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À propos Pakistan

In 2010, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) programme started its activities in Pakistan as part of IOM’s emergency flood response programme. Over the years, DTM has evolved into a comprehensive programme covering a wide range of activities. The DTM programme works closely together with a wide array of stakeholders, including government ministries and national and sub-national statistical organizations, UN agencies, and specialized research institutes. Its activities are instrumental in providing stakeholders with an evidence-base to effectively address humanitarian, transition, and development needs within the country. 

In 2017, DTM started the implementation of its Flow Monitoring (FM) activities. DTM collects FM data at the Torkham (Khyber Pakthunkhwa), Chaman, Badini and Bahramcha (Balochistan) border crossing points (BCPs) to identify cross-mobility patterns and profiles of Afghans who are returning from Pakistan to Afghanistan. The data presented in FM information products is harmonized with those from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), who also cover Ghulam Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa). DTM Pakistan also actively coordinates its data collection efforts with the DTM programme in Afghanistan.

As part of the 2022 flood response, DTM launched mobility tracking operations in flood-affected settlements or settlements that hosted temporary displaced persons (TDPs) across 11 districts in Balochistan and Sindh to provide partners with timely information on the displacement situation. Since then, DTM’s mobility tracking has expanded to cover 30 districts across three provinces (Balochistan, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) and collects information on the multisectoral needs and recovery needs at the settlement level, in addition to the displacement situation. 

In May 2023, DTM scaled-up its mobility tracking efforts to support the ongoing response efforts for Afghans in Pakistan. DTM’s Afghan response has been implemented in 33 districts across Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Islamabad, Punjab, and Sindh, and aims to provide stakeholders with up-to-date information on the multisectoral needs of Afghans in the country.

Furthermore, under the European funded project “Displacement Tracking Matrix Regional Evidence for Migration Analysis and Policy (DTM REMAP), from 2019 to 2022, DTM implemented two household surveys. The first survey was the survey on Drivers of Migration (SDM) which aimed at better understanding the drivers of Pakistani international out-migration. The second survey was the “Returnee Longitudinal Survey (RLS)”. The purpose of RLS was to improve understanding of return migrants’ profiles, vulnerabilities and needs, as well as sustainable return and reintegration outcomes in the short- and medium-term.

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DTM Pakistan
DTMPakistan@iom.int

Current Donors
  • EU-INTPA
  • ECHO
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Italy
  • PRM
  • Canada – IRCC
  • Canada (DFATD)
  • Netherlands
Impact sur la mobilité dû au COVID-19 en Pakistan

To better understand how COVID-19 affects global mobility, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has been working to map the impacts on human mobility, at Global, Regional and Country level.


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Pakistan —Flow Monitoring of Afghan Returnees (16 - 31 January 2024)

On 26 September 2023, the Ministry of Interior in Pakistan announced its decision to enact its “Illegal Foreigners’ Repatriation Plan (IFRP)”.

Pakistan — Flow Monitoring of Afghan Returnees – Bi-Weekly Report (1 – 15 JANUARY 2024)

IOM Pakistan collects data on the outflows of Afghan migrants at the Torkham and Chaman border crossing points to better understand the migration movements of Afghan migrants returning to Afghanistan from Pakistan.

Pakistan — Quarterly Flow Monitoring of Afghan Returnees (October – December 2023)

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Pakistan collects data on the outflows of Afghans at the Torkham (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) and Chaman (Balochistan) border crossing points (BCPs) to better understand the movements of Afghans returning to Afghanistan.

Pakistan — Flow Monitoring of Afghan Returnees (16 - 31 December)

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Pakistan collects data on the outflows of Afghans at the Torkham (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) and Chaman (Balochistan) border crossing points (BCPs) to better understand the movements of Afghans returning to Afghanistan.

Flow Monitoring of Afghan Returnees – Bi-Weekly Report (01 - 15 December 2023)

• During this reporting period, returns of Afghans have remained high, however, DTM teams have observed a decrease of 51 per cent in returns as compared to the last two weeks of November.

Flow Monitoring of Afghan Returnees – Bi-Weekly Report (16 - 30 November 2023)

Between 16 and 30 November 2023, 66,662 Afghan nationals returned to Afghanistan, including 33,091 through the Torkham BCP, 30,253 through the Chaman BCP, 2,777 through the Ghulam Khan BCP and 541 through the Badini BCP.

Flow Monitoring of Afghan Returnees – Bi-Weekly Report (01 - 15 November 2023)

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Pakistan collects data on the outflows of Afghans at the Torkham, Ghulam Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Chaman, and Badini (Balochistan) border crossing points (BCPs) to better understand the movements of Afghans returning to Afghanistan.

Flow Monitoring of Afghan Returnees – Bi-Weekly Report (16 - 31 October 2023)

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Pakistan collects data on the outflows of Afghans at the Torkham and Chaman border crossing points to better understand the movements of Afghans returning to Afghanistan.

Pakistan – Flood Response Community Needs Identification (CNI) |Round 3 - Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province (May - June 2023)

From June to October 2022, storms and heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan caused widespread flooding and landslides across the country.

Pakistan – Flood Response Community Needs Identification (CNI) |Round 3 - Balochistan Province (May - June 2023)

From June to October 2022, storms and heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan caused widespread flooding and landslides across the country.

Flow Monitoring of Afghan Returnees – Bi-Weekly Report (1 - 15 October 2023)

Between 01 and 15 October 2023, 37,317 Afghan nationals spontaneously returned to Afghanistan, including 26,896 through the Torkham border point and 10,421 through the Chaman border point. In addition, border authorities forcibly returned 614 individuals due to a lack of valid documentation.

Pakistan — Quarterly Flow Monitoring of Afghan Returnees from Pakistan (July - September 2023)

IOM in Pakistan collects data on the outflows of Afghans at the Torkham and Chaman border crossing points to better understand the movements of Afghans returning to Afghanistan. Key findings during this reporting period are:

Flow Monitoring of Afghan Returnees – Bi-Weekly Report (16 - 30 September 2023)

Between 16 and 30 September 2023, 20,816 Afghan nationals spontaneously returned to Afghanistan, including 14,168 through the Torkham border point and 6,648 through the Chaman border point. In addition, border authorities forcibly returned 326 individuals due to a lack of valid documentation.

Flow Monitoring of Afghan Returnees – Bi-Weekly Report (1 - 15 September 2023)

IOM Pakistan collects data on the outflows of Afghan migrants at the Torkham and Chaman border crossing points to better understand the migration movements of Afghan migrants returning to Afghanistan from Pakistan.

Pakistan — Flow Monitoring of Afghan Returnees – Bi-Weekly Report (16 - 31 August 2023)

IOM Pakistan collects data on the outflows of Afghan migrants at the Torkham and Chaman border crossing points to better understand the migration movements of Afghan migrants returning to Afghanistan from Pakistan.

Pakistan — Flow Monitoring of Undocumented Afghan Returnees from Pakistan (1 - 15 August 2023)

IOM Pakistan collects data on the outflows of undocumented Afghan migrants at the Torkham and Chaman border crossing points to better understand the migration movements of undocumented Afghan migrants returning to Afghanistan from Pakistan.

Pakistan — Flow Monitoring of Undocumented Afghan Returnees from Pakistan (16 - 31 July 2023)

Between 16 and 31 July 2023, 3,200 undocumented Afghan nationals spontaneously returned to Afghanistan, including 1,330 through the Torkham border point and 1,870 through the Chaman border point.

Pakistan — Flow Monitoring of Undocumented Afghan Returnees from Pakistan (01 July - 15 July 2023)

Between 01 and 15 July 2023, 4,746 undocumented Afghan nationals spontaneously returned to Afghanistan, including 2,915 through the Torkham border point and 1,831 through the Chaman border point.

Pakistan — Flow Monitoring of Undocumented Afghan Returnees from Pakistan (18 June - 01 July 2023)

Between 18 June and 01 July 2023, 6,656 undocumented Afghan nationals spontaneously returned to Afghanistan, including 5,707 through the Torkham border point and 949 through the Chaman border point.

Pakistan – Flood Response Community Needs Identification (CNI) Report Round 2 (Jan - Mar 2023)

From June to October 2022, storms and heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan have caused widespread flooding and landslides across the country.

Pakistan — Quarterly Flow Monitoring of Undocumented Afghan Returnees from Pakistan (April- June 2023)

IOM Pakistan collects data on the outflows of undocumented Afghan nationals at the Torkham and Chaman border crossing points in an effort to better understand the migration movements of undocumented Afghan nationals returning to Afghanistan from Pakistan.

Pakistan — Flow Monitoring of Undocumented Afghan Returnees from Pakistan (04 June - 17 June 2023)

Between 4 and 17 June 2023, 4,276 undocumented Afghan nationals spontaneously returned to Afghanistan, including 1,757 through the Torkham border point and 2,519 through the Chaman border point.

Pakistan — Flow Monitoring of Undocumented Afghan Returnees from Pakistan (21 May - 03 June 2023)

Between 21 May and 03 June 2023, 4,866 undocumented Afghan nationals spontaneously returned to Afghanistan, including 2,074 through the Torkham border point and 2,792 through the Chaman border point.

Pakistan — Flow Monitoring of Undocumented Afghan Returnees from Pakistan (07 May- 20 May 2023)

IOM Pakistan collects data on the outflows of undocumented Afghan migrants at the Torkham and Chaman border crossing points in an effort to better understand the migration movements of undocumented Afghan migrants returning to Afghanistan from Pakistan.


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Pakistan - Flow Monitoring Registry - 2023
2023-12-31

<p>The International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Pakistan collects data on the outflows of Afghans at the Torkham (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) and Chaman (Balochistan) border crossing points (BCPs) to better understand the movements of Afghans returning to Afghanistan. The data presented…

Survey, Flow Monitoring
Pakistan – Community Needs Identification (Flood Response) – Round 3
2023-06-29

294,716 TDP individuals and 41,420 TDP households were identified in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan province in Round 3.

Mobility Tracking, Site Assessment, Baseline Assessment
Pakistan – Community Needs Identification (Flood Response) – Round 2
2023-03-28

<p>An estimated total of 318,829 temporary displaced persons (TDPs) were identified during round 2 in the 19 assessed districts of Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Sixty per cent of TDP households (27,092) were living in temporary structures (i.e. tents or emergency shelter).</p>

Mobility Tracking, Site Assessment
Pakistan – Community Needs Identification (Flood Response) – Round 1
2023-01-12

<p>An estimated total of 1,591,367 temporary displaced persons (TDPs) were identified during this round in the 18 districts of Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh. Fifty-five per cent of TDP households (113,070) were living in temporary structures (i.e. tents or emergency shelter).</…

Mobility Tracking, Site Assessment
Pakistan - Flow Monitoring Registry - 2022
2022-12-31

The number of undocumented Afghans returning from Pakistan has increased significantly, nearly threefold, in comparison to 2021. This rise in returns can be attributed to the significant geopolitical changes that took place in Afghanistan between 2021 and 2022. The data also shows that the number…

Survey, Flow Monitoring
Pakistan - Flow Monitoring Registry - 2021
2021-12-31

27,829 undocumented returnees were reported to have crossed the two borders, out of which 14,185 were females and 13,644 were males. Additionally, border authorities facilitated the return of 1,740 individuals due to the lack of legal documentation to remain in Pakistan. Therefore, information…

Survey, Flow Monitoring, Mobility Tracking, Site Assessment
Pakistan - Flow Monitoring Registry - 2020
2020-12-31

The number of returnees has decreased significantly in comparison to the previous year, 6,661 individuals in 2020 compared to 17,286 in 2019. Besides a variety of push and pull factors, the steep decline in return movements can also be attributed to the closure of the borders due to the COVID-19…

Survey, Flow Monitoring
Pakistan - Flow Monitoring Registry - 2019
2019-12-31

Between January 1 and 31 December 2019, the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) recorded 17,286 undocumented Afghan nationals returning from Pakistan to Afghanistan through the Chaman and Torkham border crossings, each accounting for 74 per cent and 26 percent of the total border crossings. The…

Survey, Flow Monitoring
Pakistan - Flow Monitoring Registry - 2018
2018-12-31

During this period, the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) recorded 30,413 Afghan nationals returning to Afghanistan from Pakistan through the Torkham (55%) and Chaman (45%) border crossings. One in two recorded returnees was a child (56%). Out of the total returnees, 71 per cent were undocumented…

Survey, Flow Monitoring
Pakistan - Flow Monitoring Registry - 2017
2017-12-31

Since January 2017, overall, 97,225 returnees have been reported returning through Torkham and Chaman/Spin Boldak.

Survey, Flow Monitoring
Pakistan - Site Assessment - Round 6
2012-02-21

<p>13,325 IDP individuals and 2,533 IDP households were identified in Round 6.</p>

Mobility Tracking, Site Assessment
Pakistan - Site Assessment - Round 5
2012-01-18

<p>55,953 IDP individuals and 10,379 IDP households were identified in Round 5.</p>

Mobility Tracking, Site Assessment
Pakistan - Site Assessment - Round 4
2011-12-26

<p>225,472 IDP individuals and 42,447 IDP households were identified in Round 4.</p>

Mobility Tracking, Site Assessment
Pakistan - Site Assessment - Round 3
2011-11-23

<p>454,476 IDP individuals and 86,647 IDP households were identified in Round 3.</p>

Mobility Tracking, Site Assessment

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Pakistan –Map - Type Of Settlement In Pakistan Of Undocumented Afghan Returnees (2019)

This map provides information on the type of settlements in Pakistan of Undocumented Afghan returnees during the period between January 1 and 31 December 2019.  In 2019, a rented house was the most common type of settlement for undocumented returnees in Pakistan. However, the type of settlement differs according to the different districts.

Pakistan – Map – Type of Settlement in Pakistan of Undocumented Afghan Returnees (2020)

This map provides information on the type of settlements in Pakistan of Undocumented Afghan returnees during the period between January 1 and 31 December 2020.  In 2020, a rented house was the most common type of settlement for undocumented returnees in Pakistan. However, the type of settlement differs according to the different districts.

Pakistan – Map - Areas of Origin and Intended Destination of Undocumented Afghan Returnees (2020)

This map provides information on the districts of origin in Pakistan and the intended provinces of destination in Afghanistan during the period between January 1 and 31 December 2020. The majority of undocumented Afghan returnees came from five districts in Pakistan: Killa Abdullah, Quetta, Karachi, Pishin and Peshawar. The main intended destination provinces in Afghanistan of undocumented returnees were Kandahar, Kunduz, Kabul, Nangarhar and Hilmand.

Flow Monitoring