IOM supports the operation of 12 health facilities in Somalia, including 9 static health centres and isolation centers, 3 mobile clinics, 2 transit centres and 3 Migration Response Centres (MRCs). The health centres provide primary healthcare services to migrants, hard-to-reach populations, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and host communities, with strong emphasis on maternal health, child nutrition, immunization and outreach programmes for awareness raising and early diagnosis.
- Primary healthcare services providing prevention, early diagnosis, treatment, and vaccination of communicable diseases as well as antenatal and maternal health services iIntegrated therapeutic nutrition clinics integrated in the static health centres to provide Outpatient Therapeutic Programme (OTP) for malnourished children under 5 years old.
- Support to community health workers, outreach teams and mobile clinics for health promotion, health education, community feedback and engagement, and early diagnosis
- Medical services and psychosocial support to migrants and returnees in the community and transit centres and MRCs.
- Clinical mentorship for HIV/TB.
- Strengthening of local health systems through coordination with local authorities and government counterparts.