Desk Review Report (April 2017)

Enable a better understanding of migration flows and its root causes from Ethiopia towards Europe.

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 DTM support team and relevant IOM field missions funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

South Sudan — Bentiu POC Population Count (13—15 May 2017)

Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) have been sheltering at the Bentiu protection of civilian site (PoC) since December 2013. There are currently 119,139 IDPs seeking protection in the site. Humanitarian partners and UNMISS are working with the communities to improve the living conditions in the site.

South Sudan — Flow Monitoring Weekly Report (15—21 September 2017)

IOM conducts 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.

Nepal — Floods Displacement Report 1 (21–29 August 2017)

Out of the 5,072 displaced persons from 1,045 households and 18 sites covered by the DTM, 100 percent of sites are spontaneous settlements. There are no formal camps. Only 22 percent of sites have some form of site management committee. In Banke, 75 percent of sites have some form of site management committee and in Saptari 25 percent of sites has some form of site management committee. Only 6 percent of sites reported having no access to local health facilities/ services. The most commonly reported health problem is cough, skin diseases followed by diarrhea and fever. The most common type of shelter is makeshift/tarpaulin. It accounted for 67 percent of sites. The most requested NFIs are CGIs followed by blanket and mosquito net. 50 percent of sites reported having no treatment of water before consumption. 72 percent of sites reported having no toilets. 67 percent of sites reported having no system of garbage/waste disposal method.

IOM Return of Undocumented Afghans Weekly Situation Report (20—26 August 2017)

A total of 1,146 undocumented Afghans spontaneously returned or were deported from Pakistan through the Turkman (Nangarhar province) and Spin Boldak (Kandahar province) border crossings from 20 to 26 August 2017. Of the total returnees, 1,025 were spontaneous returnees and 121 were deported. This number is a 26% increase compared to the previous week. The total number of undocumented Afghan returnees from Pakistan since 01 January 2017 is now 83,337. IOM provided post-arrival assistance to 90% of undocumented Afghan returnees from Pakistan (1,036 individuals), including 906 individuals in poor families, 98 individuals in single parent families and 20 special cases.

IOM Return of Undocumented Afghans Weekly Situation Report (13—19 August 2017)

A total of 10,248 undocumented Afghans spontaneously returned or were deported from Iran through the Milak (Nimroz province) border crossing between 13— 19 August 2017, a 17% increase from the previous week. The total number of undocumented returneesfrom Iran since 1 January 2017 is now 225,332. Meanwhile, a total of 905 undocumented Afghans spontaneously returned or were deported from Pakistan through the Turkham (Nangarhar province) and Spin Boldak (Kandahar province) border crossings during the same time period. This is a 39% decrease compared to the previous week. The total number of undocumented Afghan returnees from Pakistan since 1 January 2017 is now 82,191.

DTM Nigeria — Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) 14–27 August 2017

From 14 to 22 August 2017, arrivals were registered in the following Local Government Areas: Bama (20), Damboa (23), Dikwa (22), Gubio (20), Gwoza (738), Kaga (28), Konduga (13), Kukawa (48), Mafa (63), Monguno (42), Ngala (392), Madagali (1,511), and Shelleng (159). Departures were registered in Bama (14), Kaga (6), and Jere (11). The most urgent humanitarian needs include shelter (Gwoza, Kukawa, Ngala), non-food items (Dikwa, Kukawa, Ngala, Madagali), food (Dikwa, Gwoza, Kukawa, Ngala), and water (Gwoza, Ngala). As of 22 August, a total of 927,190 IDPs have been identified in Bama (56,618), Damboa (77,662), Dikwa (100,441), Gwoza (72,484), Gubio (5,953), Kaga (19,789), Konduga (107,660), Mafa (6,968), Monguno (123,429), Ngala (44,862), Kukawa (14,963), Jere (275,273), Madagali (20,178), and Shelleng (910).

DTM Nigeria — Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) 7–13 August 2017

The DTM emergency tracking tool was deployed to track and provide up-to-date information on sudden displacement and other population movements in: Bama, Chibok, Damboa, Dikwa, Gwoza, Kaga, Kala Balge, Konduga, Kukawa, Mafa, Monguno Mubi South and Michika.

Libya — Detention Centre Profiles (August 2017)

This file contains Libya detention centre profiles for Abusliem, Al Kufra, Benghazi al Wafiah, Gharyan al Hamra, Mitiga, Salah Aldin, Shahhat, Tajoura, Tobruk, Toukra, Trig al Matar, Trig al Seka, and Trig al Shook. 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.