Somalia – IOM, the UN Migration Agency, with the support of the Government of Japan, held a training on trafficking, smuggling and human rights for migrants for 25 officials from the Federal Government of Somalia’s Ministry of Labour from 26 February to 1 March 2018.
“A client called at night and ordered a girl. I was sleeping when suddenly I was told to go to the client. He was already drunk and aggressive. I was scared to stay with him. He made me drink and I had to obey."
Welcome to the seventh Edition of the IOM Zambia Newsletter. As the newly appointed Chief of Mission for IOM Zambia, I have the great pleasure to present this Edition, which contains highlights of our work from June to December 2017 and upcoming events for 2018.
IOM Zambia bids farewell to its former Chief of Mission Abibatou Wane, and welcomes her successor, Marianne Lane.
Migration is increasingly gaining prominence in the global discourse and development agenda, having received first mention in the Sustainable Development Goals and with at least one indicator fully focusing on migration.