Kazakhstan — Quarterly Compilation Report 1 (October - December 2022)




Période couverte
Oct 01 2022
Dec 31 2022
  • Survey
  • Flow Monitoring Survey
  • Flow Monitoring
  • Mobility Tracking

In 2022 the International Organization for Migration (initiated the implementation of the Labour Migration Programme Central Asia,' which is financed by the Swiss Development and Cooperation Agency. The program's primary objective is to establish secure, well organized, and systematic recruitment pathways that address the demands of employers, safeguard the rights of migrant workers and increase developmental impacts in both the origin and destination countries. The project focuses on Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.

The Displacement Tracking Matrix (is a method that collects and examines data to share essential information about the movement, susceptibilities, and necessities of displaced and moving groups. These data help decision makers and responders offer more suitable aid to these populations. 

Key informants were interviewed during focus group sessions to identify locations with migrant presence. Results of the Baseline Assessment show that 668,422 migrant workers were present in Kazakhstan at the moment of data collection. The biggest share of migrant workers was located in the Mangystau region (31.9%), Almaty region (18.8%), and Almaty city (18.1%). The smallest share of migrant workers was residing in the West-Kazakhstan region (0.4%), East-Kazakhstan region (0.5%), and North-Kazakhstan region (0.7%).