COVID-19: Migrant Story

Aung lives with his wife and their two young sons in Ranong. Aung has been living in Thailand for 15 years and works as a fisherman in Phuket. He normally commutes back to Ranong by bus once a month, but after coming home on 3 April was told he would not be able to return to work again until June. His wife does not have permanent job as she has to take care of their children. Their elder son, who is 8 years old, was studying in a migrant learning centre. However, he now stays at home as the migrant learning centre is closed.

 

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IOM's COVID-19 Information Cards for Travelers and Migrants Highlighted During Thailand's COVID19 Situation Update

Supported by the Australian Government, IOM Thailand, in partnership with the Bureau of Risk Communication and Health Behavior, designed information cards on COVID-19 protection for travelers and migrants in 5 languages. The cards were highlighted during an update from the Thai government regarding Thailand's COVID19 situation on 21 January 2021.

IOM-Supported MitrThai Migrant Information Highlighted During Thailand's COVID19 Situation Update

The IOM-supported MitrThai migrant information was highlighted during an update from the Thai government regarding Thailand's COVID19 situation on 18 January 2021, reporting from the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) at Government House.

Marine Police Division and IOM partnership: Pilot Capacity Building Initiative

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has collaborated with Marine Police Division for a new capacity building initiative on counter-migrant smuggling in the context of maritime borders. More Information Here

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