International Organization for Migration, Nepal

International Organization for Migration, Nepal

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Contacts 3
Tenders 13
Grants 0
Jobs 5
Contractors 0
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Last update: May 25, 2023 Last update: 25 May, 2023
General
Contacts3
Tenders13
Grants 0
Jobs 5
CSP 0
Contractors 0
Awards 0
Pricing strategy 0

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Nepal became an IOM member state in 2006. In 2007, the Government of Nepal (GoN) and IOM signed a memorandum of understanding to encourage cooperation and the delivery of services to Nepal, which is a country of origin, transit and destination in terms of migration. IOM’s initial focus was on refugee resettlement.  Since then, with its staff of 400 (374 national and 26 international, as of May 2013), IOM has diversified its areas of cooperation with the GoN into various fields.

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