Libya — Detention Centre Profile Generator (January 2018)

This is an interactive profile generator that displays profiles of Detention Centres based on data gathered through DTM Libya’s Mobility Tracking assessments. To use the generator, select the desired Detention Center from the dropdown list in cell E1 and the data in the form will automatically populate.

You can save each detention centre profile as a PDF by clicking on the “Export to PDF” button.

Libya — Detention Centre Profile Generator (December 2017)

This is an interactive profile generator that displays profiles of Detention Centres based on data gathered through DTM Libya’s Mobility Tracking assessments. To use the generator, select the desired Detention Center from the dropdown list in cell E1 and the data in the form will automatically populate.

You can save each detention centre profile as a PDF by clicking on the “Export to PDF” button.

Libya — Displacement Event Tracker (8—20 January 2018)

Published on a bi-weekly basis, the Displacement Event Tracker reports on incidents related to IDPs, returnees and migrants, especially in regards to large population movement updates.

In Tripoli, On 15th of January, heavy attacks were reported in Mitiga International Airport. In Benghazi, On 8th of January, In Thawra Echaabia muhalla 400 returnee families were reported as residing in schools. The main needs have been reported as shelter and medical assistance. In addition, Akharbish Muhalla was liberated from armed groups. Landmines claimed at leastfour lives in Al Sabri, Souq Al Hout areas.

Libya — Displacement Event Tracker (1—14 February 2018)

Published on a bi-weekly basis, the Displacement Event Tracker reports on incidents related to IDPs, returnees and migrants, especially in regards to large population movement updates.

In Bani Waleed, on 4th of February 600 Tawerghan IDP households were displaced in Qrart Alkataf as they attempted to return to Tawergha. In addition, On 14th February a road accident occurred involving 180 migrants resulting in 39 casualties and 19 victims. In Hrawa, On 2nd February 500 Tawerghan IDP households originating from eastern Libya attempted to return to their homes; Their main needs were shelter, medical assistance and food. On 6th of February 380 households returned to their original points of displacement within Benghazi. In Misrata, On 2nd of February 1500 Tawerghan IDP households from southern and western areas of Libya arrived at checkpoint 14. Their main needs were shelter, medical assistance and food.

DTM Libya — Migrant Report Information Package 17 (January — February 2018)

In Round 17 DTM Libya’s Mobility Tracking identified 704,142 migrants in 99 baladiyas and 5551 muhallas. 88% of identified migrants were men, while 12% were women. 10% of them were minors. The three main regions where migrants were recorded as present were Tripoli (22%), Almargeb (13%) and Misrata (13%). More than 40 nationalities were identified among the migrants, with Niger (17%), Egypt (17%) and Chad (14%) being the most represented. 70% of migrants lived in self-paid rented accommodation.

Libya — Tawergha Return Weekly Update 1 (16 February 2018)

Since August 2011, approximately 40,000 IDPs have been displaced from Tawergha. On the 1st of February, IDP households began returning to Tawergha from across the country. 187 households have currently reached Qararat Al-Katf and 97 households have reached Hawara.

DTM Mali Flow Monitoring Report No. 24

In Mali, the number of individuals observed at the 10 active Flow Monitoring Points in December 2017 was 7,367 (2,958 incoming and 4,40982 outgoing), bringing the total since June 2016 to 80,406 (14,636 incoming and 65,770 outgoing). The daily average of observed individuals in January 2018 was 238 per day, an increase of 11% compared to the previous month. Malian, Guinean, Ivorian, Senegalese and Gambian nationals accounted for 78% of all migrants recorded. 76% of migrants observed were men (a 2% decrease since December), and 12% of migrants were minors (an increase of 2% since December). Algeria, Mauritania, Burkina Faso and Niger are the main transit points after Mali.