Counter Trafficking

 IOM Presentation in the Training
Representative from Ministry of HSWEGC Zanzibar
Group Photo

IOM AND THE REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT OF ZANZIBAR TRAIN FRONTLINE WORKERS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ON PREVENTION AND RESPONSE TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND OTHER FORMS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN

Zanzibar: 8 – 10 April 2021

Group photo with the Guest of Honor in the middle
Ms. Abeida Rashid, Deputy Principal Secretary of the Ministry of Health, Social Welfare, Elderly, Gender and Children of the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar presenting the opening speech
Ms. Halima (IOM- Programme Assistant) presenting the IOM Remarks during the opening ceremony
Ms. Sarah (IOM-Programme Assistant) presenting over view of IOM and  3 days training out line

IOM and GOVERNMENT CONDUCTED TRAINING ON TIP IN ZANZIBAR

Zanzibar – 11 February 2021

Group photo
Participants reviewing the guidelines in group discussion
Group discussion
The participants discussing on the mordality of the establishment of the safe houses

IOM, MINISTRY LABOUR, EMPOWERMENT, ELDERS, WOMEN AND CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT OF ZANZIBAR CONDUCTED 5-DAY SESSION ON THE REVIEW AND UPDATE OF THE GUIDELINES FOR ESTABLISHMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF SAFE HOUSES IN ZANZIBAR

Zanzibar 20 November 2020

NATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR ESTABLISHMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF SAFE HOUSES FOR VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING AND SURVIVORS OF VIOLENCE LAUNCHED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF TANZANIA, 10 SEPTEMBER 2020, IN DODOMA.

IOM, ATS, ORGANIZE A NATIONAL DIALOGUE FOR FRONTLINE STAKEHOLDERS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS IN TANZANIA

Dar es salaam, 6 August 2020  

The Secretary of the Anti-Trafficking Committee Mr Separatus Fella, in his  welcoming note and introduction remarks to the stakeholders who attended the National Dialogue where he thanked the participants for their humility and collaboration in the fight against  Human Trafficking in Tanzania.
Mr David Hofmeijer, the IOM Project Coordinator on his remarks in the National  Dialogue where he said Trafficking in Person means modern day slavery and Covid 19 has brought a devastating impact upon household security hence heightens the vulnerability of which traffickers can use this opportunity to recruit more victims. He urged stakeholders to remain committed more than ever in times like this.
Stakeholders who attended the National dialogue as part of the activities to commemorate the world day against trafficking in person on (6th August 2020) in a group photo with the guest of honor Mr Adatus Magere (second from left), who is the Chairman of Anti -Trafficking in Persons Secretariat.
The Chairman of Anti - Trafficking in Persons Secretariat Mr Adatus Magere gave his remarks, where he said the fight against Human Trafficking in Tanzania started a decade ago where the parliament enacted the Anti -Trafficking in Persons Act of 2008, followed by the establishment of the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Committee and Secretariat on 2011.

IOM ORGANIZED INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE WITH MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS AND FRONTLINE STAKEHOLDERS ON WORLD DAY AGAINST TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS (TiP) in ZANZIBAR

Zanzibar, 23 July 2020 -

Mr. Rashid Khalid Rashid, ChakeChake District Commissioner Officiating the Community Dialogue Session
Ms. Enna Lutengano, IOM Officer on Conuter Human Trafficking Addressing the Community Dialogue Participants
Group Work of Community Dialogue Session Participants
Group Photo of Community Dialogue Session Participants

IOM AND THE REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT OF ZANZIBAR CONDUCTED THE SECOND COMMUNITY DIALOGUE ON PROTECTION AND RESPONSE TO TRAFFICKING IN PERSON IN PEMBA, THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA, 18-19 DECEMBER 2019

Pemba, 18 -19 December 2019 - The International Organization for Migration (IOM), the UN Migration Agency, and the Ministry of Labour, Empowerment, Elders, Women and Children (MLEEWC) of the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar conducted a two-day Community Dialogue Session on Protection and Resp

Women and Protection Committee Developing a Plan
Ward Executive Officers (WEOs) Preparing a Plan
Religious Leaders in Training
Training Participants Group Photo

IOM AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT CONDUCT COMMUNITY DIALOGUE ON 16TH DAYS OF ACTIVISM AGAINST GENDER BASED VIOLENCE

Kigoma: The International Organization for Migration, IOM, the United Nations (UN) Migration Agency joined the Local Government to conduct Community Dialogue Sessions on the 16th days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence (GBV); a campaign which was officially launched by the Minister for Hea

From left to right: Mr. Ewald Riks, Director of the Repatriation and Departure Services of the Netherlands; H.E. Mr. Jeroen Verheul, Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands; Mrs. Marcella Ferraciolo, representative of the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation; Dr Anna Makakala, Commissioner General of Immigration, United Republic of Tanzania; Dr Qasim Sufi, Chief of Mission IOM Tanzania.
Ms. Pamela Kyando, IOM ACBC Training Assistant, at the IOM ACBC 10th Anniversary at Double Tree, Dar Es Salaam.
From left to right: representatives of the Somali Republic, representative of the Republic of Kenya, representative of the Republic of Uganda
From left to right: H.E. Mr. Yonas Yosef Sanbe, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Ethiopia; H.E. Dr Sahabu Isah Gada, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Nigeria; H.E. Mr. Benson Chali, High Commissioner of the Republic of Zambia
Handover of the PEPMII QR Code to Commissioner General Dr Anna Makala (middle) by the Dutch Ambassador, H.E. Mr. Jeroen Verheul (left) and IOM Chief of Mission, Dr Qasim Sufi (right)

THE IOM AFRICAN CAPACITY BUILDING CENTRE (IOM ACBC) CELEBRATES 10 YEARS OF BUILDING THE CAPACITIES OF AFRICAN MEMBER STATES ON MIGRATION MANAGEMENT

December 5, 2019 - The IOM African Capacity Building Centre (IOM ACBC) celebrated its 10th Anniversary in the presence of the Tanzanian Commissioner General of Immigration (CGI) Services Department of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Dr Anna Makakala, Ambassadors and High Commissioners from African

The Guest of Honour, Mr Ali Suleiman Ameir-Director of Labour Department of the Ministry of Labour, Empowerment, Elders, Women and Children (MLEEWC) Zanzibar during his opening remarks, he elucidated on the need for the                                           participants to utilise the knowledge from the dialogue for addressing Trafficking in Person and other forms of violence in Zanzibar
Ms Enna Lutengano (IOM) facilitating the Community Dialogue Session and delivering a knowledge on Protection and Response on Trafficking in Person other forms of Violence against Women and Children at Mtakwimu House in Zanzibar
The group photo for the participants attended a Community Dialogue Session on Protection and Response on Trafficking in Person other forms of Violence against Women and Children at Mtakwimu House in Zanzibar
Participants during group work session discussing their action plan for addressing the Trafficking in Person other forms of Violence against Women and Children to their areas and Zanzibar in general

IOM JOINTLY WITH MINISTRY OF LABOUR, EMPOWERMENT, ELDERS, WOMEN AND CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT OF ZANZIBAR CONDUCTED COMMUNITY DIALOGUE ON PROTECTION AND RESPONSE TO TRAFFICKING IN PERSON AND OTHER FORMS OF VIOLENCE

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) Tanzania, the UN Migration Agency, in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour, Empowerment, Elders, Women and Children (MLEEWC) of the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar conducted a two-day Community Dialogue Session on Protection and Respons