As part of its tenth round of the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), the International Organization for Migration (IOM) conducted a Return Intention Survey targeting IDPs in the Far North Region of Cameroon. The survey was conducted in August 2017 in the six Departments of the Far North Region: Diamare, Mayo-Danay, Mayo-Kani, Mayo-Tsanaga, Mayo-Sava, and Logone-et-Chari. A total of 2,335 IDP households were interviewed in 496 localities.
Since 17th of September, Sabratha has witnessed clashes between armed groups leading to the initial displacement of 3,100 households (15,135 individuals) and up to 4,000 migrants. To date the 2,350 households (11,350 individuals) remain displaced across the Mantikas of Zwara and Azzawaya. The population of Sabratha is reported at 80,472* with those most affected by the recent conflict residing in the city center in the Assuk, Al wadi, Dahman al sharkiyah muhalla. Up to 3,100 households (15,135 individuals) were reported as having been initially displaced with latest number being recorded at 2,350 households (11,350 individuals).
In Round 12 DTM Libya’s Mobility Tracking identified 400,445 migrants across all 22 mantikas (regions) in Libya. Migrants were identified in 99 baladiyas and 519 muhallas. The three main regions where migrants were recorded as present were Misrata (19%), Tripoli (16%) and Almargeb (10%).
A total of 1,138 undocumented Afghans spontaneously returned or were deported from Pakistan through the Turkham (Nangarhar) and Spin Boldak (Kandahar) border crossings from 1—7 October, according to the Border Monitoring Team of the Directorate of Refugees and Repatriation (DoRR). A total of 8,708 undocumented Afghans spontaneously returned or were deported from Iran mainly through the Milak (Nimroz) border crossing between 1—7 October, 34% less than in the previous week.
DTM Emergency tracking tool was deployed to track and provide up to date information on sudden displacement and population movements in: Askira, Borno, Bama, Chibok, Damboa, Dikwa, Gublo, Gwoza, Konduga, Kukawa, Lamurde, Madagali, Mafa, Monguno, Ngala, Nganzai in Borno State and Lamurde, Michika, Mubi North and Mubi South in Adamawa State.
“ENABLING A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF MIGRATION FLOWS (AND ITS ROOT-CAUSES) FROM NIGERIA TOWARDS EUROPE – DESK-REVIEW REPORT”
This desk review report is part of the outputs of the first phase of IOM’s project implementation on data collection to enable a better understanding of migration flows from Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan and Somalia towards Europe, a collaborative effort by the DTM support team and relevant IOM field missions funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
This report provides an overview of the movements of internally displaced persons (IDPs) since 2013. The largest movement of IDPs took place in 2015: 21% of all identified IDPs were displaced during the period of January to April 2015 while 32% were displaced between May and December 2015.
This document provides a snapshot of the current situation in the area of Dominica’s capital Roseau, following Hurricane Maria which made landfall on the island on 19 September 2017. Before Hurricane Maria, a list had been provided by the Dominican government to redirect displaced individuals to 143 shelter sites. Out of these pre-determined sites, a total of 14 shelter sites, all situated in the Roseau area, were visited and assessed on 27 and 28 September 2017. While three were closed due to damages, the remaining 11 shelters were functioning and hosting a total of 407 people. All of the shelters are collective centers that receive private donations, mainly churches, community centers and schools.
Since January 2017, overall, 87,190 returnees have been reported returning through Torkham and Chaman/Spin Boldak. Between 17—23 September, 1,307 returnees were recorded. Main push factors are returning to home and lack of documentation, while the main pull factor was the reunion with family or relatives.
The map provides an overview of 165 emergency shelters in Dominica and includes the location and status of the shelters, as of 01 October 2017.