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National Action Plan on Combating Human Trafficking Launched in Turkmenistan

2016-03-30

Ashgabat, 23 March 2016: The High level Round Table on “National Action Plan — Comprehensive Approach to Combat Human Trafficking” was organized by the Mission of International Organization for Migration in Turkmenistan (IOM) in close cooperation with the Government of Turkmenistan and supported by the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, U.S. Department of State. »Read more...

World TB day

2016-03-24

William Lacy SwingToday is World TB Day. In line with this year’s theme of ‘Unite to End TB’, IOM highlights the critical importance of engaging in productive multi-sectoral partnerships to promote the health and well-being of migrants and mobile populations around the world. »Read more...

Exchange of experience on drug use prevention and treatment programs

2016-03-11

Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, 23 February 2016 — International Organization for Migration organized the two-day training on Migrant’s Right to Health, Comprehensive Approach to Protection of the Migrants’ Health including Prevention of Substance Abuse among Migrants for the representatives of relevant law enforcement agencies and public organizations of Turkmenistan. The training is part of a Migration and Health Programme of the IOM Mission in Turkmenistan, funded partly by US Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs. »Read more...

IOM Newsletter on Counter-Trafficking Programs in Central Asia – October-December, 2015

2016-02-17

In this edition:

  • Kazakhstan: Interagency Committee on Combating Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of the Kazakh Republic appreciated contribution of NGOs and international agencies in its anti-trafficking report
  • Kyrgyzstan: IOM signed Cooperation Agreements with the Judicial Training Center under the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic and with the Centre for Professional Training of Prosecutors under the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Kyrgyz Republic
  • Turkmenistan: The final draft of the National Action Plan of Turkmenistan on Combating Human Trafficking presented to the stakeholders
  • Tajikistan: Training — seminar in Dushanbe on “The role of diplomatic and consular staff in combating human trafficking”
  • Uzbekistan: Inter-Office Cooperation promotes successful return, rehabilitation and reintegration of vulnerable migrants in Uzbekistan
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Exchange of experience on drug use prevention programs

2015-10-05

Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, 1 October 2015 — International Organization for Migration organized two back-toback two-day trainings on Migrant’s Right to Health, Comprehensive Approach to Protection of the Migrants’ Health including Prevention of Substance Abuse among Migrants for the representatives of relevant law enforcement agencies and public organizations of Turkmenistan. »Read more...

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Combating Trafficking in Person Manual for LE representatives


Announcements

The Mission of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Turkmenistan announces a vacancy for the position of "IT/Procurement Assistant".

IOM Turkmenistan invites interested individuals who are well-suited to apply for the position.


A vacancy for the position of "Project Associate"

The Mission of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Turkmenistan announces a vacancy for the position of "Project Associate".


Public Health Consultant position announcement

The Mission of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Turkmenistan announces a vacancy for the position of Public Health Consultant. The consultant will contribute to the strengthening of IOM’s migration health programme and recommend…