Cairo, 19 January – To promote community cohesion among migrants and the Egyptian communities hosting them, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) partnered with Egyptian Startup Bassita, UNAOC Innovation Award 2nd place winner Safarni, Drosos, and the French Institute in Egypt to launch a Clickfunding Campaign on 19 January, 2018.
Amr Taha, IOM Egypt Head of Office
Cairo, 18 October 2017
Excellences, distinguished guests, distinguished colleagues, ladies and gentlemen.
It is with great pleasure that I address you today for the inaugural event of the Certificate in Migration Governance.
Speech of IOM Egypt Head of Office, Mr. Amr Taha
15 June 2017
“Excellences, distinguished guests, distinguished colleagues, ladies and gentlemen, it is with great pleasure that I welcome the opportunity to address you tonight for the Egyptian Businesses for Peace Iftar Event. I represent the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Egypt, the UN Migration Agency.
Speech of Head of Office, IOM Egypt, Mr. Amr Taha
Cairo, 30 July 2017
Ladies and gentlemen,
Speech of Head of IOM Egypt Office, Mr. Amr TAHA
At the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
19 September 2017
Your Excellency Amb. Gabr, Your Excellencies, distinguished guests, ladies and gentleman, and dear colleagues
Cairo, 19 September 2017 – IOM and the National Coordinating Committee on Combatting and Preventing Illegal Migration and Trafficking in Persons (NCCPIM&TIP) launched a national awareness raising campaign on irregular migration of Egyptian youth.
Statement, DG William Swing on the Occasion of International Women's Day 2017
8 March 2017
We live in a world in constant motion, writes IOM Director General William Lacy Swing. This is defined by the mobility of capital, goods and services but above all the mobility of people. Millions of people are moving, within and across borders, in search of something better.
Speech, IOM Egypt Head of Office Mr Amr Taha
21 February 2017
Cairo, 30 June 2020 –IOM Egypt has launched the Key Migration Terms publication, which translates migration-related key terms in Arabic, English, and French. This publication, which serves as a guide, has been developed for Arabic-speaking readers based on the English glossary published by IOM in 2019.
Egypt is Among the First Countries to Join the International Call to Action “Remittances in Crisis: How to Keep Them Flowing”, Aimed to Ensure the Flow of Remittances to Prevent the Negative Socioeconomic Impacts of COVID-19
Cairo, 16 June 2020—The Arab Republic of Egypt is one of the first countries to join the International Call to Action: “Remittances in Crisis: How to Keep them Flowing.” This initiative is spearheaded by the Embassy of Switzerland and the Embassy of the United Kingdom, in order to mitigate and combat the negative socioeconomic impacts of COVID-19, on migrants and the local econ
IOM Egypt Concludes “1,000s Of Kits for 1,000 Families”, a Week-Long Campaign to Assist Migrants by Providing Essential Items to Protect Their Physical and Mental Health During COVID-19.
Cairo, 9 June 2020 – As part of the “1,000s Of Kits for 1,000 Families” campaign, IOM Egypt organized a week-long collaboration with migrants and community leaders, where various awareness-raising events and distributions took place.
IOM Egypt Continues Distributions of Food and Essential Items to Already Vulnerable Migrants in Alexandria Endangered by the COVID-19 Pandemic
Alexandria, 13 May 2020 – In response to COVID-19, IOM Egypt continues to distribute food baskets and essential items to vulnerable migrants in Alexandria. Many of these migrants were already vulnerable prior to the pandemic, and have since lost their source of income due the lockdown.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Egypt and the Government of Egypt Sign the Amendment Regarding the Legal Status, Benefits and Immunities of the Organization In Egypt
Cairo, 4 May 2020 – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs hosted the signing ceremony of an amendment to the agreement between the Egyptian government and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) that was concluded on May 21, 1995 related to the legal status, benefits and immunities of the Organization in Egypt and considering the presence of two IOM offices in the country,