If calling from Vietnam:
If calling from overseas:
IOM first began operations in Vietnam in 1987 and continues to operate under a Memorandum of Understanding with Vietnam's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, signed in 1991. IOM's Mission in Vietnam is located in Hanoi and IOM maintains a sub-office in Ho Chi Minh City. IOM Vietnam currently has over 60 well-trained and experienced staff, dedicated to assisting the government and the people of Vietnam in the field of migration.
Key service areas in IOM Vietnam:
In 1998, IOM implemented a pilot "Anti-Trafficking Information Campaign" with the Vietnam Women's Union (VWU).
In 2000, IOM and the central VWU implemented a National Anti-Trafficking information Campaign in 14 selected provinces and cities of Vietnam. The campaign aims to inform the public about the danger of trafficking and raise awareness on the issue. In the same year, IOM began its participation in the organization's multi-year regional program for the Return and Reintegration Assistance to Trafficking Victims in 6 countries in the Mekong Sub-Region.
In 2004, IOM provided assistance to the VWU with capacity building in the prevention of trafficking in women and children, and to the Little Rose Shelter in Ho Chi Minh City with the reintegration of trafficked and vulnerable children.
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