Recent crises, such as the Tohoku triple disaster in Japan, Hurricane Sandy in the United States and the conflicts in Libya and Yemen, have shown that migrants can face specific challenges in times of crisis: they may lack sufficient information and resources to help themselves or find protection, they may be discriminated against, or be unwilling or unable to seek the help of emergency responders, they may not speak the local language, they may not have access to support networks and welfare assistance. In order to contribute to addressing this issue, over the last few years, IOM has engaged in the Migrants In Countries in Crisis (MICIC) Initiative. This was a state-led effort launched to raise awareness on the specific challenges migrants face when the country they live and work in, or transit through, is affected by a conflict or natural disaster, and to recommend actions and gather evidence on how to effectively reduce their specific vulnerability. The aim of this Capstone is to evaluate the impact of IOM’s MICIC activities on policies and frameworks of selected countries, practices of key institutions and awareness on relevant issue of their personnel.