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IOM Provides 160 Bangladeshi Migrants Return Assistance from Libya

Dhaka – The International Organization for Migration (IOM) – in close coordination with the Government of Bangladesh – this week facilitated the safe return of 160 Bangladeshi migrants stranded in

Mounting Death Toll in the Central Mediterranean Calls for Urgent Action

Geneva –  UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) are deeply disturbed by reports of a tragic shipwreck off the coast of Libya.

Mental health and Psychosocial Support Technical Working Group (MHPSS TWG) in Libya Newsletter 2020

 

Situation Reports

Libya | IOM Libya Update |April 2021
IOM MENA Region COVID 19 Response | Situation Report 22 | 26 March - 29 April 2021
Libya | IOM Libya Update | March 2021

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RFQ_LY21-113 Personal Protective equipment (PPEs) for MRRM teams.

NOTE:

IOM reserves the right to accept or reject any quotation, and to cancel the procurement process and reject all quotations at any time prior to award of Purchase Order or Contract, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected Supplier/s or any obligation to inform the affected Supplier/s of the ground for IOM’s action.
IOM reserves the right to split the awards in any combination as it may deem necessary or appropriate in its sole discretion in the best interest of IOM. General conditions of PO are attached to this RFQ.

Displacement Tracking Matrix

DTM Libya was established in late 2015 following several displacement waves produced by conflict since 2011, with the purpose of providing accurate and timely baseline data and trends on the locations and movements of IDPs, returnees and migrants.
DTM is composed of Mobility Tracking, and Flow Monitoring modules and a Maritime Incidents Database. The data and analysis and results produced by DTM is used to support targeted and evidence-based humanitarian assistance and advocacy. More info
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