International Organization for Migration

IOM Mission
in Tajikistan

International Organization for Migration Tajikistan conducted a training on the use and maintenance of new water supply, sanitation and hygiene systems

13 JANUARY 2022, VAHDAT – 11 - 12 January, IOM Tajikistan in Rudaki and Vahdat hosted trainings on the use and maintenance of the new water supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) systems for staffs of medical institutions. 

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INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS DAY 2022 IN TAJIKISTAN

Round Table on Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration and Reintegration

19 DECEMBER 2022, DUSHANBE - Every year on 18 December the world marks International Migrants Day to recognize the contribution of migrants to their countries of origin, transit and destination, while highlighting the challenges that migrants often face.

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Mobile theatre performance addresses violence against female migrants

16 Days of Activism to end violence against women and girls

Vose, Tajikistan– On December 1st, IOM organised a mobile theatre that was held in Vose, Khatlon region for the leaders of jamoats and mahallas, state representatives, and local people. The event was devoted to 16 days of activism to end violence against women and girls under the UNITE! campaign.

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Regional project “Labor Migration Program in Central Asia” Country Coordination Mechanism convenes its 1st meeting.

November 29, 2022, Dushanbe, Tajikistan - On November 29, IOM Tajikistan hosted in Dushanbe the 1st meeting of the Country Coordination Mechanism (CCM) within the framework of its regional project "Labor Migration Program in Central Asia"

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Enhancing female financial inclusion in Tajikistan on World Savings Day

Date: 26 – 27 October 2022

Title: Enhancing female financial inclusion in Tajikistan on World Savings Day.

As part of the MPTF project Empowerment of Families Left Behind, IOM has been conducting two-day trainings on financial literacy with women in Khatlon, Tajikistan, whose husbands have migrated abroad to seek employment, some of which never return. These women whose husbands have abandoned them are considered a vulnerable and marginalised group with poor economic resilience and inclusion, and often struggle to access rights and protections.

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UN AGENCIES JOIN TO HELP RETURNED MIGRANT FAMILIES IN TAJIKISTAN

Migrant workers don’t always return home with pockets full of money and sweets for the family. Sometimes, what is brought home is depression, a disability, even a dead body.

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Improving knowledge and skills of the health workers for health safety at the border

On 8-9 June 2022 IOM Tajikistan jointly with the Ministry of health and social protection of the Republic of Tajikistan conducted 2 days training for the 18 health workers on improving emergency health response at the points of entry. Medical workers of the epidemiology service of Dushanbe, of the sanitary and quarantine points of the cross-border checks “Dusti”, “Guliston”, “Patar”, “Sarazm”, “Kushtegirmon”, Airport Khujand, health workers of the primary health care of the cross-border communities from the Districts of the Republican Subordination, Khatlon and Sogd Oblasts took part at the training.

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Strengthening capacity of the non-health personnel of the points of entry to improve emergency health response

Three cascade one day trainings for the non-health workers of the points of entries conducted by IOM Tajikistan jointly with the Ministry of health and social protection of the Republic of Tajikistan on 16-20 May 2022.

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International Organization for Migration - Mission in Tajikistan

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