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Azerbaijan has been an IOM Member State
since 2001


United Nations – Azerbaijan Partnership Framework for 2016-2020

UNAPF is the result of a consultative process between the United Nations Country Team, the Government of Azerbaijan, representatives of civil society and other development partners working in the country.


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About Kahriz

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 Public service announcement has been produced and broadcasted in the framework of the project “Secondary school education in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia to contribute to the prevention of trafficking in persons”.


The International Organization for Migration (IOM) presence in Azerbaijan dates back to 1996 with the establishment of the IOM Baku office in January. In August 2006, IOM's sub-office in the country was opened in Mingachevir. Sub-office  in Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic functioned between 1998-2011. On 8 December 1999, the Agreement establishing the legal basis for further development of friendly cooperation between IOM and the Republic of Azerbaijan in handling migration issues has been signed. Following the Agreement's ratification by the National Assembly of the Republic of Azerbaijan on 8 February 2000, the Council of IOM, at its 81st Session in Geneva, agreed to accept Azerbaijan as an IOM Member State on 7 June 2001. Since the inauguration of its Baku office in January 1996, IOM has been implementing a variety of projects in consistence with its mission to assist the Government of Azerbaijan in meeting the operational challenges of migration, advance understanding of migration issues, encourage social and economic development, and uphold the human dignity and well-being of migrants. More specifically, the intervention areas of IOM in Azerbaijan through the provision of technical assistance to the government are:

  • Legislation development and adjustment

  • Border Management;

  • Prevention of irregular migration, in particular human  smuggling and human trafficking;

  • Facilitation of migration dialogue;

  • Community development and micro credits;

  • Provision of water by rehabilitation of subterranean water systems called 'chaheriz';

  • Movement assistance;

  • Assisted return and reintegration;

On 23 February 2017, IOM organized a Monitoring & Evaluation and Reporting training for 13 participants from three NGO shelters -Clean World, Azerbaijan Children Union, TAMAS Regional Development Public Unions.
Increased understanding on health consequences to victims of human trafficking
IOM continues its efforts to empower vulnerable groups in Azerbaijan
On 19 December 2016, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) together with the State Migration Service and the Office of the Ombudsperson of the Republic of Azerbaijan organized an event to mark the ‘International Migrants’ Day and IOM’s 65th Anniversary as well as IOM’s 20th Anniversary in Azerbaijan and the 15th Anniversary of the Republic of Azerbaijan’s Membership in IOM.
IOM continues its work to further enhance the capacities of local NGOs and media/press representatives in monitoring, identifying, reporting and referring trafficking in persons and labor exploitation cases
IOM and Government of the Republic of Azerbaijan Signed Cooperation Agreement for Launching a Pilot Project on Voluntary Return of Migrants from Azerbaijan
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