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The 12-month pilot project jointly implemented by IOM, UNDP and UNHCR aims to promote concrete cross-border, human rights-based, and multi-agency approaches to peacebuilding in border areas between Burundi and Tanzania, supported by the UN Peacebuilding Fund. Photo: IOM/Triffin Ntore
The 12-month pilot project jointly implemented by IOM, UNDP and UNHCR aims to promote concrete cross-border, human rights-based, and multi-agency approaches to peacebuilding in border areas between Burundi and Tanzania, supported by the UN Peacebuilding Fund. Photo: IOM/Triffin Ntore

IOM SUPPORTS GOVERNMENTS OF BURUNDI, TANZANIA TO STRENGTHEN HUMANITARIAN BORDER MANAGEMENT

IOM, the UN Migration Agency, is working with the governments of Burundi and the United Republic of Tanzania to strengthen the capacities of border institutions in the two countries to

The Guest of Honour receiving a gift from Salma Panja-Immigration Officer.
IOM Tanzania staff-Reuben Mbugi talking on services IOM Tanzania provide regarding migrants.
Remarks on International Migrants Day 2018 from the Guest of Honour Eng. Hamadi Masauni.
Remarks on International Migrants Day 2018 from Hon. Dr Anna Makakala-The Commissioner General of Tanzania Immigration Services Department.
Remarks on International Migrants Day 2018 from IOM Tanzania representative - Mira Nikolic Simovska.

COMMEMORATION OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS DAY 2018 IN TANZANIA

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) joined the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania to commemorate International Migrants Day on 18th December 2018 at Mnazi Mmoj

Migrants from the Horn of Africa who had taken the Southern Route prepare to return home from Zambia. Photo: IOM 2018

TANZANIA, ETHIOPIA, KENYA AGREE ON ROADMAP FOR ADDRESSING IRREGULAR MIGRATION

"Facilitating simplified consular assistance that in turn will enable easier access to irregular migrants in prisons": this is one of the recommendations agreed to at a high-level inter

ETHIOPIA, KENYA, TANZANIA SEEK SOLUTIONS TO IRREGULAR MIGRATION ON SOUTHERN ROUTE

Irregular migration from the East and Horn of Africa to southern Africa, presents countries along this route with a new challenge: how to manage these flows while ensuring that the huma

Group photo for the dialogue in pemba.
Programe Officer IOM, Ms Enna Lutengano in her opening speech during the national dialogue in pemba.

IOM TANZANIA COMMEMORATES INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2019

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) in collaboration with the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar through its Ministry of Labour, Empowerment, Elders, Women and Children

COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE FREE MOVEMENT OF WORKERS IN SELECT EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY COUNTRIES: BURUNDI, KENYA, RWANDA AND THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) – the UN Migration Agency – launched the “Comparative Study on Free Movement of Workers in East African Community Countries: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda and United Republic of Tanzania.”

IOM Chief of Mission, Dr Qasim Sufi (left) Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Mr. Hamad Masauni (right)

IOM ASSISTS THE GOVERNMENT OF TANZANIA IN IMPROVING THE MANAGEMENT OF ITS BORDER WITH BURUNDI

Under the framework of a cross-border project “Preventing Conflict and Building Peace through Addressing the Drivers of Conflict and Instability associated with forced Displacement between Burundi and Tanzania” financed by the United Nations Peacebuilding Fund (UNPBF) and jointly implemented by t

IOM Chief of Mission in Tanzania, Dr Qasim Sufi presents a certificate to one of the training participants.
Mr Hans Christiaan Faber, Deputy Director - Ministry of Justice and Security, Repatriation and Departure Service of the Netherlands

IOM BOOSTS CAPACITY OF TANZANIAN IMMIGRATION OFFICIALS TO TRAIN COLLEAGUES

IOM’s African Capacity Building Centre (IOM ACBC) in coordination with the Tanzania Regional Immigration Training Academy (TRITA), conducted a two-week training on curriculum developmen

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

IOM Chief of Mission in Tanzania, Dr. Qasim Sufi exchanging the deed of donation with the Tanzania's Commissioner for Border Management in the capital Dar es Salaam.
Dr. Qasim Sufi running through the main features of the facial matching system.
IOM Information Management and Technology Officer, Mr Yahya Eshall, conducting a simulation training session with Tanzanian immigration and IT officers.

UN MIGRATION AGENCY BOOSTS TANZANIA’S CAPACITY TO ADDRESS IRREGULAR MIGRATION

Dar es Salaam – At the request of Tanzania’s Ministry of Home Affairs and Commissioner General of Immigration services, IOM, the UN Migration Agency, through its African Capacity Bu