As the world meets at the United Nations Climate Change summit in New York, IOM Tajikistan is launching a major new project on climate change, gender, and migration.
Increase in global number of international migrants continues to outpace growth of the world’s population
New York, 17 September–The number of international migrants globally reached an estimated 272 million in 2019, an increase of 51 million since 2010. Currently, international migrants comprise 3.5 per cent of the global population, compared to 2.8 per cent in the year 2000, according to new estimates released by the United Nations today.
Mahmadsharif Rahmonov wakes up before the sunrise every morning – he has six bulls to take care of. He feeds them, gives them water, bathes them, and cleans after them.
The hoodie worn by Nasim Baymurzaev from Bokhtar bears the words “Just do it”. “Just do it” – is a motto Nasim has been following the whole life. Leaving fear behind and going for his dream job has brought him success.
The “Dignity and Rights Project” funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), in cooperation with the Committee of Youth Affairs and Sports under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan organized a summer camp for 80 youth aged 17-18 from all over the country in Guliston city of Sughd province, August 12-15.
Do you know names of people, who helped me? No? I simply wanted to know whom to send blessings upon”.
Subhiddin Vohidov had a tough period, when was banned to re-enter Russia, lost father, and got bad news from doctors – he should not accept heavy jobs anymore!
USAID’s Dignity and Rights project implemented by International Organization for Migration (IOM) and in cooperation with the Aga-Khan Humanities project of the University of Central Asia organized a two-day national debate tournament on human trafficking among the best youth teams from all over the country.