South Sudan

An outbreak of violence in South Sudan in July 2016 re-inflamed conflict throughout the country, aggravating a dire humanitarian situation, and provoking a massive displacement of people.  We aim to strengthen the resilience of the most vulnerable people in South Sudan affected by conflict, many of whom also find themselves suffering the effects of climate change, the combination of which has resulted in an alarming food security crisis. In particular, we are finding ways to improve the livelihoods of pastoralists, women and young people, and helping them to increase their food security and improve their access to education and health services.

Regional projects

Total 10

Cross-window projects

Total 5
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News & Stories

Riaw Gatlier Gai, Deputy Minister for Interior, officially opens the IOM-hosted consultation on South Sudan's migration policy. IOM/Olivia Headon 2018
NEWS | 12 October 2018

IOM: Supporting South Sudan in developing its first ever Migration Policy

Last week, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) hosted a three-day consultation with key Government stakeholders to set priorities for the development of South Sudan's migration policy; the first such policy in the young country’s history.

This consultative workshop was made possible through funding from the Better Migration Management Programme...

Participants of the workshop for border agencies held at Nimule on 23-24 May 2018.Participants of the workshop for border agencies held at Nimule on 23-24 May 2018.
NEWS | 29 June 2018

Integrating border management in South Sudan – Nimule as a pilot under the Better Migration Management Programme

On 23-24 May 2018 the Better Migration Management Programme (BMM) facilitated a workshop for the border agencies at Nimule along the border with Uganda. They had operationalised the Ministerial Order No. 09/2015, which established the Integrated Border Management Committee (IBMC). The Ministerial Order calls for the establishment of these committees...

Enregistrement des migrants volontaires au retourOIM
NEWS | 09 April 2018

Voluntary Humanitarian Returns from Libya Continue as Reintegration Efforts Step Up

IOM, the UN Migration Agency, announced on 13/03 that it has assisted 10,171 migrants to return home safely from Libya with support from the European Union, African Union, and the Libyan Government since the scale up of Voluntary Humanitarian Return (VHR) from the country started on 28 November last year....

NEWS | 09 March 2018

First Aid for migrants in Sudan saves lives

More than 100 officials from customs and immigration in Sudan have been trained in First Aid up to February 2018. As first responders, these officials are now able to better provide migrants with immediate assistance and medical help in often precarious situations. Especially irregular migrants face numerous challenges on their...

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