IOM’s Mobility Tracking Matrix (MTM) was established in 2022 in Kazakhstan. MTM is adapted to the context in Kazakhstan based on IOM’s Global Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) methodology. MTM is a system that tracks and monitors displacement and population mobility. It is designed to regularly and systematically capture, process and disseminate information to provide a better understanding of the movements and evolving needs of various mobile populations, whether on site or en route.
MTM Kazakhstan Team
- European Union
- Swiss (SDC)
Kazakhstan — Quarterly Compilation Report 3 (APRIL-JUNE 2023)
The Quarterly report on the migration situation in Kazakhstan for the second quarter of 2023 reveals several key trends. During this period, a significant number of visas were issued to nationals from China and Türkiye, indicating their predominance among foreign visa recipients in Kazakhstan.
Опрос по матрице отслеживания мобильности (МТМ): МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫЕ ТРУДЯЩИЕСЯ - МИГРАНТЫ В КАЗАХСТАНЕ март-апрель 2023 г.
Матрица отслеживания мобильности (MTM) — это система, основанная на методологии МОМ Глобальной матрице отслеживания перемещений (МОП).
Kazakhstan – Baseline assessment and surveys: international migrant workers in Kazakhstan (March – April 2023)
Mobility Tracking Matrix is a system based on IOM’s Global Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) methodology.
Kazakhstan — Quarterly Compilation Report (January - March 2023)
Migration Tracking Matrix (MTM) is a system based on the IOMs Global Displacement tracking matrix - DTM, which is aimed at tracking and monitoring displacement and population mobility, providing critical information to decision makers and responders during crises and contributing to a better unde
Kazakhstan – Baseline assessment and surveys: international migrant workers in Kazakhstan (December 2022 – February 2023)
In December 2022, MTM conducted the first round of its Baseline Mobility Assessment in Kazakhstan to track mobility, provide information on population estimates, locations and geographic distribution of migrant workers and returnee migrants, reasons for migration, countries of origin and periods
Kazakhstan — Quarterly Compilation Report 1 (October - December 2022)
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.
KAZAKHSTAN — Study on labour migrants in three cities of Kazakhstan, Almaty, Astana and Shymkent 2022 [ENG]
This report highlights key findings from an analysis on the socio-demographic profile, migration journey and intentions, experiences on the workplace and general well-being of labour migrants living and
The number of international migrant workers arrived in the first quarter of 2023 was 56,112, which totals to 724,534 international migrants being assessed by IOM Kazakhstan in the period of 2020 - 2023. The top five countries of origin of international migrant workers in Kazakhstan were Uzbekistan…