Since its establishment in 1951, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has remained committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and societies alike.
Basic guidance and tools for IOM Country Offices to facilitate immediate and efficient deployment and system support to scale up humanitarian operations as needed.
Detailed information on eight of IOM's fifteen MCOF sectors in addition to guidance on cross-cutting topics such as inter-agency assessments, protection mainstreaming and gender mainstreaming.
Guidance on procedures that support humanitarian operations, including project development, reporting, monitoring and evaluation, and public information.
Information on management procedures for administration, finance, human resources, procurement and logistics, and information communication and technology (ICT).
Guidance on security and risk management in view of emergency responders and persons of concern.
A general overview of the organizational frameworks under which IOM's humanitarian interventions must operate.
An overview of the larger frameworks of the broader humanitarian community under which IOM's humanitarian interventions must operate.
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