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IOM Backs Indonesia’s Response to Earthquake, Tsunami Delivering Water, NFIs to Devastated Areas

Palu – As search and rescue operations begin to wind down in Central Sulawesi, following the September 28th earthquake and tsunami, the UN Migration Agency (IOM) is deploying staff...

UN Migration Agency, Partners Present Research on Modern Day Slavery at UK Event

London – Prevention, remedy and ultimately the eradication of human trafficking and slavery will require a more nuanced understanding of both the factors that make people vulnerabl...

IOM, JSI Partner with Indonesian Municipality on “Smart City” Initiative to Improve Access to Services

Makassar – IOM, JSI Research & Training Institute, and city officials have met to discuss how information and communication technologies can improve the quality of and access t...

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Central Sulawesi Response

Following the September 28th earthquake, liquefaction, and tsunami, the UN Migration Agency (IOM) is deploying staff and aid to the affected areas with the government-led response efforts continue to assist hundreds of thousands of displaced persons. Supported by the United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) and the Indonesian Ministry of Social Affairs, IOM has provided emergency shelter assistance to more than 4000 households across 70 villages in Central Sulawesi.