From 11 November to 7 December, 1,635 locations in collective sites and host communities were assessed by NPM enumerators. These locations are located within two formal refugee camps, three makeshift settlements established before the August 2017 influx, thirty-three new spontaneous settlements both around and separate from the refugee camps and makeshift settlements, and 65 locations where Rohingya were identified living in host communities. In total, an estimated 866,000 individuals (in 194,603 households) are living in these 1,635 locations. Of these, 16.27% are single mothers, 4.54 live with a serious medical condition, and 4.16% are older persons at risk.
In Mali, the number of individuals observed at the Flow Monitoring Points in November 2017 was 6,245 (1,917 incoming and 4,328 outgoing), bringing the total since June 2016 to 66,376 (9,005 incoming and 57,371 outgoing). The daily average of observed individuals in October 2017 was 208 per day, a decrease of 5% compared to the previous month. Malian, Guinean, Ivorian, Senegalese and Gambian nationals accounted for 83% of all migrants recorded. 84% of migrants observed were men (a ratio consistent with that in October), and 6% of migrants were minors (a decrease of 1% since October). Algeria, Mauritania, Burkina Faso and Niger are the main transit points after Mali.
DTM Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) was deployed to track and provide up to date information on sudden displacement and population movements in: Askira, Bama, Chibok, Damboa, Dikwa, Gubio, Gwoza, Jere, Kaga, Kala/Balge, Konduga, Kukawa, Mafa, Maiduguri, Monguno, Ngala, Ngazai and Hong in Borno State and Madagali, Magumeri, Michika, Mobbar, Mubi North, Mubi South, Yola North and Yola South in Adamawa State.
IOM conducted flow monitoring at various cross border points, transit areas, PoCs, and IDP Collective sites across South Sudan. Flow monitoring captures the movement dynamics of the displaced population in the country. 1,967 individuals were recorded transiting through the three Flow Monitoring points in Juba City (Gumbo Park, Customs Park & Juba Port), while 932 individuals were recorded transiting through the Flow Monitoring point in Old Fangak Port and 584 were recorded transiting in and out of the PoC in Abyei Amiet Park.
Since January 2017, overall, 96,014 returnees have been reported returning through Torkham and Chaman/Spin Boldak. Between 3-9 December, 426 returnees were recorded. Main push factors are economic factors and the wish to return home, while the main pull factors were returning to own country and reunion with family/relatives.
Since January 2017, overall, 94,986 returnees have been reported returning through Torkham and Chaman/Spin Boldak. Between 19-25 November, 571 returnees were recorded. Main push factors are the fear of being deported and economic factors, while the main pull factor was the wish to return to own country.
This file contains Libya detention centre profiles for Al Kufra, Gharyan Al Hamra, Shahhat, Tajoura, Tobruk, Trig Al Seka, Azzawya Shuhada Al Nasr, Zwara, Abusliem, Azzawya Abu Issa, Sabratha Melita, Benghazi al Wafiah, Ejdabia, and Zliten. The displayed information concerns the detention centre, demographics and shelter, vulnerable populations, main nationalities present, and sectorial data (health, WASH, food, protection, site facility information, access to information and information sources).
Furthermore included are a full detention centre data set and map, a Migration Management Working Group map (4Ws), terms and definitions, methodology, enumerator guidelines and detention centre assessment form.
Since January 2017, overall, 94,415 returnees have been reported returning through Torkham and Chaman/Spin Boldak. Between 12-18 November, 821 returnees were recorded. Main push factors are the fear of being deported and economic factord, while the main pull factor was the wish to return to own country.