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Strengthening Humanitarian Assistance to Vulnerable Migrants Repatriated to Haiti

IATI Identifier: XM-DAC-47066-DP.2425
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As returns to Haiti continue, on-arrival protection and humanitarian assistance to migrants repatriated by sea or air to the country is urgently needed, including the improvement of reception facilities to welcome Haitian returnees at the two international airports of Port-au-Prince and Cap-Haitian. Additionally, protection and lifesaving need such as health, including mental health and psychosocial support, child protection, risk of human trafficking and smuggling have been identified among returnees. The intervention aims to support government efforts in providing humanitarian assistance to migrants repatriated from Turk and Caicos Islands upon arrival. Specifically, through project activities, IOM aims at strengthening the government and relevant stakeholders’ technical and operational capacities to assist vulnerable migrants, as well as improving coordination for the better management of irregular migration.


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