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À propos North Macedonia
Located on the Western Balkans region, North Macedonia is a country of origin, transit, and destination of migrants. As a result of the increase of flows towards Europe since 2015, and as part of the monitoring of mixed migration flows by land and by sea to Europe, DTM was activated in North Macedonia and continues to carry out Flow Monitoring (FM) and Flow Monitoring Survey (FMS). FM compiles baseline daily updates on the number of migrants entering and exiting North Macedonia. FMS are carried out on a regular basis to collect primary data on migrants’ profiles transiting through the country, their intentions and main needs.
The main partners of IOM in the Republic of North Macedonia are the Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Labor and Social Policy, Ministry of Health, Centre for Crisis Management, Red Cross and others.
- European Union Delegation of the European Union to North Macedonia
- Conflict, Stability and Security Fund - UK
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Italy
- United States Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration
- Swiss State Secretariat for Migration
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark
This report presents the results of the third round of the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Flow Monitoring Surveys (FMS) implemented in North Macedonia. The data was collected from 4 July to 11 September 2022, in two temporary transit centres (TTCs).
From 24 February to 15 August, it is estimated that around 182,000 Ukrainians entered the Western Balkans (WB) following the
This report is based on the Flow Monitoring Surveys carried out by IOM in North Macedonia in April and May 2022. A total of 180 interviews were collected in two locations – Temporary Transit Centre (TTC) Vinojug (in Gevgelija) and TTC Tabanovce (in Kumanovo).
This report is based on the Flow Monitoring Survey carried out by IOM field staff in North Macedonia in February and March 2022. A total of 209 interviews were collected in two locations – Temporary Transit Centre (TTC) Vinojug (Gevgelija) and TTC Tabanovce (Kumanovo).