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Hanoi, 18.07.2014 - Viet Nam Addresses Health of Human Trafficking Victims More

Hanoi, 24.06.2014 - Promoting Safe Labour Migration workshop More

Hanoi, 27.05.2014 - Viet Nam acts against People Smuggling More

Hanoi, 07.03.2014 - Rural Development and Migration More

Geneva, 07.03.2014 - International Women Day More  

Geneva, 18.12.2013 - It’s Time to Take Action and Save Lives of Migrants Caught in Crisis More

Hanoi, 17.12.2013 - IOM Viet Nam joins together with National Government More

Ho Chi Minh, 16.12.2013 - Typhoon Haiyan More

Hanoi, 01.11.2013 - IOM assists Vietnamese migrant woman to safety return home after 6 years of exploitation in Syria  More

Hanoi, 26.09.2013 - WMR 2013 Launched in Vietnam  More

Vietnam, 13.08.2013 - When Migrants Return Home – Viet Nam Reintegration Workshop  More

Geneva, 12.08.2013 - Youth Migration: Moving Development Forward  More

Hanoi, 24.05.2013 : Workshop on “Situation and Solutions on Migrants’ Health in Viet Nam”  More

Geneva, 24.03.2013 : IOM calls for the Inclusion of Migrants in TB Prevention and Treatment Strategies  More

Geneva: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY, MARCH 8TH, 2013  More

Hanoi, 01.03.2013: IOM Brings together Asia Pacific Partners in the fight against human smuggling  More

Hanoi, 22.01.2013: IOM Joins the Green One UN House in Viet Nam  More

Geneva, 18.12.2012: Migrant Workers Hit By Crises Need Comprehensive, Long Term Help, SAYS IOM More

Hanoi, 18.12.2012: Campaign on “Promoting Safe Labour Migration” launched for International Migrants Day More

Useful Web-links

Vietnamese Labour migration: www.hotrolaodongngoainuoc.org

Migration of Vietnamese citizens: www.dicu.gov.vn

Vietnamese Ministry for Foreign Affairs: www.mofa.gov.vn

Vietnamese Ministry for Social, Invalids and Labor Affairs (MOLISA) / Department of Overseas Labour (DOLAB): www.english.molisa.gov.vn and www.dolab.gov.vn

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The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society. As an intergovernmental body, IOM acts with its partners of member states, civil society, and the international community to: 

• assist in meeting the operational challenges of migration;
• advance understanding of migration issues;
• encourage social and economic development through migration;
• uphold the human dignity and well-being of migrants.

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Viet Nam’s rapid economic development is fuelling large migration flows from rural areas to urban and peri-urban areas where employment opportunities are increasingly more available. According to some government offices, an estimated 25-30 percent of Viet Nam’s largest cities consist of migrants. These internal migrants often have difficulty accessing accommodation, education for their children, and health care. With regard to international migration, some three million Vietnamese live permanently overseas with another 400,000 residing abroad as temporary workers.

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IOM would like to acknowlege Trung Kien, Nicolas Lainez, Guy Wallbank, Nguyen Hung & Seweryn Zelazny for the use of their photographs for the IOM website ©

 

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