An intergovernmental organization established in 1951, IOM is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society.
- 162 Member States and 9 State Observers
- 401 offices with more than 9,000 staff
- 95% of staff members based in the Field, with a ratio of 1:8 international versus national staff
- Key areas of migration management include migration and development, facilitating migration, regulating migration and forced migration
Call for Proposal
Financial support mechanism to Third Parties Funded by the European Union
Deadline: 10 February 2017 at 17:00 Thailand local time
IOM Thailand Country Office
|IOM Thailand Country Office|
International Organization for Migration
18th Floor Rajanakarn Building
3 South Sathorn Road
Satorn District Bangkok 10120 Thailand
Phone: (66) 2-343-9300
Fax: (66) 2-343-9399
Migration Health Assessment Center (MHAC Bangkok)
Tuberculosis (TB) screening for the UK, AUS & CAN
120 Kasemkij Building, 8th floor
Silom Road, Bangrak,
Tel: (66) 2-234-7950-5
Fax: (66) 2-234-7956
The Kasemkij Building, in which IOM-MHAC Programme Bangkok shares office, is conveniently located on Silom Road, opposite the CP Tower Building and is within walking distance from Saladang BTS Sky train station. Since Silom area is considered the financial and business center, the Silom road is very congested especially during the rush hours. Therefore, the public transportation is highly recommended. You can reach the International Organization for Migration (IOM-MHAC) Office by various modes of transportation.
By BTS Sky train (MHAC Office):
Take BTS sky train (Silom Line) heading for Saladang S2 Station (Interchange station with MRT subway).
Disembark at Saladang S2 Station and then take Exit No.1 walk out to Kasemkij Building.
By MRT Subway (MHAC Office):
Take MRT subway heading for Silom Station.
Disembark at Silom Station and take Exit No. 2
Walk straight to Silom Business area until arrive at the CP Tower (you can notice a big MC Donald shop and Watson Shop on its ground floor)
Cross the street and arrive at Kasemkij Building
By Bus (MHAC Office):
You can take metro bus No. 206, 501, 514, 136, 4, 12, 77, 137, 179, 15, 68, 76, 105, 140, 141, 53, 115, 64, 162, 163, 177, 164, 504, 28, 29, 32, 66, 67, 45, 75.
For taxi in Thai (MHAC Office):
120 อาคารเกษมกิจ (ตรงข้ามตึกซีพี ทาวเวอร์)
ถนนสีลม แขวงสีลม เขตบางรัก กรุงเทพ
Print out for the taxi.
By car (MHAC Office):
Please see the location map. You can park at CP Tower, Central Silom Complex, or Taniya Plaza. The parking cost shall be at your own expense. We are very sorry for the inconvenience.
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