Over the reporting period, 289 entries and 21 exits were recorded at Kismayo check points. Approximately half of the new arrivals said that their reason for displacement was due to lack of food (42%). In addition, 34 per cent cited insecurity, 13 per cent cited health and 8 per cent cited education as their reason for displacement. This week most of the new arrivals came from Kismayo (38%) and Badhaadhe (15%) districts, with the remaining arriving from Buale (15%), Jamame (11%), Jilib (11%), and a few other locations. Most of these new arrivals were heading to IDP sites in the Galbet Section (32%) and Central Section (32%). The remaining arrivals went to Dalxiska Section (21%) and Fanole Section (15%).
- Somalia — Kismayo Movement Trend Tracking Report (23—29 March 2018)
- Lake Chad Basin Crisis — Monthly Dashboard 1 (April 2018)