Duration: October 2009 - January 2014
Implementing Agencies: FAO, UNIDO, UNFPA, IOM, UNDP, UNESCO, UNHCR, WHO
By taking an integrated and coordinated approach across different sectors, the programme promoted greater equity and resilience, increased income generation opportunities, and improved the provision of social services in Mae Hong Son, the least developed and fragile province in Thailand.
Duration: April 2006 - May 2009
Implementing Agencies: ILO
The programme contributed to the reduction of human trafficking for sexual and labour exploitation in Thailand and the Philippines by assisting, empowering and protecting returned victims through immediate and long-term socio-economic responses such as home visits; legal and psychosocial counseling; provision of health care and vocational training, as well as awareness raising on safe migration and how best to assist returnees in their reintegration.
Duration: September 2005 - September 2009
Implementing Agencies: WHO
The programme sought to enhance the capacities of both host communities and local authorities to deliver improved healthcare services to sick migrants who had arrived through irregular migratory channels and often refrained from seeking medical care due to fear of deportation, financial constraints, or language barriers.
Duration: February 2005 - December 2007
Implementing Agencies: UNDP
Responding to the interconnectivity between HIV/AIDS vulnerability and population mobility, the programme sought to reduce the social stigma attached to those infected, and build sustainable community resilience to HIV/AIDS in source communities in northern Thailand.
Duration: January 2000 - January 2001
Implementing Agencies: ESCAP
In response to the Asian Financial Crisis, the programme worked to improve the quality of life in low-income communities by enabling targeted groups to design and implement policies and plans of actions that were in line with their needs and vulnerabilities.