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IOM directly engaged IDP and returnee households, communities, local authorities and other stakeholders in identifying and designing key interventions

IOM directly engaged IDP and returnee households, communities, local authorities and other stakeholders in identifying and designing key interventions

In communities of return, integration or relocation, and in communities where returnees are living in severe conditions, IOM provided a multi-sectoral set of activities and services through an area-based approach aimed at reducing identified barriers to returns and at increasing the likelihood of successful (re)integration of IDPs, and at the same time minimizing potential risks of tensions in communities. These activities included shelter rehabilitation or reconstruction and improving access to basic services, such as water, electricity, education and health, among others. IOM also conducted interventions targeted at mitigating the risk of climate-induced displacement, in particular related to drought, water scarcity and floods. Quick impact projects (QIPs) conducted to enable access to basic service for IDPs, returnees and host communities, and therefore support conditions for sustainable return and integration.

IOM also provided adapted legal support, protection, mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) and health assistance, in addition to referral to other services

IOM also seeks to address key needs related to employment and income generation for IDPs, returnees, host communities, and other target groups in creating conditions for successful, longer-term (re)integration and also enable communities to better absorb recent arrivals, avoid social tensions and improve the overall economic conditions in the community aiming towards durable solutions.

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