International Women's Day 2019 Press Release

IOM ZIMBABWE COMMEMORRATES INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

Harare – Today, the International Organization for Migration (IOM), is joining the United Nations (UN) family and the whole world in celebrating the International Women’s Day. The day which is being commemorated under the theme “Think equal, build smart, innovate for change” recognizes women achievements from political to social, while calling for gender equality.

DTM ZIMBABWE CYCLONE IDAI RECOVERY PROJECT FINAL REPORT JANUARY 2020 - JUNE 2021

This report is funded by the World Bank under the “Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project”. The report was produced by IOM DTM Zimbabwe and endorsed by ZIRP technical agencies and the District Civil Protection Committees under the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing. Further editorial support was provided by IOM’s Global and Regional DTM Support Teams.

IOM Zimbabwe Country Strategy 2021-2024

The IOM Zimbabwe Strategy 2021-2024 has been developed through a comprehensive consultative process within IOM and with external stakeholders including Government, other UN Agencies, international NGOs, and local civil society organizations.

This document provides the strategic direction of the Mission in the 2021-2024 programming period. The IOM Zimbabwe Strategic Plan (2021–2024) sets out the cooperation agenda on migration management between IOM, the Government of Zimbabwe (GoZ), development partners, United Nations agencies, private sector, and civil society organizations.

IOM ZIMBABWE WEEKLY POINTS OF ENTRY SITUATION REPORT 47

IOM and its partners are working to support Zimbabwe in strengthening core capacities for public health measures at points of entry (PoEs) and to provide critical services to returning migrants. As of the 2nd of August 2021, Zimbabwe recorded 110,855 cases of COVID-19 and 3,635 deaths. Between the 27th of July and the 2nd of August, 5,164 entries were received through the 4 key PoEs (Beitbridge, Chirundu, Forbes and Plumtree). This brings the total number of entries since March 2020 to 297,308.

IOM ZIMBABWE WEEKLY POINTS OF ENTRY SITUATION REPORT 46

IOM and its partners are working to support Zimbabwe in strengthening core capacities for public health measures at points of entry (PoEs) and to provide critical services to returning migrants. As of the 26th of July 2021, Zimbabwe recorded 99,944 cases of COVID-19 and 3,173 deaths. Between the 20th and the 26th of July, 4,093 entries were received through the 4 key PoEs (Beitbridge, Chirundu, Forbes and Plumtree). This brings the total number of entries since March 2020 to 292,162.

Points of Entry Situation Report 21

IOM and its partners are working to support Zimbabwe in strengthening core capacities for public health measures at points of entry (PoEs) and to provide critical services to returning migrants. As of the 2nd of February 2021, Zimbabwe recorded 33,814 cases of COVID-19 and 1,254 deaths. Between the 27th of January and the 2nd of February 2021 2,670 entries were received through the 4 key PoEs (Beitbridge, Chirundu, Forbes and Plumtree). This brings the total number of entries since March 2020 to 161,764.

IOM COMMEMORATES WORLD DAY AGAINST TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS

 

IOM COMMEMORATES WORLD DAY AGAINST TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS

Harare – The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in Zimbabwe joins the whole world in commemorating World Day against Trafficking in Persons under the theme “Human Trafficking: Call your government to action. The day was organized by the UN to raise awareness, encourage vigilance and gain support for prevention of human trafficking.