Access to Health Services
In Indonesia, IOM supports access to national health system and services for the vulnerable population of refugees and asylum seekers in Indonesia.
In its programmes, IOM maintains a nationwide medical referral service network composed of local Indonesian health clinics, wellness centers, and hospitals to provide the medical services to migrants.
Aside to the physical health care, IOM also has a team of practitioners to support the migrants’ mental health and psychosocial wellbeing.
To increase the awareness of the migrant communities on public health in the context of migration, IOM also provided training and awareness raising on detecting and addressing mental health and psychosocial issues faced by displaced populations to health workers, community leaders, and local faith-based institutions, women leaders, and school teachers assisting the recovery process.