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Issues in Focus
IOM Treats Child with Cleft Palate in Babylon
In mid April 2011, IOM staff conducting an assessment of a village in Babylon met with a family whose seven-year-old son was born with a disfigured cleft palate. As the reparative surgery for this condition is almost always successful in young children, IOM immediately began the process of seeking treatment for this small boy.
IOM Partners with Hospital in Dahuk to Treat Child
In May 2011, IOM staff conducting an assessment of a village in the Shekhan district of Ninewa met with a family whose three-year-old son was suffering from a severe hernia.
IOM Partners with Mines Advisory Group in Sulaymaniyah
May 10, 2011 – The Mines Advisory Group (MAG) has partnered with IOM Iraq to safely remove landmines from a karez restoration site in the northern governorate of Sulaymaniyah.
SAIT Plans in 2011
Throughout 2011, Security Awareness Induction Training (SAIT) will continue to provide courses for all United Nations (UN) personnel who wish to work in Iraq. The training will strengthen the participants’ understanding of the security situation and in doing so their ability to react to situations.
New Minister of Displacement and Migration Visits IOM Iraq
On January 23-24, the new Iraqi Minister of Displacement and Migration visited the International Organization for Migration (IOM) support once for the Iraq Mission in Amman, Jordan.
IOM Helps Georgian Migrants Return Home
IOM has helped 12 migrant workers from Georgia to return safelyhome after they became stranded in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.