Strengthening Partnerships for Combatting Human Trafficking in Sri Lanka: Commemorating the World Day against Human Trafficking
Welcome to IOM Sri Lanka
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) works to encourage social and economic development through migration, and remains committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society. IOM in Sri Lanka works in close partnership with national and local government institutions, non-governmental agencies, grass-roots, community organizations and the donor community, to assist national entities to address pressing and complex challenges in migration management, to respond to the needs created by humanitarian emergencies in the country and to ensure improved living conditions for vulnerable communities.
IOM Sri Lanka Country Strategy 2018 - 2020
Building upon the achievements and lessons learnt during the last country strategy cycle, IOM Country Strategy 2018 - 2020 articulates IOM’s strategic approach to addressing current and emerging migration realities in Sri Lanka through priority areas of cooperation to be pursued in its country programming.
At the country level, IOM’s strategic priorities support Sri Lanka Vision 2025 – the country’s main development framework, and contribute to the United Nations Sustainable Development Framework (UNSDF) 2018-2022, which IOM is a part of. Many of the activities outlined in this document build upon current programming and partnerships that IOM has established under the previous country strategy.
Sri Lanka National Police Commission Launches a Public Complaint Management System
The National Police Commission (NPC) of Sri Lanka today announced the launch of a new web based Public Complaint Management System (PCMS). The system will significantly contribute to NPC’s vision of fostering a safe, secure and peaceful society through a credible, independent and professional Police service.
Colombo, Sri Lanka
28 January 2019