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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.

Bangladesh - Remittance Inflows into Bangladesh (2019–2022)

The inflow of remittances is one of the main driving forces in Bangladesh’s economic growth and development (IOM, 2021b). Remittances support the economy by increasing foreign exchange reserves and national savings and reducing poverty levels (Chowdhury and Chakraborty, 2021).

Thailand - Multisectoral Assessment of Needs 2023 – Tak province

This factsheet aims to provide a snapshot of multi-sectoral conditions, needs, and challenges among Myanmar migrants in Tak province as captured between October and December 2023 by IOM Thailand’s multi-sectoral assessment of needs.

Thailand - Multisectoral Assessment of Needs 2023 – Ranong province

This factsheet aims to provide a snapshot of multi-sectoral conditions, needs, and challenges among Myanmar migrants in Ranong province as captured between September and November 2023 by IOM Thailand’s multisectoral assessment of needs.

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.

Afghanistan - Rapid Returnee Assessment: Key Findings (December 2023)

In early October, Pakistan’s Ministry of Interior announced a decision to enact the “Illegal Foreigners’ Repatriation Plan (IFRP),” setting a deadline for unregistered or undocumented foreigners to voluntarily return to their countries or face deportation.

Afghanistan - Herat Earthquake Displacement Assessment: Key Findings Report on IDPs (December 2023)

In early October, four large earthquakes and their aftershocks affected the western province of Herat. Since 23 October, IOM DTM Afghanistan has conducted a household-level assessment to determine the immediate needs and conditions of the affected population.

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.

Papua New Guinea — Mount Ulawun Site Profile (08 - 10 December 2023)

IOM continues to work in partnership with the National Disaster Centre and Provincial Disaster Centres in West New Britain (WNB) and East New Britain (ENB) provinces to assess and assist communities affected by Mount Ulawun

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.

Thailand - Multisectoral Assessment of Needs 2023 – Samut Sakhon province

This factsheet aims to provide a snapshot of multi-sectoral conditions, needs, and challenges among Myanmar migrants in Samut Sakhon province as captured between September and October 2023 by IOM Thailand’s multisectoral assessment of needs.

Papua New Guinea — Mount Ulawun Site Profile (December 2023)

On 20 November 2023, Mount Ulawun volcano on the border of the West New Britain (WNB) and East New Britain (ENB) provinces erupted, spewing ash plumes.

Survey on Profiles and Conditions of Freelance Workers in Chiang Mai City

Chiang Mai city is Thailand’s second largest after Bangkok and constitutes the northern region’s main economic and transit hub.

Thailand – MT Baseline Assessment – Myanmar Migrants (October 2023)

This report provides a snapshot as of October 2023. Across 1,312 assessed locations in 116 sub-districts and 44 districts, there are an estimated 334,000 non-Thai individuals. Highlighted districts in the map to the left represent areas in which IOM has collected data.

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.

Thailand - Multisectoral Assessment of Needs Among Myanmar Migrants in the Greater Bangkok Area – Key Findings (June - August 2023)

This report aims to provide details on key findings regarding the multi-sectoral conditions, needs and challenges among the Myanmar migrant population in the Greater Bangkok Area as captured between June to August 2023 by IOM’s Multi-Sectoral Assessment of Needs (MSA).

Bangladesh — Camp 11 Fire Incident Situational Assessment: Rohingya Refugee Response, Cox’s Bazar (September 2023)

The massive fire that swept through Camp 11 on March 5, 2023, affecting over 16,000 Rohingya refugees, severely damaged certain areas of the world’s largest refugee camps. Of these, 5,000 Rohingya refugees were temporarily displaced and moved to nearby camps.

Bangladesh — Camp 11 Fire Incident Post-Distribution Monitoring Report: Rohingya Refugee Response, Cox’s Bazar (November 2023)

The world’s largest refugee camp suffered significant damage in certain areas across Camp 11 after a massive fire spread through this camp on March 5, 2023. Three blocks were affected blocks (A, B, and D), with Block D having the most impacted households (1,278).

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.

Thailand - Multisectoral Assessment of Needs 2023 – Nonthaburi province

This factsheet aims to provide a snapshot of multi-sectoral conditions, needs, and challenges among Myanmar migrants in Nonthaburi province as captured between June and August 2023 by IOM Thailand’s multisectoral assessment of needs.

Thailand - Multisectoral Assessment of Needs 2023 – Bangkok province

This factsheet aims to provide a snapshot of multi-sectoral conditions, needs, and challenges among Myanmar migrants in Bangkok province as captured between June and August 2023 by IOM Thailand’s multi-sectoral assessment of needs.

Thailand - Multisectoral Assessment of Needs 2023 – Pathum Thani province

This factsheet aims to provide a snapshot of multi-sectoral conditions, needs, and challenges among Myanmar migrants in Pathum Thani province as captured between June and August 2023 by IOM Thailand’s multisectoral assessment of needs.

Thailand - Multisectoral Assessment of Needs 2023 – Greater Bangkok Area

This factsheet aims to provide a snapshot of multi-sectoral conditions, needs, and challenges among Myanmar migrants in the Greater Bangkok Area as captured between June and August 2023 by IOM Thailand’s multisectoral assessment of needs.


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Afghanistan - Community Based Needs Assessment, Round 14 (Nov-Dec 2021)
Mar 02 2022

A Community-Based Needs Assessment (CBNA), intended as an integral component of DTM's Baseline Mobility Assessment to provide a more comprehensive view of multi-sectoral needs in settlements hosting IDPs and returnees.

Mobility Tracking, Site Assessment
Afghanistan - Baseline Assessment Settlement Round 14
Mar 02 2022

A baseline assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on IDP, migrant or returnee population presence in a defined administrative area of the country. This dataset contains information by settlement. Settlement is the lowest unit of observation used in Afghanistan

Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment
Afghanistan - Baseline Assessment District Round 14
Mar 02 2022

A baseline assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on IDP, migrant or returnee population presence in a defined administrative area of the country. This dataset presents a summary at the district level of data collected by DTM in Afghanistan.

Site Assessment, Mobility Tracking
Afghanistan - Community Based Needs Assessment (January—March 2021)
Jun 30 2021

A Community-Based Needs Assessment (CBNA), intended as an integral component of DTM's Baseline Mobility Assessment to provide a more comprehensive view of multi-sectoral needs in settlements hosting IDPs and returnees.

Site Assessment, Mobility Tracking
Afghanistan - Community Based Needs Assessment (July—December 2020)
Feb 05 2021

A Community-Based Needs Assessment (CBNA), intended as an integral component of DTM's Baseline Mobility Assessment to provide a more comprehensive view of multi-sectoral needs in settlements hosting IDPs and returnees.

Site Assessment, Mobility Tracking
Afghanistan - Community Based Needs Assessment (April—June 2021)
Sep 15 2021

A Community-Based Needs Assessment (CBNA), intended as an integral component of DTM's Baseline Mobility Assessment to provide a more comprehensive view of multi-sectoral needs in settlements hosting IDPs and returnees.

Site Assessment, Mobility Tracking
Afghanistan - Baseline Assessment Settlement Round 13
Sep 15 2021

A baseline assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on IDP, migrant or returnee population presence in a defined administrative area of the country. This dataset contains information by settlement. Settlement is the lowest unit of observation used in Afghanistan

Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment
Afghanistan - Baseline Assessment District Round 13
Sep 15 2021

A baseline assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on IDP, migrant or returnee population presence in a defined administrative area of the country. This dataset presents a summary at the district level of data collected by DTM in Afghanistan.

Site Assessment, Mobility Tracking
Philippines — Maguindanao Displacement - Site Assessment - April 2021 — Round 1
Oct 18 2021

A site assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on population presence, living conditions and needs in a particular displacement site or community.

Mobility Tracking, Site Assessment
Afghanistan - Baseline Assessment District Round 12
Jun 01 2021

A baseline assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on IDP, migrant or returnee population presence in a defined administrative area of the country. This dataset presents a summary at the district level of data collected by DTM in Afghanistan.

Mobility Tracking, Site Assessment
Afghanistan - Baseline Assessment Settlement Round 12
Jun 01 2021

A baseline assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on IDP, migrant or returnee population presence in a defined administrative area of the country. This dataset contains information by settlement. Settlement is the lowest unit of observation used in Afghanistan

Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment
Afghanistan — Baseline Mobility Assessment Summary Results (January—March 2021)
Jun 01 2021

A baseline assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on IDP, migrant or returnee population presence in a defined administrative area of the country. This dataset presents a summary at the district level of data collected by DTM in Afghanistan.

Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment
Afghanistan - Baseline Assessment Settlement Round 11
May 02 2021

A baseline assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on IDP, migrant or returnee population presence in a defined administrative area of the country. This dataset contains information by settlement. Settlement is the lowest unit of observation used in Afghanistan

Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment
Afghanistan - Baseline Assessment District Round 11
May 02 2021

A baseline assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on IDP, migrant or returnee population presence in a defined administrative area of the country. This dataset presents a summary at the district level of data collected by DTM in Afghanistan.

Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment
Afghanistan - Community Based Needs Assessment (January—June 2020)
Oct 01 2020

The Community-Based Needs Assessment (CBNA), an integral component of DTM's Baseline Mobility Assessment, provides a more comprehensive view of multi-sectoral needs in settlements hosting IDPs and returnees.

Mobility Tracking, Village Assessment
Afghanistan - Baseline Assessment Settlement Round 10
Nov 03 2020

A baseline assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on IDP, migrant or returnee population presence in a defined administrative area of the country. This dataset contains information by settlement. Settlement is the lowest unit of observation used in Afghanistan

Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment
Afghanistan - Baseline Assessment District Round 10
Nov 03 2020

A baseline assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on IDP, migrant or returnee population presence in a defined administrative area of the country. This dataset presents a summary at the district level of data collected by DTM in Afghanistan.

Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment
Nepal — Baseline Assessment - Floods 2020 — Round 1
Sep 25 2020

A baseline assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on IDP, migrant or returnee population presence in a defined administrative area of the country. This dataset presents a summary of the number of displaced individuals at the wards level of data collected by DTM…

Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment
Vanuatu - Tropical Cyclone Harold - Site Assessment - Round 1
Jul 16 2020

A site assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on population presence, living conditions and needs in a particular displacement site or community.

Mobility Tracking, Site Assessment
Afghanistan - Baseline Assessment Settlement Round 9
Jun 23 2020

A baseline assessment is a sub-component of mobility tracking. It aims to collect data on IDP, migrant or returnee population presence in a defined administrative area of the country. This dataset contains information by settlement. Settlement is the lowest unit of observation used in Afghanistan

Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment

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AFG_DTM_December2021_CBNA_Individuals_Practicing_Open_Defection_Overview_By_District

This map provides information on individuals who do not have access to latrines in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

AFG_DTM_December2021_CBNA_No_Clinic_or_inaccessible _Overview_By_District

This map provides information on inaccessibility of clinics in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

AFG_DTM_December2021_CBNA_Level_of_Confidence_in_Justice_System_Overview_By_District

This map provides information on level of confidence in justice system in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

AFG_DTM_December2021_CBNA_Individual_Unable_to_Afford_Rent_Overview_By_District

This map provides information on individuals unable to afford rent in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

AFG_DTM_December2021_CBNA_Income_from_Unskilled_Daily_Labour_Overview_By_District

This map provides information on income from unskilled daily labour in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

AFG_DTM_December2021_CBNA_Income_from_Unskilled_Daily_Labour_Overview_By_District

This map provides information on income from unskilled daily labour in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

AFG_DTM_December2021_CBNA_Income_from_Production_Overview_By_District

This map provides information on income from production sources and businesses in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

AFG_DTM_December2021_CBNA_Income_from_Livestock_Sources_Overview_By_District

This map provides information on income from livestock sources in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

AFG_DTM_December2021_CBNA_Income_from_Agriculture_Sources_Overview_By_District&Villages

This map provides information on income from agriculture sources in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

AFG_DTM_December2021_CBNA_Top 4_Income_Sources_Overview_By_District&Villages

This map provides information on Top 4 income sources of villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

AFG_DTM_December2021_District_Returned_Migrants_Overview_By_District&Villages

This map provides information on Returned Migrants from Abroad, Afghans who had fled abroad for at least 6 months and have now returned to Afghanistan, during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

AFG_DTM_December2021_District_Out_Migrants_Overview_By_District&Villages

This map provides information on Out Migrants (Afghans who moved or fled abroad) During period of 2012 till December 2021.

AFG_DTM_December2021_District_Returned_IDPs_Overview_By_District&Villages

This map provides information on Returned IDPs (Afghans from an assessed village who had fled as IDPs in the past and have now returned home) During period of 2012 till December 2021.

AFG_DTM_December2021_District_Arrival_IDPs_Overview_By_District&Villages

This map provides information on Arrival IDPs (IDPs from other location currently residing in an assessed village) during period of 2012 till December 2021.

DTM COVID-19 Regional Atlas Point Operational Status As Of 23 September 2021

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations. IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.

DTM COVID-19 Regional Atlas Point Operational Status As Of 10 September 2021

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations.IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.

DTM COVID-19 Regional Atlas Point Operational Status As Of 26 August 2021

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations.IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.

DTM COVID-19 Regional Atlas Point Operational Status As Of 12 August 2021

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations.IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.

DTM COVID-19 Regional Atlas Point Operational Status As Of 12 August 2021

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations.IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.

DTM COVID-19 Regional Atlas Point Operational Status As Of 1 July 2021

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations.IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.

DTM COVID-19 Regional Atlas Point Operational Status As Of 10 June 2021

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations.IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.

DTM COVID-19 Regional Atlas Point Operational Status As Of 3 June 2021

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations.IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.

DTM COVID-19 Regional Atlas Point Operational Status As Of 20 May 2021

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations.IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.

DTM COVID-19 Regional Atlas Point Operational Status As Of 6 May 2021

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations.IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.