnees from camps to the designated departure area in Tanzania; iv) provision of pre-embarkation medical checks, towards ascertaining fitness to travel of all returnees; and v)provision of transport and movement support for all returnees from Tanzania through to the designated transit reception sites in Burundi.
    Beneficiaries: 57,680 returnees

  Health and Nutrition

  • Health and Nutrition support for refugees from Burundi
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00

  Coordination and Common Services

  • Operational support Uganda
    Amount Requested: USD 72,384.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00

  Livelihoods and Social Cohesion

  • Livelihood support in Uganda
    Amount Requested: USD 164,063.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
Madagascar Flash Appeal 2017
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Emergency Shelter

  • Population Displacement Sites Coordination and Emergency Shelter Support for Populations affected by Cyclone Enawo
    Amount Requested: USD 2,080,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,449,969.00
    Objective:
    To enable a targeted and timely response to most urgent needs of affected populations by making available regular and quality displacement data to humanitarian stakeholders at the local and central levels on the residual caseload of displaced persons. .To safeguard the well-being, health, security, privacy and dignity women and men, boys and girls displaced by Cyclone Enawo by providing targeted displacement sites coordination and management support To Provide Robust Emergency Shelter Packages to 6000 households to safeguard health, security, privacy and dignity and support resilient recovery.
    Beneficiaries: 6,334 residual caseload of displaced persons ; 6000 households whose houses where damaged or destroyed in SAVA and Analanjirofo Regions
Afghanistan Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Protection

  • Specialized Protection Assistance to Vulnerable Returning Afghans from Iran to Pakistan
    Amount Requested: USD 12,400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,234,290.00
    Objective:
    Specialized protection assistance to vulnerable returning Afghans from Iran and Pakistan including single females and unaccompanied migrant children inclusive of screening, identification, registration, family reunification, case management, counseling and provision of temporary shelter.
    Beneficiaries: 36,000 individuals (incl. 20,000 receiving cash and protection, 16,000 in-kind assistance)

  Emergency Shelter and Non-food Items

  • Provision of Shelter and Winter Assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 10,300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,221,000.00
    Objective:
    Provision of shelter and winter assistance to 21,000 families returning from Iran and Pakistan and/or displaced by natural disasters.
    Beneficiaries: 21,000 vulnerable Afghan returnee families or natural disaster affected IDPs

  Refugee and Returnee Chapter

  • DTM and Other Data Collection Efforts
    Amount Requested: USD 3,765,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,259,412.00
    Objective:
    Roll out the Displacement Tracking Matrix and conduct other data collection efforts. 
    Beneficiaries: 22 provinces
  • Humanitarian Assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 39,760,000.00 Amount Received: USD 10,916,323.00
    Objective:
    (1) Provide post-arrival humanitarian assistance to undocumented afghan returnees, including transportation from the border to the nearest IOM Transit Center, provision of hot meals and short-term accommodation (until departure to final destination) at the Transit Center for the most in-need returnees, basic health care services at the Transit Center clinics, in addition to TB and nutrition screening and provision of essential medicines, and secialized support for Persons with Specific Needs (PSNs) such as referral to medical and mental health care, child protection and family tracing through humanitarian and government partners. (2) Upgrade Transit Centres. (3) Provide transportation assistance through cash a grant from the Transit Center to the returnee's final destination ranging from USD 25-50 per person based on market analysis of transportation costs in Afghanistan by province. (4) Provide multi-purpose cash grants of USD 175 per family for non-food items and shelter. 
    Beneficiaries: 286,569 returnees will receive transportation assistance, 36,454 returnees will receive multi-purpose cash for NFIs/shelter, 292,869 returnees will receive immediate post-arrival assistance
  • Humanitarian Protection Assistance for PSNs
    Amount Requested: USD 2,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 913,792.00
    Objective:
    Provide humanitarian protection assistance to Persons with Specific Needs. 
    Beneficiaries: 4,000 beneficiaries
  • Quick Impact Projects - Community-based Assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 2,200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide community-based assistance through quick impact projects. 
    Beneficiaries: 20,000 beneficiaries
  • Shelter & Winter Support for Families including Cash for Fuel
    Amount Requested: USD 4,610,000.00 Amount Received: USD 217,713.00
    Objective:
    Provide shelter/winter assistance for November-December, including family-sized tents for seven persons, tarps, blankets, gas heaters and USD 60 cash for fuel for each family, assessed to cover three months of heating fuel based on market analysis.
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 beneficiaries

  Multi-Purpose Cash

  • Provision of cash for transportation, NFIs and specific needs
    Amount Requested: USD 23,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,175,512.00
    Objective:
    Provision of cash for transportation to their final destination, cash for NFIs for returning Afghan families from Iran and Pakistan and cash for Persons with Specific Needs.
    Beneficiaries: 400,000 returning Afghans - cash for transportation; 50,000 returning families - cash for NFIs

  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

  • Provision of Hygiene kits
    Amount Requested: USD 476,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of hygiene kits to returning Afghan families from Iran and Pakistan.
    Beneficiaries: 14,000 vulnerable returning Afghan families (average size of 5-7 persons)
Cameroon Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Early Recovery and Livelihoods

  • Facilitating the Early Recovery of Populations affected by the Boko Haram crisis through Access to Short Term Income and Rehabilitation of Community Infrastructures in the Far North of Cameroon
    Amount Requested: USD 995,100.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to the early recovery of affected populations in host /return communities in the Far North region of Cameroon. This will be achieved through the improvement and/or creation of community infrastructures identified through communal consultation. These infrastructures will be built by affected populations providing an alternative source of income during the implementation stage of the project. The overall aim being to provide a higher quality of life for returning populations and displaced populations during their period of displacement.
    Beneficiaries: 1,200 IDPs (500), returnees (500), and host communities (200), including 600 women and 600 men

  Food Security

  • Immediate assistance to vulnerable populations at risk of food insecurity in the Far North region
    Amount Requested: USD 303,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project will contribute to alleviation of suffering of the displaced, returned and host community populations in the Far North region of Cameroon through the distribution of agricultural kits to improve the beneficiary population's capacity to meet their basic economic and food needs.
    Beneficiaries: 7,500 adult women and 7,500 adult men (incl. 10,000 are IDPs, 2,500 returnees and 2,500 host community individuals)
  • Immediate assistance to vulnerable populations at risk of food insecurity in the Far North Region of Cameroon through agriculture strengthening
    Amount Requested: USD 995,100.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to alleviation of suffering of the displaced, returnee and host community populations in the Far North region of Cameroon through the distribution of agricultural kits to improve the beneficiary population's capacity to meet their basic economic and food needs. In order to achieve the overall objective and project outputs, IOM will undertake the following activities: 1) Select beneficiary communities hosting  a high number of the most vulnerable populations, in coordination with national and traditional authorities and on the basis of the DTM results; 2)    Consult with community members to determine the composition of kits and choice of agricultural seeds to best serve and benefit the selected community. These consultations will include women from the community as well as potential women's groups; 3) Print and distribute sensitization material on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and alternative pest control systems, already designed and translated by IOM; 4) Provide agricultural kits meeting the basic needs of targeted beneficiaries, and including tools and pest resistant crop seeds; and 5) Follow up monthly of the targeted communities to monitor the crops' evolution and identify potential issues and additional needs. These visits will include discussions with different actors of the community, including traditional authorities, farmers associations, women's groups, and female and male headed of households.  
    Beneficiaries: 17,500 IDPs (10,500), returnees (3,500), and host communities (3,500), including 8,807 women and 8,693 men, of whom 11,725 children and 766 elderly

  Protection

  • Emergency Assistance to Conflict Affected Populations in Cameroon: Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 883,127.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to ensuring an adequate response to the needs of populations affected by the Boko Haram crisis in the Far North region of Cameroon. Providing reliable and up to date information on the number and the condition of IDPs, returnees and out of camp refugees to governmental and humanitarian actors to inform the humanitarian response in the Far North region of Cameroon.
    Beneficiaries: Direct: + 50 organizations; Indirect: more than 340,000 individuals
  • Emergency Assistance to Conflict-affected Populations in Cameroon: Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM)
    Amount Requested: USD 597,060.00 Amount Received: USD 874,178.00
    Objective:
    Maintain and strengthen the system of data collection in the Far North region of Cameroon through IOM's Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) to support the coordination of humanitarian activities. The DTM aims to provide reliable and up to date information on the numbers of displaced populations, displacement trends and reasons for displacement to better assist and inform the governmental and humanitarian response. The assessed groups consist of internally displaced persons, unregistered refugees and returnees. The data will be disaggregated by age and sex. The DTM has the potential to be expanded and/or modified to take into account changes in the regional context.
    Beneficiaries: 261,700 refugees (26,743), IDPs (198,889), and returnees (36,068) including 131,696 women, 130,004 men, of whom 175,337 children and 11,452 elderly
  • Emergency Assistance to the Displaced Populations in the North-West and South-West Regions of Cameroon: Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM)
    Amount Requested: USD 150,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Inform the humanitarian community on the magnitude of the displacements in the North-West and South-West regions of Cameroon, as well as on the living conditions of the affected populations. Support the humanitarian actors in better targeting their action by giving detailed information on the displaced populations and their location.
    Beneficiaries: Direct: +50 organizations; Indirect: more than 160,000 individuals
  • Psychosocial support for IDP's, returnees and host communities in the Far North region of Cameroon
    Amount Requested: USD 400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Reduce levels of distress and assist in the development of coping mechanisms for populations whose emotional wellness has been negatively affected by the Boko Haram insurgency, taking into account the specific needs of women, men, girls, boys and most vulnerable cases.
    Beneficiaries: 2,500 individuals, mostly IDPS but returnees and host communities will also be included
  • Psychosocial support for IDPs, returnees and host communities in the Far North Region of Cameroon
    Amount Requested: USD 497,550.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Reduce levels of distress and assist in the development of coping mechanisms for populations whose emotional wellness has been negatively affected by the Boko Haram insurgency, taking into account the specific needs of women, men, girls, and boys, and most of the vulnerable cases. his project proposes the following activities: 1) Conduct an assessment of the psychosocial needs of girls, boys, women, and men who have been displaced and affected by the Boko Haram insurgency; 2) Create different tailored psychosocial activities, according to the identified needs and inputs received from the beneficiaries; 3) Conduct training and refresher sessions for psychosocial team members. The training will be based on and ensure the respect of IASC guidelines on Mental Health Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings in order to guarantee the quality of the assistance provided to vulnerable beneficiaries; 4) Deploy mobile psychosocial support teams to the communities affected by the Boko Haram insurgency; 5) Organize support activities, including discussion groups, lay counseling and recreational activities for adults, teenagers and children, with a focus on most vulnerable cases; 6) When services are available, make referrals to primary and secondary healthcare for those in need.  
    Beneficiaries: 3,700 IDPs (2,500), returnees (700), and host communities (500), including 1,998 women, 1,702 men of whom 2,479 children and 162 elderly

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Provide NFI / Shelter to the most vulnerable persons affected by the Nigerian Crisis in the Far North of Cameroon
    Amount Requested: USD 1,492,650.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide urgent assistance to populations affected by the Boko Haram insurgency through the distribution of non-food items and shelter kits. This shelter and non-food item assistance is designed to provide lifesaving assistance, with priority given to communities hosting a high number of the most vulnerable displaced populations, such as: pregnant women, persons with disabilities, elderly, single headed households (both men and women), youth headed households (YHH), women and children unaccompanied or separated currently residing in host family arrangements, large families, women with newborns, people with chronic illnesses, etc. On the basis of the information collected through the DTM and other needs assessments, IOM will support IDPs, returnees and host communities through targeted emergency shelter and NFI distributions. The Logone-et-Chari Department, which hosts the highest concentration of displaced persons, remains underserved and will be prioritized in the framework of this action. In order to achieve the overall objective and project outputs, IOM will undertake the following activities: 1) Print and distribute sensitization material related to the use of tarpaulin (Lifespan and rains, and construction), fire safety in camp and displacement settings, the use and disposal of mosquito nets, and aquatabs. Sensitization on mosquito nets will include information targeting households with pregnant women and children under five. This material was already designed and translated to the relevant local languages by IOM; 2) Select the beneficiary communities hosting a high number of the most vulnerable populations, in coordination with national and traditional authorities and on the basis of the DTM results; 3) Provide NFI kits meeting the basic needs of targeted beneficiaries, including basic women's needs, 4) Provide shelter assistance responding to the housing situation and needs of targeted beneficiaries and creating sufficient living space for family members, including men, women, girls and boys.
    Beneficiaries: 27,500 IDPs (21,000) and returnees (6,500), including 14,250 women, 13,250 men, of whom 18,425 children and 1,203 elderly
  • Provide NFI / Shelter to the most vulnerable persons affected by the Nigerian crisis in the Far North region of Cameroon
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide urgent assistance to populations affected by the Boko Haram insurgency through the distribution of NFI and shelter kits.
    Beneficiaries: 20,000 beneficiaries equally distributed between men and women. IDPs are mostly targeted through this action

  Early Recovery

  • Facilitating the early recovery of populations affected by the Boko Haram crisis through access to short term income and rehabilitation of community infrastructure in the Far North region of Cameroon
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to the early recovery of affected populations in host / return communities in the Far North region of Cameroon. This will be achieved through the improvement and/or creation of community infrastructures identified through communal consultation. These infrastructures will be built by affected populations providing an alternative source of income during the implementation stage of the project. The overall aim being to provide a higher quality of life for returning populations and displaced populations during their period of displacement.
    Beneficiaries: 600 adult women and 600 adult men (incl. 500 are IDPs, 500 are returnees and 200 are host community indivuduals)
Niger Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Assistance biens non alimentaires pour les sinistrés suite à des inondations
    Amount Requested: USD 510,245.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide adapted rapid emergency assistance with NFIs to 4,297 families affected by flooding in Niger. This involves preposition NFI kits for rapid response to families that will be affected by flooding in Niger. There is also a logistic component to transport these NFI kits to areas affected.
    Beneficiaries: 30,079 individuals (4,297 households), including 15,340 women and 14,739 men
  • Enhancement of direct humanitarian assistance in Diffa region
    Amount Requested: USD 3,170,767.00 Amount Received: USD 1,350,000.00
    Objective:
    IOM aims to contribute to the maintenance and enhancement of direct humanitarian assistance in Diffa region through: i) the improvement in living conditions of the affected population in Diffa region through the distribution of shelter and NFI kits; ii) the strengthening of the Shelter and NFI Working Group with improved data and coordination; and iii) the increase of protection assistance for vulnerable beneficiaries in Diffa region.
    Beneficiaries: 4,590 IDP households (32,131 individuals), 500 refugee households (3,506 individuals), 1,753 affected host community households (12,270 individuals)
  • Humanitarian Assistance to natural disaster affected population in Niger
    Amount Requested: USD 3,841,152.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM aims to improve the living conditions of communities affected by natural disasters and also based on the vulnerability of the affected households in Niger through the provision of direct humanitarian assistance (emergency shelters as well as NFIs) and improve on better-informed coordination of the crisis.
    Beneficiaries: 19,723 households (138,059 individuals)
  • Humanitarian Shelter Assistance and Improved Coordination in response to the Refugee crisis in Diffa region
    Amount Requested: USD 4,854,683.00 Amount Received: USD 2,684,235.00
    Objective:
    OM aims at ensuring the continuity of shelter and NFIs provision for the refugee€™s population outside UNHCR and its partners managed sites (residing in spontaneous sites with IDPs and Returnees, returnees), IDP population and host families affected by the Boko Haram crisis. In addition, through a pilot Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) component IOM will contribute to the Government and all humanitarian actor€™s data on displacement trends and gaps in the response, as already done in Chad, Nigeria and Cameroon. Moreover, IOM aims at developing pilot transitional solutions for those families returning to their villages of origins and contribute to enhance humanitarian coordination capacity in providing durable solutions to the affected population.
    Beneficiaries: 70,595 IDPs, refugees, and returnees, including 36,003 women and 3,4592 men
Nigeria Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Improving Displacement Management and Operational Coordination in Affected States of North-East Nigeria
    Amount Requested: USD 8,300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 5,115,507.00
    Objective:
    Continue tracking and monitoring displacement and mobility, including sex and age disaggregated data and information on needs and gaps, in order to establish a comprehensive follow up on displaced populations, in sites and hosting communities, including sudden movements of populations and to inform appropriate interventions across sectors. Support the monitoring, coordination and management of displacement sites (both camp and "out of camp", including displaced populations in hosting communities) to ensure that minimum standards are upheld and referral pathways reinforced for direct assistance, through capacity building, community participation, on site and mobile facilitation support and case by case analysis. To support the maintenance and care, decongestion of sites (formal and informal including in host communities) through the provision of site planning assistance, improvements when required and coordinated analysis and prepare to respond through Displacement Management / CCCM interventions in regard to IDP returns.
    Beneficiaries: 650,000 IDPs and returnees, including 349,480 women and 300,520 men, of whom 365,170 children and 61,360 elderly

  Early Recovery and Livelihoods

  • Facilitating the Early Recovery of Populations affected by the Boko Haram crisis through Access to Short Term Income and Rehabilitation of Community Infrastructures in North East Nigeria
    Amount Requested: USD 1,265,810.00 Amount Received: USD 418,250.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to the early recovery of affected populations in host /return communities in North East Nigeria. This will be achieved through the improvement and/or creation of livelihood opportunities and community infrastructures identified through communal consultation. These infrastructures will be built by affected populations providing an alternative source of income during the implementation stage of the project. The overall aim being to provide a higher quality of life for returning populations and displaced populations during their period of displacement.
    Beneficiaries: 7,840 IDPs, returnees and host communities
  • Facilitating the Early Recovery of Populations affected by the Boko Haram crisis through Access to Short Term Income and Rehabilitation of Community Infrastructures in North-East Nigeria
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to the early recovery of affected populations in host /return communities in North-East Nigeria. This will be achieved through the improvement and/or creation of community infrastructures identified through communal consultation. These infrastructures will be built by affected populations providing an alternative source of income during the implementation stage of the project. The overall aim being to provide a higher quality of life for returning populations and displaced populations during their period of displacement.
    Beneficiaries: 11,200 IDPs (650), returnees (650), and host communities (300), including 864 women and 736 men

  Health

  • Responding to Health Needs of IDPs and Host Communities in Newly Accessible Areas in North East Nigeria
    Amount Requested: USD 2,200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 4,179,797.00
    Objective:
    Provide life-saving and life-sustaining health services to affected IDP and host communities, strengthen disease surveillance, outbreak prevention, control and response, and strengthen health system restoration to improve the life-saving health response for people in need, with an emphasis on increasing access to health services. 
    Beneficiaries: 40,000 IDPs (25,000) and host communities (15,000), including 22,000 women and 18,000 men, of whom 24,000 children and 2,000 elderly
  • Responding to the Urgent Health Needs of IDPs and Host Communities in Newly Accessible Areas in North Eastern Nigeria
    Amount Requested: USD 2,527,340.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide life-saving health services to affected IDP and host community populations in order to reduce mortality, morbidity and disability. IOM also aims to strengthen the disease surveillance, outbreak prevention, control and response, and the health system through the restoration of primary health care clinics providing life-saving health care services to people in need, with an emphasis on increasing access to health services.
    Beneficiaries: 40,000 IDPs and host community members

  Protection

  • Gender Based Violence (GBV) Response in North-East Nigeria
    Amount Requested: USD 2,383,200.00 Amount Received: USD 178,200.00
    Objective:
    This project aims to increase access to a comprehensive GBV response services for individuals at risk of violence, enhance community resilience and systems for GBV and sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) prevention and risk mitigation, and strengthen multi-sectoral coordination of and advocacy on GBV/SEA prevention and response.
    Beneficiaries: 50,000 IDPs
  • Mental Health and Psychosocial Support for conflict affected populations in Nigeria's North East
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen community and family support mechanisms with the aim of enhancing the psychosocial wellbeing of conflict affected, displaced, and vulnerable individuals, and provide direct and focused psychosocial support activities with the aim of enhancing the psychosocial wellbeing of conflict affected, displaced and vulnerable individuals, and to prevent long term morbidity, mortality and social disruption. 
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 IDPs, including 26,500 women and 23,500 men, of whom 29,000 children and 3,500 elderly
  • Protecting and Promoting Mental Health and Psychosocial wellbeing of conflict affected population in North East Nigeria
    Amount Requested: USD 4,237,200.00 Amount Received: USD 2,254,341.00
    Objective:
    The project aims at protecting and promoting conflict affected populations' mental health and psychosocial wellbeing. More particularly and in line with the Protection sector objective, the project will ensure provision of targeted protection services through the provision of tailored mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) services. In addition, the project will contribute to the mainstreaming of protection and MHPSS approach through other sectors.
    Beneficiaries: 30,000 IDPs, returnees and host communities

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Shelter and NFI assistance to conflict affected population in North East Nigeria
    Amount Requested: USD 25,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 12,509,522.00
    Objective:
    Ensure sufficient, coordinated and adequate delivery of emergency shelters to respond to the immediate needs of displaced populations in host communities, returnees, and IDPs, deliver reinforced shelters and house repair assistance for IDPs in return areas, sites, and hosting communities, and deliver non-food item kits.  
    Beneficiaries: 350,000 beneficiaries, including 188,182 women and 161,818 men, of whom 196,630 children and 33,040 elderly

  Coordination and Common Services

  • Establishment & Management of Humanitarian Hubs and Common Services in North Eastern Nigeria
    Amount Requested: USD 18,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 13,533,224.00
    Objective:
    Ensure better coordination, collaboration, complementary and effectiveness of preparedness and response interventions by humanitarian actors in support to Local Government Authorities, sustain multi-sector, concentrated humanitarian presence in remote and hard to reach conflict-affected areas, and provide critical security support and coordination needed to facilitate the ongoing and expanding humanitarian programmes by ensuring that all compounds meet required MORSS standards as well as evacuation planning. 
    Beneficiaries: 1,822,541 international staff, including 983,903 women and 838,368 men

  Emergency Shelter and Non-food Items

  • Shelter and NFI assistance to conflict affected populations in North East Nigeria
    Amount Requested: USD 25,795,560.00 Amount Received: USD 5,508,448.00
    Objective:
    With this project IOM is aiming to: i) ensure sufficient, coordinated and adequate delivery of emergency shelter solutions to respond to the immediate shelter needs of affected populations; ii) deliver reinforced/transitional shelters and repair assistance to respond to the specific shelter needs of affected populations toward durable solutions; and iii) deliver flexible, coordinated, adequate and harmonized NFI kits (including assessment, distribution and post-distribution monitoring) to affected populations.
    Beneficiaries: 22,000 IDPs, returnees and host communities

  Camp Management and Displacement Tracking

  • Strengthening Displacement Management and Operational Coordination in Affected States of North East Nigeria
    Amount Requested: USD 14,091,900.00 Amount Received: USD 6,639,173.00
    Objective:
    With this project IOM is aiming to: i) Continue tracking and monitoring displacement and mobility, including sex and age disaggregated data and information on needs and gaps, in order to establish a comprehensive follow-up on displaced populations, in sites and hosting communities, including sudden movements of populations and to inform appropriate interventions across sectors; ii) Support the monitoring, coordination and management of displacement sites (both camp and "out of camp", including displaced populations in hosting communities) to ensure that minimum standards are upheld and referral pathways reinforced for direct assistance, through capacity building, community participation, on site and mobile facilitation support and rapid reporting of gaps and iii) Support the care, maintenance and decongestion of sites (formal and informal, including in host communities) through the provision of site planning, site improvement and return assistance as well as other CCCM interventions as needed.
    Beneficiaries: 700,303 IDPs and returnees

  Coordination and Support Services

  • Establishment and Management of Humanitarian hubs and common services in North East Nigeria
    Amount Requested: USD 7,509,695.00 Amount Received: USD 6,079,704.00
    Objective:
    With this project IOM is aiming to: i) ensure better coordination, collaboration, complementarity and effectiveness of preparedness and response interventions by humanitarian actors in support to LGAs (Local Government Authorities); ii) sustain multi sector, concentrated humanitarian presence in remote and hard to reach conflict affected areas; and iii) provide critical security support and coordination needed to facilitate the ongoing and expanding humanitarian programs by ensuring that all compounds meet required MORSS standards as well as evacuation planning.
    Beneficiaries: 600 humanitarian workers

  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

  • Improved WASH Services to conflict affected population in North East Nigeria
    Amount Requested: USD 2,345,868.00 Amount Received: USD 373,754.00
    Objective:
    The project aims at achieving the following results: i) improved access to an adequate, sustainable quantity and quality of safe drinking water to meet the needs of affected populations; ii) increased access to improved sanitation facilities among the affected populations; and iii) Improved access to messages and good hygiene practices that enhance disease prevention and control to promote better wellbeing of the affected populations.
    Beneficiaries: 56,000 IDPs, returnees and host communities
Chad Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Support to continuous data collection of displacement and durable solutions for displaced persons
    Amount Requested: USD 7,490,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,049,000.00
    Objective:
    Provide continuous data collection and analysis of the displacement situation in the country and identify durable solutions for displaced persons through construction of semi-durable houses, and the provision of suitable livelihoods. 
    Beneficiaries: 222,000 IDPs (110,000), migrants (500), returnees (111,000), and host communities (500), including 119,880 women and 102,200 men, of whom 133,200 children and 6,600 elderly

  Protection

  • Reinforce resilience of affected populations in psychosocial supports
    Amount Requested: USD 749,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support the affected population in increasing their resilience to provide basic psychosocial support to their community members in need. 
    Beneficiaries: 7,200 IDPs (50,400), migrants (600), returnees (3,000), and host communities (18,000), including 41,760 women and 30,240 men, of whom 27,360 children

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Semi-durable shelter for returnees
    Amount Requested: USD 450,000.00 Amount Received: USD 140,000.00
    Objective:
    Provide locally-appropriate semi-durable shelter for returnees in line with the out-of-camp approach adopted for returnees and refugees in the border regions with the Central African Republic and Nigeria. More than 240,000 returnees are currently without access to adequate housing ahead of the 2018 rainy season. Absorption capacities for host communities are exhausted following years of increasing food insecurity, austerity measures and insecurity-induced displacement. Providing shelter options in line with local standards of the hosting communities greatly alleviates stress and pressure on communities and allows returnees to locally integrate through the creation of their own space. Semi-durable shelter construction follows the establishment of new neighborhoods within the communities and are set up and coordinated with local authorities. They include provision of water points and agricultural land in line with standards for local integration as part of durable solutions for displaced communities.
    Beneficiaries: 196,000 returnees and IDPs in Lake Chad Region; 45,000 returnees in the border region with the Central African Republic

  Camp Coordination and Camp Management, NFI and Shelter

  • Displacement Tracking Matrix and humanitarian support to displaced communities
    Amount Requested: USD 2,800,000.00 Amount Received: USD 877,000.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to adequate and timely information sharing and humanitarian response to the displacement crises in Chad through a threefold approach: i) improving the capacity of humanitarian actors to provide humanitarian assistance to mobile and displaced population through provision of up to date data on displacement and return dynamics; ii) NFI distributions to improve living conditions of beneficiary populations; and iii) provision of semi-durable shelter options for displaced communities.
    Beneficiaries: 200,000 IDPs/returnees
Burundi Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Protection

  • Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), psychosocial assistance and community based protection, including strengthening communicating with communities (CwC)
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,030,550.00
    Objective:
    To enhance community-based protection by identifying and profiling IDPs through DTM, strengthening communicating with affected communities' mechanisms and providing psychosocial assistance and establishing community-based protection mechanisms. The objective of the project is to reinforce the protection of those affected both by the socio-political situation and natural disasters identified through the DTM, through humanitarian need referral mechanisms, access to psychosocial care and reinforcement of community structures. Activities will include monitoring of internal displacement, establishment of two-way communication mechanisms and community based psychosocial assistance.
    Beneficiaries: 220,000 beneficiaries, including 175,000 IDPs, 15,000 returnees and 30,000 from host communities (39,600 men, 48,400 women, 59,400 boys and 48,400 girls)
  • Prevention and protection of those vulnerable to trafficking through awareness-raising of community members and capacity-building for relevant authorities
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The objectives of this project are to prevent and protect vulnerable persons from becoming victims of trafficking, combat human trafficking through prevention based activities, and enhance government capacities in identifying, protecting and assisting victims of trafficking. Activities include awareness raising and capacity building of IDPs, returnees and host community members. The project will train government and law enforcement officials on counter trafficking, smuggling efforts and international principles and developing Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs) for victims of trafficking for Burundi, as was completed with 39 officials in 2016. 
    Beneficiaries: Approximately 30,000 direct beneficiaries, including 14,940 IDPs, 5,000 returnees and 10,000 host communities members and 60 Government and Law Enforcement Officials

  Health and Nutrition

  • Comprehensive response to community health issues at regional, national, and community levels
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 250,000.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to collaborative national and regional efforts in promoting public health measures in humanitarian border management and strengthening the capacities of border officials to effectively prepare and respond to public health emergencies. Contribute to improved health practices at the community level through strengthened capacity of health workers and key community members. Activities include: i) Support the establishment of a Regional Working Group on Humanitarian and Border Health Management; ii) Conduct two regional workshops on Humanitarian and Border Health Management in Goma, DRC to develop, review and validate joint SOPs on Humanitarian and Health Border Management; iii) Capacity strengthening for frontline border control officers on Humanitarian and Border Health Management; iv) Simulation exercise on Humanitarian and Border Health emergency; v) Capacity strengthening of community health workers and health promoters on food and personal hygiene practices, safe water, prevention of infectious diseases, mental health and psychosocial support; vi) Capacity strengthening of key community members on health promotion including prevention and vector control, signs and symptoms, and treatment; provision of vector surveillance equipment; vii) Capacity strengthening of health facilities through the provision of basic health equipment for delivery of quality health services; viii) Health promotion campaigns including awareness creation, distribution of mosquito nets and/or netting barriers on windows and doors, vaccination campaigns; ix) Promotion of sexual and reproductive health and rights including maternal and neonatal health, feminine hygiene; and x) Promotion of good nutrition practices.
    Beneficiaries: 200,000 returnees, IDPs, former IDPs, cross-border communities, host communities; Government of Burundi; Ministry of Public Security: 120 Immigration and Border officials; Ministry of Public Health; Government of DRC

  Shelter and Non-Food Items/CCCM

  • Assistance in shelter and NFI to affected and displaced households
    Amount Requested: USD 2,866,500.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To assist affected communities with shelter and NFI kits, support shelter construction for the most vulnerable households, and provide CCCM services. Activities will include distribution of NFI kits, distribution of emergency and semi-permanent shelter kits and direct support pertaining to shelter construction. 
    Beneficiaries: 50,820 individuals, including 24,480 displaced and 26,340 host communities (8,132 men, 12,197 women, 12,197 boys and 18,293 girls).
Pakistan Humanitarian Strategic Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Multi-Sector

  • Multi-Year Humanitarian Programme for Natural Disasters Preparedness, Response and Recovery in Pakistan
    Amount Requested: USD 9,469,697.00 Amount Received: USD 9,469,697.00
    Objective:
    Enhance the capacities of disaster-affected communities for responding to natural disasters through improved design of preparedness, response and recovery interventions.
    Beneficiaries: 24,240 families

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Shelter and Non-Food Items support for vulnerable population of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of Shelter and Non-Food Items (NFI) kits to extremely vulnerable, displaced families returning to areas of origin in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) to assist in post-crises recovery. 
    Beneficiaries: 1,200 families, including 3,384 women and 3,816 men, of whom 3,888 children and 288 elderly

  Coordination and Common Services

  • Humanitarian Communications Support for IDPs and returnees of KP/FATA
    Amount Requested: USD 211,425.00 Amount Received: USD 171,285.00
    Objective:
    IOM will continue to provide critical and multi-sectoral lifesaving information to insecurity-affected populations through a combination of formal and informal communication channels, in coordination with cluster partners and government authorities. 
    Beneficiaries: 105,427 families, including 258,296 women and 479,693 men
  • Provision of Security Awareness Induction Support to the Humanitarian Community in Pakistan (PSAIT Programme)
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 559,910.00
    Objective:
    Contribute towards the safety and security of humanitarian aid workers in Pakistan including measures to address and mitigate risks, facilitating more effective delivery of humanitarian assistance through 31 on-site trainings and e-learning courses benefitting an estimated 500 individuals. Trainings planned throughout the action include: 1) 12 Security Awareness Induction Training (SAIT) €“ maximum of 15 participants per course, 2) 12 Specialized Trainings €“ maximum of 15 participants per course, 3) 12 Women€™s Security Awareness Training €“ maximum of 15 participants per course. In addition, an estimated 150 humanitarian aid workers will receive added benefit from an online e-learning course. Overall, at least 500 development and humanitarian aid workers will be trained throughout the duration of action. 
    Beneficiaries: 500 humanitarian aid workers (65% men and 35% women
  • Strengthening evidence-based response planning for undocumented Afghan migrants and potential returnees to facilitate informed, dignified and sustainable returns, Pakistan
    Amount Requested: USD 305,999.00 Amount Received: USD 152,999.00
    Objective:
    IOM will facilitate coordinated, voluntary and dignified returns of undocumented Afghans from Pakistan; facilitate a timely and effective humanitarian response through provision of evidence based data, highlighting priority response areas and needs for the undocumented Afghan populations. 
    Beneficiaries: 600,000-700,000 Afghan undocumented migrants still residing in Pakistan

  Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building

  • Rapid Response Fund to meet Immediate Needs of Populations Affected by Disasters in Pakistan
    Amount Requested: USD 18,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support the development of a flexible and responsive grants management system that will competitively evaluate sub-awardee proposals from local and international non-governmental organizations on the most priority sectors as laid out in the 2017 Humanitarian Strategic Plan.
    Beneficiaries: 243,368 disaster affected individuals

  Technical Assistance for Humanitarian Border Management

  • Repatriation Support to Undocumented Afghans in Pakistan
    Amount Requested: USD 11,951,393.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Technical Assistance for Border Management including Flow Monitoring activities at two border crossing points (Torkham and Chaman); provision of cross-cutting, establishment of transit centers to access pre-departure support; medical screening and referrals and conduct business development training programs.
    Beneficiaries: 700,000 individuals

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Community Resilience Activity - Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA)
    Amount Requested: USD 40,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 3,997,462.00
    Objective:
    To reduce marginalization and exclusion of youth and other communities vulnerable to violent extremism. The project will also promote resilience through multi-faceted support for cohesion within and between communities in FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
    Beneficiaries: Returning Temporary Dislocated Persons (TDPs), Local Communities, Provincial District and Tribal Agency Government structures and other priority stakeholders,
Regional Refugee and Migrant Response Plan for Europe
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Serbia

  • Serbia
    Amount Requested: USD 3,800,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    In 2017, IOM Serbia will continue working on Protection of migrants. IOM is present in reception centres with mobile teams that are conducting counselling in Assistance and Voluntary Return (AVR), transportation, assistance to vulnerable migrants in medical cases and improving the conditions and services in the reception centres to match the standards for a protracted stay.
    Beneficiaries: 2,170 beneficiaries

  Turkey

  • Turkey
    Amount Requested: USD 13,600,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    In 2017 Turkey will remain an important point of departure for refugees and migrants seeking entry into Europe. IOM Turkey will continue providing humanitarian assistance (food, NFI and PSS support) for migrants and refugees rescued at sea. Additionally, IOM will build the capacity of front line institutions such as Turkish Coast Guards (TCG) and Directorate General for Migration Management (DGMM) on several areas of migration management including Humanitarian border management and flow monitoring through DTM. EU resettlement and AVRR program are also covered under this appeal.
    Beneficiaries: 66,000 beneficiaries

  Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

  • Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
    Amount Requested: USD 2,950,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    In 2017, IOM will continue working closely with the Government to design and implement initiatives that will enhance the migrants€™ access to the protection system. This support will encompass measures to enhance the capacity of the relevant institutions to provide direct assistance and early integration services to the vulnerable migrants with particular focus on education and skills trainings. The migrants and refugees that are transiting through the Western Balkans route are increasingly at risk of exploitation and abuse, in order to raise their awareness on the risks associated to smuggling and trafficking in human beings IOM plans to implement awareness raising and education activities.  Moreover, IOM will continue implementing activities aimed at voluntary, safe, humane and orderly return of the migrants who are not in a need of international protection to their countries of origin. IOM will also support the migrants€™ reception centers in meeting the WASH needs of the affected populations. 
    Beneficiaries: 1,227 beneficiaries

  Southern Eastern Europe and Central Europe

  • Southern Eastern Europe and Central Europe
    Amount Requested: USD 4,066,077.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Regional response strategy border goals are to ensure access to territory, reduce the use of detention, ensure dignified reception conditions, especially with unaccompanied minors and separated children and other people with special needs, ensure access to asylum and fair and effective asylum procedures, promote as appropriate integration, resettlement and assisted voluntary return.

  Greece

  • Greece
    Amount Requested: USD 84,017,625.00 Amount Received: USD 18,028,846.00
    Objective:
    The response strategy for 2017 is focused on: Protection, including child protection, sexual and gender based violence and communication with communities; Basic Assistance, including Food, Non-Food Items and Cash; Health and Nutrition, including Sexual and Reproductive Health; Shelter and Water; Sanitation and Hygiene, Site Management Support and Education.
    Beneficiaries: 15,019 beneficiaries
Iraq Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Provision of direct camp management and CCCM support in formal and informal settlements and assist the return process through the basic return packages and the community return and centers
    Amount Requested: USD 6,774,966.00 Amount Received: USD 7,462,812.00
    Objective:
    Promote safe, dignified and livable conditions for affected families in formal and informal settlements and displacement affected communities.
    Beneficiaries: 266,000 IDPs, returnees and host communities (146,300 female and 119,700 male)

  Health

  • Provision of emergency health care and essential health services to IDPs, Returnees and host communities, and strengthening national health care systems in KRI and the rest of Iraq
    Amount Requested: USD 1,800,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,027,730.00
    Objective:
    Providing access to quality comprehensive healthcare services to populations in need, with a focus on people living in displacement.
    Beneficiaries: 147,093 individuals

  Protection

  • Provision of community based psychosocial support in affected communities in Iraq
    Amount Requested: USD 700,000.00 Amount Received: USD 810,454.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to sustainable IDP return by providing community based support that address the social cohesion and psychosocial needs of conflict-affected communities.
    Beneficiaries: 6,050 individuals (3,025 female and 3,025 male), including 4,000 returnees and 2,050 host community members
  • Provision of Housing Land and Property support to highly vulnerable communities in return areas (2nd – Line Response)
    Amount Requested: USD 889,170.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To facilitate access to HLP rights for returning IDPs and concerned communities. Proposed activities: Provision of information on returnees' rights, including restitution and compensation in areas of return (preparation of information leaflets, distribution of leaflets, community information sessions, establishment of support hotline; Capacity building of authorities to address and resolve HLP disputes. 
    Beneficiaries: 10,250
  • Provision of psychosocial support to IDPs, returnees and host communities in Iraq, including Mosul and newly liberated areas (2nd – Line Response)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,268,081.00 Amount Received: USD 4,649,525.00
    Objective:
    Give options to families to live in Iraq in dignity by expanding resilience and social cohesion programmes in hard hit, unstable communities; Provide specialized support to populations suffering from abuse and violence and facilitate community based support for people affected by the conflict. Proposed activities: Focused and Non-specialized Psychosocial Support to Affected Persons, Tailored psychosocial support for young people, Provision of small grant programs for youth to design and lead cross community projects, Capacity Building
    Beneficiaries: 18,000, Female: 9,000, Male: 9,000, Children (under 18): 10,000, Adult (18-59): 6,000, Elderly (above 59): 2,000, IDPs: 8,000, Returnees: 6,000, Host communities: 4,000
  • Supporting access to specialized services for victims of trafficking and individuals at risk through provision of basic assistance and technical support of first responders (2nd – Line Response)
    Amount Requested: USD 700,000.00 Amount Received: USD 690,000.00
    Objective:
    To provide specialized assistance to survivors of trafficking and awareness to individuals at risk, and promote sustainable approaches to counter human trafficking through community engagement and capacity building of authorities and humanitarian partners to identify and respond to human trafficking. Proposed activities: Building on IOM trafficking assessments conducted in 2015 and 2016, conduct initial assessments in camp and out of camp settings of trafficking risks and awareness of affected populations through sex and age segregated focus group discussions and interviews with local community organizations and authorities; Provide specialized assistance and referrals to identified trafficking survivors; Provide trainings and capacity building support for humanitarian partners, community organizations and authorities regarding the identification and protection of trafficking survivors. 
    Beneficiaries: 2,000. Breakdown: 100 trafficking survivors, 2000 at risk populations; 300 individuals from community based organizations and local authorities
  • Supporting social cohesion in affected communities in Iraq (Full – Cluster Response)
    Amount Requested: USD 776,104.00 Amount Received: USD 300,000.00
    Objective:
    Give options to families to live in Iraq in dignity by expanding resilience and social cohesion programmes in hard hit, unstable communities; Provide specialized support to populations suffering from abuse and violence and facilitate community based support for people affected by the conflict. Proposed activities: Establishment of a Community Center within Mosul or surrounding areas and Provision of multiple community-based activities in the 5 existing Community Centers across the country, such as peer support groups, self-help groups, social cohesion messages, training for community leaders, outreach. 
    Beneficiaries: 8,750. Female: 4,200, Male: 4,550; Children (under 18): 2,450, Adult (18-59): 5,950, Elderly (above 59): 350; IDPs: 2,100, Returnees: 4,550, Host communities: 2,100

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Provision of Life‑saving emergency NFI and shelter support (1st – Line Response)
    Amount Requested: USD 27,020,000.00 Amount Received: USD 18,169,929.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to the provision of safe, appropriate emergency shelter and distribution of life saving non-food items to vulnerable populations. Activities: Construct emergency sites based on the agreed standard, Pre-position and distribute emergency tents for most vulnerable IDP families; Procurement, Pre-positioning and distribution of seasonally appropriate Non Food Item (NFI) kits,  Support shelter cluster with Information Management and sub National Cluster Coordinator.
    Beneficiaries: 293,520, Female: 161,436, Male: 132,084 , Children (under 18): 140,889, Adult (18-59): 137,955 , Elderly (above 59): 14,676 , IDPs: 264,168 , Host communities: 29,352
  • Provision of timely seasonal shelter and non-food items for vulnerable IDPs and Returnees
    Amount Requested: USD 14,207,374.00 Amount Received: USD 7,607,441.00
    Objective:
    Protect highly vulnerable families from climatic conditions through timely seasonal shelter and NFI assistance in accordance to the Cluster's technical guidelines.
    Beneficiaries: 349,200 individuals (217,202 female and 131,998 male), including 295,200 IDPs, 30,000 returnees and 24,000 newly displaced or facing secondary displacement
  • Upgrading of Repairing of Critical shelters for vulnerable populations (2nd – Line Response)
    Amount Requested: USD 32,386,000.00 Amount Received: USD 17,502,498.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to the improvement of living conditions of IDPs and vulnerable families in conflict affected areas through the providing access to life saving transitional shelter support. Proposed Activities: Upgrade emergency sites by repairing degraded/damaged tents, drainage, roads, and other critical infrastructures, Procuring, pre-positioning and distributing of sealing off kits, Provide transitional housing units; Physical upgrade of structures to host families; Provide technical support for living space for repair and rehabilitation of damaged buildings.
    Beneficiaries: 216,720, Female: 119,195, Male: 97,525, Children (under 18): 104,021, Adult (18-59): 101,856, Elderly (above 59): 10,843, IDPs: 151,697, Returnees: 43,347, Host communities: 21,676

  Coordination and Common Services

  • Implementation of Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) across Iraq (1st – Line Response)
    Amount Requested: USD 3,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,750,000.00
    Objective:
    To provide access to up to date, quality, comprehensive information about IDP and returnee populations in Iraq, as well as their needs and vulnerabilities, through the implementation of the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Tool and dissemination of results to government authorities, UN Humanitarian Country Team partners, NGOs, think tanks, media and other stakeholders. Proposed Activities: DTM reports, Location Assessment, Emergency Tracking, Protection Mainstreaming.
    Beneficiaries: government authorities, HCT partners, NGOs, think tanks, media, academics and other interested parties
  • Implementation of Displacement Tracking Matrix across Iraq
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 3,000,000.00
    Objective:
    Provide access to up to date, reliable and comprehensive information about IDP and returnee populations in Iraq, as well as their needs and vulnerabilities, through implementation of the DTM Tool and timely dissemination of results to government authorities, UNHCT partners, NGOs, think tanks, media, academics and other stakeholders.
    Beneficiaries: 3,400,000 individuals (indirect)

  Camp Management and Displacement Tracking

  • Capacity Building, Minimal Site Maintenance, and Information Management Actions to improve Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) in formal and informal IDP sites across Iraq (1st & 2nd-Line Response)
    Amount Requested: USD 4,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 4,694,937.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to dignified, safe and livable conditions for displaced families in formal and informal settlements. Camp Management Support in Formal Camps; Maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure in formal camps; Identification of informal sites and CCCM support. Proposed activities: Camp Management Support in Formal Camps, Maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure in formal camps; Identification of informal sites and CCCM support; CCCM trainings. 
    Beneficiaries: 112,052 beneficiaries: 112,000 IDPs and 52 other group (Government & NGO staff). Breakdown: Female: 61,629, Male: 50,423, Children (under 18): 53,785, Adult (18-59): 52,664, Elderly (above 59): 5,603

  Health

  • Provision of emergency and essential health services, psychosocial support services, and strengthening national health care systems in KRI and the rest of Iraq (1st , 2nd – Line and Full-Cluster Response)
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,637,560.00
    Objective:
    To reduce avoidable mortality and morbidity through provision of critical emergency health care and a comprehensive package of essential health care services to highly vulnerable people, and strengthening national health care systems in crisis affected areas; Help people brutalized by violence to cope and recover from trauma by providing specialized and targeted protection assistance. ; Provide specialized support to population suffering from abuse and violence. Proposed activities: Health: Referring trauma cases, distributing trauma kits, dispensing critical life-saving medicines and vaccines, rehabilitating damaged health facilities; Psychosocial Support: Specialized and Non-Specialized Psychosocial Support, capacity building.
    Beneficiaries: 221,536, including emergency/primary health services (215,086) and psychosocial support (6,450). Breakdown: Female: 121,845, Male: 99,691; Children: 110,768, Adult: 99,691, Elderly: 11,077; IDPs:132,922, Returnees: 66,475, Host communities: 22,139

  Emergency Livelihoods

  • Provision of securing emergency livelihoods for IDPs and Returnees in retaken areas
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Contribution to protection needs and livelihoods by supporting short-term employment creation through provision of asset replacement for damaged businesses, creation of on the job training and Cash for Work opportunities, and provision financial grants for female-headed households to start their business.
    Beneficiaries: 200 direct beneficiaries (100 female and 100 male), including IDPs, returnees, and host/home community members, focusing on female- and elderly- heads of households
  • Strengthen and expand livelihood and income generation opportunities through business support, and skill development (2nd – Line Response)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,380,000.00 Amount Received: USD 531,394.00
    Objective:
    Expand livelihood opportunities in communities with large concentrations of displaced families. Proposed activities: Provision of business support packages and technical assistance in business development aimed at re-establishing or enhancing businesses to IDPs, Returnees and vulnerable members of the HC; Job placement and on job training, as well as, enhancement of existing job referral pathways for IDPs, Returnees and vulnerable members of the HC; Provision of skills development, vocational and business development training to IDPs, Returnees and vulnerable members of the HC.  
    Beneficiaries: 3,520; Female: 1,936, Male: 1,584; Children (under 18): 1,584 , Adult (18-59): 1,936 ; IDPs: 1,760 , Returnees: 880 , Host communities: 880
  • Supporting emergency livelihoods and income generation in highly vulnerable areas through emergency asset replacement and cash for work schemes (1st – Line Response)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,380,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,085,054.00
    Objective:
    Help to replace lost assets and generate urgent cash income for highly vulnerable families in priority locations. Proposed activities: Skill and asset assessments of prospective beneficiaries to determine their skills and identify gaps in livelihood assets; Emergency Asset Replacement for IDPs, Returnees, and vulnerable Host Community members to facilitate immediate income generation through the provision of enhancement packages; Emergency short term employment/cash for work for IDPs, Returnees and vulnerable Host Community members aimed at improving access to essential services; Monitoring of social tensions within returnee communities.   
    Beneficiaries: 8,040. Breakdown: Female: 4,422, Male: 3,618; Children (under 18): 3,618, Adult (18-59): 4,422; IDPs: 4,020, Returnees: 2,010, Host communities: 2,010

Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

Somalia Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

Yemen Situation
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Health

  • Emergency Immunization Campaigns
    Amount Requested: USD 400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To prevent the spread of transmissible diseases by providing vaccinations against polio and measles as well as other communicable diseases to Syrian children at the north-eastern border.
    Beneficiaries: 25,500 Syrian refugees
  • Supporting Safe and Dignified Return of Somali Returnees through Life Saving Healthcare at Arrival Locations, including Mogadishu, Dhobley, Bossaso, Berbera and New Border Points
    Amount Requested: USD 410,047.00 Amount Received: USD 390,000.00
    Objective:
    Improve access and quality of life-saving primary healthcare services and enhance referral mechanisms for secondary healthcare at transit and arrival locations for Somali returnees. 
    Beneficiaries: 81,000 returnees

  Protection

  • Facilitating safe and dignified return of the most vulnerable stranded Somali nationals in Yemen through immediate reception assistance and onward transportation from Bossaso, Berbera and Mogadishu to their return locations.
    Amount Requested: USD 515,740.00 Amount Received: USD 2,787,068.00
    Objective:
    Assist vulnerable Somali returnees from Yemen through immediate reception support in Bossaso, Berbera, and Mogadishu and onward transportation assistance to their return locations. 
    Beneficiaries: 3,000 returnees
Kenya Flash Appeal
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Early Recovery and Livelihoods

  • Early Recovery
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The early recovery and livelihoods component will target 1,500 vulnerable beneficiaries in the affected counties, including youth, women and those with disabilities, and it will include trainings and support to start income generating activities. In addition, 30 quick-impact community revitalization projects will be implemented to support social cohesion and resilience in 30 vulnerable communities. Cash€“for-work schemes will benefit 1,040 IDPs involved in the realization of the community projects.
    Beneficiaries: 2,540 direct beneficiaries / 30+ communities

  Health

  • Health
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Based on the assessed needs in Garissa, Turkana, Kwale and Kilifi Counties, IOM will establish primary healthcare outreach mechanisms in drought-affected communities, which suffer from lack of access to health services, and will extend essential services to hard-to-reach and/or mobile populations. Additionally, 9 facilities will receive material assistance, equipment and technical/on-the-job training as needed. Rapid Response Teams will also be established and deployed to further strengthen IOM€™s health outreach capacity. IOM also intends to carry out social mobilization and risk communication on prevailing diseases and health threats, personal hygiene, good feeding practices, as well as community health, WASH and nutrition integrated activities. In addition, IOM will work on strengthening cross-border disease surveillance, early warning, alert and response capacities with local authorities, international and local humanitarian partners, along with community members in the border areas. 
    Beneficiaries: 50,000 individuals

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Emergency Shelter and Non-Food Items
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM intends to distribute essential NFIs such as beddings, kitchen sets and water storage containers to affected populations, who, due to the drought, have been forced to migrate in search of food, water and pasture. Beneficiaries also include individuals who have been forced to flee due to natural resource -based conflict, particularly prevalent in Turkana, Baringo and Marsabit Counties.
    Beneficiaries: 20,000 individuals

  Camp Management and Displacement Tracking

  • Flow Monitoring and Displacement Tracking
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM will build on previous DTM initiatives, which successfully captured displacement dynamics in similar contexts in Kenya, to monitor the movements of individuals who might be displaced as a result of the drought. The DTM assessments will consist of assessing the locations where IDPs are identified and evaluate their basic needs for onward intervention purposes. 
    Beneficiaries: 100,000 individuals
Peru Flash Appeal
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Aid to displaced families located in camps or scattered with distribution of NFIs
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 50,000.00
    Objective:
    Give non-food supplies to families in shelters (kitchen utensils and linens kits).
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 families (35,000 people) (Piura, Lambayeque, Libertad)
  • Betterment of camp coordination and camp management, and camp upgrading in Piura, Lambayeque, Ancash, and Libertad
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 943,133.00
    Objective:
    Provide technical assistance and strengthening in CCCM with the national government and assistance in the installation, management; and give essential services in the shelters for the displaced population.
    Beneficiaries: 20,000 people
  • Improvement of the information management related to families displaced in camps and humanitarian needs
    Amount Requested: USD 100,000.00 Amount Received: USD 70,000.00
    Objective:
    Improve the information management of humanitarian needs and situation of displaced families in Piura, Lambayeque, Ancash and Libertad via DTM application.
    Beneficiaries: 20,000 people
  • Prevention of human trafficking and sexual exploitation in camps
    Amount Requested: USD 250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    1) Reduce the risk of trafficking and sexual exploitation in shelters, 2) Strengthen mechanisms for the prevention of trafficking and sexual exploitation, 3) Give technical assistance to regional, local and national governments in the prevention of trafficking and sexual exploitation
    Beneficiaries: 30,000 people in Lambayeque, La Libertad and Piura
  • Strengthening community and two-way communication of displaced people in camps and spontaneous sites
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 30,000.00
    Objective:
    1) Strengthen community participation and social networking of displaced families, 2) Strengthen community participation mechanisms for solving displacements, 3) Strengthen participation mechanisms for vulnerable groups, 4) Strengthen community two-way communication. 
    Beneficiaries: 10,000 people in Lambayeque, La Libertad and Piura

  Shelter

  • Distribution of tool kits for house repairing in districts of Lambayeque
    Amount Requested: USD 90,000.00 Amount Received: USD 69,048.00
    Objective:
    Help families repair their houses affected by floods in Lambayeque.
    Beneficiaries: 300 families
  • Emergency temporary housing in districts of Piura
    Amount Requested: USD 340,000.00 Amount Received: USD 340,000.00
    Objective:
    Provide families with emergency temporary housing.
    Beneficiaries: 200 families

Syria Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

Colombia Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Preparedness to address migration flows from Venezuela to Colombia in border zones and other cities where migrants settle or are in transit
    Amount Requested: USD 297,626.00 Amount Received: USD 249,260.00
    Objective:
    Objectives and activities include: i) support the GOC to set-up and implement the Temporary Migrant Attention Center on the border with Venezuela (Norte de Santander); ii) implement the second round of DTM in Bogota; and iii) strengthen GOC and NGO capacity to provide immediate assistance to migrants in targeted border areas.
    Beneficiaries: 200 public officers and NGO representatives; 5,828 migrants

  Early Recovery and Livelihoods

  • Accompanying victims of forced displacement and other crimes through the Mobile Unites GoC Strategy
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 11,100,000.00
    Objective:
    Support the implementation of the GoC's Mobile Units strategy in order to provide psychosocial assistance and comprehensive health support to indigenous children and adolescents in la Guajira Department. Mobile Units verify and guarantee rights of minors and coordinate with relevant state institutions the provision of comprehensive assistance in order to reduce high levels of malnutrition in Wayuu communities.         
    Beneficiaries: 18,700 vulnerable indigenous Children and adolescents from La Guajira Department
  • Reintegration of ex-combatants and Prevention of Recruitment of children by illegal armed groups
    Amount Requested: USD 1,400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 15,200,000.00
    Objective:
    Main activities are oriented to: i) IOM will help prepare for large-scale reintegration, improve management and exchange of information, and implement early reintegration activities from the start of the DDR cycle. ii) On prevention of recidivism and recruitment: IOM has identified risk factors for recidivism and recommended mitigation strategies. IOM will implement activities to increase effectiveness, monitoring and evaluation of current GoC prevention efforts as well as to involve the private sector and civil society in recruitment prevention initiatives; iii) On reintegration: IOM will support the GoC to implement the Legal Framework for Peace in connection with legal processing and ex-combatant contributions to truth, reparations and reconciliation; iv) IOM will also support the government in the implementation of Peace Accords' pedagogy strategies.
    Beneficiaries: 260 FARC former combatants and 1,500 children and community members
  • Return of migrants and socio-economic reintegration
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 330,000.00
    Objective:
    Support the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the implementation of the Positive Return Plan (governmental program). Main activities are oriented to i) develop a National Entrepreneurship Plan for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to accompany the economic reintegration of migrants returning to the country; ii) provide technical and financial assistance to migrants returning to the country in order to promote the development of productive projects, skills strengthening, entrepreneurship and their labor inclusion.
    Beneficiaries: 1,200 returnees
  • Rural development with territorial approach in 21 municipalities of the Cauca and Nariño Departments
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,350,000.00
    Objective:
    Support vulnerable populations in target regions, including victims of armed conflict, to increase effectiveness of rural development management practices and livelihoods, within the framework of post-conflict processes. Main activities are oriented to i) increase leverage of women, vulnerable groups and local stakeholders in the formulation of strategies for sustainable rural development; and ii) improve social and economic conditions for rural vulnerable groups in selected micro-regions sustained through private, public and community contributions.
    Beneficiaries: 1,400 vulnerable populations
  • Support the exit of minors from the FARC-EP camps
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 177,000.00
    Objective:
    In coordination with UNICEF, support the GoC in the process of releasing children from FARC in order to provide assistance in temporary transitional centers, and prepare for their reintegration and social inclusion. Activities include i) shelter and food provision with tailored approach (gender and ethnicity), implementation of initial characterization of beneficiaries, provision of psychosocial individual and familiar support, as well as a comprehensive assistance program to protect and guarantee the rights of all children; ii) the development of protective family environment diagnosis, provision of materials and supplies for the receptor families; and iii) technical support the Technical Committee created for the reception of the children. 
    Beneficiaries: 100 children and adolescents under 18 released from the FARC group

  Emergency Shelter

  • Capacity strengthen to address migration flows due to natural disasters
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 800,000.00
    Objective:
    To strengthen GoC agencies capacities in CCCM and shelter management in order to enhance emergency and preparedness support in remote areas affected by natural disasters, and to promote good practices in hygiene and provision of safe water, through social infrastructure. Activities will also include the implementation of a training strategy for local NGO partners with roles in migrant assistance and CCCM. Exact target areas will be defined according to GoC prioritization. 
    Beneficiaries: 200 people affected by natural disasters and 125 public servants
  • Preparedness to address migration flows from Venezuela to Colombia in border zones
    Amount Requested: USD 400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 215,400.00
    Objective:
    The objective of this intervention is three-fold: 1) To strengthen capacities of GoC agencies and NGO partners for the provision of immediate assistance to migrants in targeted border areas (including the development of contingency municipal plan based on assessments); 2) to improve displacement monitoring mechanisms providing periodic reports on population movements (including the development of an early warning monitoring system); and, 3) to enhance shelter and CCCM capacities of civil society organizations in key border areas (including the development of a training strategy for local NGO partners who have been traditionally involved in migrants' assistance in the border). Activities will take place in the border departments of Norte de Santander, Arauca, and Guajira. Exact border points will be defined according to GoC prioritization.
    Beneficiaries: 2,800 people living in the border zone; 120 officials and NGO partners trained in CCCM
Djibouti Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Protection

  • Increasing Protection and Humanitarian Assistance to Stranded Migrants in and transiting through Djibouti
    Amount Requested: USD 5,375,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Assistance will be provided to address basic protection needs and provide protection services to migrants in transit (evacuated from Yemen and stranded in Obock), with a focus on victims of trafficking, sick migrants, women and unaccompanied migrant children. Assistance includes food, NFIs, health and psychosocial assistance, return and reintegration, shelter, transportation and consular assistance.   
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 migrants (2,500 women, 2,500 men), including 1,000 children and 250 elderly

  Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene

  • WASH assistance to migrants throughout the migratory route in Djibouti
    Amount Requested: USD 570,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The integrated WASH response component aims to cover the needs of 100 per cent of the projected migrants in 2017 which is estimated at 34,750?. All the migrants entering through Djibouti and Obock official ports and the irregular migrants from Ethiopia border post, in need of access to safe water and adequate sanitation, will be targeted through the following interventions: (i) Construction of additional water points, gender-segregated showers and toilets in the Migrant Response Centre in Obock and other key hotspots along the migratory route (e.g.,Youboki, Lac Assal); (ii) Daily provision of fresh water to all persons fleeing the war in Yemen and disembarking at Djibouti-city Port.
    Beneficiaries: 3,4750 migrants, including 11,793 women and 22,957 men, of whom 3,202 children
Myanmar Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Early Recovery and Livelihoods

  • Early Recovery and Disaster Risk Reduction in Rakhine State
    Amount Requested: USD 9,800,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM is seeking to: Improve readiness to prepare and respond to natural disasters; Improve construction practices for increased protection; increase awareness and preparedness among the public; increase mangrove protection on the coastline; support communities affected by natural disasters to meet immediate needs; support the RSG to develop mass evacuation strategy on State level and on micro level; provide emergency prepositioning; provide humanitarian assistance to communities affected by violence and militarization; and to improve Displacement Management Capacity for communities affected by violence.
    Beneficiaries: 632,000 individuals

  Education

  • Prevention of Violent Extremism in Rakhine State
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,454,999.27
    Objective:
    Prevent Violent Extremism Through Youth Networking, giving youth populations, both Buddhists and Muslims the opportunity to engage in community development work which will allow them to interact with youth members of other villages while also creating income generation opportunities through cash-for-work. Communities will benefit from increased cash generation and skills training opportunities. The program will also improve connectivity between target villages in Kayuktaw, Maungdaw, Minbya, Mrauk-U, and Pauktaw with road and bridge construction included in cash-for-work activities. Other benefits will include enhancing beneficiaries ability to advocate their needs to Government or CSO actors and to develop analytical skills to understand the broader context of their communities. Youth leadership and facilitation training and small life skills training (including psychosocial first aid training) will be included and benefit these at-risk youth populations. 
    Beneficiaries: 2,500 individuals

  Multi-Sector

  • Community Stabilisation and Development in Rakhine State
    Amount Requested: USD 15,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,389,486.26
    Objective:
    IOM will conduct livelihoods capacity assessments to identify long-term potential to build livelihoods capacity. Conducting assessments to identify crops, livestock and businesses around which additional income can be generated through skills training with the intention of developing a skills training package (including TOT materials).  Food security will be strengthened by training farmers in sustainable agricultural practices, providing them with seeds, livestock and equipment, and lessons on irrigation and land rights. There will be a focus on income generation including skills and business training, information and technical assistance relating to mangrove protection and prioritisation of SME development. Community cohesion and stability will be improved by linking protection, health and DRR related interventions with community stabilisation and community development. The intervention aims to build communities who are resilient against natural disasters, climate change, social and economic stress. IOM will support inclusive community decision making through democratic community processes and encourage a lively civil society and additionally support communities and the RSG in targeted infrastructure development, supporting economic growth and resilience. 
    Beneficiaries: 60,000 individuals

  Protection

  • Protection in Rakhine State
    Amount Requested: USD 5,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM Myanmar will build capacity for improved migration governance by providing counter-trafficking training, material and equipment; providing technical advice in investigation and prosecution for law enforcement officials; liaising with Union and State governments to promote effective management of immigration and counter-trafficking and facilitating dialogue and cooperation on migration between countries along migratory routes. The project will promote the rule of law in migration and enhance integrated border management through advocacy, technical assistance and border management assessments while also strengthening the capacity of governments, international partners, private and civil society actors to protect migrants, by identifying vulnerabilities, providing direct assistance, legislative policy development and establishing/strengthening a referral system. Integral to the project will be research and data analysis including primary data collection and analysis of migrants€™ needs, vulnerabilities and motivations, communication patterns, information sources and factors influencing journeys. 
    Beneficiaries: 127,000 individuals

  Health and Nutrition

  • Strengthening health system through equitable sexual reproductive health services and gender-based violence for vulnerable populations in Rakhine state
    Amount Requested: USD 650,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    In line with IOM€™s existing MOU with the Ministry of Health and Sports (MOHS), IOM will support activities on improving health service facilities, improving health service capacity, reducing barriers to sexual reproductive health services and maternal, neonatal and child health service access, and conducting community health education and awareness raising on gender based violence and reproductive health including family planning in Rakhine State. IOM will primarily be working in Pauktaw and Buthidaung in collaboration with partners working in Rakhine State and the Township and State Health Departments. The Township and State Health Departments will be supported to deliver and improve health services for all including data collection and monitoring. IOM plans to continue to advocate for improved health access and service deliveries for all communities at local, state and national levels, and ensures links are maintained with humanitarian and development initiatives. This initiative is part of IOM€™s approach to address the needs of the €˜whole of Rakhine State€™ benefitting both the Rakhine and Muslim communities.
    Beneficiaries: 75,000 IDPs in Rakhine State
  • Three Millennium Development Goal Fund (3MDG) MNCH Rakine State
    Amount Requested: USD 1,650,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    OM will build on the existing work with the Ministry of Health and Sports (MOHS) in Myanmar and in Rakhine State to support health system strengthening using a €œwhole township€ approach, with a focus on supporting Maternal, New-born and Child Health and Primary Health Care. The strategy will focus on capacity building of health care staff, outreach services, referrals and planning and management of the THD and ensure a conflict- sensitive approach to addressing chronic health system deficiencies and work closely with State and Township Health Departments, and all communities to address critical gaps in health service availability and accessibility. The primary aim of the activities would be increased accessibility to, and availability of essential maternal and child health services of Buthidaung and Paukdaw in Rakhine State.
    Beneficiaries: 75,000 IDPs in Rakhine State

  Shelter and Non-Food Items/CCCM

  • Supporting populations affected by violence through the strengthening of displacement management and camp management in hard to access areas in Kachin and Non-Government Controlled Areas in Northern Shan State, Myanmar
    Amount Requested: USD 510,560.00 Amount Received: USD 2,999,984.00
    Objective:
    The overall objective of the CCCM Support and Capacity-Building in Kachin and Northern Shan States project is to ensure improved living conditions within the NGCA IDP camps, reduce exposure to major protection risks particularly for the most vulnerable groups - including women, children, people with specific needs and the elderly. The specific objective is to contribute to improved-management and coordination of humanitarian assistance within IDP camps in NGCA and hard to reach locations as a result of improved management of camps by designated/de facto camp management agencies. This will be achieved by: (1) Supporting and building the capacity of local national NGO's to perform camp management functions within priority IDP camps in the NGCA and hard to reach locations; and (2) Training of NGOs and other key stakeholders to increase outreach of CCCM and protection activities to surrounding/host communities.
    Beneficiaries: 3 LNGO/CBO (supporting 40,000 IDPs)
South Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Provision of Camp Coordination and Camp Management services to displaced populations in South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 12,630,000.00 Amount Received: USD 8,163,994.00
    Objective:
    Improve living standards, strengthen accountable service delivery and support information-based decision-making for IDPs and humanitarian responders in camps and camp-like settings.
    Beneficiaries: 630,239 IDPs (547,805) and host communities (82,434), including 352,934 women and 277,305 men, of whom 384,446 children and 18,907 eldery

  Health

  • Sustainable life-saving Primary Health Care Services, Rapid Response and Mental Health and Psychosocial Support for Vulnerable Individuals in Unity, Upper Nile and Western Bahr el Ghazal, and other sites across South Sudan - SSD-18/WS/119554
    Amount Requested: USD 15,311,144.00 Amount Received: USD 6,185,822.86
    Objective:
    Improve access and scale-up of responsiveness to essential healthcare needs of the vulnerable populations by focusing on the major causes of morbidity and mortality. In 2018, an estimated 5.2 million people in South Sudan will be in need of humanitarian healthcare services. i) IOM's Migration Health Unit (MHU) will continue to provide critical lifesaving health care through both static and mobile clinics in areas across the country populated with vulnerable individuals; ii) IOM will provide, as in the previous year, services to approximately 230,000 individual beneficiaries in seven static clinics in the PoCs of Bentiu, Malakal and Wau and Wau collective centres of Nazareth and Cathedral. All seven static clinics provide lifesaving referral primary health care (PHC) services and referral services and basic emergency obstetric and new born care (BeMONC) which includes antenatal and postnatal care; iii) IOM will also continue to provide mass routine vaccinations through the expanded programme on immunization (EPI), as well as health and hygiene education and promotion through door-to-door support, at clinics and through community based events; iv) IOM will also continue to provide comprehensive HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis testing and treatment services in the PoC locations and selected locations outside the PoCs. IOM will continue to mobilise its Rapid Response Teams (RRTs) to deliver lifesaving PHC and outbreak response to hard-to-reach vulnerable populations; and v) IOM will continue to mainstream MHPSS into ongoing PHC services through training of health workers and the provision of direct community based MHPSS services.
    Beneficiaries: 323,261 IDPs and host community members, and vulnerable populations outside the PoCs (274,609 IDPs & 68,652 host community members)
  • Sustaining Life saving Primary Health Care Services and Provision of Rapid Response and Psychosocial Support for Vulnerable IDPs, Returnees and Affected Host Communities in Unity, Upper Nile and Western Bahr el Ghazal, and other sites across South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 14,124,800.00 Amount Received: USD 12,986,759.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to the reduction of avoidable morality and morbidity through the provision of life-saving, rapid response primary health care services, TB and HIV diagnosis and treatment, as well as strengthening access to mental health and psychological support services (PSS) for vulnerable IDPs, returnees and conflict-affected host communities. 
    Beneficiaries: 307,060 IDPs (245,648) and host communities (61,412), including 156,600 women and 150,460 men, of whom 190,377 children and 6,141 elderly

  Logistics

  • Provide Common Logistics Services for Humanitarians in the Republic of South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 5,200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,799,999.98
    Objective:
    The IOM managed Common Transport Service provides support to humanitarian partners across South Sudan by providing a transport and warehousing system for the effective and timely delivery of humanitarian assistance. i) In 2018, CTS will provide logistics, cargo and warehouse management to over 80 humanitarian partners. IOM maintains an 18-truck fleet which ensures the timely overland transport of humanitarian relief items. IOM also facilitates transportation of cargo by air and maintains an effective Fleet Management System which handles cargo effectively and professionally, through consolidation and loading at hubs and cargo handling until final destination. IOM will continue to maintain and improve the critical humanitarian hubs in Malakal, Bentiu, Melut, Bor and Rumbek.
    Beneficiaries: 80 humanitarian partners
  • Provision of Common Logistics Services for Humanitarians in the Republic of South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 5,168,470.00 Amount Received: USD 3,127,674.00
    Objective:
    This project falls in line with Cluster Objectives, which are to provide logistics, cargo, and passenger air services to the humanitarian community to address the needs of the affected population. Specifically, this project will support 80 agencies benefiting from the Common Transport System in Malakal, Bentiu, Wau and other key operational locations and strategies (movement of cargo and warehousing).
    Beneficiaries: 80 Humanitarian/UN Agencies

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Provide life-saving shelter and life sustaining NFI services to vulnerable populations, including IDPs in South Sudan - SSD18/S-NFI/119598 and SSD-18/S-NFI/119599
    Amount Requested: USD 19,736,104.00 Amount Received: USD 8,818,526.53
    Objective:
    Effectively coordinate the humanitarian partner's efforts to address the shelter and non-food item needs of the crisis affected populations, and to ensure that life-saving shelter materials and life-sustaining non-food items (NFIs) are procured and available to humanitarian partners for further distribution to beneficiaries. Newly displaced populations and those in protracted displacement will continue to require timely and effective access to life-saving shelter and NFIs. The S/NFI Cluster estimates that due to the persistent dire situation, 1.67 million individuals are in need of S/NFI assistance in 2018. To build resilience of affected-populations, IOM S/NFI response teams will proactively integrate a people-centered approach to holistically involve the affected populations. In 2017, IOM successfully piloted cash-based interventions in Wau and Bentiu PoCs. In 2018, IOM will widen these activities. IOM S/NFI will also continue to build the capacity of its partners. As the S/NFI Cluster Lead, IOM will be responsible for about 22 per cent of the S/NFI Pipeline and deliver items to 787,919 individuals and the S/NFI Cluster will assist approximately 213,104 individual beneficiaries.
    Beneficiaries: 1,001,023 IDPs, host community members and returnees
  • Provision of coordination services and emergency Shelter/NFI assistance to people in need in South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 1,657,500.00 Amount Received: USD 615,802.00
    Objective:
    Support Cluster partners and contribute to the effective implementation of targeted shelter and NFI response through continued coordination of the Cluster and provide flexible, rapid response to meet the acute needs of conflict-affected people in South Sudan.
    Beneficiaries: 170,000 IDPs (136,680), returnees (27,030), and host communities (6,290), including 88,400 women and 81,600 men, of whom 81,600 children and 3,400 elderly
  • Provision of shelter materials and NFI to people in need in South Sudan (Pipeline)
    Amount Requested: USD 20,058,217.00 Amount Received: USD 10,425,077.00
    Objective:
    Efficient procurement, transportation, prepositioning and storage of shelter material and NFI to ensure swift delivery to those in need.
    Beneficiaries: 945,000 IDPs (759,945), returnees (150,000) and host communities (35,055), including 491,400 women and 453,600 men, of whom 453,600 children and 472,500 elderly
  • Resilient Shelter and NFI Solutions for Conflict and Disaster Affected in South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 1,143,750.00 Amount Received: USD 455,441.00
    Objective:
    Contribute towards the strengthening of community coping mechanisms and cohesion of vulnerable and at-risk communities through the provision of more sustainable and cost-effective non-food items and emergency shelter interventions. 
    Beneficiaries: 50,000 IDPs (25,000), returnees (6,250) and affected individuals (18,750), including 26,000 women and 24,000 men, of whom 24,000 children and 1,000 elderly

  Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene

  • Procurement and management of core pipeline WASH emergency supplies to support the enhancement of the WASH sector’s preparedness and response in South Sudan.
    Amount Requested: USD 7,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 7,650,534.00
    Objective:
    Bolster the WASH cluster’s capacity to respond to emerging humanitarian response in locations with greatest needs through the management of a portion of the WASH core pipeline. 
    Beneficiaries: 234,283 beneficiaries, including 151,714 women and 82,569 men, of whom 162,320 children and 2,261 elderly
  • Provision of emergency WASH assistance for affected populations in South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 8,550,000.00 Amount Received: USD 14,573,293.00
    Objective:
    Provide emergency water and sanitation, and promote good hygiene among underserved and vulnerable populations affected by conflict, floods, disease outbreaks and acute malnutrition in South Sudan.
    Beneficiaries: 213,000 IDPs (122,159) and host communities (90,841), including 119,280 women and 93,720 men, of whom 128,053 children and 5,582 elderly
  • WASH Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPnR) Operations to assists IDPs and vulnerable communities affected by conflict, flood, disease outbreaks and acute malnutrition
    Amount Requested: USD 1,650,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,449,402.00
    Objective:
    Deliver and enhance the immediate WASH emergency relief assistance through the deployment of mobile teams to areas where vulnerable populations affected by conflict, floods, disease outbreaks and acute malnutrition.
    Beneficiaries: 107,259 beneficiaries, including 60,423 women and 46,836 men, of whom 66,858 children and 2,145 elderly

  Coordination and Common Services

  • Provide information services to support the humanitarian response to effectively meet the needs of vulnerable populations
    Amount Requested: USD 6,775,808.00 Amount Received: USD 2,649,204.21
    Objective:
    Provide humanitarian partners with up-to-date data and analysis on displacement, to ensure partners' responses are well informed. As the crisis continues to spread to new areas and humanitarian needs rapidly increase, it is becoming increasingly important to effectively address the highest priority needs. Inaccessibility and insecurity across the country present challenges in the collection of data, which can preclude efforts to target programming based upon a strong evidence base. In this context, humanitarian agencies need detailed and up-to-date information on the numbers, locations and changing needs of the displaced populations and host communities, in order to identify and address emerging and ongoing needs. To address the growing needs of IDPs and their host communities, DTM will continue to support evidence-based decisions by conducting biometric registration in the PoCs as well as outside the PoCs, expand Flow Monitoring at key transit points in South Sudan, and conduct Village Assessment Surveys.
    Beneficiaries: 743,917 IDPs
  • Provision of information and logistical services to support the humanitarian response to people in need
    Amount Requested: USD 4,370,000.00 Amount Received: USD 4,200,000.00
    Objective:
    Support humanitarian responders to make information-based decisions and provide assistance to people in need. 
    Beneficiaries: 630,239 IDPs (547,805) and host communities (82,434), including 352,934 women and 277,305 men, of whom 384,446 children and 18,907 eldery

  Camp Management and Displacement Tracking

  • Provide Camp Coordination and Campo Management services to displaced populations in South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 10,475,300.00 Amount Received: USD 5,241,971.34
    Objective:
    Improve the living standards, strengthen accountable life-saving service delivery, and support voluntary durable solutions for IDPs in camps and camp-like settings. Activities include: i) In 2018, the CCCM Cluster will prioritize response to the new and unreached IDP populations in camp and camp-like settings while maintaining its responsibility to the new and unreached IDP populations in camp and camp-like settings. The Cluster will target 826,399 of the estimated 1.8 million IDPs in South Sudan; ii) IOM will continue to be a direct partner of the CCCM Cluster through the implementation of Camp Management activities in Wau and Bentiu PoC sites and site maintenance and development in Malakal PoC. In addition, a mobile CCCM team will respond to the needs of other camp-like-settings across the Equatorias, Western Bahr el Ghazel, Jonglei and Upper Nile states; iii) IOM will continue to provide site planning and development expertise and leadership for the planned Malakal PoC site reconfiguration. IOM will ensure orderly and equitable distribution and management of space through relocations and dismantlement; and iv) Finally, as Cluster Co-Lead, IOM will continue to assume the role as a provider of last resort for the CCCM Sector in South Sudan, alongside UNHCR.
    Beneficiaries: 826,399 IDPs

  Unspecific Funding

  • Flexible funding towards the South Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan
    Amount Requested: USD 0.00 Amount Received: USD 2,886,022.00

  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

  • Provide emergency WASH assistance to affected populations in South Sudan, including through the procurement and management of WASH Core Pipeline emergency supplies
    Amount Requested: USD 18,700,000.00 Amount Received: USD 16,539,869.76
    Objective:
    IOM aims at providing emergency water and sanitation as well as promote good hygiene practices to vulnerable crisis-affected populations. i) In 2018, IOM WASH will contribute to the WASH Cluster in the overall coordination of WASH activities through sustained support with a dedicated WASH State Focal Point for Upper Nile; ii) The WASH team will also provide integrated WASH services in the PoCs in Bentiu, Malakal, Melut and Wau, ensuring that WASH activities are maintained at a good standard and scale up or revise activities if there are any significant population influxes in PoCs. Services provided by IOM WASH in the four PoCs include provision of safe drinking water, sanitation services as well as hygiene promotion; and iii) In addition, WASH activities promoting gender balance and mitigating gender-based violence will continue to be strengthened in the PoCs. The WASH Emergency Preparedness Response (EPnR) team will expand the beneficiaries' access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene promotion messaging to underserved crisis-affected populations in hard-to-reach and underserved areas. IOM will ensure that gender-based violence (GBV) mitigation activities will be mainstreamed in all WASH hard and software components. WASH services will also be majorly expanded outside the PoCs with the USAID funded multi-year WASH-GBV project which will enter into its second year in 2018. Through this, IOM will work closely with community Water Management Committees as well as build the capacities of the Rural Water Department.
    Beneficiaries: Frontline: 318,849 IDPs and members of host communities - Pipeline 750,000 IDPs and members of host communities
Haiti Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Assist vulnerable IDPs through local integration and formalization of Camps
    Amount Requested: USD 8,373,275.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To end long term displacement and provide durable solution to approximately 1,000 IDP households residing in three IDP camps through land tenure security and improvement of existing infrastructures and access to basic services. A cornerstone of the formalization approach is to ensure that IDP families receive a "Contrat d'Affermage" guaranteeing that they are legally authorized to occupy a plot of land belonging to the Government in exchange for the payment of a small yearly fee. In addition to ensuring land tenure security, IOM will implement environmental risk mitigation works (site leveling) to mitigate the impact of flooding, build public infrastructures (roads, playgrounds, public lighting, water points) and delineate parcels of an acceptable size (approx. 100sqm) for each IDP family. Technical guidance on safe construction practices will be provided to the families wishing to start construction of their own homes and housing support will be provided to ensure that the families benefit from safe and durable housing solutions, in line with established construction norms and standards.
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 IDPs (1,000 households)
  • Humanitarian support to the sustainable return, relocation and integration of internally displaced persons from 2010
    Amount Requested: USD 4,915,500.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To provide assistance to the remaining IDPs while ensuring their access to basic services and protection in the metropolitan area and the region of des Palmes. More than eight years after the earthquake that hit Haiti in January 2010, 37,546 IDPs remain displaced within 26 camps. Families that remain displaced have exhausted all resources required to ensure the minimum living standards and the long term displacement has exacerbated their conditions of deprivation, forcing them to rely heavily on external assistance, and perpetuated their exposure to natural hazards and, in some cases, eviction. The IDPs remaining in sites continue to have limited or no access to basic services such as WASH, health, and education etc. and thus are particularly vulnerable to health issues that may arise from the unavailability of such basic services. In an effort to continue supporting the activities implemented throughout the last seven years as well as strengthen existing operations, IOM's proposed activities aim to end the displacement of 19,700 IDPs (5,400 families). Proposed activities include: i) camp closure and decommissioning; ii) camp coordination and management; and iii) protection assistance.
    Beneficiaries: 19,700 IDPs (5,400 households)
  • Support to the safe and dignified return of the remaining displaced families from Hurricane Matthew in Grande Anse and South Departments
    Amount Requested: USD 406,260.00 Amount Received: USD 200,000.00
    Objective:
    Promote durable housing solutions for the remaining displaced families from Hurricane Matthew in Grande Anse and South Departments. The project aims to provide assistance to an estimated 230 households (1,150 individuals) who continue to live in displacements sites (camp-like settlements and collective centers) in the Southern Peninsula. The assistance provided will be a conditional cash grant for durable shelter assistance, as well as onward referral to active Shelter partners when appropriated for beneficiaries whose houses were completely destroyed and require reconstruction assistance. IOM's initial activity will be to conduct an identification, formal registration and sensitization exercise. Through this activity, IOM will capture reliable statistical data and information on the displaced population. Furthermore, the beneficiaries will be sensitized on the project activities, as well as receive hygiene and protection sensitizations. Following the registrations, IOM in collaboration with the respective Mayor's office will validate the beneficiary lists. Once validated, IOM will provide a total conditional cash grant to each household, which will be divided in three (3) tranches for the displaced household to access durable shelter solutions. In accordance with the Government of Haiti's strategy, this project will allow for the permanent closure of the displacement sites opened after Hurricane Matthew and provide the displaced families with safe shelter solutions in their areas of origin before the upcoming cyclone season.
    Beneficiaries: 1,150 IDPs (230 households)

  Protection

  • Border monitoring and protection of highly vulnerable Haitian or their descendants on the Hispaniola Island through capacity building for migration management and migrant
    Amount Requested: USD 1,473,818.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The overall objective of the project is to ensure the protection of highly vulnerable Haitian returnees by providing humanitarian partners with accurate and timely information, ensuring the safe and timely referral of vulnerable cases, and ensure that irregular and vulnerable returning migrants receive live saving, emergency protection assistance upon arrival in Haiti. This includes: border monitoring, referral mechanisms for vulnerable migrants, case registration, documentation and referral, and early warning system.
    Beneficiaries: 57,200 vulnerable migrants
  • Border monitoring and protection of highly vulnerable Haitians or their descendants on the Hispaniola Island through capacity building for migration management
    Amount Requested: USD 1,473,818.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project aims to ensure the protection of highly vulnerable Haitian returnees by providing humanitarian partners with accurate and timely information, ensuring the safe and timely referral of vulnerable cases, and ensure that irregular and vulnerable returning migrants receive live saving, emergency protection assistance upon arrival in Haiti. In collaboration with the border monitoring network, IOM aims to track and monitor cross border movements from the Dominican Republic to the Haitian side of the border, occurring at the four official border points and the 96 informal crossing points along the border. Through this activity, IOM aims to reduce tensions between the Dominican Republic and Haiti through better border and migration management as well as by protecting the most vulnerable populations. Activities include: i) scale-up border monitoring of four formal and some 96 informal border crossing points. This monitoring system also functions as a referral mechanism of specific protection cases and early-warning system; ii) ensure referral and registration and support readmission / repatriation of persons entitled to Dominican citizenship with due respect to the principle of family unity; iii) ensure minimum protection and care of vulnerable and unaccompanied children, including family tracing and reunification; and iv) prevent informal settlements through adapted support to return, delocalisation and appropriate referral of immediate and medium needs.
    Beneficiaries: 57,200 vulnerable migrants
  • Protecting Victimes of Trafficking in Hurricane Matthew Devastated Areas
    Amount Requested: USD 700,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project will contribute to improve the overall protection of affected population by preventing trafficking in persons and irregular migration. The proposed action aims to contribute to improving the overall protection of affected population by preventing trafficking in persons (TiP) and irregular migration. The action includes the following three components: (1) Provision of protection assistance to identified cases of trafficking in persons TiP, (2) sensitization/awareness raising campaign on TiP, and (3) strengthen the capacity of national/community based organizations to identify and refer victims of trafficking.
    Beneficiaries: 15,000 victims of trafficking and vulnerable populations
  • Strengthening the protection referral mechanisms for vulnerable migrants at the border area between Haiti and the Dominican Republic
    Amount Requested: USD 1,250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project aims to strengthen the protection referral mechanism for vulnerable migrants at the four official Border Crossing Points (BCPs) in border areas between Haiti and the Dominican Republic in order to ensure that irregular and vulnerable returning migrants receive live saving, emergency protection assistance upon arrival in Haiti. The project activities include: i) protection assistance: vulnerable migrants referred to and registered in the Border Resource Centers will be offered a holistic protection package tailored to their specific needs. The package includes: psychological first aid support and medical first aid support, livelihood activities, delivery of documentation, provision of support for school reinsertion; ii) strengthening of protection referral mechanisms for vulnerable migrants; and iii) awareness raising campaign on Trafficking in Persons (TiP) and safe migration.
    Beneficiaries: 85,200 vulnerable migrants

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Institutional, Operational and Technical Support to the Directorate Of Civil Protection (DPC)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To increase the capacity of the Government at the national level to coordinate and manage the preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery aspects of disaster risk management. IOM has liaised closely with the DPC and its Director to assist and support the DPC in its (reform) and its restructuring and to develop a project that strengthens the DPC's capacity in disaster risk management and CBDRM. This "reform" of the DPC reaffirms the place and the values of the DPC works and interventions and aims to reinforce its capacities to fight against natural disasters including the negative impacts of the climate changes: Specific support to the DPC's new approach efforts will focus on the following three areas: i) regional and international cooperation with Disaster Emergency Management Agencies; ii) an integration platform combining Risk Assessment and Preparedness Planning Established in the Civil Protection sector in Haiti; iii) the technical and institutional support to the DPC in its transitional phase; and iv) Community Based Disaster Risk Management.
    Beneficiaries: 10,000 vulnerable individuals (50,000 households)
  • NFI Pre-Positioning & Capacity Building for Strengthened Emergency Response Capacities
    Amount Requested: USD 2,700,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project will reinforce Haitian institutions capacity to respond in the event of a natural disaster during the 2017 hurricane season and contribute to effective delivery of disaster response by national actors. Activities include training for national stakeholders, rehabilitation of key evacuation shelters and establishment of management, logistical support to preposition relief commodities.
    Beneficiaries: 50,000 national partners
  • NFI Procurement and Stockpile Maintenance and Management for Emergency Preparedness for 2018 Hurricane season
    Amount Requested: USD 4,797,590.00 Amount Received: USD 1,720,902.00
    Objective:
    Support the availability of rapid NFI response anywhere in the country and for a maximum of 40,000 family beneficiaries during the 2018 Hurricane Season. Based upon IOM's lessons learned, key strategic priorities as well as the Departmental Lessons Learned Assessment Workshop, hurricane season 2016, IOM aims to implement a multifaceted intervention to strengthen the capacities of the national and departmental disaster response authorities. Activities include: i) NFI procurement and Warehousing Maintenance and Management for 4 warehouses; and ii) provide advanced capacity building support to warehouse staff in order to enhance their knowledge on NFI (non-food items) and warehouse management.
    Beneficiaries: 2,000,000 vulnerable individuals (40,000 households)
  • Promote early recovery through the provision of durable shelter solutions for the most vulnerable individuals affected by Hurricane Matthew
    Amount Requested: USD 32,732,905.00 Amount Received: USD 2,262,932.00
    Objective:
    The project aims to ensure the safety, security, and dignity of girls, boys, women and men still affected by Hurricane Matthew, through the provision of durable shelter solutions at their place of origin. Project activities include: i) house repairs and Core house construction. IOM aims to support the most vulnerable households through beneficiary driven recovery through the construction of 1,500 core houses (23m2) and the repairs of 1,500 severely damaged houses; ii) provide national and decentralized coordination and support to l'Unite de Construction de Logements et de Batiments publics (UCLBP) to lead, plan and manage the reconstruction efforts. By establishing a decentralized presence, UCLBP will be responsible for: providing strategic and technical guidance for the reconstruction and rehabilitation of affected areas; establishing reconstructions standards and guidelines; facilitating the liaison between the Municipalities and other relevant authorities, as well as national and international shelter partners, and; overseeing the urban planning process; iii) in accordance with Haiti's National Housing Policy, IOM aims to assist the Municipalities by supporting the organization, planning and management of reconstruction activities at the community level. The objective is to ensure that under the leadership of UCLBP, the municipalities regulate and oversee the reconstruction process, including through the issuance of building permits, the management of leases on public land (affermage) and the monitoring of zoning regulations. In this light, the municipalities will: ensure the application of the Risk Area mapping tools (developed by UNDP and the MICT; support the legal frameworks for construction (land survey, leasing of public land, issuance of building permits); support the urban planning process, and; strengthen local taxation schemes ("droit de fermage", "contribution fonciere sur la propriete batie", building permit fees).
    Beneficiaries: 47,000 vulnerable individuals (235,000 households)

  Camp Management and Displacement Tracking

  • Ensure the provision of basic services for internally displaced persons living in camps while focusing on their sustainable return
    Amount Requested: USD 7,270,650.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide access to durable solutions to the remaining IDPs while ensuring their access to basic services and protection. This includes: (1) Camp Closure and Decommissioning, (2) Camp Management & Coordination, and (3) Protection of the most vulnerable IDPs, including unaccompanied minors, SGBV survivors, elderly persons, Victims of Trafficking (VOTs), persons with disabilities, etc.
    Beneficiaries: 38,000 IDPs
  • Provide assistance to the population affected by hurricane Matthew by providing timely and accurate information through the Diplacement Tracking Mechanism (DTM)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,492,513.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The overall objective of the project is to ensure the provision of services to households most affected by the aftermath of hurricane Matthew by providing timely and accurate information on the most affected population living in evacuation shelters  and affected communes. This includes: (1) continuous Assessment of Emergency Evacuation Shelters, (2) Movement and displacement monitoring, and (3) registration in localities: Building Inventory and Household/Individual Registration. 
    Beneficiaries: 63,764 vulnerable individuals
  • Support the multi-sectorial response to displaced population in Haiti through a reinforced CCCM Coordination
    Amount Requested: USD 1,128,259.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To Ensure a coordinated response and access to basic services available to the IDPs remaining from the 2010 earthquake and the newly displaced population following Hurricane Matthew. Activities will include: (1) Monitoring of the humanitarian situation in displacement sites and camps in the West, South and Grande Anse Departments, (2) monitor, assess, and improve services at IDP camps and displacement sites where necessary, and advocate for respecting the safe, voluntary return of displaced population, (3) Strengthen links between IDPs and service providers, and (4) continue to engage with DPC Camp Managers and partners, compile and share, a list of vulnerable cases for support and assistance with health and psychosocial support partners, and work with local stakeholders towards effective camp/site closures where possible.
    Beneficiaries: 230,107 IDPs and vulnerable individuals
  • To ensure the integration of IDP camps Saint Etienne I and II through land tenure legalization and infrastructure improvements
    Amount Requested: USD 3,256,810.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project aims to resolve the displacement of IDPs in camps Saint Etienne  I and II  by promoting durable solutions including through the provision of land tenure security and improving existing infrastructures and access to basic services.
    Beneficiaries: 1,200 IDPs

  Cholera

  • Enhance health response through rapid response to cholera alerts and outbreaks and household water treatment in most affected Departments (Grand-Anse, South, South-East, West and Center)
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To provide early and timely response to Cholera outbreaks and support cholera management at institutional and community level to reduce morbidity and mortality related to cholera by improving access to safe drinking water for vulnerable population living in these affected departments. This includes: providing detection and treatment of suspected cases, supporting health centres, as well as support the distribution of medical and non-medical supplies and conducting refresher-training, and carry out sensitization campaigns.
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 patients and 250,000 individuals
Syria Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Multi-Sectoral Support for Conflict Affected IDPs Seeking Shelters in Reception Centers, Collective Centers and Tented Settlements in Syria - CCCM
    Amount Requested: USD 12,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,023,216.90
    Objective:
    In order or address the lifesaving needs of IDPs sheltering in collective centers and tented settlements, IOM will undertake the following activities: i) Increased availability of lifesaving humanitarian infrastructure and basic service facilities to provide conflict affected IDPs temporary shelter, protection and service provision during displacement, evacuations and possible returns; ii) Increased access to information on areas of return or IDP sites that addresses the different protection and basic needs of men, women, children and vulnerable groups to ensure IDP families make informed and dignified decisions on durable solutions; and iii) Improved and reinforced capacities of Camp Management Agencies and CCCM partner staff to effectively manage camps and IDP sites, including providing and utilizing proper protection, gender based violence (GBV), gender accountability mechanisms and tools to benefit IDPs.
    Beneficiaries: 135,240 displaced and host community members and 140 CCCM IP staff and field teams
  • Y- Multi-sector support to IDPs sheltering in tented settlements and collective centers (Gaziantep)
    Amount Requested: USD 9,421,706.00 Amount Received: USD 3,609,592.87
    Objective:
    Enhance lifesaving multi-sector support to displaced populations sheltering in tented settlements and collective centers in Northern Syria. This project will contribute to SO1: Provide coordinated life-saving multi-sectorial assistance to people living in IDP sites, SO3: Improve the physical quality in and accountability of IDP sites and SO4: Strengthen household and communal coping mechanisms in IDP sites.
    Beneficiaries: 85,380 IDPs (85,200) and implementing partners (180)

  Early Recovery and Livelihoods

  • Support Resilience and Community Stabilization Through Early Recovery and Livelihood Interventions
    Amount Requested: USD 14,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,000,000.00
    Objective:
    IOM's interventions will contribute to increasing the resilience of affected communities by improving access to livelihood opportunities and basic services. Activities include: i) Provision of skills/vocational trainings; ii) Provision of in kind grants to support setting up or restarting of individual income generating projects iii) Implementation of youth-led community projects; iv) Provision of business development support aiming to build entrepreneurship skills and encourage economically productive activities; and v) Capacity building of Syrian NGOs on livelihood project implementation and monitoring.
    Beneficiaries: 103,515 individuals
  • W - Livelihood Security and Community Economic Stabilization
    Amount Requested: USD 16,349,600.00 Amount Received: USD 388,593.52
    Objective:
    Provide livelihood opportunities and small business development help to strengthen community resilience and support the restoration of positive coping capacity.
    Beneficiaries: 41,150 IDPs (13,717), returnees (13,717), and host communities (13,716), including 20,575 women and 20,575 men, of whom 12,345 children and 1,235 elderly

  Health

  • Provision of Emergency Health Care to Displaced and Affected Populations
    Amount Requested: USD 4,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM's health programming for 2018 will continue to provide lifesaving and life sustaining humanitarian health assistance with an emphasis on those most at risk and in need. Activities include: i) Rehabilitation of hospitals and primary health care clinics; ii) Provision of medical equipment and supplies; iii) Disability support, including provision of wheelchairs, crutches, hearing aids and prosthesis; iv) Support to affected persons with management of non-communicable diseases; and v) Capacity building of health personnel.
    Beneficiaries: 155,500 IDPs and affected persons
  • W- Provision of Emergency Health Care to Displaced and Affected Populations (WoS- Damascus and Gaziantep)
    Amount Requested: USD 4,171,627.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide life-saving and life-sustaining humanitarian health assistance with an emphasis on those most at risk and in need. Inside Syria, IOM provides mobility equipment (prosthetics, wheelchairs. crutches) and care to improve access to basic services and livelihoods (SO3).
    Beneficiaries: 152,770 IDPs (50,858), returnees (50,856), host communities (50,856), and 200 local NGOs and partners

  Logistics

  • Logistical Support to Humanitarian Partners Through the Provision of Common Transport Service
    Amount Requested: USD 3,389,760.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM will continue to provide logistics services to humanitarian organizations responding to the Syria crisis. Activities include: i) Provision of surface transportation at no-cost recovery to Southern Syria (from the Ramtha crossing point) in coordination with the logistics cluster in Jordan; ii) Coordination with the Logistics cluster and OCHA to finalize load plans, list of drivers and verification of final destinations; and iii) Monitoring Mechanism for cross-border assistance devised with inputs from requesting agencies and support of field monitoring staff.
    Beneficiaries: 12 UN Agencies/INGOs and NGOs
  • W- Logistical Support to humanitarian partners through the provision of common warehousing and transportation (Whole of Syria Amman and Gaziantep)
    Amount Requested: USD 4,270,000.00 Amount Received: USD 27,774,159.32
    Objective:
    Provide logistics services (inclusive of surface transportation, transshipment, contingency fuel stock, emergency air transport and warehousing) to humanitarian organizations responding to the Syria crisis, IOM's Logistics Sector projects contribute to the overall sector objectives through the operation and maintenance of a common humanitarian warehouse in Gaziantep, and common humanitarian cargo transportation from Amman.
    Beneficiaries: 30 UN and INGO/NGO partners

  Protection

  • Enhancing the Protection of Populations Affected by the Crisis through Community-Based and Individually Targeted Protection Interventions
    Amount Requested: USD 4,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM's activities will improve the protection of populations affected by the crisis through community-based and individually targeted protection interventions and through advocacy with duty bearers. IOM will also continue to build the capacity of humanitarian actors and duty bearers at national and community level to assess, analyze, prevent and address protection risks and needs. Activities include: i) Provision of quality and integrated protection services with a focus on community based approaches including awareness raising, psychosocial support, targeted support to persons with specific protection needs and other community initiatives; ii) Provision of legal advice/counselling regarding access to civil status documentation and house/land/property (HLP) support; iii) Specialized child protection services (case management) for girls and boys available in targeted locations; and iv) Capacity building activities targeting humanitarian actors and national/ local authorities to improve quality provision of protection services, including on human trafficking issues.
    Beneficiaries: 40,000 IDPs, Migrants, Returnees and Host Communities

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Provision of Essential Non-Food Items and Shelter Assistance to the Most Vulnerable Families Affected by the Syrian Crisis
    Amount Requested: USD 55,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 3,646,304.00
    Objective:
    IOM will provide life-saving and life-sustaining shelter and NFI support and contribute towards the resilience and cohesion of communities and households by improving housing and related community/public infrastructure. Activities will include: i) Provision of core NFIs to the most vulnerable men, women, boys and girls including people living in hard to reach and besieged areas; ii) Provision of winterization assistance to vulnerable men, women, boys and girls; iii) Procurement, warehousing and transportation of contingency stock of NFIs and tents for off camp IDPs, vulnerable men, women, boys and girls; and iv) Provision of temporary/medium term shelter solutions to vulnerable families, men, women, boys and girls living in collective centers, unfinished buildings, spontaneous settlements and or other emergency spaces taking into consideration housing, land and property (HLP) issues (physical upgrade, in mind support, rental support, vouchers).
    Beneficiaries: 715,280 displaced and affected people
  • W- NFI and Shelter support to affected populations inside Syria (WoS- Damascus, Gaziantep and Amman)
    Amount Requested: USD 64,442,476.00 Amount Received: USD 3,770,929.52
    Objective:
    Provide life-saving and life-sustaining shelter and NFI support and SO2: Contribute towards the resilience and cohesion of communities and households by improving housing, and related community/public services, infrastructures, and facilities. IOM cross border and cross line teams have provided emergency NFI since the beginning of the crisis and since 2014 have implemented infrastructure repair and rehabilitation projects in communities throughout Syria.
    Beneficiaries: 1,058,685 IDPs (1,036,815), returnees (21,400), and 470 local partners

  Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene

  • X - Supporting WASH services to Displaced and Affected Families in Syria (Damascus)
    Amount Requested: USD 5,568,566.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to SO1: Sustainable Water and sanitation systems are maintained and/or restored to improve public health. Through the provision of emergency hygiene kits and WASH services to vulnerable, new displaced and conflict affected individuals, Contribute to SO2: Most vulnerable groups receive life-saving assistance and livelihood support to reduce WASH-related morbidity.
    Beneficiaries: 850000 IDPs (283,334), returnees (28,333), host communities (28,333), including 425,000 women and 425,000 men, of whom 255,000 children and 25,500 elderly

  Coordination and Common Services

  • W - Support to humanitarian agencies and systems through the establishment of humanitarian training centers, operation of the Displacement Tracking and Monitoring (DTM) system and PSEA coordination in Northern Syria
    Amount Requested: USD 7,030,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,920,372.42
    Objective:
    Provide partners with the tools to provide enhanced humanitarian response through the provision of PSEA coordination, the establishment of training center and the operation of the DTM too. These actions contribute to saving lives, the protection of civilians, reduction of suffering and building resilience by improving the overall effectiveness of the Syria Response through the provision of regularly updated information/data to better inform humanitarian response, raising of standards related to PSEA and the capacity building of NGO partners. The DTM tool contributes towards SO1: Provide effective coordination support at hub and WoS levels, facilitating a timely and evidence-based response informed by enhanced needs assessment and inf0101ation management with a focus on strengthening the response capacity of national humanitarian actors.
    Beneficiaries: 13,479,992 IDPs (5,164,237), returnees (532,790) and host communities (541,124), including 7,057,631 women and 6,417,561 men

  Coordination

  • Multi-Sectoral Support for Conflict Affected IDPs Seeking Shelters in Reception Centers, Collective Centers and Tented Settlements in Syria - Coordination
    Amount Requested: USD 7,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 194,898.46
    Objective:
    IOM aims to coordinate with the humanitarian partners to provide multi-sectoral support to the conflict affected IDPs in reception and collective centers and tented settlements. Activities include: i) Operation of the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) tool to provide humanitarian partners with timely population, needs and displacement data through regular reporting and specialized assessments as requested by humanitarian partners; ii) Establishment and management of humanitarian training facilities to provide Syrian humanitarian staff a space to receive training and iii) Coordinate PSEA training and activities for humanitarian actors working at the whole of Syria level.
    Beneficiaries: 45 Humanitarian Organizations and 4,800 NGO staff members

  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

  • Support to WASH Infrastructures and Services to Displaced and Affected Families in Syria
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM activities will aim to ensure continuous services and deliveries of humanitarian WASH supplies to the most vulnerable people. Activities include: i) Restoration of sustainable WASH services through rehabilitation of infrastructure and maintenance operations; ii) Provision of lifesaving WASH services and NFIs to vulnerable IDPs and affected communities; ii) Hygiene promotion through information campaigns, focus group discussions and community based water committees; and iv) Capacity Building of WASH stakeholders in operations, maintenance and good hygiene practices.
    Beneficiaries: 800,000 individuals
Ukraine Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Protection

  • Addressing human trafficking and exploitation among conflicted-affected population
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,000,000.00
    Objective:
    Address increased risks of human trafficking through facilitating access to reintegration services for survivors of human trafficking and labour abuse and strengthening measures to prevent trafficking in persons among IDPs.  
    Beneficiaries: 1,000: 500 women and 500 men, including 20 children and 80 elderly
  • Addressing human trafficking and exploitation among the conflict-affected population
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To mitigate growing risks of human trafficking IOM aims to ensure identification and referral of the victims of trafficking among the conflict-affected population, with a particular attention to the population living in proximity to the contact line, with subsequent access to comprehensive yet tailored to individual needs reintegration and rehabilitation assistance for identified victims of trafficking. Concurrently, IOM will carry out preventive measures raising awareness about risks of trafficking and exploitation and providing contacts of the currently operating helplines to the vulnerable population.
    Beneficiaries: 10,300 individuals (in addition to 312,000 individuals to be reached through the awareness raising campaign)
  • Community revitalization through integrated psychosocial support and social cohesion for conflict-affected communities
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 638,384.55
    Objective:
    To contribute to the revitalization of conflict-affected communities through integrated psychosocial support for IDPs, returnees and other community members and support community-driven social cohesion activities to promote integration and further reconciliation.
    Beneficiaries: 30,000 individuals (18,000 - female; 12,000 - male; 6,500 - children; 3,000 - elderly; 12,000 - IDPs, 6,000 - returnees, 12,000 - host community members)
  • Essential integrated Psychosocial Support and Social Cohesion for IDPs, returnees and other conflict-affected communities in areas of high concern
    Amount Requested: USD 2,400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 965,125.00
    Objective:
    Ccontribute to the promotion of the psychosocial wellbeing of IDPs, returnees and conflict-affected communities, reducing the emotional impact of their predicaments and fostering their harmonious integration in the local environment, with particular attention to the needs of most vulnerable persons.  
    Beneficiaries: 30,000 IDPs (12,000), returnees (14,000), and host communities (12,000), including 18,000 women and 12,000 man, of whom 6,500 children and 3,000 elderly

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Essential winterization NFIs, equipment and solid fuel assistance for most vulnerable IDP, returnee and other conflict-affected communities in the GCA and NGCA of Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts
    Amount Requested: USD 4,100,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to the reduction of vulnerabilities deriving from conflict-induced loss of assets as well as inadequate shelter and winterization preparedness by providing NFIs, shelter support for vulnerable individuals, addressing protection cases of conflict affected persons facing challenges with accommodation residing in collective centers and willing to move or in substandard accommodations or under the threat of eviction due to exhaustion of resources.
    Beneficiaries: 64,000: IDPs (12,000), returnees (27,000) and host communities (25,000) - (35,200 women, 28,800 men), including 20,000 children and 7,000 elderly
  • Essential winterization NFIs, equipment and solid fuel assistance for the most vulnerable returnee, IDP and other conflict-affected communities in the GCA and NGCA of Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts
    Amount Requested: USD 3,937,600.00 Amount Received: USD 3,468,206.53
    Objective:
    To contribute to the reduction of vulnerabilities deriving from conflict-induced loss of assets as well as inadequate shelter and winterization preparedness. The project will mitigate negative coping strategies by increasing access to winterization, NFIs and essential equipment for already vulnerable women, men, girls and boys among IDP, returnee and other conflict-affected communities, in households, collective centres and social institutions of Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts (GCA and NGCA).
    Beneficiaries: 49,190 individuals (27,052 - female, 22,138 - male; 4,919 - children; 14,757 - elderly; 8,000 - IDPs, 21,190 - returnees, 20,000 - host community members)
  • Improving access to adequate shelter solutions through Cash for Rent support and addressing identified needs of the selected households related to work, health and legal issue
    Amount Requested: USD 1,400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide shelter support for vulnerable individuals, addressing protection cases of conflict affected persons facing challenges with accommodation residing in collective centers and willing to move or in substandard accommodations or under the threat of eviction due to exhaustion of resources. 
    Beneficiaries: 3,000: IDPs (3,000) - (1,900 women, 1,100 men), including 750 children and 400 elderly

  Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene

  • Essential WASH assistance for most vulnerable IDP, returnee and other conflict-affected communities in GCA and NGCA of Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 3,605,767.00
    Objective:
    To increase access to hygiene NFIs and running water among the most vulnerable IDP, returnee and other conflict-affected communities in Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts (GCA and NGCA) through provision of hygiene NFIs and WASH rehabilitations at sites and collective centers based on vulnerability criteria defined in coordination with local counterparts, stakeholders and humanitarian actors.
    Beneficiaries: 38,000: IDPs (12,000), returnees (14,000) and host communities (12,000) - (20,900 women, 17,100 men), including 11,400 children and 3,800 elderly

  Food Security and Livelihoods

  • Strengthening the resilience and social cohesion of crisis-affected communities by empowering IDPs, returnees and host community members through the provision of sustainable livelihoods and exchange opportunities in areas of high concern
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 6,579,369.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen the resilience of conflict affected communities through the engagement of unemployed IDP, returnee and host communities in GCA areas of high concern including a pilot livelihoods project in NGCA - with priority given to those meeting vulnerability criteria - in vocational trainings and income generating activities such as start-up and microenterprise grants tailored to the specific needs of women, youth and other vulnerable groups as people with disabilities, minorities. The resilience of targeted communities will be further strengthened through a social cohesion component involving
    Beneficiaries: 10,800: IDPs (4,800) returnees (3,000) and host communities (3,000) - (6,300 women, 4,500 men)

  Other Sectoral Interventions

  • Increasing the capacity of most vulnerable IDPs, returnees and conflict affected population to cover critical expenses of households residing in areas of high concern close to contact line of Donetsk and Luhansk GCA
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Increase the capacity of vulnerable IDPs, returnees and conflict affected populations residing in areas close to contact line of Donetsk and Luhansk GCA, identified by the Cash Working Group to cover the most burdensome critical household expenses, through a flexible and versatile multipurpose cash scheme that sustains protection exigencies and preferences of beneficiaries while offering an appropriate value for money solution.
    Beneficiaries: 8,000: IDPs (8,000) - (5,000 women, 3,000 men), including 2,600 children and 2,200 elderly

  Multi-Purpose Cash

  • Increasing the capacity of the most vulnerable conflict-affected populations to cover critical expenses of households residing in areas of high concern close to contact line of Donetsk and Luhansk GCA
    Amount Requested: USD 1,088,000.00 Amount Received: USD 873,376.00
    Objective:
    To increase the capacity of vulnerable conflict-affected populations residing in areas close to the contact line of Donetsk and Luhansk GCA, identified by the Cash Working Group to cover the most burdensome critical household expenses, through a flexible and versatile multipurpose cash scheme.
    Beneficiaries: 4,000 IDPs (2,400 - female, 1,600 - male; 800 - children; 800 - elderly)

  Livelihoods

  • Strengthening the resilience of crisis-affected communities by empowering IDPs, returnees and host community members through the provision of sustainable livelihoods (GCA and NGCA)
    Amount Requested: USD 3,858,003.00 Amount Received: USD 607,273.00
    Objective:
    To strengthen the resilience of conflict-affected communities through the engagement of unemployed IDP, returnee and host communities in GCA areas of high concern including tailored livelihood support in the NGCA - with priority given to those meeting vulnerability criteria - in vocational trainings and income generating activities such as start-up and microenterprise grants tailored to the specific needs of women, youth and other vulnerable groups as people with disabilities, minorities.
    Beneficiaries: 13,680 individuals (8,208 - female, 5,472 - male; 3,967 - IDPs; 1,231 - returnees; 8,482 - host communities

  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

  • Essential WASH assistance for the most vulnerable IDP, returnee, and other conflict-affected communities in GCA and NGCA of Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts
    Amount Requested: USD 4,815,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,317,993.00
    Objective:
    Increase access to hygiene NFIs and improved WASH infrastructure among the most vulnerable IDPs, returnees and other conflict-affected communities in Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts (GCA and NGCA).
    Beneficiaries: 37,000 individuals (20,350 - female, 16,650 - male; 7,400 - children; 3, 700 - elderly; 2,000 - IDPs, 10,000 - returnees, 25,000 - host community members)
Libya Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Health

  • Provide health care services in conflict affected communities in Libya
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 120,000.00
    Objective:
    Support to restoration of basic functionality of essential services and livelihoods in conflict-affected communities in Libya. Activities will include: i) health facilities supported with equipment and supplies; ii) number of staff (e.g. doctors, nurses and paramedics) trained on basic health service packages and clinical best practices; iii) primary health care consultations provided to IDPs in health facilities or through mobile clinic at the camps; and iv) host community members reached with health promotion and prevention campaigns.
    Beneficiaries: 12,000 IDPs and host communities in Libya

  Multi-Sector

  • Multi-sectoral humanitarian assistance and protection to at-risk migrants in Libya
    Amount Requested: USD 1,163,677.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide protection assistance to the most vulnerable persons affected by the conflict through direct support and referral to partner organizations and or existing mechanisms. Activities will include: i) provision of holistic assistance (medical, psychosocial, socio-economic reintegration, schooling, and accommodation) to victims of gender-based violence affected during the conflict; and iii) reinforcing and/or putting in place mental health and psychosocial support services for women and girls affected by the conflict.
    Beneficiaries: 49,600 IDPs, returnees and host communities in Libya
  • Provision of life-saving multi-setorial services to meet the needs of the most vulnerable migrants in Libya
    Amount Requested: USD 23,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 19,738,856.00
    Objective:
    Reducing deaths and human suffering of rescued and detained migrants as well as vulnerable migrants in urban settings by providing culterally appropriate and gender sensitive humanitarian aid and services.
    Beneficiaries: 97,542 refugees (10,000) and migrants (87,542), including 19,508 women and 78,033 men, of whom 8,779 children and 975 elderly

  Protection

  • Empowering Libyans and migrants through community-based protection initiatives
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 392,773.00
    Objective:
    Fostering an environment for integrated child protection solutions while conversely building the knowledge of national authorities and international stakeholders. Empowering Libyans and migrants through community-based protection initiatives to increase their resiliency and promote positive coping strategies. Activities will include: i) focus group discussions (FGDs) held with IDPs and returnees in target locations to identify their needs; ii) community-based protection network formed and No. of capacity building sessions provided to the community-based protection network; iii) cultural and recreational activities facilitated by men, women, boys and girls from the IDPs, returnees and non-displaced communities; iv) vulnerable women and girls (including GBV survivors) supported with specialized protection services such as PSS, dignity kits and medical referrals; v) vulnerable persons identified and receiving individual assistance to reduce protection risks including material assistance; and vi) children and youth, including unaccompanied and separated children, participated in community and family support activities (cultural and recreational activities, etc.).
    Beneficiaries: 4,200 IDPs, returnees, non-displaced communities, and unaccompanied and separated children
  • Pshychological first aid mainstraming and provision of MHPSS referral services to IDPs in Libya
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Promote, protect, and support the well-being of IDPs, with activities aimed at reducing psychosocial vulnerabilities and supporting aid that takes into account psychosocial and do-no-harm aspects. 
    Beneficiaries: 25,000 IDPs, including 11,000 women and 14,000 men, of whom 8,250 children and 1,500 elderly

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Humanitarian assistance through provision of Non-food-items to vulnerable Internally Displaced Persons.
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,300,496.00
    Objective:
    Provide life-saving and life-sustaining non-food item support, including through provision of hygiene kits to the most vulnerable IDPs in Libya.
    Beneficiaries: 25,000 IDPs (21,250) and host communities (3,750), including 9,000 women and 16,000 men, of whom 6,500 children and 1,000 elderly
  • Humanitarian assistance through provision of reintegration packages to vulnerable returnees and communities of return.
    Amount Requested: USD 2,300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide life-saving and life-sustaining reintegration packages to the most vulnerable returnees and communities of return. 
    Beneficiaries: 25,000 returnees (21,250) and communities of return (3,750), including 9,000 women and 16,000 men, of whom 6,500 children and 1,000 elderly
  • Shelter and Non-Food Items assistance to Displaced and Returning Libyans
    Amount Requested: USD 16,996,316.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide shelter and non-food items assistance to displaced and returning Libyans. Activities Include: i) distribution of emergency Non-Food Items (NFIs); ii) more sector-specific cash assistance; and iii) shelter and shelter upgrades assistance.
    Beneficiaries: 140,730 IDPs and returning Libyans

  Coordination and Common Services

  • Enhancing effectiveness and coordination of humanitarian assistance delivery through collection and provision of evidence-based information on population movements and needs
    Amount Requested: USD 2,400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,421,101.00
    Objective:
    Assist in the coordination of humanitarian assistance through providing evidence-based information on displacement and migration patterns through enhanced DTM activities. 
    Beneficiaries: 1,650,000 IDPs (340,000), migrants (850,000), and returnees (460,000), including 525,500 women and 1,124,500 men, of whom 324,500 children and 48,500 elderly

  Coordination

  • Coordination and Common Services
    Amount Requested: USD 1,400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Enhance the collection and provision of evidence-based information on migration and displacement inside Libya and the needs assessments. Activities include: i) mobility Tracking Reports; ii) Flow Monitoring Reports; iii) detention profiles; iv) coordination Meetings with the Bureau of Statistics; and v) identify vulnerable persons for receiving individual assistance to reduce protection risks including material assistance.
    Beneficiaries: 1,000 IDPs, and vulnerable persons

  Refugee and Migrant Response

  • Provision of multi-sectoral humanitarian assistance and protection to at-risk migrants in Libya
    Amount Requested: USD 81,750,000.00 Amount Received: USD 25,306,695.00
    Objective:
    Provision of multi-sectoral humanitarian assistance and protection to at-risk migrants in Libya. Activities include: i) medical consultations given to migrants; ii) community outreach with promotive and preventive health campaigns; iii) provide direct assistance through NFI/core relief kits distributed to migrants; iv) Assist migrants with protection services, including case management and psychosocial support; v) train national stakeholders (staff of national and local authorities, NGOs, community leaders and embassy officials) in advocacy, awareness raising and other capacity building activities on rights and protection of migrants; vi) assist migrants with Voluntary Humanitarian Return (VHR); vii) provide specialized protection assistance to VHR beneficiaries; viii) improve migrant WASH facilities; and ix) hygiene promotion campaigns.
    Beneficiaries: 233,172 migrants, national stakeholders (staff of national and local authorities, NGOs, community leaders and embassy officials)

Rohingya Refugee Crisis Appeal
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

Cuba Plan of Action
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-Food Items

  • Creation of temporary facilities for housed people in the Province of Villa Clara
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Improvement of the life quality of those housed in state institutions or in private housing by ensuring a Basic Living Facilities Kit, Non-Food Items (NFI): mattresses, bedding, pillows, mosquito nets and solar flashlights). 
    Beneficiaries: 6,000 people housed in state institutions or in private homes in the Province of Villa Clara
  • Support Repairs of Partially Affected Housing and Small Scale Infrastructures in affected communities in the Province of Villa Clara
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Promote rapid return of the affected people through rehabilitation and repair of damaged homes, providing toolkits.
    Beneficiaries: 200 households or families from severely affected communities in the province of Villa Clara
Hurricane Maria - Dominica Appeal
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Collective centre support and displacement needs tracking
    Amount Requested: USD 600,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    1) Improve the living conditions within the collective centres and host family homes and, 2) avoid the formation of displacement camps if possible. In order to achieve this, DTM assessments are rapidly identifying the location, population numbers, conditions and priority needs in collective centres, as well as the possibility for return. The return of as many people as possible will be reinforced through the emergency support from other sectors. For the remaining displaced population whose homes are too damaged for roofing kit support, the strategy is to host them in upgraded and consolidated collective centres. Collective centres will be identified so that they can be upgraded and provided with improvement works (e.g. solar panel installation, WASH repairs and upgrades, installation of privacy screens) and unsuitable collective centres will be closed. Upgraded collective centres will remain a disaster preparedness resource for future events, providing more suitable shelter in the event of an emergency.
    Beneficiaries: 4,000 individuals

  Shelter and Non-Food Items

  • Early recovery support to the most vulnerable households
    Amount Requested: USD 120,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide basic toolkits (either for each household or per neighbourhood) are required to enable repair work and construction of emergency shelters. Emergency shelter items will provide the immediate basis of early recovery, using an owner-driven approach.
    Beneficiaries: 5,940 individuals
  • Emergency shelter, NFI and roofing kit distribution
    Amount Requested: USD 1,492,400.00 Amount Received: USD 1,093,870.00
    Objective:
    Enable those households whose homes have not suffered structural damage to the frame or foundations to return to their houses and begin repair. This support includes providing emergency shelter kits so that households can construct an emergency shelter near their home, critical non food items (kitchen kits, blankets and solar lamps) and roofing repair kits to construct a temporary roof on their home. 
    Beneficiaries: 5,940 individuals
  • Support to shelter coordination
    Amount Requested: USD 60,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide shelter coordination.
Voluntary Repatriation of Burundian Refugees in Tanzania Appeal
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Transport Assistance for Affected Populations

  • Voluntary Repatriation of Burundian Refugees in Tanzania
    Amount Requested: USD 450,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Aiming for a three-day pre-departure logistical preparation window, IOM Tanzania will carry out the following support operations for return assistance: Day 1) IOM operations and medical teams at the departure centre will support the arrival of refugees and their belongings (transport from Mtendeli and Nyaragusu refugee camps to Ndtua will be facilitated by UNHCR). Day 2) IOM medical teams will conduct fitness to travel checks. After the government representatives have finished conducting luggage checks, IOM’s operations team will proceed to label, seal, sort and secure baggage, as well as creating manifest lists, which will be shared with all relevant operational partners Day 3) After providing a meal, the IOM teams will help refugees board busses, while cross-checking manifest lists. Separate convoys with busses, and trucks to transport luggage will depart an hour before the convoy with returnees. Once the transit centres in Burundi are reached, IOM Burundi takes over from IOM Tanzania in coordination with representatives from the Burundian government, as well as UNHCR.
    Beneficiaries: 12,000 Burundian refugees
  • Voluntary Repatriation of Burundian Refugees in Tanzania
    Amount Requested: USD 3,265,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM Burundi will support operations following the arrival of returnees from Tanzania, consisting of: (a) reception, transit, and onward transportation from reception centres to final destination in Burundi; (b) provision of basic services (such as food, shelter, medicals, washing facilities etc.) in the reception centres; (c) at final destinations, provision of standard non-food items kits (inclusive of core relief items), and shelter kits for those in need of temporary shelters; and (d) reintegration activities supporting social cohesion, community capacity to absorb returnees, and socioeconomic development of vulnerable persons.
    Beneficiaries: 12,000 Burundian refugees

Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

Azerbaijan Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Health Support

  • Enhancing conflict-affected individuals' access to comprehensive health services in Azerbaijan
    Amount Requested: USD 2,150,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project is aimed at improving access to primary health care resources for conflict-affected individuals, including mental health and psychosocial services. It seeks to support the vulnerable IDPs and refugees who are unable to consult medical proffesionals due to insufficient funds or a lack of readily available doctors close to their residences. The most vulnerable group of IDPs are those whose primary breadwinner is out of the country for labour purposes. These labourers usually migrate for several months, leaving their families – often including wives, children and aged parents - at home. Additionally, frequent travel can also cause diseases such as, but not limited to, TB and HIV/AIDS. This in turn makes members of their families more vulnerable to contraction as well as any social stigma that these diseases may carry in affected areas.  To address these concerns IOM Azerbaijan plans to carry out the following activities: i) Identification of a target group that are most vulnerable to these concerns and whom IOM will provide support to; ii) to restore existing medical posts in vulnerable communities; iii) to train general doctors to diagnose communicable diseases by their general symptoms, which is essential for early detection and successful treatment; iv) Organize trainings of trainers (ToTs) to support remote medical posts and personnel according to their needs; v) Involving professional doctors and experts from competent NGOs to provide mental health-related and psychosocial assistance to the IDP families; and vi) To improve awareness of the services and promote health awareness by: a) Health education and awareness-raising seminars for community members to strengthen awareness on prevention of HIV/AIDS and TB, including stronger health-seeking behaviors; and b) Health prevention and promotion activities such as vaccination, health education, health screening, remote HIV blood testing and TB screening and dissemination of awareness raising  materials.
    Beneficiaries: 4500 IDPs

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Reducing Vulnerabilities of Conflict Affected Population in Azerbaijan
    Amount Requested: USD 5,800,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project aims to provide assistance to Government institutions, civil society and local communities to reduce existing vulnerabilities of conflict-affected population in the country. It seeks to do so through addressing negative migration pressures and increasing their resilience to possible threats, including forced and irregular migration, trafficking, and radicalization. The needs of local communities with different vulnerabilities will be addressed through community-based development initiatives. Particular attention will be afforded to developing economic opportunities that empower individuals and households to make informed choices, including on issues such as whether to move or stay in the event of crisis. IOM plans to carry out the following activities: i) assessing socio-economic needs of local communities; ii) capacity-building to increase financial literacy and business development skills; iii) support to individual and household small business initiatives; and iv) support to community-wide initiatives offering opportunities for civic engagement, development of community-level networks and enhancing attachment to the communities.
    Beneficiaries: 12,000 IDPs

  (Re)integration Assistance

  • Supporting Return and reintegration of Conflict Affected Population in Azerbaijan
    Amount Requested: USD 4,300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project aims to enhance the socio-economic reintegration of conflict affected populations. It aims to do so by helping them to earn their livelihoods, improve their standard of living and become participatory members with enhanced self-esteem in society by paying particular attention to economic, social, and psychosocial dimensions. In this regard IOM Azerbaijan plans to carry out the following activities: i) identify conflict affected population in vulnerable situations; ii) provide individual reintegration assistance including assistance in the provision of trainings, small scale grants and micro business mentoring support; and iii) institutional strengthening under which ABAD Public Entity (ASAN Support to Family Business) and Agency for Development of SMEs under Ministry of Economy will be collaborated with.
    Beneficiaries: 8,500 IDPs
Burundian Refugees Return - Joint Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Sustainable Reintegration

  • Socio-economic reintegration of returnees, internally displaced persons and vulnerable host communities
    Amount Requested: USD 2,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 516,000.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to sustainable socio-economic solutions for returnees, IDPs and vulnerable host community members, and linking them to labor market opportunities through private sector engagement. Activities include: i) conduct community dialogue sessions to encourage social cohesion and identify community needs for Quick Impact Projects (QIPs); ii) complete QIPs aimed at improving community capacity to absorb returnee population; iii) improve socioeconomic capacity of vulnerable populations through: 1) on-the-job trainings; 2) cash-for-work; 3) market-orientated skills building through vocational training; and 4) entrepreneurship and innovation trainings; and iv) strengthen private sector engagement by conducting a service mapping and linking beneficiaries directly to the labour market.
    Beneficiaries: 50,000 individuals (returnees, IDPs and vulnerable host community members)

  Transportation Assistance

  • Facilitating transport for IDPs, returnees and other migrants in Burundi
    Amount Requested: USD 3,400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 10,000.00
    Objective:
    To facilitate safe, orderly and dignified voluntary return of migrants in Burundi and returning refugees/migrants in partnership with the humanitarian community. Activities include: i) provide transport assistance to internally displaced persons as needed to integrate/reintegrate into the 18 provinces of Burundi; and ii) upon request from the humanitarian community, the Government of Burundi and the Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo, IOM will provide return assistance by road or boat to Congolese migrants who wish to return home.
    Beneficiaries: Between 10,000 and 80,000 migrants, returnees, and IDPs
Burundi Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Comprehensive Humanitarian Shelter/NFI Response to IDPs, returnees and host communities
    Amount Requested: USD 8,200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,267,000.00
    Objective:
    To provide comprehensive shelter to IDPs and host communities affected by natural disasters, as well as Burundian returnees from Tanzania. Activities include: i) preposition shelter and Non-Food non-food item (NFI) kits  to repair affected houses in disaster-prone areas, respond to emergencies and support affected populations; ii) provision of rental and shelter repair cash grants through bank and/or phone transfers, reaching 1,000 of the most vulnerable of the 26,000 IDP households living in urban areas throughout the country; iii) seek durable shelter solutions for the 3,000 people (600 households) living in collective sites by improving traditional construction mechanisms; iv) provision of semi-permanent shelter, repair shelter kits, cash grants and NFI kits to 15% of the most vulnerable returnees from Tanzania, targeting the provinces of Makamba, Rutana, Ruyigi and Muyinga, where the biggest returnee population is concentrated in Burundi; v) train civil servants and host communities using a shelter risk reduction approach; and vi) conduct sensitization sessions to increase awareness of safe construction mechanisms aiming to prevent landslides and the destruction of houses due to poor construction techniques and usage of low-quality materials.
    Beneficiaries: 45,600 IDPs and host communities affected by catastrophes and 13,500 returnees

  Technical Assistance for Humanitarian Border Management

  • Support for cross-border petty-trade and border control infrastructure along the borders of Burundi
    Amount Requested: USD 2,750,000.00 Amount Received: USD 291,000.00
    Objective:
    To support trading activities of vulnerable families living along the borders of Burundi by facilitating access to credit, identifying new markets and new products, encouraging the formation of associations and working on value-chains, while also upgrading border control infrastructure and easing bureaucratic obstacles at border points. Activities include: i) field assessment and mapping of trading activities in 7 border points;  ii) conduct 3 market assessments (Rwanda, DR Congo and Tanzania) to identify threats and opportunities for Burundian traders; iii) support the establishment of associations and their linkage with local producers; iv) provision of credit facilities; v) work with the Office Burundais de Recettes in revising tax legislation and practices; vi) provide training and information to traders on applicable tax legislation; vii) provide 15 official border points with equipment and software to monitor migration flows; viii) provide basic infrastructure in 4 newly created border points; ix) conduct 15 border point assessments to identify needs and capacity gaps; x) provide support to the GCM for the upgrading of their training center; and xi) conduct training on humanitarian response mechanisms for border officials.
    Beneficiaries: 300,000 migrants in the first year, 520 Border officials, 14,000 traders

  Other

  • Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), psychosocial assistance and community-based protection, including strengthening communicating with communities (CwC)
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 883,000.00
    Objective:
    To enhance community-based protection by identifying and profiling IDPs through DTM, strengthening communicating with affected communities' mechanisms and providing psychosocial assistance, and establishing community-based protection mechanisms. The objective of the project is to reinforce the protection of those affected both by the socio-political situation and natural disasters identified through the DTM, through humanitarian need referral mechanisms, access to psychosocial care and reinforcement of community structures. Activities will include: i) monitoring of internal displacement and emergency events; ii) establishment of two-way communication mechanisms; iii) provision of Individual and Community-based psychosocial assistance, including capacity building of psychosocial committees, family or group counseling, specialized psychological support and community sensitization activities; and iv) income-generating activities to support the socioeconomic reintegration of psychosocial patients.
    Beneficiaries: 220,000 beneficiaries, including 4,500 mental health patients, 175,000 IDPs, 15,000 returnees and 30,000 from host communities

  Counter-Trafficking and Protection of Vulnerable Migrants

  • Preventing and responding to exploitation of vulnerable migrants, including trafficking in persons
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 590,000.00
    Objective:
    To improve the understanding of the scale and manifestation of TiP in the humanitarian context in Burundi, enhance the capacity of diverse stakeholders involved in the humanitarian response, and provide protection and reintegration support to trafficking survivors. Activities include: i) an assessment to identify and document cases of exploitation, trends, risks and magnitude; ii) adapted capacity-building trainings delivered to multisector stakeholders involved in the humanitarian response to equip them with the knowledge and tools to identify and refer cases. Specific attention will be paid to training staff positioned at key geographic and strategic points, including camp managers, health professionals, border guards or other front-line workers; iii) awareness-raising efforts, including advocacy and prevention campaigns, will be developed and implemented; and iv) assistance to victims identified will be provided in a gender sensitive and age appropriate manner. This will include medical, psychological and other services as required. This may extend to group therapy sessions and the development of support groups and associations. A one-stop facility for victims of trafficking and other vulnerable migrants will be established to provide a safe space with access to appropriate services.
    Beneficiaries: 50,000 beneficiaries, including 500 VoT, 200 training participants and 50,000 community members sensitized
Colombia Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Registry of Venezuelan Migrants in Colombia (RAMV)
    Amount Requested: USD 400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 400,000.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen and support the announced registration process  of the population from Venezuela in Colombia, in accordance with the regulatory Decree 542 of March 2018 established for that purpose. 
    Beneficiaries: 442,462 persons

  Protection

  • Community Stabilization Activity
    Amount Requested: USD 888,757.00 Amount Received: USD 6,804.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to the stability in departments impacted by population flows from Venezuela, by enhancing GOCs response in registry, awareness to prevent xenophobia, and health care provision.
    Beneficiaries: 65,000 Venezuelan migrants, Colombian returnees, and receiving communities in Colombia
  • Life-saving assistance to Venezuelan migrants in vulnerable situations and host communities.
    Amount Requested: USD 1,560,450.00 Amount Received: USD 1,600,000.00
    Objective:
    Improve access to protection and life-saving humanitarian assistance for Venezuelan women, men, girls and boys in vulnerable conditions in critical destination and transit countries included in the Regional Action Plan (RAP).
    Beneficiaries: 46,516 migrants
  • Promotion of digital employability of adolescents and young people at risk of being linked to new forms of urban violence
    Amount Requested: USD 255,000.00 Amount Received: USD 255,000.00
    Objective:
    Increasing opportunities for economic inclusion in digital ecosystems for adolescents and young people at risk of being linked to new forms of urban violence.
    Beneficiaries: 300 young people
  • Strengthening of skills of the Family Ombudsmen of the Colombian Institute of Family Welfare (ICBF) on the rights and reintegration of children and adolescents
    Amount Requested: USD 52,722.00 Amount Received: USD 52,285.00
    Objective:
    Strengthening of skills and knowledge for 150 Family Ombudsmen, on issues specific to their missionary work related to the verification, guarantee and restoration of rights, with emphasis on processes of reintegration (social inclusion) of boys, girls and adolescents victims of illicit recruitment, and thus guarantee a subsequent work that is more relevant according to the specific needs of each population.
    Beneficiaries: 150 Family Advocates from the Colombian Institute for Family Welfare (ICBF)
  • Strengthening of the Ludic Houses as protection and peacebuilding spaces for children and adolescents
    Amount Requested: USD 290,982.00 Amount Received: USD 294,296.00
    Objective:
    Generating protective environments, called Ludic Houses, that guarantee the integral development of children between 6 and 17 years, through the realization of educational, sports, cultural and technological activities, during their extracurricular days, for the sake of contribute to the prevention of child recruitment by illegal armed groups, in municipalities that present a high risk of forced recruitment of minors.
    Beneficiaries: 36 children and youth

  Land and Property Support

  • Integrated Rural Development with a Territorial Approach
    Amount Requested: USD 3,642,632.00 Amount Received: USD 837,333.00
    Objective:
    Support the GOC at the municipal, departmental and national levels to plan and design a new model for rural economic development at the micro-regional level. Key activities include: i) Improving social and economic conditions for rural vulnerable groups; ii) Improving access to existing GOC programs and services by rural vulnerable groups; and iii) Increasing knowledge and skills among key authorities for sustaining and replicating a territorial rural development approach.
    Beneficiaries: 8,230 vulnerable persons in rural areas
  • Support the design and implementation of plans for local level planning and land use
    Amount Requested: USD 4,285,502.00 Amount Received: USD 5,604,337.00
    Objective:
    Support the regularization of land use and land tenure in compliance with Point 1 of the Peace Agreement. Strengthen the operational capacities of the National Land Agency to design and implement municipal plans for local planning and land use in seven prioritized municipalities in the departments of Tolima, Valle del Cauca and Meta. Key activities include: i) Drafting, implementing and updating municipal plans vis-à-vis strategic alliances with the communities, local government actors and other stakeholders.
    Beneficiaries: 7 municipal planning offices
  • Support the implementation of land formalization for rural vulnerable communities.
    Amount Requested: USD 3,619,285.00 Amount Received: USD 2,725,285.00
    Objective:
    Support the National Land Agency to strengthen the legal security of rural lands, thereby contributing to overcoming poverty and limitations to formal land access. Key activities include: i) Strengthening GOC capacities and knowledge in land rights and legal security issues; ii) Promoting land formalization processes; iii) Designing pilots to establish strategic joint alliances with local governments in order to sustainably strengthen the local level.
    Beneficiaries: 5,924 vulnerable persons in rural areas

  Transport Assistance for Affected Populations

  • Support the Government of Colombia to address migration flows from Venezuela
    Amount Requested: USD 110,207.00 Amount Received: USD 110,207.00
    Objective:
    Facilitate transportation assistance for migrants who want to go to other cities inside or outside the country.
    Beneficiaries: 885 migrants

  Health Support

  • Accompaniment to pregnant women of three Territorial Training and Reintegration Spaces (ETCR), to guarantee access to the Comprehensive Maternal and Perinatal Health Care Route
    Amount Requested: USD 50,000.00 Amount Received: USD 50,000.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen comprehensive health care for pregnant women in three Territorial Training and Reintegration Spaces (ETCR) located in the municipalities of Tibú, Vista Hermosa and Ituango, through access to the care included in the Integral Route of Maternal Perinatal Health Care.
    Beneficiaries: 100 pregnant women
  • Emergency healthcare for migrants and their receiving communities
    Amount Requested: USD 118,018.00 Amount Received: USD 84,731.00
    Objective:
    Complement the short-term response of governments of border areas to the health implication of the large-scale flow of Venezuelans.   
    Beneficiaries: 22,710 migrants
  • Institutional and community strengthening of the emergency health response for Venezuelan migrants and receiving communities
    Amount Requested: USD 948,889.00 Amount Received: USD 11,112.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen health institutions’ (Health Facilities-HF) and communities’ respective capacities to respond to the health emergency in prioritized municipalities, guaranteeing access to healthcare for vulnerable populations and promoting public health surveillance.
    Beneficiaries: 4,500 pregnant women and children
  • Strengthen local capacities for the promotion and guarantee of health rights in 26 municipalities with “Territorial Spaces for Training and Reincorporation”
    Amount Requested: USD 1,322,373.00 Amount Received: USD 62,000.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to improving access to comprehensive primary health care services, prioritizing sexual and reproductive rights, mental health, prevention of the use of psychoactive substances, childcare and undernourishment. 
    Beneficiaries: 38,052 vulnerable persons

  Return and Reintegration Assistance

  • Recruitment Prevention and Reintegration (RPR) Program
    Amount Requested: USD 6,198,442.00 Amount Received: USD 6,450,000.00
    Objective:
    Support the GOC to foster sustainable and inclusive reintegration for ex-combatants and disengaged children and prevent further recruitment. Main areas of work include: i)  strategic technical assistance for GOC early reintegration efforts during the demobilization roll-out phase; ii) supporting the GOC implementation of strategies for preventing the recruitment of children and adults in conflict affected areas; iii) supporting GOC efforts to advance legal processing and service delivery to ex-combatants and disengaged children in rural and urban conflict areas, and; iv) supporting GOC knowledge management, information systems and communication efforts to clarify the legal status of ex-combatants, with a special emphasis on reintegration.
    Beneficiaries: 6,424 children and youth that benefited from prevention strategies, 330 adult excombatants that received economic reincorporation services
  • Support the GOC to facilitate the exit of minors from FARC ranks - Phase II
    Amount Requested: USD 400,655.00 Amount Received: USD 510,000.00
    Objective:
    Support the Differential Life Path program by implementing a community-based reintegration model for minors exiting FARC ranks and consolidating a comprehensive attention strategy and life-project development initiative for these youth. Along with other international cooperation partners, IOM will facilitate collaboration with the Ministry of Labor, Ministry of Education, the Ombudsman´s Office, and ICBF to monitor and operate the temporary reception sites (TRS) for these minors, ensure the restoration of their rights, and support health, education, protection, participation, housing, and income generation projects. This project specifically targets support for GOC rapid responses.  Key activities include: i) strengthening life projects and ii) developing the GOC “Differential Life Path” strategy.
    Beneficiaries: 124 Children and youth

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Accompanying conflict victims (including IDPs) through the Mobile Units strategy
    Amount Requested: USD 14,973,701.00 Amount Received: USD 11,998,261.00
    Objective:
    Offer technical and operational assistance to the ICBF for the implementation of the Mobile Units Strategy (this strategy provides emergency attention to conflict victims – including IDPs). The project will develop tools and strategies for ICBF mobile units to improve their service to families and design a differential attention model. This activity is a continuation of actions implemented to support the ICBF strategy of attention conflict victims – including IDPs – through Mobile Units, which began in 2004.
    Beneficiaries: 19,078 IDPs and vulnerable population
  • Humanitarian assistance in la Guajira Department
    Amount Requested: USD 417,506.00 Amount Received: USD 417,506.00
    Objective:
    In 2018, IOM is continuing its intervention in La Guajira in collaboration with the Baylor Foundation, specifically improving attention spaces for children and pregnant and nursing women, and improving housing for those with tuberculosis. It is also carrying out activities regarding water, sanitation, and hygiene in communities in the municipalities of Uribía, Riohacha, and Manaure.
    Beneficiaries: 1,200 indigenous population and other vulnerable groups
  • Humanitarian assistance in Mocoa, Putumayo
    Amount Requested: USD 137,414.00 Amount Received: USD 137,414.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen the humanitarian response, recovery and transition of communities affected by the avalanche in the municipality of Mocoa. IOM will continue implementing actions to consolidate stabilization, including: i) Socializing stabilization phase plans with indigenous authorities; ii) Completing a temporary classroom for Indigenous Rural School Desayok Yanakona in the indigenous resguardo Yanakona Tachay Wasy. This classroom will serve 23 children in the community and is part of the rehabilitation and reconstruction of basic infrastructure under the humanitarian response.
    Beneficiaries: 1,200 indigenous population and other vulnerable groups
  • National coordination plan for the the project for preventing recruitment and the use of children and youth by illegal armed groups
    Amount Requested: USD 176,995.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to stabilization and peacebuilding by promoting comprehensive principles for protection, rights and preventing violations, particularly recruitment, use, and sexual violence against children by illegal armed groups. Coordinate government services at the national and local levels to support the Inter-Sectoral Commission for Preventing Recruitment and Utilization of Children and Adolescents (CIPRUNNA)’s public recruitment prevention policy and develop inputs for strengthening strategic partners’ capacities.

  Shelter

  • Humanitarian support to the return of Jiw families to the Barranco Ceiba Community - Araguato Lagoon (San José del Guaviare)
    Amount Requested: USD 107,143.00 Amount Received: USD 107,143.00
    Objective:
    Technical and financial support to 47 Jiw families (191 people) voluntarily returning to the Jiw Community of Barranco Ceiba (San José del Guaviare). Actions will be articulated with public institutions and cooperation to improve the living conditions of 47 families and the recovery of infrastructure, and school provisions.
    Beneficiaries: 191 persons
  • Temporary shelter for people affected by the Venezuelan crisis
    Amount Requested: USD 233,146.00 Amount Received: USD 233,146.00
    Objective:
    Contributing to the access  to temporary accomodation solutions for the population affected by the Venezuelan crisis in the Colombian territory.
    Beneficiaries: 950 persons

  (Re)integration Assistance

  • Comprehensive re-incorporation in productive environments
    Amount Requested: USD 639,959.00 Amount Received: USD 1,000,000.00
    Objective:
    Design and implementation of mechanisms for stabilization, early reintegration, and economic reincorporation for people in processes of reintegration. This project will support the economic reintegration of ex-combatants through productive projects in 14 “Territorial spaces for training and reincorporation”, training on income generation, and technical support to start up productive projects.
    Beneficiaries: 700 people in the process of reintegration
Cuba Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Management and Displacement Tracking

  • Support Preparedness for Emergency Response through the Prepositioning of NFIs for Vulnerable Affected People by Hurricane in Cuba
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support the National Civil Defense's preparedness for emergency response in Cuba through the prepositioning of NFIs for the most vulnerable people and mitigate the suffering of those evacuated or displaced by the natural disaster.
    Beneficiaries: 7,000 households displaced in the evacuation centers or in relatives' houses
Democratic Republic of the Congo Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Health

  • Provision of life-saving primary health care to the vulnerable people affected by Kasai crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Amount Requested: USD 10,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 435,000.00
    Objective:
    IOM will provide life-saving health-care services for approximately 30,000 people through better-equipped health facilities and extended outreach and referral services to prevent against vector and water-borne diseases and provide timely care and support and improve malnutrition prevalence.
    Beneficiaries: 200,000 people in Kamonia health zone in Kasai province including returnees, IDPs and host communities

  Protection

  • Protection assistance for affected populations in displacement sites in Eastern DRC
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,162,048.00
    Objective:
    IOM will promote and contribute to a mapping and joint conflict analysis on areas of origin of IDPs in displacement sites both in North-Kivu and Tanganyika. IOM aims to conduct awareness raising sessions on GBV in its coordinated displacement sites through focus group discussions and mass sensitization campaigns as well as assist survivors of GBV with medical and psychosocial support and livelihood programs. IOM aims to identify children out of school and provide them with formal or informal school support or vocational training, in coordination with the Education cluster. In Ituri, North Kivu and Tanganyika, IOM will identify, in collaboration with relevant Congolese authorities, Unaccompanied and Separated Children (UASC) in displacement sites and reunite them with their families or caregivers, according to the guidelines set-out by the Protection cluster. IOM will reinforce the community-based protection networks in displacement sites in Ituri, North Kivu and Tanganyika. These protection networks will be able to identify survivors of GBV and trafficking and refer them to appropriate actors as well as provide psychosocial first aid. IOM will equally strengthen the national capacity on counter-trafficking by identifying available actors and build on their capacity, as well as conduct sensitization sessions on counter-trafficking in displacement sites throughout the Eastern DRC.
    Beneficiaries: 100,000 IDPs in displacement sites in Ituri, North Kivu and Tanganyika
  • Provision of protection assistance to the vulnerable people affected by Kasai crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 30,000.00
    Objective:
    IOM will provide necessary protection assistance with NFI items and GVB assistance to the affected populations in the Kasai including displaced persons, host communities and returnees.
    Beneficiaries: 100,000 IDPs

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Emergency shelter and NFI assistance in Eastern DRC
    Amount Requested: USD 35,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,769,087.00
    Objective:
    In the provinces of North Kivu, Ituri and Tanganyika, IOM aims to contribute to the shelter cluster efforts, both in emergency displacement situations and in return areas. In order to improve the resilience and capacities of the displaced populations, IOM will provide emergency shelter kits, technical support and capacity-building trainings on how to best use materials, and how to improve, repair and maintain shelters. Conditional cash will be considered for some community targeted households living with host families.
    Beneficiaries: 15,000 vulnerable IDP households and 4,500 households in return areas and host communities in North-Kivu, Tanganyika and Ituri provinces

  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

  • Provision of life-saving primary WASH services to the vulnerable people affected by Kasai crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Amount Requested: USD 10,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 435,000.00
    Objective:
    In the Kasai, IOM will also provide life-saving health-care and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services and necessary protection assistance including provision of nutrition and gender-based violence (GBV) supports and distribution of essential household items to people affected by the Kasai crisis and host communities in Kamonia health zone, including the major cross-border town of Kamako where many of the displaced Congolese in Angola cross the border to return to their home villages.
    Beneficiaries: 200,000 people in Kamonia health zone in Kasai province including returnees, IDPs and host communities
  • WASH assistance for affected populations in displacement sites in Eastern DRC
    Amount Requested: USD 10,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 316,025.00
    Objective:
    IOM intends to support/establish WASH committees in its displacement sites in North Kivu and Tanganyika. Mass sensitization campaigns on hygiene promotion and good practices; such as hand washing as well as focus groups will be organized on a regular basis in all displacement sites and will be coordinated with other relevant agencies and clusters to create synergies. Hygiene kits will be distributed to all sectoral IDP committees in sites and in host communities.
    Beneficiaries: 100,000 IDPs approximately (North-Kivu and Tanganyika)
Democratic Republic of the Congo Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Management and Displacement Tracking

  • Camp Coordination and Camp Management for affected populations in displacement sites in Eastern DRC
    Amount Requested: USD 12,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,679,674.00
    Objective:
    To respond to the sectoral needs of the IDPs in the displacement sites, new spontaneous sites and host communities in North-Kivu, Ituri and Tanganyika and in areas of return, IOM with the CCCM Working Group and the National Commission for Refugees (CNR)will ensure: monitoring arrivals and departures; site planning activities; identifying sectoral gaps; reinforcing capacities of IDP committees, site managers and the CNR, supporting community-based protection mechanisms and site closing activities.
    Beneficiaries: 150,000 IDPs in displacement sites in Ituri, North Kivu and Tanganyika
  • Contribute to a more efficient and rapid humanitarian response in the Kasai region and Eastern DRC through mobility tracking, capacity-building in information management and rapid assessments
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 3,420,066.00
    Objective:
    IOM continues to work in close collaboration with local authorities and community leaders in order to collect accurate and sufficient data to regularly monitor and track population movements and their mobility- induced evolving needs in the L-3 declared provinces (7 provinces) as well as in North-Kivu. Data collected in the field is analyzed, presented in comprehensive reports and shared with the humanitarian community to inform strategic decision-taking at sector and cluster levels.
    Beneficiaries: 25 IDPs and returnees in Ituri, Kasai, Kasai Central, Kasai Oriental, Lomami North Kivu, Sankuru, South Kivu and Tanganyika regions

  Health Support

  • Ebola Outbreak Response in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 4,461,512.00
    Objective:
    To support national efforts and strengthen national capacities to better prevent, detect and respond to the ongoing of Ebola Virus Diseases (EVD) outbreak through improving access to public health services for migrants and affected communities in the Equator Province in DRC. Activities include: i) conduct health screenings at border crossings, travel routes and congregation points by deployed team of epidemiologists and medical staff from the National Programme of Hygiene at Borders (PNHF) and World Health Organization (WHO); ii) implement risk communication, social mobilization and community engagement in border communities and key Points of Entry (POE) emphasizing on the risk of cross-border transmission of the EVD; iii) strengthen cross-border management of ill travelers at international ports and border areas; and iv) facilitate coordination and information sharing with neighbouring/at-risk countries.
    Beneficiaries: 150,000 cross border travelers and people in the EVD-affected health zones in Equator Province and high-risk population pathways in Kinshasa, Mai Mdombe and South Ubangi. 50,000 cross border
Egypt Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Direct Assistance and Related Services
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,741,909.00
    Objective:
    Direct Assistance in the areas of shelter, social support, and non-food items. IOM Egypt provides direct assistance services for migrants in forms of financial assistance, medical assistance, education assistance, and housing and legal assistance. The MPA team is guided by a set of criteria to determine the amount of assistance, who should receive it and for how long.
    Beneficiaries: 600 migrants and refugees

  Health Support

  • Medical Assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 1,200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 455,382.00
    Objective:
    Medical Assistance focuses on assisting the migrants in the main countries of destination and in the resettlement countries, and the provision of medical assistance to migrants in Egypt.
    Beneficiaries: 2,500 migrants and refugees

  Psychosocial Support

  • Migrant Assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Migrant Assistance aims at bolstering the well-being and protection of vulnerable migrants in Egypt through the provision of tailored assistance on a case-by-case basis. Beneficiaries include victims of trafficking (VoTs), survivors of sexual and gender based violence (SGBV), as well as other vulnerable groups.
    Beneficiaries: 400 migrants
  • Promoting community cohesion for Syrian female refugees and members of their hosting communities
    Amount Requested: USD 600,000.00 Amount Received: USD 600,000.00
    Objective:
    The project aims to promote social cohesion between Syrian female refugees and other females of the hosting communities in Egypt whilst promoting gender equality. This overall objective will be achieved by increasing their access to quality and migrant-friendly health care, education, and livelihood opportunities as well as by reducing gender inequalities within the targeted communities. The project will also aim to indirectly benefit male members of the targeted communities, who will engage and benefit from community cohesion events.
    Beneficiaries: 2,000 direct beneficiaries and 4,000 indirect beneficiaries (Syrian female migrants and refugees)

  (Re)integration Assistance

  • Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,931,846.00
    Objective:
    Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) is a core activity of IOM which enables tens of thousands of migrants return home every year. To date, IOM Egypt has helped a total of 2,224 migrants from all around the world return home, and supported the reintegration of 1,375 returnees. This includes foreign migrants from Egypt returning to their countries of origin, as well as Egyptian migrants returning to Egypt with reintegration grants to help them better settle in their countries of origin.
    Beneficiaries: 500 migrants

  Counter-Trafficking and Protection of Vulnerable Migrants

  • Reinforcing Egyptian governmental efforts to combat trafficking in persons
    Amount Requested: USD 2,600,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,737,397.00
    Objective:
    SETIP aims at reinforcing Egyptian governmental efforts to combat trafficking in persons by scaling up the prosecution of trafficking cases and strengthening the protection of victims in Egypt. SPHERE strengthens protection for victims of human trafficking (VoTs) and vulnerable migrants in Egypt while preventing irregular migration and human trafficking in line with objectives of the National Strategy on Preventing and Combatting Human Trafficking 2016-2021.
    Beneficiaries: 500 migrants and refugees
Ethiopia Humanitarian Requirements Document
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Health

  • Basic health service assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 2,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Internally displaced persons at increased risk of health problems. According to WHO's health cluster IDPs are most affected by communicable diseases like malaria, pneumonia, ARI, diarrhea, measles, and scabies in addition to either underlying or acute malnutrition due to limited access to health services at IDP sites. Most affected among IDPs are children under the age of 5, pregnant and lactating women, the elderly and people with disabilities. IOM will contribute to increasing access to health for IDPs and host communities through the following activities: i) provide basic health services by mobile health and nutrition team; ii) support immunization programs (routine and campaign at IDP sites); iii) provide counseling (psychosocial support),emergency contraceptives, screening for STIs and post-exposure prophylaxis for gender based violence survivors); iv) conduct health education and promotion activities; v) Strengthen public health emergency management and response of IDP sites officials; and vi) advocate for IDP inclusive and sensitive health policy and planning.
    Beneficiaries: 35,340 IDPs and host community individuals

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Shelter/Non-Food Items Assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 36,871,735.00 Amount Received: USD 12,571,735.00
    Objective:
    IOM's emergency assistance will build on existing funding from ECHO, OFDA and the Ethiopia Humanitarian Fund (EHF). IOM has been providing cash-based assistance to IDPs in Somali, Oromia and Gambella regions cash-based interventions will continue to be implemented where appropriate to increase flexibility and accountability. As a Shelter/NFI cluster lead agency IOM will: i) conduct shelter risk reduction activities in disaster prone areas including support for house repair and strengthening as well as awareness raising to promote safe building practices reaching 6,600 households or 36,000 individuals; ii) scale up Shelter/NFI delivery in 2018, responding to the urgent needs of 69,000 households or 379,000 individuals through an environmentally friendly and economically sustainable in-kind response as well as through cash base interventions; iii) support the pre-positioning of Shelter/NFI materials to target 6,000 households (or 33,000 individuals) who are newly displaced and not accounted for under the HDRP; iii) provide cash support in urban areas and support for house repair and rehabilitation, as well as temporary shelter construction for returnee families, targeting 24,300 households or 133,650 individuals; iv) continuing to support coordination among local authorities, UN agencies and humanitarian partners to harmonize the optimization of resources for emergency assistance and improve delivery; and v) hosting a dedicated national shelter/NFI cluster coordinator with supporting information management capacity as well as sub-national Shelter/NFI Cluster Coordinators in key regions.
    Beneficiaries: 582,450 IDPs

  Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Durable Solutions / Progressive Resolution of Displacement Situations
    Amount Requested: USD 10,800,000.00 Amount Received: USD 800,000.00
    Objective:
    The Government of Ethiopia has put in place a plan to respond to the needs of all IDPs in the country, both conflict and climate induced. Around 1 million people are displaced by the conflict around the border of Oromia and Somali regions, including displacement prior to the August- September upsurge. This project will encourage the achievement of durable solutions through voluntary return to areas of origin, voluntary integration with host communities and voluntary resettlement to selected areas by rolling out of the following activities: i) an assessment survey with Somali IDPs, via Jigjiga University to inform the implementation of a reintegration and relocation programme; ii) technical support to the Government of Ethiopia, including the Somali and Oromia Regional State authorities, to promote the progressive resolution of displacement situations: iii) a Regional Durable Solution Strategy and an action plan in partnership with the Durable Solutions Working Group and the Regional Disaster Preparedness and Prevention Bureau expanded to other regions (Oromia, Afar, Gambella); iv) community mobilization, intention surveys, household registration and informed consent to inform evidence-based planning of durable solutions will be carried out as support to the HDRP's strategy of National Systems; v) Providing key information and analysis on durable solutions needs and conditions of IDPs to facilitate the decision-making process in durable solution working group forums; and vi) Support to IDPs to develop new, locally appropriate food security and livelihoods capacities with market-relevant livelihood packages and training that will provide the foundation for vulnerable households to generate sustainable incomes and progressively resolve their situation of displacement. In addition to that communities and families will benefit from skill diversification options to ensure that communities or families have access to different sources of income.
    Beneficiaries: 800,000 IDPs

  Livelihoods

  • Renewable Energy-Based Agriculture and Rural Development Support
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    A multi-sectoral intervention is proposed to use clean energy solutions and improve water provision, develop new livelihood opportunities, enhance health and protection, reinforce governance and mitigate the impacts of climate change through the following activities: i) provision of environmentally friendly, low-cost, alternative renewable energy interventions; ii) providing IDP households with access to light, smoke-free and efficient household cooking stoves, safe and protected recycling waste management systems with communal latrines, diet variety and food production through community-based soar and biogas energy interventions; iii) agricultural output and crop diversity support, training, seeds, tools, construction of ponds, and a distribution of solar pumping and irrigation kits: iv) distribution of clean cooking stoves, support the construction of bio digesters, promote clean energy-based business opportunities for women groups and introduce tree nurseries; and v) training government and other actors on solar and water energy solution, opening a technical helpline and producing solar water scheme kits.
    Beneficiaries: 17,210 IDPs

  Counter-Trafficking

  • Youth Empowerment and Institutional Strengthening to Counter Trafficking in Persons (TiP) and Smuggling of Migrants (SoM)
    Amount Requested: USD 3,600,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The increasing violence, conflict and natural disasters in the region drive the demand for smuggling services and increase the vulnerability of mobile populations to TiP. This concerns the Ethiopian and Somali nationals reaching Yemen. IOM aims to contribute to the GoE's efforts to reduce the vulnerability of youth to transnational organized crime through the following activities: i) strengthening the capacity of GoE structures to effectively manage borders (with Somalia, South-Sudan and Kenya), combat TiP and SoM and promote regional cross-border cooperation; ii) providing business set-up and vocational skills training to vulnerable youths from at-risk zones and supporting them with job placement and microbusiness start-up services; iii) building the capacity of local training institutions to provide quality vocational training to increased numbers of beneficiaries through needs assessment and technical assistance; and iv) transforming youth recreational centres into resource centres by equipping them to educate youth on safe migration and sustainable livelihood options.
    Beneficiaries: 1,000 youths at risk of trafficking (at least 50% will be women)

  Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution

  • Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM will support increased investment in conflict-resolution and peacebuilding as a prevention and mitigation factor for displacement, thereby reducing the need for subsequent humanitarian assistance and promoting the durability of solutions to displacement. IOM activities will include: i) support to the Government of Ethiopia through the Ministry of Federal and Pastoralist Development Affairs (MOFPDA) in its peacebuilding community-based conflict early warning (C-Warn) and community peace dividend initiatives as part of strengthening of effective systems and structures that prevent and address conflict as well as subsequent displacements; ii) enhancing the capacities of regional authorities and local communities to better monitor, prevent, mitigate and address inter- and intra-communal disputes and displacements and implement durable solutions; iii) reinforcing existing traditional conflict prevention and peacebuilding structures and systems and support to community initiatives to prevent and resolve future conflicts; and iv) building the capacities of clan leaders/elders and community members to foster community dialogue and cooperation to address root causes of displacement and to improve grassroots risk assessment and early conflict waring systems as well as, strengthening existing dispute management mechanisms by supporting the establishment of steering committees.
    Beneficiaries: 10,000 IDPs

  Displacement Tracking Matrix

  • Mobility Tracking and Flow Monitoring
    Amount Requested: USD 4,365,511.00 Amount Received: USD 3,765,511.00
    Objective:
    Mobility Tracking - The GOE, NDRMC and IOM's DTM Mobility Tracking provides critical insight into the situation and multi-sectoral needs of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Ethiopia and is fully integrated into the inter-cluster information management architecture.  In 2018, IOM will: i) see the fulfilment of the core implementation of DTM - Mobility Tracking throughout 2018; and ii) expand the DTM - Mobility Tracking Programme, to better capture displacement data and trends related to the spontaneous return of IDPS to areas of origin/spontaneous relocation. Flow Monitoring - This programme aims to provide a stronger evidence base for humanitarian response, development planning and operations with a comprehensive regional analysis generated through the collection of primary data at a sub-regional level - in Yemen, Djibouti, Somalia and Ethiopia.
    Beneficiaries: 1,740,000 IDPs

  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

  • WASH Assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 3,086,620.00 Amount Received: USD 1,436,620.00
    Objective:
    In 2018, building on on-going WASH interventions in affected areas funded by OFDA, and in synergy with in-going Health, Shelter/NFI and livelihood activities. IOM will significantly scale up its support by increasing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene to prevent further displacements, address the needs already displaced population and avoid disease outbreaks in congested and underserved displacement sites through the following activities; i) Construction of sanitation facilities (latrines and bathing areas) that adhere to SPHERE and national standards in IDP sites and key institutions, including health facilities and schools; ii) Rehabilitation of non-functioning water points/boreholes, including infrastructure damaged by conflict and flooding, using solar energy when possible as well as the rehabilitation/extension of existing water schemes to increase access to IDP sites, vulnerable communities and/or institutions dependent ion water tracking; iii) Building capacities at the kebele and woreda level to ensure the correct operation and maintenance of the rehabilitated and expanded infrastructure (water as well as sanitation infrastructure); iv) Building the WASH-related capacity of health/hygiene extension workers present in the communities, as well as support and promote community-led total sanitation (CLTS), to enhance positive community-wide behavior change; v) Distribution of WASH NFIs to affected populations including hygiene kits and water treatment chemicals, with a special emphasis on displaced populations and those at risk of water related disease outbreaks; vi) Pre-positioning of WASH materials to promptly assist in the early response phase of an emergency as well as building on the capacity developed through a regional Solar WASH program; and vii) Supporting a range of Solar/WASH initiatives for refugees and host communities, aiming to increase solar capacity and the solar/water system in the country.
    Beneficiaries: 60,000 IDPs
Indonesia Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Psychosocial Support

  • Protection of Migrants in Indonesia: Education, Vocational Training, and Psychosocial Support
    Amount Requested: USD 700,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to the Government of Indonesia's efforts to fulfill the human rights of migrants in Indonesia by supporting migrants' psychosocial needs while in transit. This objective will be achieved by conducting educational activities such as language and literacy classes, art classes, vocational training, and joint activities between migrants and the host communities, among others.
    Beneficiaries: 12,000 migrants and local community members

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Supporting Stabilization Efforts in Vulnerable Communities
    Amount Requested: USD 400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To contribute towards durable solutions through targeted social cohesion efforts between refugees and host communities in Indonesia.  This project will target interventions at the local level and engage local governments, civil society organizations, and the private sector.
    Beneficiaries: 2,000 migrants and local community members

  Migration Policy and Legislation Support

  • Strengthening the Government of Indonesia's Capacity on Migration Management
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To improve the inter-institutional mechanisms and systems for collection, sharing and analysing of data relevant to migration management within and between relevant GOI actors.
    Beneficiaries: Government of Indonesia
Iraq Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • IOM shelter and NFIs programming
    Amount Requested: USD 10,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 661,090.00
    Objective:
    Improve the standard of living without discrimination through the rehabilitation of damaged houses, providing rental assistance/cash for repairs, developing core shelter solutions and distributing seasonal NFI or cash amount for NFIs.
    Beneficiaries: IDPs, returnees, and host communities living in selected areas

  Land and Property Support

  • Community policing as a tool to address Housing, Land, and Property (HLP) issues in return areas
    Amount Requested: USD 1,066,667.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To provide community policing and HLP support for IDPs, Returnees, and affected populations, towards achieving durable solutions.
    Beneficiaries: Law enforcement officials; civil society; community members (IDPs and returnees); Ministry of Interior; and Government Authorities (local and national)

  Health Support

  • Increasing accessibility of primary and secondary health care services in conflicted affected areas
    Amount Requested: USD 1,666,667.00 Amount Received: USD 650,545.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to increasing accessibility of primary and secondary health care services in conflicted affected areas through facilitating access to primary health care services, improving the Ministry of Health (MoH)'s capacity in provision of health services and supporting secondary health care services by providing specialized consultations and facilitating the referral system.
    Beneficiaries: 30,000 individuals benefit from improved and increased access to essential health ; 5,000 medical facilities; 666 medical staff and 3,333 individuals benefit from specialized consultations and the referral system

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Addressing the reconciliation and peacebuilding needs of IDPs, returned IDPs and host communities
    Amount Requested: USD 1,600,000.00 Amount Received: USD 807,602.00
    Objective:
    To address the reconciliation and peacebuilding needs of IDPs, returned IDPs and host communities through supporting Government to establish sound policies and outputs related to reconciliation and peacebuilding; and mobilizing strengthening community support for coexistence and reconciliation.
    Beneficiaries: 100 government officials; 100 beneficiaries from civil society and 1,000 individuals from communities
  • Community infrastructure rehabilitation in communities at risk
    Amount Requested: USD 1,766,667.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Improved access to basic infrastructure and support to safe and dignified returns.
    Beneficiaries: IDPs, returnees, and communities in conflicted affected areas
  • Community infrastructure rehabilitation in conflict affected areas
    Amount Requested: USD 3,050,000.00 Amount Received: USD 481,151.00
    Objective:
    Improved access to basic infrastructure to support safe and dignified returns.
    Beneficiaries: IDPs, returnees, and host communities living in selected areas
  • Economic sustainability and stabilization through developing micro and small enterprises (MSEs) and provision of livelihoods in at risk communities
    Amount Requested: USD 7,666,667.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide temporary and sustainable livelihood solutions for Returnees, IDPs and stayees.
    Beneficiaries: IDPs, returnees, and communities living in selected areas
  • Economic sustainability and stabilization through developing micro and small enterprises (MSEs) and provision of livelihoods in communities affected by large numbers of returns and IDPs
    Amount Requested: USD 8,100,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,826,815.00
    Objective:
    Provide temporary and sustainable livelihood solutions for Returnees and IDPs in affected areas.
    Beneficiaries: 3,000 IDPs, returnees, and host communities living in selected areas
  • Support durable solutions for IDPs by contributing to resilient and socially cohesive communities in areas of IDP return
    Amount Requested: USD 2,400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,547,594.00
    Objective:
    Support durable solutions for IDPs by contributing to resilient and socially cohesive communities in areas of IDP return through mitigating social tension and strengthen social cohesion, building resilient and cohesive communities by improving access to socio-economic infrastructure and essential services and preventing future conflict by building the capacity of civil society and community members to diffuse tensions and manage conflict.
    Beneficiaries: 12,800 individuals across four governorates

  (Re)integration Assistance

  • Strengthening community policing in returns areas
    Amount Requested: USD 1,066,667.00 Amount Received: USD 4,714,696.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to strengthening peace and security in return areas in Iraq through support to Community Policing.
    Beneficiaries: Law enforcement officials; civil society; community members (IDPs and returnees); Ministry of Interior; and Government authorities (local and national)

  Social Cohesion

  • Reconstructing communities
    Amount Requested: USD 2,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to ongoing stabilization efforts in the most vulnerable communities in Iraq through increasing social cohesion by enhancing capacity of the community to manage conflict and capacity of the community to manage conflict, in addition to strengthening the capacity of civil society to undertake gross-root actions and the role of women in peace and security.
    Beneficiaries: IDPs, returnees, and communities in three locations (Tel Afar, Sinuni and Sinjar in Ninewa)
Kenya Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Emergency Assistance of Temporary Shelter and Non-Food Items To Flood Affected Internally Displaced Persons In Kenya
    Amount Requested: USD 2,923,089.00 Amount Received: USD 734,544.00
    Objective:
    Provision of emergency assistance, distributing temporary shelter and non-food items (NFIs) to flood affected IDPs in Kenya.
    Beneficiaries: Affected internally displaced persons in Kenya

  Health Support

  • Improving selected county governments in Kenya and their partners capacity to deliver universal health coverage through a resilient system
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Expand coverage of essential health services and community health services for vulnerable populations including migrant groups in priority counties and humanitarian settings. The focus will be on strengthening health governance, health financing, human resources and monitoring the quality of health services.
    Beneficiaries: Migrant and refugee population around the Eastleigh area
  • Life-saving Emergency Response to floods and disease outbreaks in Kenya
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 151,689.00
    Objective:
    Conduct the Participatory Mobility Mapping PMM in Turkana and Kilifi aiming to track the mobility of individuals for public health purposes. The information generated will be triangulated with the other lifesaving data and information generated at the community and county levels by the key partners WHO, UNICEF and UNFPA, which will be integrated into the reporting systems (situational reports, weekly bulletins and etc) at the Emergency Operations Centres (EOC) at the national and county levels - i) IOM and Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) will conduct key informant interviews; ii) IOM and KRCS will conduct customized orientations on rapid and real-time data collection and processing; iii) deploy 2 IOM GIS experts to integrate the team for data collection; and iv) conduct community engagement and awereness interventions on safe movement and travel in relation to health risk.
    Beneficiaries: Flood affected populations in Kenya
  • Resilience of communities and health systems to cope with health emergencies and disease outbreaks
    Amount Requested: USD 150,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Building capacity (training and technical support) of public health border points and other check point sites along migration space in compliance and implementation of international Health Regulations (IHR).
    Beneficiaries: Migrants, refugees and international travelers entering Kenya
  • Strengthening the capacities of the Government of Kenya and their partners to prevent, control, eliminate or eradicate communicable, non-communicable conditions and neglected tropical diseases
    Amount Requested: USD 88,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Addressing the gaps in the national and selected county governments and their partners to increase technical and institutional capacity to prevent, control, eliminate or eradicate communicable, non-communicable conditions and neglected tropical diseases. Activities will include: Scale up training of Health Care Workers and Community Health Volunteers in TB screening, diagnosis and contact tracing in the vulnerable population including migrants in priority areas/spaces of vulnerability; establish teleradiology services for TB diagnosis - linking peripheral facilities with Teleradiology centre and generate evidence on the burden of TB among the migrants in priority areas.
    Beneficiaries: Migrant and refugee population around the Eastleigh area
  • Strengthening the capacities of the Government of Kenya to provide health services especially for vulnerable and marginalized populations
    Amount Requested: USD 30,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Improve the institutional and technical capacities of the Government of Kenya to provide rights based, quality, equitable and integrated sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health services especially for vulnerable and marginalized populations. Activities will include: i) train health care workers on various Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child And Adolescent Health (RMNCAH) Interventions: Emergency Obstetric And Newborn Care (EmONC); Emergency Obstetric And Newborn Care (IMCI); Integrated Community Case Management (ICCM); Family Planning (FP); Sexual And Gender-Based Violence (SGBV); Antenatal Care (ANC); Adolescent And Youth Friendly Services(AYFS); Maternal And Perinatal Death Surveillance And Response (MPDSR); Uterine Balloon Tamponade (UBT), Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC); and ii) support community education including outreach programs to increase uptake of RMNCAH services by the vulnerable including migrant and mobile populations.
    Beneficiaries: Migrant and refugee population around the Eastleigh area

  Psychosocial Support

  • Providing support for the Psychosocial Needs of Former Combatants and Individuals at Risk of Radicalisation in Kenya
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Following an assessment of psychosocial needs of former combatants in the north of the country conducted by IOM, the projects seeks to: support the Government of Kenya to a) integrate lay forms of psychosocial support, including Psychological First Aid training as a first step in interventions, b) including  mental capacity building through vocational training and other awareness raising components. In the medium- to longer-terms, support to establish a comprehensive Government strategy to deal with such complex target groups in an all-inclusive manner. Proposed Activities: i) dentify and address underlying grievances and dissatisfaction with governance perceived as discriminatory in order to counter perceptions of marginalization; ii) mainstream psychosocial support of non-clinical nature to the entire group of beneficiaries, including former combatants/returnees from violent extremist groups and those assessed as vulnerable to potential recruitment by such groups; iii) increase investments in sports infrastructure and activities at the local level in order to harness the benefits of sports as a driver of social inclusion, cohesion and development; and iv) establish an effective Mental Health and Psychosocial Service (MHPSS) Referral System at county level targeting various groups in need of psychosocial assistance.
    Beneficiaries: 40 community members - male and female - including: a) returnees from armed groups abroad and/or former members of domestic armed/secessionist/criminal groups, and b) vulnerable youth

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Community Stabilization in the Coastal and Southern Somalia Border Regions of Kenya
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 800,000.00
    Objective:
    To enhance security and stabilize vulnerable communities in the Coastal and Southern Somalia Border Regions in Kenya, namely Mombasa, Kwale, Kilifi and Lamu Counties. Activities: i) Provide tailored reintegration packages and reinsertion kits, including access to information, counselling and referral services (ICRS), business development training, capacity building in community based psychosocial support and an in-kind grant for a livelihood project; ii) Train on Immigration & Border Management, including on counter-terrorism, counter human trafficking, counter smuggling, document examination and fraud detection and community awareness raising on counter human trafficking and preventing violent extremism; and iii) Improve Community Policing activities by building capacity of government officials and local community leaders to support community dialogue on existing "Nyumba Kumi" initiatives.
    Beneficiaries: 70 individual beneficiaries (including returnees and vulnerable youth); 40 local Government of Kenya (GoK) officials will receive a training of trainers on IBM

  (Re)integration Assistance

  • Programme for Human Security and Stabilisation in Coastal Areas of Kenya (PHSS III)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 150,000.00
    Objective:
    To support the Government of Kenya in its efforts to counter and prevent violent extremism, and to enhance overall community resilience. Activities include: i) together with NCSCs, KNCHR, KECOSCE and CICC, conduct outreach activities to identify project beneficiaries; ii) provide information and counselling services to beneficiaries on, inter alia, their legal status, available services, referral partners, and other government programmes; iii) conduct two-day income generation orientation sessions for beneficiaries. Procure and distribute reinsertion kits to beneficiaries as an initial step of confidence building; iv) on the basis of counselling and individualized needs assessment, develop individualized income generation projects. Livelihood assistance options will include in-kind grants for small business start-up, on-the-job training, etc; v) conduct five-day business management and development training for small business operators; vi)disseminate adequate information on supplier and buyer requirements from national market centres and neighbouring countries to training participants; vii) match individual beneficiaries to small business operators with new employment opportunities though job and on-the-job training referral; and viii) provide employers with temporary salary subsidies and/or adequate in-kind contributions required to expand their respective businesses.
    Beneficiaries: 60 community members and 8 small business operators

  Counter-Trafficking and Protection of Vulnerable Migrants

  • Nationwide Counter-Trafficking Awareness Raising
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM will work with the county coordination structures to develop and implement public information campaigns to inform the public on trafficking risks in their counties, how to identify and report potential trafficking hotspots, and on how to seek assistance. Potential activities include community-based outreach such as community meetings ('barazas'); community theatre; radio spots; print materials and/or social media.
    Beneficiaries: 5 counties
  • Reintegration Assistance to Victims of Human Trafficking
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Victims of Trafficking (VoT) suffer various types of harm including physical or mental injury, emotional suffering, perceived shame or stigma, and/or economic loss. IOM will provide direct assistance to VoTs through referral to the relevant agencies for appropriate services, and where needed, will provide direct assistance services directly. These services include: inter alia, shelter; mental health and psychosocial support; education; life skills training; livelihoods support; legal assistance; medical support; and return and reintegration services in order to start a new life again and to prevent returning to similar situations of vulnerability.
    Beneficiaries: 50 VoTs (male and female)
  • Technical Support to the Establishment of Shelter Houses for Victims of Trafficking
    Amount Requested: USD 700,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM will support the initiative of the Counter Trafficking Advisory Committee to establish government-run shelter houses for VoT through developing SOPs and by providing capacity building training on the management of shelter houses, utilizing the IOM Shelter Guidelines for VoT. IOM will also support an existing shelter to refurbish and renovate to assist male victims of human trafficking to bridge the gap for accommodation. Currently, there is no access to housing/shelters that is safe and has resources to meet the needs of men and boys. Since the use of hotels/guesthouse is often inadequate for traumatized male survivors IOM will support government initiatives to ensure services are gender sensitive to the needs of all victims, and adapt assistance methodologies as may be needed.
    Beneficiaries: 40 GOK officials
Madagascar Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Management and Displacement Tracking

  • Improved internal displacement monitoring, and information management in areas of origin and destination of internal migrants.
    Amount Requested: USD 450,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Improved internal displacement monitoring, and information management for effective and evidence-based response to internal migration in areas of origin and destination of internal migrants. Key activities include: i) contextualization and implementation of the Displacement Tracking Tools in neighbouring regions and in primary areas of destination of migrants from the South of the country; ii) conducting training of data collectors, enumerators, and analysts in the primary areas of destination; ensuring regular DTM data collection rounds in the areas of origin and destination of internal migrants; and iii) production and dissemination to humanitarian and development stakeholders of regular DTM reports highlighting internal migration trends to and from the drought recovering areas of Southern Madagascar, and on the perspectives on return migration to areas of origin.
    Beneficiaries: Direct beneficiaries include: DRM actors and local humanitarian and development stakeholders inareas of origin and destination of the migrants; Indirect beneficiaries include: populations and local authorities

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Improved resilience in migration-affected communities in Southern Madagascar
    Amount Requested: USD 350,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The most vulnerable households from 50 migration-affected communities have access to livelihoods that supports their resilience and community stabilization. Based on the data collected through the DTM and partners' reports, the most vulnerable communities of forced migration in the Regions of Southern Madagascar will be identified and selected. In each of these communities, IOM will implement a resilience-building programme of livelihoods assistance. The nature of assistance will be guided by the imperative to support the household's own recovery, and broader community stabilization efforts, and will be the result of a collective decision of the community through community-based dialogues. Livelihoods assistance may include distribution of agricultural inputs and materials (including drought-resistant seeds, crop protectants, etc.), supplying of productive livestock, and promotion of cash generating activities (including targeted skills development and distribution of startup kits).
    Beneficiaries: Direct beneficiaries: 500 households (2,500 individuals for an average of 5 persons per household); Indirect beneficiaries: populations and authorities in 60 communities most affected by migration in Southern Madagascar
Republic of the Marshall Islands Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Enhanced Prepositioning for Disaster Response Preparedness in Micronesia - Marshall Islands
    Amount Requested: USD 100,000.00 Amount Received: USD 100,000.00
    Objective:
    The project will contribute to enhanced emergency preparedness for the FSM and the RMI, through an improved ability to deploy functional non-food items and assets in the event of a US presidential disaster declaration (US PDD). USAID implementing partner (IOM) has the knowledge and skills to deploy and operationalize functional assets within 12 hours of a USG-declared disaster to reduce risk and elevating suffering post hazard event.
    Beneficiaries: 53,066 individuals

  Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building

  • Disaster Preparedness for Effective Response (PREPARE) Program - Marshall Islands
    Amount Requested: USD 1,250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,250,000.00
    Objective:
    As part of the Disaster Preparedness for Effective Response (PREPARE) Program, IOM is assisting FSM and RMI to develop or update Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) meant to accompany and complement the disaster response plans of both the countries. Emergency response preparedness strengthened in FSM and RMI through the advanced gathering of information that would be used in planning and executing a response and a recovery. In addition, PREPARE team developed Public Infrastructure Profiles across FSM and RMI to contribute to the planning of JDA after a disaster, and as baseline information for use in reconstruction phase. IOM developed the Emergency Response Contingency Plans (ERCP) for the Implementing Partner with information on risk and hazards, vulnerability, infrastructure and utilities, pre-positioned commodities and warehousing capacity across FSM and RMI, and stand-by agreements with service delivery agencies. Further work towards building National level response capacity is still needed to help reduce disaster risk, ensure timely and effective responses, and provided services to safeguard the wellbeing of its population following a hazard event.
    Beneficiaries: 53,066 individuals (direct/indirect)

  Health Support

  • Promoting the Health of Migrants and Migrant-Affected Communities through Health System Strengthening - Marshall Islands
    Amount Requested: USD 465,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Activities will include: i) Support the provision of accessible and high-quality primary and preventive services and ensure effective partnerships are developed and maintained; and ii) Contribute to emerging and re-emerging infectious disease detection and response.
    Beneficiaries: 53,066 individuals (indirect)
  • Strengthening Protection Networks for Vulnerable Populations in the RMI through Psychological First Aid Training
    Amount Requested: USD 32,478.00 Amount Received: USD 32,478.00
    Objective:
    The goal of this project is to have a cohort of psychological first aid trainers and trained first responders to better support the youth population in RMI when they experience a traumatic or distressing event. Create and translate a psychological first aid training curriculum that is appropriate for RMI using global and regional IOM resources.
    Beneficiaries: RMI government officials, civil society members, school service providers and students. Including: 30 women and 20 men through direct training of trainers and eventually 1,768 high school students in Majuro

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Climate Adaptation, Disaster Risk Reduction, & Education Plus (CADRE+) - Marshall Islands
    Amount Requested: USD 350,000.00 Amount Received: USD 350,000.00
    Objective:
    To support the national and state governments in the implementation of their national strategies pertaining to climate adaptation and disaster risk reduction in the FSM & RMI, by implementing a climate adaptation and disaster risk reduction education program that builds the resilience of vulnerable schools and communities through enhancing their adaptive and disaster preparedness capacities.
    Beneficiaries: 500 students, 100 education leaders, 300 educators, & 100 community members
  • Community Vulnerability and Capacity Mapping Exercise and Assessment
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 45,000.00
    Objective:
    This activity capitalizes on the experience and expertise of IOM while fulfilling the strategic priorities of the World Bank in the North Pacific. The aim of the project is to increase the capacity of communities and the government to prepare and respond to natural hazards through improved early warning systems and enhanced community level resilience: i) Communities in the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) engaged in participatory hazard risk mapping are more able to engage in planning of community investments; ii) Robust data collection and local consultations informs the design of a regional/national early warning system relevant to the RMI context; and iii) Knowledge mapping and geo-tagging of key public assets and infrastructure is compiled with links to open source mapping platforms. Knowledge mapping and evaluation of existing open-source information on key public assets and infrastructure in RMI and/or FSM is carried out.
    Beneficiaries: 53,066 individuals (indirect)

  Humanitarian Communications

  • Expanding Access to Public Information in the Pacific Islands - Marshall Islands
    Amount Requested: USD 750,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Activities will include: i) Survey and assess the capacity and condition of all public broadcast stations to evaluate the structural needs of each station; ii) Based on the needs and technical recommendations, complete the upgrades required for broadcasting to reach the states' furthest communities; iii) Monitoring of infrastructure improvements by a technical expert; Provide solar power generating systems for all broadcast stations, to offset operational costs, and reduce dependence on diesel generated electricity, and increase the regularity of transmissions, including monitoring by a technical expert; and iv) Training and technical support to stakeholders including government officials and radio personnel on strategies for content creation, successful public service announcements, and media campaigns resulting in engaging messaging for the most remote areas.
    Beneficiaries: nation-wide public
Mauritania Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Increasing livelihood opportunities for Malian refugees and selected host communities in Hodh Ech Chargui, Mauritania
    Amount Requested: USD 1,940,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,400,000.00
    Objective:
    Combating food insecurity and increasing livelihood opportunities for Malian refugees and host communities to prevent conflict and rural emigration through distribution of cattle feed, construction of water of points and creation of mixed (peace committees).
    Beneficiaries: 6,000 refugees and 6,000 non-refugees within host communities
Federated States of Micronesia Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Enhanced Prepositioning for Disaster Response Preparedness in Micronesia - Federated States of Micronesia
    Amount Requested: USD 100,000.00 Amount Received: USD 100,000.00
    Objective:
    The project will contribute to enhanced emergency preparedness for the FSM and the RMI, through an improved ability to deploy functional non-food items and assets in the event of a US presidential disaster declaration (US PDD).  USAID implementing partner (IOM) has the knowledge and skills to deploy and operationalize functional assets within 12 hours of a USG-declared disaster to reduce risk and elevating suffering post hazard event.
    Beneficiaries: 104,937 individuals

  Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building

  • Disaster Preparedness for Effective Response (PREPARE) Program - Federated States of Micronesia
    Amount Requested: USD 1,750,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,750,000.00
    Objective:
    As part of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded Disaster Preparedness for Effective Response (PREPARE) Program, IOM is assisting FSM and RMI to develop or update Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) meant to accompany and complement the disaster response plans of both the countries. Emergency response preparedness should be strengthened in FSM and RMI through the advanced gathering of information for use in planning and executing a response and a recovery. In addition, PREPARE team developed Public Infrastructure Profiles across FSM and RMI to contribute to the planning of JDA after a disaster, and as baseline information for use in reconstruction phase. IOM developed the Emergency Response Contingency Plans (ERCP) for the Implementing Partner with information on risk and hazards, vulnerability, infrastructure and utilities, pre-positioned commodities and warehousing capacity across FSM and RMI, and stand-by agreements with service delivery agencies. Further work towards building National and State level response capacity is still needed to help reduce disaster risk, ensure timely and effective responses, and provided services to safeguard the wellbeing of its population following a hazard event.
    Beneficiaries: 104,937 individuals

  Health Support

  • Promoting the Health of Migrants and Migrant-Affected Communities through Health System Strengthening - Federated States of Micronesia
    Amount Requested: USD 150,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The objectives of this project are: i) to support the provision of accessible and high-quality primary and preventive services and ensure effective partnerships are developed and maintained; and ii) to contribute to emerging and re-emerging infectious disease detection and response.
    Beneficiaries: The Federated States of Micronesia and destination countries

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Assessing the Effect of Natural Disasters on the Health and Security of Women and Girls
    Amount Requested: USD 30,000.00 Amount Received: USD 30,000.00
    Objective:
    The objectives are : i) to better understand the effect of natural disasters on women's and girls' health and security in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) through a comprehensive quantitative and qualitative study and subsequent report that outlines key findings, as well as offering culturally-relevant recommendations; and ii) to offer an evidence-based resource for local and international organizations implementing relevant interventions in the region.
    Beneficiaries: 519 women (18+ yrs); 315 girls (under 18 yrs); 121 men (18+ yrs); 42 boys (under 18 yrs)
  • Climate Adaptation, Disaster Risk Reduction, & Education Plus (CADRE+) - Federated States of Micronesia
    Amount Requested: USD 120,000.00 Amount Received: USD 120,000.00
    Objective:
    Support the national and state governments in the implementation of their national strategies pertaining to climate adaptation and disaster risk reduction in the FSM & RMI, by implementing a climate adaptation and disaster risk reduction education program that builds the resilience of vulnerable schools and communities through enhancing their adaptive and disaster preparedness capacities.
    Beneficiaries: 104,937 individuals
  • Community Vulnerability and Capacity Mapping Exercise and Assessment - Federated States of Micronesia
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 45,000.00
    Objective:
    The "Community Vulnerability and Capacity Mapping Exercise and Assessment" (CVCMEA) project capitalizes on the experience and expertise of IOM while fulfilling the strategic priorities of the World Bank in the North Pacific. The aim of the project is to increase the capacity of communities and government to prepare and respond to natural hazards through improved early warning systems and enhanced community level resilience. The three objectives are: i) communities in Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) engaged in participatory hazard risk mapping are more able to engage in planning of community investments; ii) robust data collection and local consultations informs the design of a regional/national early warning system relevant to the RMI context; and iii) knowledge mapping and geo-tagging of key public assets and infrastructure compiled with links to open source mapping platforms. Knowledge mapping and evaluation of existing open-source information on key public assets and infrastructure in RMI and/or FSM.
    Beneficiaries: 104,937 (indirect) individuals

  Humanitarian Communications

  • Expanding Access to Public Information in the Pacific Islands
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 100,000.00
    Objective:
    Objectives and activities include: i) survey and assess the capacity and condition of all public broadcast stations to evaluate the structural needs of each station; ii) based on the needs and technical recommendations, complete the upgrades required for broadcasting to reach the states' furthest communities; iii)monitoring of infrastructure improvements by a technical expert; iv)provide solar power generating systems for all broadcast stations, to offset operational costs, and reduce dependence on diesel generated electricity, and increase the regularity of transmissions, including monitoring by a technical expert; and v)training and technical support to stakeholders including government officials and radio personnel on strategies for content creation, successful public service announcements, and media campaigns resulting in engaging messaging for the most remote areas.
    Beneficiaries: Nation-wide public
Nepal Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Assistance and protection to landless vulnerable flood affected communities in Banke and Morang
    Amount Requested: USD 345,817.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Meet the humanitarian needs for safe shelter and settlement areas to the flood affected landless people of Banke and Morang. Activities include: i) distribution of shelter and NFI kits to flood affected landless people living in-camp sites in Banke and Morang; Construction of WASH facilities in camp sites in Banke and Morang; and ii) site improvement and construction of facilities of the camp sites in Banke and Morang; Map existing laws/policies, legal frameworks and institutional capacities to address the situation of landless displaced populations and identify gaps.
    Beneficiaries: 8 landless vulnerable flood-affected communities

  Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building

  • People to People Support for Building Community Resilience through Recovery and Reconstruction of Nepal
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,000,000.00
    Objective:
    To have safer critical infrastructure, evacuation / collection points, and a focus on reconstruction and building back better for targeted communities. Activties include: Rebuild or reinforce existing critical infrastructure or community centres to provide safe places for evacuation and recovery following a disaster; identify and map open spaces using a Geographic Information System (GIS) to safeguard open spaces as evacuation centers and shelter by communities and the Government and orient and train newly elected local government officials and community members to mainstream reconstruction within local development plans.
    Beneficiaries: 24 earthquake-affected communities
  • Technical Support to the Government of Nepal to implement The Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act
    Amount Requested: USD 749,265.00 Amount Received: USD 749,265.00
    Objective:
    The project will contribute to the establishment of a National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority (NDRRMA) following the DRRM Act. Activities include: i) embed a senior national expert on DRR/DRM within the NDRRMA; ii) high Level Political Dialogues; In-house closed door workshop; iii) an inter-ministerial closed door meeting/workshop and exchange visits; iv) 7 provincial level and 7 municipal level and rural municipal consultations; Workshop with donors, INGOs and UN agencies; and v) national Level Consultation and Conduct comprehensive media advocacy campaign around the new act and the NDRRMA by holding talk shows in national media and air it in all provinces in Nepal.
    Beneficiaries: Elected and appointed officials at the Federal, Provincial, Municipal and local levels, NDRRMA, PDMC, DDMC, LDMC
Nigeria Regional Refugee Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Maintenance and enhancement of direct humanitarian assistance in Diffa region
    Amount Requested: USD 696,381.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM aims to contribute to the maintenance and enhancement of direct humanitarian assistance in Diffa region through: i) the improvement in living conditions of the affected refugee population in Diffa region through the distribution of emergency shelters and NFI kits; and ii) the strengthening of the Shelter and NFI Working Group with improved data and coordination.
    Beneficiaries: 1,503 refugee households (10,522 individuals)
Nigeria Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Early recovery and transition
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM strives to expand its efforts in increasing resilience and durable solutions for IDPs, returnees and host communities by pursuing integrated strategies that reduce conflict, promote recovery and contribute to an enabling environment for community stabilization, through the following main thematic areas: i) reducing key drivers of conflict and forced migration; ii) increased community stabilization and strengthened resilience; iii) increased civic participation and inclusion; and iv) facilitated safe returns, and reintegration. The main activities include the rehabilitation of key and strategic community infrastructures and houses, creation of livelihood and income-generating opportunities to support the recovery and self-reliance, and finally enhancing and sustaining social cohesion and stabilization in communities with high concentrations of IDPs and returnees through formation and strengthening of various community based groups.
    Beneficiaries: 3 communities in Borno State in North-East Nigeria
Palau Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Health Support

  • Promoting the Health of Migrants and Migrant-Affected Communities through Health System Strengthening - Palau
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support the provision of accessible and high-quality primary and preventive services and ensure effective partnerships are developed and maintained, including contributing to emerging and re-emerging infectious disease detection and response.

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Alii Climate Adaptation, Disaster Risk Reduction & Education
    Amount Requested: USD 170,000.00 Amount Received: USD 170,000.00
    Objective:
    The Alii CADRE program will target three main outcomes: i) Knowledge: school age students and teachers will gain increased knowledge of Climate Change, Climate Adaptation, and Disaster Risk Reduction; ii) Conservation: school age students, teachers, and community members demonstrate increased awareness and practice of water and energy conservation; and iii) Preparedness: Schools bolster their emergency preparedness capacity in Palau.
    Beneficiaries: 2,000 students and 100 teachers

  Humanitarian Communications

  • Expanding Access to Public Information in the Pacific Islands - Palau
    Amount Requested: USD 750,000.00 Amount Received: USD 70,500.00
    Objective:
    Survey and assess the capacity and condition of all public broadcast stations to evaluate the structural needs of each station; Based on the needs and technical recommendations, complete the upgrades required for broadcasting to reach the states' furthest communities; Monitoring of infrastructure improvements by a technical expert; Provide solar power generating systems for all broadcast stations, to offset operational costs, and reduce dependence on diesel generated electricity, and increase the regularity of transmissions, including monitoring by a technical expert; Training and technical support to stakeholders including government officials and radio personnel on strategies for content creation, successful public service announcements, and media campaigns resulting in engaging messaging for the most remote areas.
    Beneficiaries: Nation wide public
Panama Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Management and Displacement Tracking

  • Upgrading the shelters in Darien
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The main objective of the project is to improve the living conditions of the vulnerable migrants in transit or stranded by upgrading the shelter in the Penitas community in the Darien Province. Main activities include: i) upgrading the existing infrastructure for shelter with adequate rooms for men, women and household with children, with the provision of mattresses and linen clothes, mosquito nets, installation of toilets and showers, store room, generator or solar panels and fans, the installation of a kitchen and a space for children; ii) provision of NFIs (clothes for men, women and children as standard possible; first aid kits, hygiene kits for men and women, water purification); iii) provision of dry food for most vulnerable migrants such pregnant women, children and sick people; iv) provision of psychosocial support to facilitate the process of transit fi this become longer (stranded); v) provision of interpreters/translators in coordination with universities or embassies to facilitate the communication; vi) raise awareness in the host communities about migration issues; vii) advocacy with the local authorities to improve public services in the communities; and viii) provide orientation and quick training for shelter managers so they may detect, identify and refer potential trafficking in persons victims, and provide adequate assistance and protection noting higher risk for fo unaccompanied children and LGTBI persons), and basic information to refer asylum seekers to relevant organizations and institutions.
    Beneficiaries: 6,000 migrants
Philippines Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building

  • Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building on Mass Evacuation for Vulnerable Populations in Metro Manila
    Amount Requested: USD 578,034.68 Amount Received: USD 578,034.68
    Objective:
    Capacity and resilience building support for vulnerable communities and populations in selected Metro Manila, with a focus on Mass Evacuation in Natural Disasters (MEND) including earthquakes and floods.
    Beneficiaries: Population and communities of 4 selected cities in Metro Manila

  Camp Management and Displacement Tracking

  • Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Assistance for Populations Affected by the Marawi Conflict
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support for IDPs and conflict affected communities in and around Marawi City through CCCM, Dis-placement Tracking Matrix (DTM) and transitional shelter assistance to identify their needs and pro-vide them with safer and more dignified living conditions.
    Beneficiaries: 350,000 individuals, displaced by the Marawi Conflict

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Community Stabilization and peace building support for Vulnerable Populations Affected by Protracted Conflict in Mindanao
    Amount Requested: USD 20,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 18,190,710.97
    Objective:
    Conflict-sensitive community stabilization and peace building support for the most vulnerable com-munities in Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).
    Beneficiaries: 435 barangays or communities as critical target areas
  • Transition and recovery support for Vulnerable Populations Affected by the Marawi Conflict
    Amount Requested: USD 20,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Conflict-sensitive transition and recovery support for Marawi City's most affected and devastated by the extremist attacks to strengthen ties between and among IDPs, host communities, and government authorities.
    Beneficiaries: 24 barangays, 17,500 families or 87,500 individuals as critical target beneficiaries

  Shelter

  • Emergency and Transitional Shelter Support for populations displaced by Typhoon Ompong
    Amount Requested: USD 1,387,283.24 Amount Received: USD 1,156,069.36
    Objective:
    Shelter support for the population affected by Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) through provision of Emergency Shelter Kits (ESK), Shelter Repair Kits (SRK), Transitional shelters, and cash grant.
    Beneficiaries: 6,700 individuals

  (Re)integration Assistance

  • Protection and Reintegration Support for Vulnerable Populations Affected by Protracted Conflict in Mindanao
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Conflict-sensitive protection and reintegration support for MILF disengaged children associated with armed groups and their families to mitigate the conditions contributing to radicalization of youth and to prevent wider violent extremism.
    Beneficiaries: 1,000 individuals, mainly children associated with armed groups and their families
Rwanda Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building

  • Provision of Shelter to Communities Affected by Floods and Landslides in Rwanda
    Amount Requested: USD 2,082,114.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to improving living conditions of extremely vulnerable families affected by the floods and landslides that hit Rwanda between January and May 2018.The key components of this life-saving intervention will be the provision and distribution of construction materials to the households that had their house destroyed. The shelters will be in the new safe zones demarked by the Government of Rwanda.
    Beneficiaries: 4,600 affected Rwandans

  (Re)integration Assistance

  • Sustainable Reintegration of Rwandan Returnees (part of a One UN Joint Initiative)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,859,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen national capacity for sustainable reintegration of Rwandan refugees by increasing returnee's access to basic social services including basic education, primary health and durable housing and increasing returnee's economic opportunities / livelihoods. IOM will achieve these outcomes by providing scholastic materials and uniforms to returnee children and other vulnerable students identified and by providing returnees, especially youth, with Market-Oriented Skills Training (MOST) and initial business setup support (including business training/coaching, startup kits and capital). These outcomes and outputs, along with the numbers, only reflects IOMs role in the One UN Joint Initiative titled "Sustainable Reintegration of Rwandan Returnees" and not the whole initiative.
    Beneficiaries: 23,500 vulnerable returnees and host community members

  Counter-Trafficking and Protection of Vulnerable Migrants

  • Direct Victim of Trafficking Assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 100,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide assistance to identified Victims of Trafficking (VoTs) through the above mentioned "Strengthening the Identification and Protection of Victims of Trafficking Among Refugees in Rwanda" project.
    Beneficiaries: 40 VoTs
  • Improving knowledge, enforcement and coordination in counter trafficking
    Amount Requested: USD 1,360,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,360,000.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen the Governments and civil society in Rwanda's capacity to respond to all forms of internal and cross border human trafficking, including trafficking of children and to identify and protect victims. Specifically, the project strengthens the capacity of government agencies and social and child protection actors to make informed decisions on TIP programming on the basis of accurate data on TIP in Rwanda. The project will complement and reinforce ongoing efforts by the GoR and key partners to address human trafficking. This project will also make available a comprehensive research report describing trafficking in persons in Rwanda and it will support civil society organizations in acquiring skills to contribute to counter trafficking efforts in the country. IOM is implementing the project with UNICEF and UN Women as partners.
    Beneficiaries: 500 government partners, civil society organization, protection actors, victims of trafficking in persons
  • Strengthening the Identification and Protection of Victims of Trafficking Among Refugees in Rwanda
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 300,000.00
    Objective:
    This 24-month project will contribute to increasing TIP awareness, identification, and referrals among the refugee community in Rwanda and staff operating in refugee settings, including in the six camps and their surrounding communities.  This project proposes to meet this objective through sensitization activities for increased awareness among refugee communities on the issues of trafficking and improved services offered by the authorities which will increase trust in the processes and encourage victims and witnesses to come forward. Improved awareness and continuous protection for victims of trafficking (VoTs) from the point of identification is the basis for a stronger counter-trafficking response in Rwanda. Throughout the project, the One UN partners will also seek to strengthen such mechanisms for refugee populations that are increasingly at risk of TIP. IOM will conduct an assessment in all six refugee camps in Rwanda and their surrounding communities of the residents' vulnerabilities to human trafficking; conduct awareness-raising based on the findings and recommendations from the assessment; conduct sensitization on human trafficking in all six camps and surrounding communities; and provide training on the referral process for human trafficking for refugee camp leadership and for camp and community members.
    Beneficiaries: The GoR (Rwandan Police, DGIE, MIDIMAR), VoTs, specialized protection agencies and refugees. 170,000 refugees and host community members (though awareness raising activities), 302 beneficiaries out of the camp leadership
South Sudan Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Transition and Recovery
    Amount Requested: USD 11,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 3,947,270.25
    Objective:
    IOM seeks to build national ownership and strengthen national rights-based systems through enhancing knowledge, skills and capacity, in line with Pillar III of the MCOF 2018-2019. In line with Pillar II of the MCOF 2018-2019, strengthening reconciliation and reduced violence at the local level among communities, as well as the national, political level, depending on the overall political and conflict context, will lay the foundations for transformational change towards inclusive sustainable development. Implementation will take place in cooperation with other UN agencies such as UNMISS and UNDP, the Government of South Sudan and local communities, civil society and traditional leaders. Strengthened capacities for reconciliation and dialogue at all levels will articulate key priorities for peacebuilding in the coming years. Scaling-up best practice activities at the local level will strengthen local dialogues and lead to dialogue in more places, with more active participation of women. This will lead to reduced levels of violence in targeted areas, and people in these areas will feel increased personal safety and security. The focus area will continue to be Abyei, with new focus areas such as Western Bahr El Ghazal and Greater Upper Nile and Greater Equatoria being added to the portfolio.
    Beneficiaries: 250,000 IDPs, returnees, and host community members

  Migration Management

  • Migration Management
    Amount Requested: USD 6,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,189,419.97
    Objective:
    Activities will include: i) Support the Government's effort to improve border security, prevent organized transitional crime and improve migration management, including through constructing immigration infrastructure; ii) Promote and strengthen regional cooperation and interagency collaboration, and improve national coordination and dialogue mechanisms among key Government institutions, non-government agencies and countries of origin; iii) Seek opportunities to establish a referral mechanism and providing assistance to irregular migrants; iv) Improve Government response mechanisms for migrants in need of basic services, protection and assistance through drafting appropriate legal frameworks; and v) Improving the capacity of law enforcement and other agencies with immigration functions including through regional trainings and study opportunities. Encourage cross-border cooperation and community engagement.
    Beneficiaries: 500 Immigration Officers

  Rapid Response Fund

  • Rapid Response Fund
    Amount Requested: USD 8,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 4,560,000.00
    Objective:
    RRF will continue to support national and international NGOs to respond to natural and man-made disasters in South Sudan and Abyei. Activities will include: i) IOM, in collaboration with OFDA will support partners that have the capacity to work in remote and hard-to-reach areas to swiftly implement specific emergency interventions that respond to the immediate needs of affected populations; ii) The RRF will continue to prioritize responses that last three months in the immediate aftermath of disaster; and iii) The RRF will continue to provide immediate access to funds for emergency humanitarian activities in the sectors of S/NFI, WASH, Health, Nutrition, Protection and Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL).
    Beneficiaries: 1,000,000 individual beneficiaries
Sri Lanka Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Provision of assistance to flood and landslide victims in Sri Lanka
    Amount Requested: USD 350,000.00 Amount Received: USD 350,000.00
    Objective:
    Activities will include: i) Provide essential shelter and NFI assistance to vulnerable people whose homes were damaged or destroyed by floods and landslides; ii) Building on assistance provided in 2017, in early 2018, IOM provided 187 transitional shelters for affected families completing this project; and iii) With weather patterns uncertain, IOM as co-leader of the shelter working group remains ready to assist in the event of further disasters.
    Beneficiaries: 750 displaced people

  Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building

  • Migration, environment and climate change (MECC) linkages in Sri Lanka
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project will contribute to the effective preparation for and management of climate-change related disasters in Sri Lanka. The planned study entitled, Migration, Environment, and Climate Change Rapid Assessment in Sri Lanka will be conducted jointly by IOM, FAO and WFP across six, at risk, districts and will examine linkages between climate change, environmental degradation and migration. This initial study will provide preliminary data to inform a joint proposal for a more in depth study with the aim of gathering data on which to base targeted investment in rural development, food security, and inclusion of MECC into existing development plans and policy frameworks.
    Beneficiaries: 10,000 migrants (internal climate change-affected migrants; returnee Sri Lankan labour migrants; Sri Lankan labour migrants working overseas)

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Comprehensive Return and Reintegration Assistance for Sri Lankan Refugees from India to Sri Lanka
    Amount Requested: USD 2,400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,400,000.00
    Objective:
    The project aims to support the sustainable, safe and dignified return and reintegration of Sri Lankan refugees from Tamil Nadu, India. The comprehensive activities in the pipeline are designed to support refugees before, during, and after their return home. Successful reintegration will be fostered through: i) the provision of shelter assistance, ii) livelihood development opportunities; iii) health and mental health and psychosocial support; iv) support for productive infrastructure and other measures to enhance economic conditions in the targeted communities; v) awareness programmes and referral guidance regarding government and community services. The focus on youth employability, assistance for women, and support for most vulnerable is an essential component of this project.
    Beneficiaries: 2,300 (2,000 refugees; 300 government servants)
  • Promoting Social Cohesion and Reconciliation, through a Reparations Mechanism in Sri Lanka
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 620,000.00
    Objective:
    The project will contribute to building a society which works towards the well-being of all members; fights exclusion and marginalization; creates a sense of belonging; promotes trust; and offers the opportunity of upward social mobility. The activities include technical assistance to government to operationalize the GoSL Reparations Office and support to establish an effective reparations mechanism. The project activities focus on land and property restitution; transitional justice; durable solutions for displaced populations; strengthening of independent commissions; and referral and support for marginalized groups - notably women, youth, and former combatants.
    Beneficiaries: 20,000 community members
Tajikistan Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Management and Displacement Tracking

  • Build Camp Coordination and Camp Management and Shelter capacity for enhanced natural disaster preparedness
    Amount Requested: USD 150,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The objective of CCCM and Shelter activities is to improve the government emergency management agencies and community actors' capacity to provide shelter and CCCM during displacement scenarios. Due to the constant high risk for natural disasters (land/mud slides, flooding and earthquakes) in Tajikistan, it is imperative that government and community actors are prepared to deal with large-scale displacement and have the CCCM capacity needed to fully manage complicated disaster situations. In order to build this capacity: i) IOM wants to use internal expertise to organize trainings and high-level meetings, on CCCM and Shelter. Target groups are officials working in CoES, Afghanistan National Disaster Management Authority (ANDMA), NGOs and other international actors; ii) Trainings would also be held on protection in displacement settings and at later stages high-level technical coordination meetings between Tajik and Afghan emergency response actors; and iii) With proper funding there would be a possibility to further strengthen government capacity through much needed recurrent training and to develop emergency SOPs for efficient collaboration between all actors in the CCCM Cluster and all relevant government agencies.
    Beneficiaries: 300 direct beneficiaries (staff of CoES, ANDMA, NGOs and International Organizations) and approximately 15, 000 indirect beneficiaries (in case of an emergency

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Safe and prosperous communities along the Tajik-Afghan border
    Amount Requested: USD 925,972.00 Amount Received: USD 680,438.00
    Objective:
    The objective of the Community Stabilization and Transition activities is an improved security and stability in vulnerable areas of the Tajik-Afghan border. This will be achieved through actions aimed at: i) Creating livelihood opportunities for vulnerable community members (female heads of household, returned migrants, migrants with re-entry bans, youth, people with disabilities) living along the Tajik-Afghan border; ii) Fostering more prosperous and resilient communities, where youth have fewer incentives to get involved in anti-social behaviour or illegal activities; iii) Capacitate beneficiaries so their skills better match the Tajikistani labour market, and iv) Improving cross-border relations between Tajik and Afghan through trade and community dialogue in order to create a more stable border region. Proposed activities include, inter alia, organizing vocational training courses, providing vulnerable community members and SMEs with in-kind grants, building small infrastructure projects, training border agency personnel, and conducting sessions on safe migration for community members. With expanded funding it would be possible to provide in-kind grants to even more vulnerable community members and SMEs following an already tested and successful model, thus making a greater positive impact on the border communities.
    Beneficiaries: 2,000 (government partners, international agencies, local NGOs, vulnerable community members including returned migrant workers, female-headed households, youth, etc.)
Uganda Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Camp Management and Displacement Tracking

  • Provide real-time data and information to the GoU and partners, on cross-border mobility including cross-border population movements’ en-route to Uganda
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 200,011.00
    Objective:
    Enhance targeted humanitarian and transitional response in Uganda through providing real-time data and information on South Sudanese and Congolese cross-border mobility including cross-border population movements’ en-route to Uganda, thus effectively reinforcing information flow and the capacity of relevant actors in planning, preparedness and response in cross-border population movements.
    Beneficiaries: All relevant government institutions and CSOs

  Health Support

  • Increased health promotion and primary health care services in refugee hosting districts
    Amount Requested: USD 2,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 235,216.00
    Objective:
    Conduct increased health and hygiene sensitization campaigns among refugee and host communities and decrease propagation of communicable diseases and increase access to primary health care services among underserved hosting districts.
    Beneficiaries: 12,000 refugees and members of the host community

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Increase access to livelihood opportunities for refugees and members of the hosting districts through private sector engagement
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 55,000.00
    Objective:
    Improve the socio-economic welfare and resilience of refugees and members of the hosting district through access to employment and by engaging the private sector in refugee resilience and self-reliance. IOM will act as an intermediary to address the existing information and knowledge gaps in the labour market that deter refugees from employment. Refugees and members of the hosting districts have increased access to livelihood opportunities through skills training and job placement and small business start-ups.
    Beneficiaries: 600 refugees and members of the host community

  Counter-trafficking and Protection of Vulnerable Migrants

  • Strengthening capacities to counter Trafficking in Persons (TiP) in the humanitarian response
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 955,755.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen prevention and protection to Victims of Trafficking (VoTs) at the onset of the emergency as well as throughout the response through assessment of trends, enhanced referral mechanism for VoTs, capacity development for border officials and civil society organizations and improved direct assistance to identified VoTs.
    Beneficiaries: 20,000 individuals
Ukraine Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Protection

  • Addressing human trafficking and provision of assistance to VoTs, inclduing internally displaced persons (IDPs) and other vulnerable population
    Amount Requested: USD 0.00 Amount Received: USD 409,161.00
    Objective:
    The project will assist GOU in support of counter trafficking efforts through implementing the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) and developing local capacity building to provide high quality assistance to VoTs including tose newly identified amoung IDPs.
    Beneficiaries: Government and civil society of Ukraine, victims of trafficking, at risk groups, including displaced  and affected population, local NGOs, National Referral Mechanism
  • Addressing human trafficking and provision of assistance to VoTs, inclduing internally displaced persons (IDPs) and other vulnerable population
    Amount Requested: USD 2,489,212.00 Amount Received: USD 2,489,212.00
    Objective:
    The project will reinforce regional approach to combatting trafficking in human beings (THB), strengthening cooperation and dialogue between governments and civil society in Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova and Georgia through regional exchange of knowledge, experience and best practices. The regional approach will compliment national efforts of each country to improve response to THB and protection of trafficking survivors.
    Beneficiaries: Government and civil society of Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova and Belarus, at risk groups, including displaced  and affected population, local NGOs, National Referral Mechanism

  Health Support

  • Improving Access to Basic Health Care Services for IDPs and Conflict-Affected Populations
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 3,000.00
    Objective:
    Increase access to basic health care for IDPs and conflict-affected communities close to the contact line through mobile health clinics, provide specialized medical equipment in primary healthcare facilities and strengthen community awareness on prevention of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis including stronger health-seeking behaviours.
    Beneficiaries: 50,000 IDPs and members of the host community

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Enhance Economic Recovery and Investment in Local Businesses
    Amount Requested: USD 5,600,000.00 Amount Received: USD 3,933,160.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to providing IDPs and host community members with opportunities to initiate new or expand existing livelihoods activities by linking technical training and business counselling support with grants for self-employment start-ups, micro-business initiatives and scaling-up of existing businesses as well as undertaking research for the feasibility of micro-credit schemes to increase access to credit for IDPs.
    Beneficiaries: 70,000 IDPs and members of the host community
  • National Monitoring System (NMS) of Ukraine
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 386,290.00
    Objective:
    To assess the situation of IDP and returnee households through conducting surveys in all regions of Ukraine and specifically within Eastern Ukraine and on the contact line. The NMS gathers information on the challenges faced by IDPs and returnees and provides strategic information to the Government of Ukraine and humanitarian and development community to design planned interventions.
    Beneficiaries: Government of Ukraine and humanitarian and development community
  • Rehabilitation of Critical and Social Infrastructure
    Amount Requested: USD 6,400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 124,548.00
    Objective:
    To carry out rehabilitation of critical and social infrastructure, including but not limited to healthcare facilities, geriatric centres, schools, community centres. The rehabilitation will contribute towards recovery in conflict-affected communities and generate employment among the vulnerable population through their engagement in difference employment generation schemes.
    Beneficiaries: 65,000 IDPs and members of host communities
  • Support to Improve Services at the Checkpoints Along the Contact Line
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 857,764.00
    Objective:
    To improve conditions for, and safety of, civilians at the line crossing points on the GCA side. IOM will support the State Border Guard Services (SBGS) to improve their operational capacity through the provision of necessary equipment and enhance knowledge on counter-trafficking in human beings, anti-corruption, (humanitarian) border management and dialogue.
    Beneficiaries: 500 government official working in checkpoints along the contact line

  (Re)integration Assistance

  • Engaging Demobilized Participants of the Eastern Conflict in Socio-Economic Reintegration Initiatives
    Amount Requested: USD 3,600,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    To contribute to supporting the socio-economic reintegration of veterans through a comprehensive set of activities, including profiling, data management and provision of economic and psychosocial assistance to support veterans and their families transition to civilian life.
    Beneficiaries: 11,000 demobilized participants of the Eastern conflict and their families
Guinea Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Shelter and Non-food Items
    Amount Requested: USD 850,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project will focus on different scenarios of risks and vulnerabilities to help mitigate the impact of natural and man-made disasters in certain high risks zones in Guinea. IOM will deliver trainings to build the capacity of some 500 managers/leaders of the Local Emergency Committee to organize shelters/collective centers and the improvement of public buildings (some targeted schools and health centers) in the high risk zones particularly at the border regions.  The proposed areas are Boke, Siguiri, Boffa, N`zerekore and Conakry where floods and landslides are frequent leading to displacement of persons. Stock for contingency purposes will also be prepositioned.
    Beneficiaries: 2,000 individuals (1,100 females and 900 males); 5 prefectures

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Improving the Living Environment for communities affected by the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) and support the voluntary return of migrants
    Amount Requested: USD 3,200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to the long-term support, recovery and resilience of the affected communities, including the improvement of their healthcare, water and sanitation systems as well as work with beneficiaries in providing income generating activities which will help in their sustainable re-integration into the society. IOM will implement a package of programming to address the socio-economic dimension of the EVD crisis by putting the most affected individuals and communities back on track through protection, livelihoods, community infrastructure, and economic recovery projects. Proposed areas are Nzerekore, Kankan, Kindia, Mamou, Forecariah, Boke and Conakry zones where most families are affected.
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 individuals in 300 communities (3,000 females, 2,000 males, and children)
Ethiopia Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Health Support

  • Health Assistance and Psychosocial Support
    Amount Requested: USD 360,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Most of the Ethiopian migrants returning home were detained prior to their return to Ethiopia. As a result, returnees often arrive in Ethiopia with urgent needs for lifesaving medical assistance as well as psychosocial and psychological support. The returnees have not only faced physical ailments but most of them are also suffering from psychological distress and anxiety, which at times reach toxic levels. A few returnees suffer from more severe conditions, including psychotic episodes and post-traumatic reactions. In 2018, IOM will continue to offer post-arrival medical screening, psychological counselling, on-site treatment as well as referral assistance for critical cases to various hospitals in Addis Ababa.
    Beneficiaries: 9,600 most vulnerable returnees (including unaccompanied and separated migrant children (USMC), persons with disabilities, persons with serious health conditions, pregnant and lactating women as well as victims of trafficking (VoTs))

  (Re)integration Assistance

  • Community- Based Reintegration
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM aims to implement community activities in 30 kebeles across different regions of Ethiopia located in woredas with high numbers of returnees from KSA. The degree of success of individual reintegration often highly depends on the active engagement of families and communities in local development initiatives that complement and support the reintegration of returnees. To complement individual economic assistance and promote social integration, interventions will focus on community members and will include the following: i) investments in key value chains such as agriculture, fisheries, transportation or trade will be explored; and ii) fostering a participatory approach in the reintegration process, where families and communities are involved and their specific needs and concerns addressed.
    Beneficiaries: 2,000 beneficiaries
  • Individual-Based Reintegration Support
    Amount Requested: USD 10,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Ethiopian migrants continue to move to KSA in an irregular manner in the face of hardships in their country of origin. In order to address this cycle of migration, provision of individual reintegration packages for those returning from KSA returnees should be given high priority, with a focus on addressing the root causes of irregular migration. Such assistance will not only support reintegration but will also reduce the risk of unsafe re-migration as well as vulnerability to trafficking. Assistance under this component will benefit from IOM's recent EU Trust Fund-supported efforts to establish/strengthen systems that promote a new holistic and sustainable reintegration approach whereby reintegration is conceived in its individual, but also community-based and capacity building dimensions. These newly-established systems aim to reach out to the grassroots level and foster a partnership approach to reintegration support, particularly among government, civil society and community actors. These approaches will be, in close collaboration with the GoE, formalized/institutionalized through the development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) on the provision of return and reintegration support. IOM's reintegration support will comprise: i) Provision of individualized reintegration packages that will facilitate access to microfinance, business skills training, job placement services, tools to establish small businesses and linkages with technical and vocational training via partnerships as well as, empower and protect migrants returning from KSA; ii) establishment of linkages with existing economic empowerment programmes provided by the government and other United Nations entities and NGOs. This will support the reintegration of returnees and improve their livelihoods while also economically benefitting receiving communities.
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 returnees

  Transportation Assistance for Affected Populations

  • Transit Assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 5,410,000.00 Amount Received: USD 520,000.00
    Objective:
    Many of the returnees from KSA return to Ethiopia empty-handed with very few personal items and possessions, the majority have experienced detention in KSA. They usually arrive exhausted, dehydrated and weak without immediate plan or accommodation arrangements. In order to safeguard their health, security and dignity, the following support is required: i) continuation of post-arrival reception assistance at the airport, including profiling and registration of returnees; ii) overnight accommodation services at the Transit Centre (TC); iii) food and water and access to WASH facilities at the TC; iv) Local transportation assistance (airport to TC, TC to local bus stations, etc.); v) provision of NFIs such as shoes, bars of soap, blankets, dignity kits, diapers and infant care products based on needs; and vi) provision of onward transportation assistance in the form of cash grants for the most vulnerable returnees to return to their respective areas of origin.
    Beneficiaries: 22,000 vulnerable returnees from KSA

  Counter-Trafficking and Protection of Vulnerable Migrants

  • Capacity Building
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Managing human mobility in an orderly and safe manner benefits migrants and communities and countries of both origin and destination. IOM has identified 30 woredas (districts) that face high levels of human trafficking. In these locations, IOM will improve counter trafficking capacities and will strengthen the local legislative and criminal justice ability to effectively prosecute traffickers and adjudicate cases. Moreover, the project will work to improve identification, referral, protection and assistance services to victims of trafficking. Activities will include: i) capacity building and facilitation of technical cooperation between woredas where high rates of outward irregular migration and risk of trafficking in persons have been overserved. To that end, IOM will produce awareness materials, implement campaigns and share information with a special focus on women and children vulnerable to sexual and labor exploitation; and ii) IOM will also enhance and increase efforts to protect VoTs in particularly affected woredas.
    Beneficiaries: 30 woredas; 1,000 returnees
  • Protection
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD
    Objective:
    Evidence indicates that many Ethiopians returning from KSA have suffered from violence, abuse or other rights violations, including detention, labour exploitation and, in some cases, TiP. As part of its mandate to protect vulnerable migrants and promote safe migration, IOM, along with partner shelter NGOs, will provide immediate and tailored assistance to vulnerable returnees, most of whom VoTs, USMC, migrants with serious medical conditions or single mothers who are returning from KSA through its transit centre. Depending on individually-assessed needs, services will include the following: i) Family Tracing and Reunification (FTR) for USMC; ii) Food, water and access to WASH facilities; iii) NFIs based on needs; iv) Temporary shelter; v) Physical and mental healthcare; vi) Life and coping skills training; vii) Informal education, skills development and training; and viii) Awareness raising on safe migration practices.
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 most vulnerable returnees
Regional Refugee & Resilience Plan in Response to the Syria Crisis
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Education

  • Language programs
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Deliver Turkish language programmes including through Public Education Centers for 400 Syrian children and 3,600 Syrian Adult refugees.
    Beneficiaries: 400 Syrian children and 3,600 Syrian Adult refugees
  • Provision of School Transportation to access formal education for Syrian Students in Azraq Camp, for the Academic Year 2018-2019
    Amount Requested: USD 1,300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project facilitates access to education for Syrian students by providing transportation to Syrian refugees inside Azraq refugee camp. This project also provides transportation to Syrian teachers and provides an important cash-for-work opportunity for Syrian refugees in Azraq camp who work as escorts on school buses to address protection related issues.
    Beneficiaries: 9,000 Syrian refugees
  • School rehabilitation as community stabilization initiates
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Rehabilitation of 100 classrooms of Turkish schools that provide education to 7,500 Syrian refugees and host community students as part of community stabilization initiatives.
    Beneficiaries: 7,500 Syrian refugees and host community
  • Transportation of children to schools
    Amount Requested: USD 7,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of transportation assistance to access schools in urban areas to 20,000 Syrian refugees children living outside camps.
    Beneficiaries: 20,000 Syrian refugees children living outside camps

  Food Security

  • Agribusiness training
    Amount Requested: USD 910,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of agribusiness training to refugee and host community farmers, benefitting 5,000 refugees and host community members.
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 refugees and host community members
  • Micro and community gardening initiatives
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support for 240 refugee and host community members in developing of micro and community gardening initiatives to increase household food production as part of the community stabilization activities and to supplement food intake.
    Beneficiaries: 240 refugee and host community members

  Health

  • Health Education/Awareness Sessions
    Amount Requested: USD 250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Financial subsidies and health promotion provided to targeted populations for improved access to a comprehensive PHC package.
    Beneficiaries: 10,000 displaced Syrians, Lebanese returnees and Lebanese host communities
  • Medical commodities to healthcare facilities
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of medical commodities and supplies to 3 healthcare facilities as and when requested by the Ministry of Health for 5,000 Syrian refugees.
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 Syrian refugees
  • Medical Health Support
    Amount Requested: USD 1,420,000.00 Amount Received: USD 150,000.00
    Objective:
    Provide chronic disease medication, acute disease medication, medical supplies and reproductive health (RH) commodities, routine vaccinations, and diagnostic services at primary healthcare (PHC) level.
    Beneficiaries: 40,000 displaced Syrians, Lebanese Returnees and Lebanese host communities
  • Transportation from camps to health facilities in Adiyaman camp
    Amount Requested: USD 220,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of transportation services for 10,000 Syrian refugees living in Adiyaman camp to access health facilities outside the camp.
    Beneficiaries: 10,000 Syrian refugees living in Adiyaman camp

  Protection

  • Awareness raising and capacity building on Counter-Trafficking (CT)
    Amount Requested: USD 560,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Conducting awareness-raising campaign on human trafficking for 5,500 Syrians living outside the camps and capacity building training for services providers working with Syrians outside the camps.
    Beneficiaries: 5,500 Syrians living outside the camps
  • Capacity Building Support
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Strengthen the capacities of national systems and actors to address SGBV.
    Beneficiaries: 450 staff from local institutions
  • Case management support for vulnerable identified and referred cases
    Amount Requested: USD 1,450,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of individual tailored support for 4,000 vulnerable refugees identified by IOM team and referred by NGOs and UN agencies.
    Beneficiaries: 4,000 vulnerable refugees
  • Certificate programme on psychosocial assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support Certificate program on psychosocial assistance in collaboration with Turkish University for 35 Syrian refugees and members of host communities.
    Beneficiaries: 20,000 refugees and host communities
  • Community-Based Protection
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of community-based protection services through mobile outreach teams who will provide psychosocial support, awareness raising, social counselling and case management for 25,000 Syrian Refugees focusing on rural areas.
    Beneficiaries: 25,000 Syrian Refugees focusing on rural areas
  • Enhancing the Capacity of the Jordanian Authorities through Targeted Infrastructure Support at their North-Eastern Border with Syria
    Amount Requested: USD 2,600,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,000,000.00
    Objective:
    Support the Government of Jordan in enhancing security in border operations with Syria through tailored capacity building activities, improving living conditions of border staff and preparedness for responding to public health emergencies. The project will also improve the working environment at the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates through upgrading the infrastructure at their consular affairs section. In addition, the project will enhance emergency health care preparedness of the Jordanian border authorities and medically equip the Royal Medical Services.
    Beneficiaries: 200,000 individuals (Direct beneficiaries: Jordanian authorities-Border Guards, Royal Medical Services, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates). Indirect beneficiaries: Jordanian communities
  • Enhancing the protection mechanism against human trafficking for Syrians and vulnerable Jordanians
    Amount Requested: USD 800,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The protection measures to protect Syrians and Jordanians from the crime of human trafficking will be enhanced through the capacity building of front-line staff; direct assistance to victims of trafficking and potential victims of trafficking; and the assessment of the current situation regarding the protection against human trafficking.
    Beneficiaries: 660 Syrian refugees and Jordanians
  • Humanitarian Border Management
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,000,000.00
    Objective:
    Equipment, staffing, training and technical guidance for border crossing points, staff and public officials, in order to engage with and support persons displaced from Syria.
    Beneficiaries: 150,000 displaced Syrians, host communities and Lebanese returnees
  • Integrated Services to Refugees and Migrants and Promoting Social Cohesion in Host Communities
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 580,000.00
    Objective:
    Support municipalities in providing integrated services to 15,000 refugees and migrants and promoting social cohesion in host communities.
    Beneficiaries: 15,000 refugees and migrants
  • Lebanese Returnees Registration
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Continue to support the Government of Lebanon (GoL) in registering and profiling 22,500 vulnerable Lebanese returnees from Syria to include unreached or newly arriving returnees.
    Beneficiaries: 22,500 Lebanese returnees
  • Provision of quick impact projects
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support for Quick impact projects aimed at providing community stabilization and cohesion between the Syrian refugee population and host communities targeting up to 5,000 Syrian refugees and host community members.
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 Syrian refugees and host community members
  • Service Provision Through Community Centers
    Amount Requested: USD 230,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,000,000.00
    Objective:
    Psycho-social services, recreational activities, protection services, counselling on services, outreach offered through Community Development Centers, and mobile PSS teams targeted support services provided to persons with specific needs.
    Beneficiaries: 10,000 displaced Syrians, Lebanese returnees and host communities
  • Support for community centres established by NGOs
    Amount Requested: USD 4,750,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support existing or new community centres providing multiple services, including legal aid, vocational training and community activities, targeting 100,000 Syrian refugees.
    Beneficiaries: 100,000 Syrian refugees
  • Transportation and reception assistance for Syrian refugees
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Transportation of Syrian refugees within Jordan including to and from the camps, registration centers, and other locations within Jordan.
    Beneficiaries: 70,000 Syrian refugees

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Fuel vouchers and non-food items distributions
    Amount Requested: USD 1,240,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Syrian Refugees have access to sufficient fuel and basic NFIs to cover their winterization needs.
    Beneficiaries: 4,000 vulnerable households

  Health and Nutrition

  • Enhancing Tuberculosis (TB) and HIV Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment among Syrian Refugees and Migrants in Jordan
    Amount Requested: USD 1,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,340,169.00
    Objective:
    Support the Jordanian Ministry of Health (MOH) with tuberculosis and HIV awareness campaigns and early detection, diagnosis and treatment among Syrian refugees, migrants and host communities. IOM also supports the MOH with medications, TB and HIV diagnostic equipment and laboratory consumables.
    Beneficiaries: 295,000 Syrian refugees, migrants and host communities

  Transport Assistance for Affected Populations

  • Facilitating student transport to schools
    Amount Requested: USD 121,200.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Increase access to education for crisis-affected students who have no other way of reaching schools.
    Beneficiaries: 270 students

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Expanding Livelihoods and Resilience of Syrian Refugees and Host Communities
    Amount Requested: USD 2,388,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Improve economic opportunities for affected populations of Syrian Refugees and host community members and improve their employability with marketable skills.
    Beneficiaries: 1,020 refugees and host community members

  Basic Needs

  • Emergency NFIs assistance to Syrians at the Northern Borders
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide olive pit bricks for fuel and other NFIs for Syrian population at the Northern borders or at any other informal tented settlement.
    Beneficiaries: 45,000 Syrian refugees
  • Emergency non-food items
    Amount Requested: USD 660,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of emergency non-food items and other identified basic needs for 30,000 new comers or those in urgent need of in-kind support.
    Beneficiaries: 30,000 new comers or those in urgent need of in-kind support
  • In-kind Winter NFI Assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 60,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Distribution of blankets and other in-kind assistance to reduce the effects of seasonal hazards on vulnerable households.
    Beneficiaries: 4,000 displaced Syrians and Lebanese returnees
  • Multi-purpose cash assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 10,800,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of multi-purpose cash assistance for 90,000 extremely vulnerable households living in rural areas.
    Beneficiaries: 90,000 extremely vulnerable households living in rural areas
  • Multipurpose Cash Assistance Grants
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Cash grants in support of populations affected by seasonal hazards and emergencies provided.
    Beneficiaries: 2,170 displaced Syrians, Lebanese returnees and host communities
  • One-time specialized cash assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 7,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of onetime cash assistance for 150,000 of the most vulnerable and potential new arrivals living outside of camps to purchase NFIs, winterization items and other basic goods.
    Beneficiaries: 150,000 most vulnerable refugees
  • Shelter Rehabilitation and rental assistance
    Amount Requested: USD 2,800,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Shelter rehabilitation for 12,500 vulnerable refugees living in poor housing in and around South East Turkey, and provision of rental assistance for extremely vulnerable households.
    Beneficiaries: 12,500 vulnerable refugees
  • Transportation between camps and to markets
    Amount Requested: USD 750,000.00 Amount Received: USD 70,000.00
    Objective:
    Provision of transportation assistance from Adiyaman camp to access markets and between camps to 25,000 Syrian refugees living in camps, based on space availability.
    Beneficiaries: 25,000 Syrian refugees
  • Winter Cash Grants
    Amount Requested: USD 340,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of winterization cash grants via debit cards to allow vulnerable Lebanese returnees from Syria and Syrian refugees to better prepare for cold months through purchasing fuel for heating and other basic inter-related needs.
    Beneficiaries: 1,400 displaced Syrians and Lebanese returnees

  Livelihoods and Social Cohesion

  • Cash-for-Work through community stabilization activities
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of Cash-for Work through community stabilization activities for 1,000 Syrian refugees and host community.
    Beneficiaries: 1,000 Syrian refugees and host community
  • Enhance the links between trained Syrians and Jordanians and companies offering job opportunities
    Amount Requested: USD 260,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Syrians and Jordanians will be engaged in a vocational training program and then connected with job opportunities through a network of employers created through the project. The project will provide incentives to companies who employ both refugees and vulnerable Jordanians.
    Beneficiaries: 40 Syrian Refugees and Jordanians
  • Entrepreneurship training and grants
    Amount Requested: USD 1,250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provision of entrepreneurship training and grants to Turkish-Syrian start-ups targeting 500 Syrian refugees.
    Beneficiaries: 500 Syrian refugees
  • Joint assessment with other UN agencies on livelihood intervention
    Amount Requested: USD 100,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Participation in joint assessments carried out in urban and rural settings focusing on main hosting areas Syrian refugees living outside camps.
  • Provision of in-kind grants
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 350,000.00
    Objective:
    Provision of in kind grants for 2,000 refugee and host community members to undertake income generating activities.
    Beneficiaries: 2,000 refugee and host community members
  • Support civil society organizations working on livelihoods in locations highly affected by the Syria crisis in Jordan
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    This project will focus on supporting two identified local civil society organizations to build their capacity in designing and implementing livelihoods programs. The intervention aims at ensuring the continuity of livelihoods programs in Jordan by reinforcing the skills of the staff and the financial capacity of the NGOs.
    Beneficiaries: 2 Jordanian NGOs and 150 Jordanians
  • Support the government at a municipality level in successfully implementing the Jordan Compact
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project will focus on supporting a municipality with high unemployment rates due to the impact of the Syria crisis. The capacity of the municipality to implement and monitor livelihoods programs related to the Jordan Compact will be reinforced through the enhancement of the skills of the government and the improvement of facilities and equipment. The final aim is to ensure the continuity of livelihoods programs in Jordan.
    Beneficiaries: 150 Jordanians and 1 municipality
  • Sustainable Labor Market Inclusion
    Amount Requested: USD 6,300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,098,765.00
    Objective:
    Support sustainable labour market inclusion of Syrians under Temporary Protection in Turkey including job placement for 1,200 Syrian refugees.
    Beneficiaries: 1,200 Syrian Refugees

  Livelihoods

  • Apprenticeships and Career Guidance
    Amount Requested: USD 350,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Offer career guidance, job matching and apprentice/internship schemes to job seekers.
    Beneficiaries: 4,000 displaced Syrians, Lebanese returnees and host communities
  • Rapid Income Generating Activities
    Amount Requested: USD 350,000.00 Amount Received: USD 50,000.00
    Objective:
    Job creation fostered in vulnerable areas through labor-intensive investments in productive public infrastructure and environmental assets.
    Beneficiaries: 2,500 beneficiaries from displaced Syrians, Lebanese returnees and host communities
  • Skill Based Trainings
    Amount Requested: USD 300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Vulnerable people provided with vocational and skills trainings based on market demand and supply.
    Beneficiaries: 1,500 beneficiaries from displaced Syrians, Lebanese returnees and host communities

  Social Cohesion

  • Capacity Support to Municipalities
    Amount Requested: USD 2,400,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Capacity support to Municipalities and National governments institutions for dialogue and conflict prevention and to support local crisis response.
    Beneficiaries: 20,000 participants from displaced Syrians, Lebanese returnees and host communities
  • Community Support Projects
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Implement community support projects to address short term needs identified through participatory processes to reduce tensions and support the delivery of municipal services.
    Beneficiaries: 40,000 host communities, Lebanese returnees and displaced Syrians
  • Media Initiative to Defuse Tension
    Amount Requested: USD 100,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Capacity building, training/sensitization of local authorities and civil society on how to meaningfully engage with the media, to promote objective and positive reporting. Training of media personnel on fact-checking and transparent reporting.
    Beneficiaries: 300 staff from national, local and social media institutions
  • Youth Initiatives
    Amount Requested: USD 2,500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Implement youth initiatives (summer camp, artistic activities, peacebuilding clubs, community campaigns etc.) to promote active involvement of youth in local communities, in coordination with local municipalities/institutions.
    Beneficiaries: 5,000 participants from displaced Syrians, Lebanese returnees and host communities
Bangladesh Humanitarian Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Health

  • Providing Life-Saving Emergency Health Services to Newly Arrived Rohingyas and Vulnerable Host Communities in Cox's Bazar
    Amount Requested: USD 17,792,307.00 Amount Received: USD 11,333,546.00
    Objective:
    The objective is to improve access to lifesaving and comprehensive primary and secondary health services for crisis-affected populations by providing reproductive, maternal, neonatal, and adolescent health care to reduce morbidity and mortality, while ensuring the prevention of, and response to disease outbreaks and other health emergencies. IOM will continue to scale up the overall quality of health services in newly populated zones in the mega settlements and other spontaneous settlements as well as in the host communities. IOM also intends to enhance access to comprehensive reproductive services through integration with primary health care. Additionally, IOM will continue working with health partners on outbreak prevention and response, capacity building, health information management, and emergency referral and support systems. Finally, IOM will continue to expand the Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) programme to reach all IOM Areas of Responsibility with comprehensive services in coordination with Health and Protection units.
    Beneficiaries: 771,819 Rohingya refugees and Host Community Members

  Protection

  • Improving the Living Conditions and Psychosocial Well-Being of Vulnerable Women, Men, Girls, and Boys among Rohingya and Host Communities in Bangladesh
    Amount Requested: USD 3,965,503.00 Amount Received: USD 4,318,288.00
    Objective:
    The objective of IOM's protection activities is to monitor and advocate for access to territory, prevention of refoulment and promotion and respect for refugees' rights. This will be accomplished by promoting a community-based approach to the response and providing protection services to persons at heightened risk. Activities will encompass enhancing the access and the quality of response and prevention services for individuals at-risk of GBV, in addition to quality child protection services and Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) for girls and boys. As part of the protection activities, IOM will identify and support refugees at heightened risk as well as Victims of Trafficking (VoTs) through services such as case management, safe shelter, and referrals. IOM will also raise awareness in GBV and community-based protection mechanisms. Unaccompanied and separated children, children with disabilities, children affected by violence, abuse, neglect, or exploitation will be identified, documented and benefit from case management services. IOM will also continue to advocate for the mainstreaming of protection principles.
    Beneficiaries: 116,464 Rohingya refugees and Host Community Members

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Shelter/NFI and Fuel Source Pipeline with Shelter Upgrade/DRR support and durable shelter solutions
    Amount Requested: USD 29,933,000.00 Amount Received: USD 23,182,108.00
    Objective:
    The objective of IOM's shelter/NFI activities is to provide lifesaving emergency shelter and NFIs to refugees or households affected by natural disasters or other shocks, as well as to improve the living conditions of target populations by contributing to reduced suffering, and enhancing overall protection, dignity, and safety of affected populations in Cox's Bazar. IOM, as the Sector Lead Agency in charge of the Common Pipeline Program, will continue to provide Shelter and NFI supplies, through the distribution of Upgrade Shelter Kits (USK). The USKs are comprised of tarpaulins, bamboo, sand bags, wires, ropes, nails, and a variety of household and neighborhood toolkits. Household trainings in disaster risk reduction and shelter upgrading will continue to divert disaster risks and to improve living conditions in the settlements. Additionally, extremely vulnerable households that require specific protection assistance will benefit from the durable shelter program, while households in host communities will benefit from Cash for Work (CfW) initiatives focused on household-level site improvement works such as soil stabilization, slope protection, and drainage improvements.
    Beneficiaries: 600,000 Rohingya refugees

  Disaster Risk Reduction

  • Enhancing the resilience capacities and environmental conditions of Host Communities surrounding the refugee population in Cox's Bazar
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 5,073,436.00
    Objective:
    The objective of DRR activities is to enhance the risk reduction, emergency preparedness and response capacities of Bangladeshi host communities and supporting the local government in Cox's Bazar District to build resilience against natural hazards. Activities will include: stakeholder mapping and capacity assessment of relevant government institutions responsible for disaster risk management within Cox's Bazar from the district level down to the union level, including existing volunteer groups; capacity development of Disaster Management institutions and other government offices and departments through provision of human resources, infrastructure and training to support the capacity development of host populations in disaster risk management through the provision of tools, equipment  and training support; building school disaster management committees in Teknaf and Ukhia Upazila jointly with relevant government actors; and initiating environmental conservation activities and engaging relevant stakeholders.
    Beneficiaries: 219,950 Host Community Members

  Site Management

  • Improving Living Conditions of Refugees Living in Camp and Camp-Like Settings through Effective Site Management
    Amount Requested: USD 18,190,000.00 Amount Received: USD 7,175,687.00
    Objective:
    The site management objectives are to enhance equitable access of refugees to relevant services and protection, based on locally agreed standards, ensuring refugees and host communities are informed and engaged through representative community participation, and to support informed humanitarian decision-making and prioritization of gaps across vulnerable groups and geographic areas. IOM will continue to provide Site Management Support (SMS) to the Refugee Relief and Repatriation Commissioner (RRRC), the army, and other relevant national authorities such as district and sub-district representatives. This assistance will ensure effective SMS is delivered in 10 of the camps in Kutupalong Balukhali Extension (KBE) and the six settlements/surrounding host communities to provide protection and assistance to 502,276 Rohingya. Other activities will include decongestion, relocation of vulnerable households in critical natural disaster areas, and rearrangement or insertion of communal facilities as per identified gaps in critical service provision; bolstering a camp complaint-response mechanism; and further strengthening community engagement.
    Beneficiaries: 502,276 Rohingya refugees

  Coordination

  • Coordination of the Rohingya crisis response - ISCG/SEG Secretariat and Field Coordination Hubs
    Amount Requested: USD 4,669,586.00 Amount Received: USD 2,090,502.00
    Objective:
    The coordination objectives are to ensure an effective humanitarian response through strengthened inter-sector coordination at strategic and operational levels as well as strengthened information management; reinforcement of the humanitarian community's ability to conduct humanitarian response through the establishment and maintenance of humanitarian hubs; and to ensure effective advocacy and resource mobilization in support of the collective humanitarian response, including national and local partners. The ISCG Secretariat will consist of External Relations, Analysis and Planning, Situation and Coordination Units, as well as support to the Strategic Executive Group, Heads of Sub-Offices Group (HoSOG) and the ISCG's efforts in decision-making on operations, key policy issues, and security challenges. The ISCG will ensure cross-cutting and thematic issues are properly addressed and coordinated across the response, including gender, age, disability, environmental sustainability, cash, and engagement with affected communities, and will scale up advocacy initiatives and resource mobilization efforts in support of the Rohingya refugee crisis.
    Beneficiaries: 150 organizations

  Livelihoods

  • Self-Reliance and Livelihood Support for Rohingya Refugees and Host Communities
    Amount Requested: USD 5,980,000.00 Amount Received: USD 3,802,167.00
    Objective:
    The objective of livelihoods programming is to strengthen, enhance, and support the livelihoods of host communities, as well as promote resilience and empowerment opportunities for Rohingya refugees. IOM - in collaboration with FAO and other partners - will continue to roll out activities providing livelihood support to host communities via marketing and supply chain inclusion; support to farming and fishing groups, and support to livestock activities. Support will also be provided to build resilience in the Rohingya population through the provision of language skills, vocational, and entrepreneurship training; life-skills training; and by conducting assessments to understand how to best include vulnerable groups, including women and youth, in self-reliance activities. Finally, activities will include vocational training on reforestation technology and management of land stabilization in addition to the establishment of a tree nursery in collaboration with the Forestry Department of Bangladesh.
    Beneficiaries: 91,225 Host Community Members

  Quick Impact Projects

  • Quick Impact Projects (QIPs)
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 693,231.00
    Objective:
    The objective of QIPs is to improve host community services and infrastructure to reduce tensions emerging from overcrowding and overstraining of resources due to the increase in the area's population and enhance equitable access of host communities and refugees to relevant services through active participation and engagement, fostering cohesion among both communities. QIPs will be jointly identified and prioritized through existing governance structures, from the Upazila to union and para level, including development committees; composed of elected members, with equitable representation of female representatives, host communities and refugee participants. Activities will revolve around small-scale rehabilitation and Disaster Risk Reduction works focused on the restoration, upgradation, and expansion of existing infrastructure such as clinics, schools, roads, markets, sports facilities, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and solid waste management services, cultural centres, and community halls. These activities will be implemented using the Cash-for-Work (CfW) mechanism benefitting both refugees and host communities.
    Beneficiaries: 252,994 Host Community Members

  Needs And Population Monitoring

  • Needs and Population Monitoring (NPM)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,494,189.00 Amount Received: USD 1,216,762.00
    Objective:
    The objective is to enhance equitable access of refugees to relevant services and protection, based on locally agreed standards, ensuring refugees and host communities are informed and engaged through representative community participation and support informed humanitarian decision-making and prioritization of gaps and needs across vulnerable groups and geographical areas. Activities will include a projected five rounds of bi-monthly NPM site assessments, covering all locations hosting Rohingya refugees. Regular updates of site profiles will be provided together with data from key indicators, updated imagery of displacement sites, information management and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) support and targeted surveys to fill information gaps regarding host community relations and perceptions. In addition, IOM will conduct ad hoc rapid needs assessments in the case of emergencies or specific events. Finally, IOM's partnership with ACAPS will continue to provide additional analysis, linking together NPM findings with any other qualitative and quantitative needs assessments carried out.
    Beneficiaries: 900,377 Rohingya refugees

  Accountability To Affected Populations

  • Enhancing CwC through increased feedback and outreach (Inter-Agency Collective project proposal for Community Engagement)
    Amount Requested: USD 1,250,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,966,189.00
    Objective:
    The objective of CwC activities is to mainstream all principles of accountability and community engagement across all IOM activities, to ensure all affected populations have access to information and to ensure that feedback and complaints mechanisms reach all members of the affected communities and are acted upon and resolved in a timely manner. Activities will include continued support to a humanitarian information service that provides a comprehensive and coordinated information-based response through radio networks, information hubs and drama groups via a Consortium comprised of BBC Media Action, Internews and Translators with Borders. Additionally, the development of an enhanced and scaled cross-sectoral community feedback/complaint and a rumor-tracking mechanism within affected communities will aid in supporting informed decision making and adjust specific responses at all levels. The CwC Working Group will also be supported to advocate for CwC inclusion across sectors and provide sectors with the technical advice and guidance needed to create cohesive communication and messaging to all affected populations.
    Beneficiaries: 900,000 Rohingya refugees

  Alternative Fuel

  • Alternative Cooking Fuel (LPG)
    Amount Requested: USD 13,204,250.00 Amount Received: USD 1,334,541.00
    Objective:
    The objective of this project is to increase access to alternative cooking fuel sources in the short, medium, and long-term, helping to curtail environmental degradation as well as restoring the productivity of already damaged forest and agricultural areas in the Cox's Bazar District. Through this joint UNHCR, FAO and WFP project, a total of 80,000 households, consisting of 75% refugee families and 25% families from adjacent host communities, will receive cooking kits. IOM will conduct trainings for each household on receipt of a cooking kit. Refugee households will receive a month-supply of liquid petroleum gas (LPG) through vouchers and service provision contracts, while host communities who received a cooking kit will receive income generation support and capital investment to enable them to purchase LPG refills. This project will address the urgent cooking fuel needs in Cox's Bazar, by introducing alternative clean cooking fuel and technology to reduce deforestation in and around the camps and improve livelihoods by rehabilitating the natural resource base that these communities are dependent on.
    Beneficiaries: 400,000 Rohingya refugees and Host Community Members

  Site Development and Site Maintenance Engineering

  • Rehabilitation, Construction and Maintenance of Refugee camps in Cox's Bazar sub-district
    Amount Requested: USD 49,810,000.00 Amount Received: USD 17,587,385.00
    Objective:
    The objective of site development programming is to improve physical site access and safety and ensure dignified living conditions for refugees and adjacent host communities, which includes reducing their vulnerability to natural hazards. Activities include camp-level development works such as: construction of community buildings; improvement to vehicular roads and pedestrian pathways; construction of pedestrian steps; construction of pedestrian bridges/crossings; slope protection; improvements to drainage; land demarcation, and preparation (clearing, levelling & compacting) to support household relocations and service provision; community based hazard mapping and demarcation; vegetation planting for soil and water conservation; and installation of solar street lights. Additionally, this project includes a Site Maintenance and Engineering Project Office (SMEP) comprising IOM, UNHCR, and WFP. The SMEP will undertake three main activities: clearing and strengthening primary drainage channels; maintaining vehicular access via maintenance, emergency repair and rehabilitation; and material supply and pre-positioning to facilitate a rapid response.
    Beneficiaries: 502,276 Rohingya refugees

  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

  • Improvement of WASH services for the most vulnerable populations in Ukhia and Teknaf Upazila of Cox's Bazar District, Bangladesh
    Amount Requested: USD 25,804,823.00 Amount Received: USD 9,149,864.00
    Objective:
    The overall objective IOM's WASH activities for the remainder of 2018 is to ensure effective, sufficient, and continuous provision of life-saving water and sanitation services. This objective will be supplemented by ensuring that all targeted girls, boys, women and men have the means and are encouraged to adopt individual and collective measures increasing health seeking behaviors to mitigate public health risks, and that all WASH assistance advocates for the protection, safety and dignity of targeted people as well as being provided equitably to girls, boys, women, and men. IOM activities under this project will focus on scaling up water supply activities, sanitation and waste management, hygiene promotion, and epidemic control. Additionally, with the upcoming monsoon season, IOM will also focus on pre-positioning of supplies and promotion of hygiene practices to mitigate potential disease outbreaks and endemics of Acute Watery Diarrhea (AWD).
    Beneficiaries: 332,040 Rohingya refugees and Host Community Members
Chad Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building

  • Climate-changed induced displacement management
    Amount Requested: USD 1,900,000.00 Amount Received: USD 75,000.00
    Objective:
    To increase the capacity of the Government and local authorities, as well as communities, to tackle climate change induced displacement and build resilience of communities living in the Lake Chad basin. To this end, IOM proposes to: i) develop a multidimensional risk and hazard profile for the Lake Chad basin through a consultative process; ii) establish a community-based early warning system, including work with the meteorological services; iii) support the establishment of disaster and climate change related policy development both regionally and nationally; and iv) support resilience building of shore- and island based communities to cope and respond to climate-change related changes to livelihood and living conditions.
    Beneficiaries: 400,000 individuals -total Lake Chad region (incl. 200,000 displaced persons)

  Psychosocial Support

  • Psychosocial Support to displaced population
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    In order to respond to the marginalization of the communities on the islands in the lake, more specifically islands in the south of the lake on the Chadian side, IOM proposes to work closely with the Chadian Red Cross to provide mobile psychosocial support to communities located on the islands. This support will include:  i) the training of peer responders  - community stakeholders, who can provide direct support to other community members; ii) specific counselling for GBV survivors through trained medical personal in partnership with the  University of Ndjamena; iii) the setting up of support groups specifically for women to provide a space for interaction between host communities and displaced population; and iv) provision of positive collective experiences for the communities through joint recreational activities, such as theatre, sports or other creative means for social engagement.
    Beneficiaries: 200,000 IDPs/returnees/conflict affected community members in Lake Chad region

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Community Stabilization in the Lake Chad region
    Amount Requested: USD 5,200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support ongoing peacebuilding efforts in the Lake Chad region through the fostering of social cohesion and support to the re-establishment of socio-economic infrastructure to contribute to the opening up of island communities in particular. Activities include: i) support to the rural development plan for the economic development of the Lake Chad region through community mapping exercises focused on islands of return; ii) support to national authorities for provision of identity documentation; iii) community-based development through community grant provision; iv) facilitation of positive collective experiences in communities; and v) creation of dialogue fora in support of youth and women engagement.
    Beneficiaries: Islands in the Lake Chad region; 150,000 direct beneficiaries

  (Re)integration Assistance

  • Socio-economic integration of returnees
    Amount Requested: USD 4,300,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,095,000.00
    Objective:
    To support socio-economic reintegration of returnees from Libya, Central African Republic, Sudan and Nigeria, IOM supports: i) creation of semi-durable shelter in line with standards of host communities; ii) site creation and training of authorities and communities for community creation; iii) provision of socio-economic opportunities (training, apprenticeships, kits, provision of agricultural land); and iv) rehabilitation of public community infrastructure.
    Beneficiaries: Currently covered: 25,000 returnees in Kobiteye camp in the south, not covered: 200,000 IDPs/returnees in the lake region, returnees from Libya, returnees from Sudan, and newly arrived returnees in the south

  Counter-Trafficking and Protection of Vulnerable Migrants

  • Counter-Trafficking
    Amount Requested: USD 4,900,000.00 Amount Received: USD 75,000.00
    Objective:
    Contribute to ongoing efforts of provision and application of international counter-trafficking policies. Activities include: i) conduct study on the phenomenon of trafficking in Chad; ii) train and accompany the application of the Standard Operation Procedures for the referral of victims of trafficking between the justice, social and security sector; iii) facilitate communication campaign on risks of trafficking, and; iv) direct Assistance to victims of trafficking.
    Beneficiaries: Justice, security and social sector, 2,000 direct beneficiaries
  • Humanitarian Support to Stranded Migrants and Victims of Trafficking
    Amount Requested: USD 2,100,000.00 Amount Received: USD 50,000.00
    Objective:
    To provide immediate and life-saving measures to stranded migrants and victims of trafficking throughout Chad. Activities include:  i) ensure timely and adequate search and rescue operations in northern Chad; ii) provide humanitarian assistance in form of shelter, food, medical and psychosocial support to stranded migrants and victims of trafficking; iii) facilitate pre-departure counselling and voluntary ground and air transportation to country of origin; and iv) conduct communication campaign on risks of trafficking and irregular migration.
    Beneficiaries: 1,500 stranded migrants and victims of trafficking in 30 communities of 9 regions in northern Chad
Democratic Republic of the Congo Regional Refugee Response Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Health

  • Medical Support for Congolese Refugees
    Amount Requested: USD 1,011,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    The project will contribute to improving health care and decrease morbidity from communicable diseases and mental health and psychosocial distress for both refugees and host communities in Rwanda, and particularly women and children. Through capacity building of health staff in health centers and district hospitals, health staff will be better able to respond to the needs of the beneficiaries which will lead to improved mental care and a decrease of morbidity caused by communicable diseases. If hospitals are equipped with adequate materials, for example ultrasounds and incubators, they will be able to address the needs of the beneficiaries and improve maternal and child health outcomes. There are two outcomes: i) Improved ability of district hospitals to successfully respond to the needs of the refugees and the host community in relation to life-saving, infection prevention control and hygiene (in line with international health standards and regulation); ii) Improved ability of health providers to respond to mental health issues for refugees and host communities.
    Beneficiaries: 73,435 Congolese refugees residing in one of the five camps, their hosting communities and 13 health facilities in Rwanda

  Protection

  • Providing Life-Saving Transportation Assistance to Refugees in Tanzania (Congolese)
    Amount Requested: USD 2,290,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Support ongoing interventions within the overall refugee response in Tanzania, through the provision of safe and orderly transport support for Congolese refugees. Towards this end, IOM shall carry out the following activities: i) provision of refugee transport support, from border entry points to camps; ii) provision of refugee transport support, for inter-camp transfer movements; and iii) provision of pre-embarkation medical checks, towards ascertaining fitness to travel of refugees.
    Beneficiaries: 25,000 refugees
Mali Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Provide shelter to returnees and accommodation to IDPs in Mopti, Tombouctou, and Gao regions
    Amount Requested: USD 1,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide adequate housing conditions to returnees and IDPs in the affected areas. Activities will include: i)identification of beneficiaries selected from vulnerable families among the returnees and IDPs; ii) ensuring that land on which houses will be rehabilitated is not contentious and the land tenure is secure; iii) rehabilitation of damaged houses in the targeted areas for identified families; iv) train builders in various communities on house repairs; and v) provision of housing rentals to vulnerable IDPs still paying for accommodation to their host families; and provision of non-food items including cooking utensils, mosquito nets, bedspreads, buckets, and other necessary materials needed for everyday use.
    Beneficiaries: 500 IDPs, returnee and host community families (approx. 2,500 individuals)

  (Re)integration Assistance

  • Provide reintegration assistance to returnees to restart their lives
    Amount Requested: USD 1,200,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Provide income generating support to returnees in crisis-affected regions to rebuild their lives. Activities will include: i) identification of beneficiaries in coordination with local committees. Targeted beneficiaries will include returnees and members of communities of return; ii) identification of market-orientated income generating activities, based on market assessments; iii) establishing selection criteria of beneficiaries that will be transparent and participatory to avoid tensions among the population; iv) assessing the capacity and interest of beneficiaries to conduct selected activities to ensure success and sustainability; v) training the beneficiaries in business and financial management; and vi) regular monitoring and evaluation visits to ensure the activities are on track and difficulties are addressed.
    Beneficiaries: 500 families (incl. 400 returnee families and 100 host community families)
Niger Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Shelter and Non-food items

  • Humanitarian Assistance to affected population in Niger
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM aims to improve the living conditions of IDPs, returnees, refugees (outside of UNHCR camps) and host communities based on the vulnerability of these households in Niger through the provision of direct humanitarian assistance (emergency and transitional shelters as well as NFIs) and better-informed coordination.
    Beneficiaries: 1,000 individuals provided with emergency shelters in the Diffa region; 700 individuals provided with NFI kits; contingency stock of 1,500 emergency shelter and 1,000 NFI kits
  • Social Stability Assistance in Diffa region
    Amount Requested: USD 3,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    IOM aims to contribute to security and stability in Diffa region through the support of humanitarian assistance in identified sites via the implementation of transitional shelters; the strengthening of community cohesion through implementation of activities increasing livelihoods; and the contribution to a trust relationship among populations and authorities through peace/social cohesion trainings.
    Beneficiaries: 8,400 persons benefit from transitional shelters; 1,200 households receive income generating activity kits (startup kits), 100 persons of host community and displaced persons with vocational trainings; 100 community leaders

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Community Stabilization Initiatives in Northern Niger
    Amount Requested: USD 5,597,903.00 Amount Received: USD 4,938,272.00
    Objective:
    IOM aims to provide the Government of Niger and its citizens with a community stabilization project aimed to address multiple issues, including empowerment of local authorities, strengthening community cohesion and boosting integration and reintegration opportunities. The project will take a three-pronged approach to accomplish community stabilization programming, community engagement modalities and small infrastructure investment.
    Beneficiaries: 3,500 direct beneficiaries and 45,000 indirect beneficiaries in Agadez region, including Kawar area
  • Conflict Dissolution and Peacebuilding in the LCB Region (Chad, Niger and Cameroon)
    Amount Requested: USD 7,272,840.00 Amount Received: USD 1,100,000.00
    Objective:
    IOM aims to assist the Government of Niger in the Demobilization, Disassociation and Reconciliation of ex Boko Haram elements in Diffa region through support to the development of a national strategy and action plan, the profiling and screening of defectors, and the creation of reintegration opportunities for the victims and people associated to Boko Haram while contributing to the reconciliation process in Diffa region.
    Beneficiaries: 1,500 people under arrest for assumption of link with Boko haram; up to 500 Boko Haram defectors in Goudoumaria internment center; 20 communities
  • Migrants Rescue and Assistance in Agadez region - Phase II
    Amount Requested: USD 585,185.00 Amount Received: USD 585,185.00
    Objective:
    IOM aims to support the Government of Niger through the implementation of community stabilization activities in targeted villages along the migratory routes in Agadez region. In particular, the project will focus on the rehabilitation of key community infrastructures (i.e., water and electricity), cash for work activities and the overall reinforcement of community cohesion and dialogue between local authorities, communities and migrants.
    Beneficiaries: 500 persons benefiting from community stabilization initiatives; 20,000 persons directly or indirectly informed on regular migration and risks of irregular migration
  • Protection and durable solutions for migrants and refugees along the central Mediterranean route
    Amount Requested: USD 3,703,704.00 Amount Received: USD 3,703,704.00
    Objective:
    IOM aims to support local authorities to respond to the urgent needs of host communities and the impacts of migration flows, as well as to support community cohesion and cope with social tensions. As local communities in Northern Agadez mainly generate their income through economic activities related to the transit of migrants (accommodation, transportation, services to migrants), the project aims to provide jobs to local youth, promote regular activities in different economic sectors, and refurbish or rehabilitate small infrastructures using local labour force, resources, contractors.
    Beneficiaries: 45 community initiatives supported in Niger
Somalia Migration Crisis Operational Framework
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Activities to Support Community Stabilization and Transition

  • Enhancing Stability and Recovery in Fragile Areas
    Amount Requested: USD 5,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Based on an overarching goal, to contribute to peace and stability in Somalia, the specific objectives are as follows: a) Strengthen the government's accountability and responsiveness to the needs of its constituents; b) Address social exclusion and conflicts over unresolved clan disputes and land as principal drivers of instability; c) Support communities to drive their own recovery and development processes. Activities will include: i) Conduct inclusive community planning resulting in Community Action Plans; ii) Implement or refer identified prioritized activities which will increase absorption capacity and provide short term employment opportunities through a cash for work scheme; and iii) Hold cultural, arts and, sports events aimed at strengthening social cohesion.
    Beneficiaries: 100,000 individuals

  (Re)integration Assistance

  • Promoting Durable Solutions and Community Cohesion in Displacement-Affected Communities
    Amount Requested: USD 4,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 453,228.93
    Objective:
    Upholding the overall objective of durable solutions to gradually diminish "the needs and vulnerabilities of displacement affected communities, while strengthening their capacities, skills, and increasing their resilience, so that displaced persons can increasingly enjoy their human rights without discrimination based on their displacement". Activities include: i) Enable local administrations to lead and communities to drive solutions to displacement; ii) Enhance capacities to plan for urban expansion and upgrade settlements; iii) Strengthen institutions to coordinate and lead support for durable solutions; and iv) Create livelihood and employment opportunities through skills training, micro-entrepreneurship and public-private partnerships.
    Beneficiaries: 100,000 affected individuals
Venezuela Regional Action Plan
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Data Production and Dissemination

  • Data Production and Dissemination
    Amount Requested: USD 4,870,332.00 Amount Received: USD
    Objective:
    To reduce information gaps and provide solid basis for preparedness and response measures in impacted countries based on standardized and adapted versions of the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM). The DTM tools will capture more detailed data on vulnerability, case studies on risks of smuggling and trafficking in persons. Activities will include: i) Adapt the DTM toolbox to the regional flows; ii) Integrate in DTM vulnerability indicators, such as Gender Based Violence (GBV) and Trafficking in Persons (TIP) risks and other risks/factors associated with large scale Venezuelan migration; iii) Monitor trends of migrant smuggling and possibly emerging trafficking in persons, along the main migratory routes; and iv) Implement DTM rounds in transit and destination key areas following programmed or emerging data needs. The amount requested per IOM mission is as follows: Argentina (180.572); Brazil (321.000); Caribbean (188.469); Chile (227.273); Colombia (1.745.950); Costa Rica (166.016), Dominican Republic (219.190); Ecuador (295.609); Guyana (152.856); Mexico (193.576); Panama (237.514); Peru (255.255), Uruguay (0), Venezuela (0), RO Buenos Aires (367.678) and RO San Jose (319.374).

  Capacity and Coordination

  • Capacity and Coordination
    Amount Requested: USD 8,013,791.00 Amount Received: USD
    Objective:
    Promote a common approach and corresponding tools to assess capacity to manage large- scale migration capacity as a foundation for planning and programming at the regional level. activities will include: i) Produce an adaptable toolbox to assess national or local capacities to manage large scale migration in the border management documentation and regularization, health, education, housing, emergency response, inter-governmental coordination, employment and referral assistance; ii) Create or tailor Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) on border management documentation and regularization, health, employment and referral assistance; iii) Provide human resources or case processing equipment for migrant registration and document issuing; iv) Provide human resource or IT support for border management; v) Set up a technical secretariat for IOM-UNHCR coordination mechanisms at regional and national level; and vi) Adapt MigApp as a virtual hub for information integration and dissemination targeting Venezuelan migrants. The amount requested per IOM mission is as follows: Argentina (458.203); Brazil (321.000); Caribbean (393.958); Chile (224.138); Colombia (3.313.160); Costa Rica (264.117), Dominican Republic (31.313); Ecuador (509.104); Guyana (283.649); Mexico (105.862); Panama (574.631); Peru (419.752), Uruguay (87.049), Venezuela (528.402), RO Buenos Aires (328.361) and RO San Jose (171.093).

  Direct Assistance and Vulnerability

  • Direct Assistance and Vulnerability
    Amount Requested: USD 9,308,907.00 Amount Received: USD
    Objective:
    Reduce risks and vulnerabilities of Venezuelan and migrant women, men, boys, and girls through the provision of life-saving direct assistance. Activities will include: i) Support governments in setting up or improving Migrant Support Centres in critical receiving municipalities and border entry points; ii) Provide Migrant Support Centres (MSCs) with adequate information, materials and channels (including MigApp) to refer migrants to government and NGO sponsored labour and entrepreneurship services; iii) Provide temporary accommodation solutions in cases of high vulnerability; iv) Improve critical health and education infrastructure that expand the capacity to serve migrants in vulnerable situations; v) Provide non-food items to migrants in vulnerable situations responding to gender specific needs; and vi) Run awareness risk prevention campaigns in trafficking in persons, smuggling and irregular migration targeting migrants in vulnerable situations. The amount requested per IOM mission is as follows: Argentina (0); Brazil (2.354.000); Caribbean (362.441); Chile (235.110); Colombia (3.487.141); Costa Rica (338.070), Dominican Republic (62.626); Ecuador (381.007); Guyana (246.176); Mexico (105.862); Panama (559.690); Peru (389.972), Uruguay (0), Venezuela (0), RO Buenos Aires (513.064) and RO San Jose (273.749).

  Socio-Economic Integration

  •  Socio-Economic Integration
    Amount Requested: USD 9,968,231.00 Amount Received: USD
    Objective:
    Reduce pressures on receiving communities while improving living conditions of Venezuelan migrants in the region by providing initiatives for local socio-economic and cultural integration. Activities include: i) Connect migrants to financial inclusion programmes; ii) Sponsor Venezuelan migrants' access to labour training and labour intermediation services; iii) Support peer networks focused on economic and social integration (emphasis on social networks) and monitor labour standards; iv) Support the establishment of communications and coordination channels between the health sector and the migration authorities; v) Carry out and disseminate labour market studies that identify opportunities for sustainable participation in local labour markets for Venezuelan migrants; and vi) Design and present to host governments alternatives to streamline recognition of skills and qualifications of Venezuelan migrants. The amount requested per IOM mission is as followsArgentina (161.225); Brazil (428.000); Caribbean (55.154); Chile (313.480); Colombia (4.853.748); Costa Rica (481.825), Dominican Republic (836.052); Ecuador (853.981); Guyana (17.334); Mexico (260.118); Panama (628.263); Peru (879.211), Uruguay (62.965), Venezuela (0), RO Buenos Aires (0) and RO San Jose (136.875).

  Evaluation

  • Evaluation
    Amount Requested: USD 164,780.00 Amount Received: USD 0.00
    Objective:
    Evaluation activities for this project will focus on fostering learning and adaptation in a multi-partner setting and will follow the guidance and recommendation of the United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG) and IOM’ M&E Policy for their design and roll out. IOM proposes to prioritize key points under each evaluation criteria: i) questions related to the relevance of the project need to direct the attention towards a review of the Theory of Change supporting the project and to extent it is validated by its implementation; ii) questions regarding efficiency should examine coordination mechanisms between stakeholders, the adequacy of the design and roll out of the monitoring arrangements; iii) questions on effectiveness should help find explanations for the level of achievement of outputs and outcomes, based on participatory approaches to evaluation with project stakeholders. Case studies will complement quantitative data, interviews and focus groups that may be suitable to answer the effectiveness questions; iv) questions of Institutional, economic and social sustainability need to be answered for each project outcome and country considering their sectoral diversity and context specific determinants, and v) Under the gender cross cutting theme, the evaluation will assess the degree in which activities were designed and implemented based on gender analyses, touch upon the explanatory factors of gender inequalities and are responsive to the strategic and practical need of women, men, girls and boys, particularly those in vulnerable situations.

  Funding Received

  • Venezuela Regional Response - Funding Received
    Amount Requested: USD Amount Received: USD 10,463,146.00
DRC & South Sudan Regional Refugee Response Plans
Requested 0 | Received: 0 | Percentage funded: 0%

  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

  • Emergency sanitation, hygiene and protection assistance to Congolese refugees
    Amount Requested: USD 600,000.00 Amount Received: USD 499,729.00
    Objective:
    Improve emergency sanitation, hygiene and protection assistance to affected Congolese refugees in Kyangwali refugee settlement and vulnerable host communities. Additionally, IOM will conduct a Humanitaran Border Management training for government officials in collaboration with UNHCR and support the work of the Marine Police Force in search and rescue operations to assist refugees crossing Lake Albert from DRC and emergency first aid and rescue trainings.
    Beneficiaries: 12,000 refugees and members of the host community
  • Strengthening emergency WASH response for refugees and host communities in Palorinya and Kyaka II settlements
    Amount Requested: USD 1,800,000.00 Amount Received: USD 1,100,000.00
    Objective:
    Provide life-saving, sustainable access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene services to South Sudanese and Congolese refugees in Palorinya and Kyaka II settlements and their host communities in Moyo and Kyegegwa districts respectively.
    Beneficiaries: 60,000 refugees and members of the host community
  • Strengthening WASH Service Delivery for Refugees and Host Communities in Uganda
    Amount Requested: USD 4,000,000.00 Amount Received: USD 2,469,135.00
    Objective:
    Implement sustainable and cost-effective WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) interventions at the two refugee hosting settlements of Kyanwali and Kyaka II, as well as improved sanitation coverage at Palorinya.
    Beneficiaries: 82,700 South Sudanese and Congolese refugees and members of host communities