IOM

IOM

IOM

Mandate

 

IOM works to help ensure the orderly and humane management of migration, to promote international cooperation on migration issues, to assist in the search for practical solutions to migration problems and to provide humanitarian assistance to migrants in need, including refugees and internally displaced people.

Involvement with SBP

 

IOM’s ability to rapidly respond to a humanitarian crisis is an essential aspect of the Organization's emergency response operations. IOM's partnership with Sstandby Ppartners is an integral component of our rapid response mechanism. As the number of humanitarian crises increases in the world, it can become challenging to mobilize IOM's human resources to ensure that proper staff with the right profile and experience are being deployed; thus, the relationship with our Sstandby Partners have played a critical role in the success of our past and current emergency response programmes. The management of IOM’s SBP portfolio falls in the Organization’s Department of Operations and Emergencies.


IOM has been contributing and engaging with the SBP Nnetwork in the following ways:

  1. Financial contribution to the SBP Network, including by supporting its core staff.

  2. Participation and active engagement in at least one of the existing Working Groups.

  3. Participation and engagement at the Annual Consultation and Mid-Annual Consultation.

Available deployable profiles

  1. Information Mmanagement and Ddata Aanalysis Experts

  2. Shelter Experts

  3. Camp Coordination and Camp Management Experts

  4. Emergency Coordination Experts

UN Partners

  1. CANADEM

  2. CASCOS BLANCOS / WHITE HELMETS

  3. DRC

  4. UCPM

  5. FCDO

  6. DSS WATER

  7. EMERGENCY.LU LUXEMBOURG

  8. GROUNDWATER RELIEF

  9. IMMAP

  10. IRC

  11. NORCAP

  12. RedR Australia

  13. MSB

  14. SDC