IOM Today

An intergovernmental organization established in 1951, IOM is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society.

  • 155 Member States and 11 state observers
  • More than 470 field locations
  • More than 7,800 staff working on more than 2,700 projects
  • More than US$ 1.2 billion expenditures in 2012



IOM Internship Opportunities

ROC-2014-07 Regional Migration Policy Intern, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok (Closing 20 June 2014)

ROVN-2014-09 National Administrative and Finance Officer, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok (Closing 4 July 2014)

THVN-2014-032 Migration Health Physician, Migration Health Assessment Center- Bangkok (Closing 23 Jul 14)

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Welcome to IOM Thailand

Established in 1951, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration and works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental partners.

IOM has a strong presence in Thailand, which has been a member state of IOM since 1986 and is currently home to:

  • IOM Thailand Country Office in Bangkok
  • IOM Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific
  • Regional Support Office (RSO)
  • IOM UK TB programme office and TB Lab
  • Sub-Office in Mae Sot 
  • Sub-Office in Mae Hong Son
  • Sub-Office in Mae Sariang
  • Sub-Office in Pawai
  • Sub-Office in Chiang Mai
  • Processing Centre in Mae Sot
  • Processing Centre in Mae Hong Son
  • Processing Centre in Mae Sariang
  • Airport Office, Suvarnabhumi International Airport
  • Labour Migration staff at the Ministry of Labour
  • Field presence in: Chaing Rai, Tak, Saraburi, Sanklaburi, Ratchaburi, Ranong, Phang Nga
  • Field presence in the nine refugee camps along the Thai-Myanmar border

In Thailand, IOM is active in a number of different areas including Labour Migration, Counter-Trafficking, Migration Health, Resettlement and Movement ManagementEmergency and Post-CrisisAssisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration, and is implementing the United Kingdom Pre-Departure Tuberculosis Detection programme.

For further information on these and other activities, please refer to the Activities and Featured Projects above. For job vacancies, please click here.