IOM Thailand COVID-19 Response

The COVID-19 situation is evolving rapidly, and migrants are some of the most affected. IOM Thailand is monitoring border movements and providing assistance to migrants and the Royal Thai Government. On this page you can find updates and information from IOM Thailand regarding its response to COVID-19 in the area of migration.

Latest Updates

IOM holds ceremony to hand over Canadian funded travel document examination equipment and tools to Thai Immigration Bureau to help combating transnational crime

Bangkok, Thailand - IOM handed over Canadian funded travel document examination equipment and tools in order to strengthen Thai Immigration Bureau’s effort in combatting migrant smuggling and...

Social Cohesion: Recognizing Migration is a Benefit that Works for All

12/18/19 - Too often, when we speak of migrants, we find ourselves having to speak about moments of extreme hardship, caught up in a narrative  of crisis. Those who find ...

Thailand Celebrates International Migrants Day through Global Migration Film Festival

The Fourth Global Migration Film Festival will open in Bangkok on Thursday 28th November, leading up to International Migrants Day on 18th December.


FEATURE: How Fish Snacks are Empowering Women in Thailand’s South

Read how a group of women have come together to improve their livelihoods with the help of IOM and the EU.

View Story Here

IOM Thailand National Strategy (2017-2020)

Programmatic objectives and priorities for IOM as the leading migration agency in Thailand.

Download Strategy Here

VIDEO: Start Smart, End with Success

Animation developed by IOM Thailand to raise awareness of safe migration among migrants in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.

Watch Video Here