This week, 718 new arrivals zero exits were recorded at Baidoa check points. This is the sixth week in a row with no exit. The number of arrivals reported this week was higher than the number recorded last week. The key driving factors for displacements in to Baidoa were prolonged drought and insecurity at their village of origin. As for why IDPs were entering Baidoa this week, all the new entries cited either insecurity (36%), water (35%), lack of food (27%) or access to health (2%) as the key driving factors for displacement into the IDP sites in Baidoa.
- Libya — Return Intention Survey 1 (March 2018)
- Somalia — Baidoa Movement Trend Tracking (23—29 March 2018)