Migration for Development

Representatives from the Tanzanian Immigration Service Department, the Government of the Netherlands, IOM and participants from DRC to the Training of Trainers on Security Document and Fraud Detection.
From left to right: Nelson Goncalves – IOM ACBC, Jan Willem Konig – Netherlands Repatriation and Departure Service, David Ferdinand Fupi – Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dr Qasim Sufi – IOM Tanzania, Edward Paul Chogero – Tanzania Immigration Service Department , Marcellino Ramkishun – IOM ACBC.
IOM ACBC expert introducing the new security document equipment features to the representative of the Tanzania Immigration Service Department.
DRC Immigration Officers benefiting from the new equipment during Training of Trainers on Security Document and Fraud Detection

IOM UPGRADES TANZANIA REGIONAL IMMIGRATION TRAINING ACADEMY FORENSIC LAB

Under the framework of a Dutch-funded project entitled Enhancing Migration Management in African States through Capacity Building on Integrated Border Management and Countering Irre

Dr Andrew, (IOM staff) taking participants through a subject on Migrants' Right to Health.
Mr. Kakuru (MOH official) stressing on the collaboration and coordination of health stakeholders at the points of entry.

ENGAGING BORDER OFFICIALS IN THE PROMOTION OF MIGRATION HEALTH IN TANZANIA

IOM together with the Tanzania Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MOHCDGEC) enhanced the capacity of 128 border officials via a series of workshops that aimed to raise awareness on health aspects of border management.

Diaspora Engagement Workshop 22-24 January 2014, Dar es Salaam

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is launching a new outreach project to Tanzanians living abroad (the Diaspora), entitled “‘Enhancing the Migration Evidence Base for the Development of Tanzania”.