Countries of the Caribbean Tackle Challenges for Data Collection and Management in Regional Workshop


24-25 September, 2018. Montego Bay, Jamaica – Representatives of 13 countries participated in a specialised workshop in Montego Bay, Jamaica, through Read More

Dominican Republic, IOM, ILO Work Together for Formalization of Migrant Workers


Santo Domingo — The Social Security Treasury (SST) of the Dominican Republic opened a training centre for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) this Wednesday (26/09) with the objective of Read More

IOM Supports New Legal Pathway for Haitians in Chile

The number of Haitian migrants in Chile has grown from less than 1,800 in 2014 to nearly 120,000 in April 2018. 

IOM Restores 500 Homes in Dominica After Devastating Hurricane

With funds provided by the EU, UK, Australia and China, IOM has rebuilt over 500 houses obliterated by Hurricane Maria. Photo: Sheldon Casimir / IOM

IOM Helps Saint Lucia Build Capacity to Address Human Trafficking

More than 50 health and service providers gathered in a workshop in Saint Lucia to better prevent and respond to human trafficking. 

New Course on Improving Assistance to Nationals Affected by Crises Abroad

This self-learning course will allow you to gain necessary knowledge on the main conditions that define the vulnerabilities of citizens abroad during crisis situations. This course is meant for the staff of institutions in charge of assisting citizens abroad.

Introductory Training on Shelter Management

The International Organization for Migration (IOM), in support of the National Disaster Management Agency of Grenada (NadMA), conducted two workshops on Shelter Management, in the cities St. George and St. Patrick, in Grenada.

Regional Response to Migration of Venezuelans

It is estimated that the number of Venezuelans abroad rose from 700,000 to more than 1,600,000 between 2015 and 20171. This large-scale migration in South America is demonstrated by a significant increase of Venezuelan nationals in the sub-continent - approximately 900 per cent between 2015 and Read More

First Caribbean Network to Fight Human Trafficking meets in Trinidad and Tobago


Port of Spain – 30 experts and government officials from 15 Caribbean states and territories met in Trinidad and Tobago to formalize the first network in this region focused on the fight against human Read More

High-level workshop: Human Mobility and Disasters in the Caribbean

Under the framework of the Caribbean Migration Consultations (CMC), the Government of the Dominican Republic, with the support of IOM, hosted a workshop with the participation of officials and decision makers of the Caribbean, to raise awareness and strengthen the regional capacities on Read More