The Global Experts Meeting on Migration in the Post-2015 Development Agenda tookplace in the context of increasing recognition that migration is a key driver of sustainabledevelopment.» Read more
On January 19, 2015, IOM and the German Embassy signed a Memorandum of Understanding which gives IOM the authority to verify educational documents of applicants to various academic institutions of Germany for Undergraduate and Masters Programme.» Read more
IOM provide Health Assessment services to immigrants bound to Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, and the United States, along with promoting the health of migrants and their host communities.» Read more
Using medium of street theatres and community meetings with potential migrants and local government officials at grass roots level, IOM has been raising awareness on key issues related to safe and orderly migration.» Read more
Working together with Government of Bangladesh (GoB) increase access to Primary Health Care and Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services for vulnerable and hard to reach communities in Cox’s Bazar.» Read more
On December 9th, 2014, IOM together with UNHCR organized a National Consultation to discuss issues related to human trafficking and smuggling through the South East region of Bangladesh.» Read more
Message from the Chief of Mission
Over the centuries, migration has been one of the key factors of socio-economic development in South Asia. Read more...
An inter governmental organization established in 1951, IOM is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society.
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IOM in collaboration with the Government of Bangladesh held a National Consultation on “Assessing the climate change, environmental degradation and migration nexus in South Asia” on 26th October 2016 at CIRDAP Auditorium, Dhaka. IOM is implementing a regional project in Bangladesh, Nepal and Maldives to provide an assessment of climate change, environmental degradation and migration dynamics based on which a Model Plan of Action for strategic interventions has been drafted. This will form the basis for a regional framework to address the challenges related to the migration-environment and climate change nexus in South Asia.
In Bangladesh, along with extensive desk research and policy analysis, field research was undertaken in four distinct districts of Bangladesh, which are vulnerable to specific environmental events and also represent high rates of migration. The draft findings of the assessment study and proposed Model Plan of Action was shared at the national consultation to relevant stakeholders for their valuable feedback. The consultation drew together more than 60 representatives from Ministries, government agencies, civil society/NGOs, development partners, academics and researchers.