The platform known in the International Organization for Migration (IOM) parlance as Migration for Development in Africa (MIDA) is a holistic approach
to development programming that provides durable solutions to governments in
need by using the country's diaspora as the primary instrument. The Programme
which comes under the Labour Mobility and Human Development Division is so
flexible that it works well at all levels of government. MIDA can be calibrated
to provide solutions wherever gaps are needed to be filled. In many cases, MIDA
serves as a component of a broader development scheme. MIDA complements key
partners' broader development strategies by providing support to the social and
economic advancement of developing countries, to foster their national human
resource development and to counter the negative effects of "brain
drain" by encouraging "brain circulation" instead.
Under the overall guidance of the Garowe General Hospital Director, the Pediatrician will work at the Pediatric Department to improve the quality of health services by strengthening the skills and knowledge of the junior doctors and advanced nurses currently working at Garowe hospital and also in ot...
About Kismayo General Hospital Kismayo general hospital was built in 1931 by the Italian Government. Since its completion till now, the hospital has been functional in different circumstances. The civil war in Somalia affected the hospital operational activities and capacity. This has hampered the ...
Education sector context Somalia is characterized by three main administrations namely Somaliland, Puntland and Somali Federal Government, each having their own Ministry of Education, Culture and Higher Education. Each zone is at very different levels of educational development and as a result educ...
The Regional Office of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Brussels is establishing a roster of experts for short and mid- term consultancies (maximum 60 days) to respond to requests for technical assistance by African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries, particularly in the migration areas of remittances, visas and readmission
While MIDA FINNSOM Health is geared towards the Somali-Finnish diaspora, we also welcome Somalia diaspora applicants from other countries. Note that preference may be given to applicants who were successful participants in the Phase II project. Lastly, we highly encourage the participation of women in MIDA FINNSOM Health
The Call for proposal for social and entrepreneurial projects is open to Somali individuals or associations residing in Italy. TERMS OF REFERENCE- Provision of business-start up and management training service for socio-entrepreneurial projects to Somali diaspora and their Somali partners in Somalia/Somaliland
Look at some of the recent projects we have completed for our partner organizations