Chanteur(euse) ou Rappeur(euse)

Le Mali est un important carrefour migratoire (pays d’origine, de transit et de destination) vu sa
position stratégique en Afrique de l’Ouest. Entre Juin 2018 et Juin 2019, une moyenne de 354 migrants
par jour passent par les points de Suivi de Mouvement (FMP) de l’OIM. Ces migrants dont 7% sont des
mineurs (accompagnés, séparés, ou non-accompagnés), sont exposés à des risques très élevés de
devenir victimes de traite des personnes et d’exploitation.

Stagiaire en RH

Sous la supervision directe de l’Assistant RH Senior et sous la supervision générale du
Ressource Management Officer, le/la stagiaire assistera les activités opérationnelles du
Département des Ressources Humaines au sein de l’OIM Mali.


 

Assistant RH

Sous la supervision générale du Resource Management Officer (RMO), et sous la supervision
directe de l’Assistant RH Senior, l’Assistant RH participera à la mise en œuvre des tâches de
l’unité ressources humaines.

Programme Officer (DTM)

Under the direct supervision of the Chief of Mission in IOM Mali, and in close coordination with
the relevant Heads of Units at IOM Mali, the Regional Office (RO) in Dakar and the
Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Support Unit in Geneva, the successful candidate will be
responsible for overseeing all DTM related activities including , coordination, supervision and
implementation in Mali, funded by various donors.

Operations Officer

Under the direct supervision of the IOM Chief of Mission in Mali, and in coordination, the
Regional Office in Dakar, and relevant units at Headquarters, the successful candidate will be
responsible and accountable for coordinating all movements related to the projects and
programmes in IOM Mali. The Operations Officer will oversee movements support functions in
Mali, ensuring timely implementation of movements in accordance with IOM procedures and
guidelines.

Floods and Intercommunal Violence in Central Mali: Thousands of Displaced Persons Await Humanitarian Assistance

Mopti  –  Recent heavy rains in the Mopti region of Mali have caused floods, aggravating the already precarious situation of the 50,254 internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the region. Humanitarian assistance now is on its way to help the most vulnerable households.
Since last week, more than 800 IDPs have already been provided with tents, while 70 kits including mosquito nets, clothing, shoes, hygiene products and other items have been distributed by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Mali.