Health Promotion for Migrants
The EQUI-HEALTH action aims to improve the access and appropriateness of health care services, health promotion and prevention to meet the needs of migrants, the Roma and other vulnerable ethnic minority groups, including irregular migrants residing in the European Union/European Economic Area.
- Partnership on Health and Mobility in East and Southern Africa (PHAMESA)
The PHAMESA regional programme offers a comprehensive public health approach, addressing health concerns that particularly affect migrants and mobile populations, primarily labour migrants and mobile workers, forced migrants, and irregular migrants, with focus on HIV prevention, treatment and care, and related conditions like TB and reproductive health throughout all phases of the migration process.
- TB REACH Projects
The IOM TB REACH projects in Cambodia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR), Myanmar, Nepal and Thailand aim to increase case detection of TB, detect the disease as early as possible, and ensure timely and complete treatment while maintaining high TB cure rates. TB REACH focuses on reaching people with limited or no access to TB services and looking for innovative ways to do this.