and Public Health and covered diverse groups of migrant population residing in Georgia such as internal forcefully displaced migrants, returned migrants, foreign migrant students, asylum seekers, trafficked persons and foreign migrant detainees. The Survey studied the prevalence and risk factors of non-communicable diseases among these groups, and focused as well on the knowledge, attitude and practices of Georgiaís migrant population pertaining to NCDs.
The presentation will be attended by the IOMís migration and health department epidemiology and research coordinator, chief of IOM Mission to Georgia, director of the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health and representatives of Georgian governmental and non-governmental agencies working on health, penitentiary and IDP/refugee issues.
The presentation will be held at hotel Courtyard Marriott,
4 Freedom square, at 10 am.
Interested journalists can contact:
Nino Sanikidze, International Organization for Migration, Mission to Georgia,
Tel: (995 32) 2 25 22 16.
Mob. 599 719 710