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IOM

Index and Option Market

A division of the Merc that trades stock index futures and most options. It was established in 1982. See also: IMM.
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With the ongoing movement of IDPs into the Malakal PoC site, IOM is continuing to prioritize strengthening of health service provision.
Minister Kubuabola welcomed the establishment of an IOM office in Suva and offered to assist in the establishment process.
At its best an IOM approach aimed to co-ordinate all relevant agencies to deliver interventions for offenders identified as warranting intensive engagement, whatever their statutory status.
The IOM, a nonprofit, non-governmental entity that provides science-based advice on matters of biomedical science, medicine and health, defines health literacy as "The ability to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions.
IOM will prioritize such IDP women living within IDP camps/sites and provide them with vocational trainings so as to diversify their livelihoods and build their resilience to shocks, including conflicts and natural disasters," the statement read.
Given the time frame and the resources we have, it's the best we can do,'' said Jeremy Copeland, a spokesman for the IOM, based in Jordan.
Giordano said that the IOM has carried out till 2010 around 600 projects aiming to support the relevant governmental bodies to help the local communities in several areas.
The IOM quoted them as saying that the agent, who received $500 from each of the men, disappeared with their passports.
The International organisation of migration (IOM) announced on Friday, that it was seeking to evacuate the growing number of migrants in need of help in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, IOM Spokeswoman Jemini Pandya isaid in a press briefing in Geneva.
Since its establishment in 1951 IOM has been operating throughout the world on the basis of its belief that migration - if dignified, orderly and voluntary - is of benefit to the individuals concerned and society as a whole.
The IOM report will be published in a document of about 150 pages, including an executive summary' of about 7 pages.
IOM committee chairman Robert Lawrence, a professor of preventive medicine at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, says that, although initial response by OMB and numerous federal agencies to the report has been good, prospects for specific revisions to current efforts and policies are unclear.