Migration Health

Team of technical experts from Ministry of Health reviewing the SOPs
IOM National Coordinator Dr Andrew William explaining on IOM's contribution to COVID-19 response
Team of technical experts from Ministry of Health reviewing the SOPs
Assistant Director for Environment Health section at the Ministry of Health Dr Khalid Massa giving opening remarks during the workshop
Team of technical experts from Ministry of Health and IOM in group photo

IOM, MOHCDGEC FACILITATED THE REVIEW AND FINALIZATION OF SOP’s ON EXIT AND ENTRY SCREENING FOR COVID-19 AND OTHER PHE AT POEs IN MOROGORO, 09-11 OCTOBER 2020.

Morogoro: On 9-11 October 2020

Dr. Suleiman Faki- receiving the hand washing facilities - Kwa Mjawiri unofficial  Border
Dr.Khamis Rashid- Wete hospital receiving the hand washing facilities
Mr. Haji -Environmental Health Officer - Mkokotoni port receiving hand washing facilities
Dr. Haji Saleh- Health Officer at Mkoani Port receiving the and washing facilities

IOM DONATED HANDWASHING FACILITIES TO POINTS OF ENTRIES IN UNGUJA AND PEMBA ISLANDS, ZANZIBAR

Zanzibar: 30 June 2020

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) Tanzania, the United Nations (UN) Migration Agency donated handwashing facilities to several Points of Entries (PoE’s) around Pemba and Unguja islands during the last two weeks.

IOM Assesmment of Land PoE between Tanzania and Burundi
IOM Assessment of Water PoE between Tanzania and DRC

IOM ASSISTS IN COVID-19 READINESS ASSESSMENT IN TANZANIA

The first part of an assessment into Tanzania’s COVID-19 readiness has been completed in the country’s Kigoma region, which borders Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

IOM Staff welcoming the Government Delegation
Government Delegation visiting the Accommodation
Mira, IOM Tanzania Head of Operations briefing Government Delegation on Refugees Processing
IOM Dr Nicholaus Nderere briefing Government Delegation on X-Ray Unit
IOM Dr Nicholaus Nderero briefing Government Delegation on Lab unit

GOVERNMENT DELEGATION FROM MINISTRIES OF FOREIGN AND HOME AFFAIRS VISITED THE IOM MAKERE RESETTLEMENT PROCESSING CENTRE (RPC), 02 JANUARY 2020.

Makere, the United Republic of Tanzania - 02 January 2020 – An important Government delegation led by Permanent Secretaries from Ministries of: Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation and Home Affairs, Dr Faraji Mnyepe and Major General Mr.

 Dr Qasim Sufi IOM CoM and UN RC DO a.i. addressing Audience on the International Migrants Day in the United Republic of Tanzania Dar Es Salaam 18 December 2019
 Dr Qasim Sufi IOM CoM UN RC DO a.i. welcoming Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Engineer Hamad Masauni Guest of Honor at the Commemoration of International Migrant's Day
 Podium at the Commemoration of International Migrants Day Dar Es Salaam 18 December 2019
Audience at the Commemoration of International Migrants Day Dar Es Salaam 18 December 2019

IOM JOINED THE GOVERNEMENT AND INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY TO COMMEMORATE THE INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS DAY IN DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA, 18 DECEMBER 2019

Dar Es Salaam – The International Organization for Migration (IOM), the United Nations Migrations Agency joined the Government and the International Community in the United Republic of Tanzania to commemorate the International Migrants Day in Dar Es Salaam today, the 18 December 2019.

IOM Chief of Mission Dr. Qasim Sufi giving the opening remarks at the Third Training for Panel Physicians in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Photo: UN Migration Agency (IOM) 2017
Participants at the Third Training for Panel Physicians in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Photo: UN Migration Agency (IOM) 2017
Participants at the Third Training for Panel Physicians in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Photo: UN Migration Agency (IOM) 2017

IOM HOLDS TRAINING IN TANZANIA TO IMPROVE MEDICAL CARE TO REFUGEES SET FOR RESETTLEMENT

IOM, the UN Migration Agency, last week (14-17/11) organized training sessions in Tanzania, for IOM, non-IOM and private panel physicians who conduct physical exams and health assessmen

Donation of Personal Protective Equipment kits to IOM staff in Kigoma, Tanzania. Photo: IOM

IOM DONATES PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT KITS TO GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL IN TANZANIA

Due to the recent resurgence of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) cases in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), one of the six countries bordering the United Republic of Tanzania, the Go

Debrefing meeting between IOM, ILO, TUCTA,NTLP  and District Medical Office with his colleagues
IOM staff sensitizing mine workers at Matundas mining area to undergo for TB screening & HIV testing
IOM Staff offering counselling on TB & HIV to one of the community member at Makungolosi mining area
Community members at Itumbi mining area listening to a counselor before TB & HIV testing

IOM SUPPORTED THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH TO CONDUCT OUTREACH ACTIVITIES INCLUDING TB AWARENESS AND SCREENING CAMPAIGNS ON WORLD TB DAY

International Organization for Migration (lOM) in partnership with the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC) through the National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Programme, International Labour Organisation (ILO), Tanzania AIDS Commission (TACAIDS), and Trade

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.