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IDMC 2022

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Mobility Impact due to COVID-19 in Lebanon

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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Lebanon - Baseline Assessment Round 3

This report presents the findings of the Migrant Presence Monitoring (MPM) data collection exercise conducted by IOM in Lebanon from April to June 2023, covering all districts.

Lebanon - Baseline Assessment (Round 2) - Arabic version

This report presents the findings from IOM's Migrant Presence Monitoring (MPM) Round 2 data collection exercise conducted in Lebanon. Data collection took place between May and July 2022 and covered all districts in Lebanon.

Lebanon – Bangladeshi Nationals' Presence in Lebanon (Round 2, Migrant Presence Monitoring)

This snapshot summarizes available data on Bangladeshi nationals’ from IOM’s Migrant Presence Monitoring (MPM) Round 2. Data collection took place between May and July 2022. The MPM baseline assessment is designed to systematically assess,

Lebanon – Sri Lankan Nationals' Presence in Lebanon (Round 2, Migrant Presence Monitoring)

This snapshot summarizes available data on Sri Lankan nationals from IOM’s Migrant Presence Monitoring (MPM) Round 2. Data collection took place between May and July 2022.

Lebanon – Sudanese Nationals' Presence in Lebanon (Round 2, Migrant Presence Monitoring)

This snapshot summarizes available data on Sudanese nationals in Lebanon from IOM’s Migrant Presence Monitoring (MPM) Round 2. Data collection took place between May and July 2022.

Lebanon – Ethiopian Nationals' Presence in Lebanon (Round 2, Migrant Presence Monitoring)

This snapshot summarizes available data on Ethiopian nationals from IOM’s Migrant Presence Monitoring (MPM) Round 2 Data collection took place between May and July 2022.

Lebanon – Bangladeshi Nationals' Presence in Lebanon (Round 1 , Migrant Presence Monitoring)

This snapshot summarizes available data on Bangladeshi nationals’ presence in Lebanon. The first page visualizes on a map the number of Bangladeshi nationals quantified by IOM’s Migrant Presence Monitoring (MPM) Round 1 of data collection

Lebanon - Baseline Assessment Round 2

This report presents the findings from IOM's Migrant Presence Monitoring (MPM) Round 2 data collection exercise conducted in Lebanon. Data collection took place between May and July 2022 and covered all districts in Lebanon.

Lebanon — Multi-Sector Needs of Migrants in Lebanon (May 2022)

Socioeconomic conditions in Lebanon have deteriorated dramatically, creating severe economic hardship across the country.

Lebanon - Baseline Assessment Round 1

This report presents the findings from the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) Migrant Presence Monitoring (MPM) Round 1 data collection exercise conducted across Lebanon.

Lebanon — Migrant Worker Vulnerability Baseline Assessment Follow Up Report (September 2020)

On 4th August 2020, a large explosion occurred at the port of Beirut, Lebanon that left more than 6,500 individuals injured and caused at least 180 deaths.

Lebanon — Foreign Nationals Multi Sector Needs Assessment Analysis (September 2020)

On 4th August 2020, a large explosion occurred at the port of Beirut, Lebanon that left more than 6,500 individuals injured and caused at least 180 deaths.

Lebanon— Migrant Worker Vulnerability Assessment: Map of Migrants Awareness of Humanitarian Support

The IOM DTM maps represent an update to the report, Migrant Workers Vulnerability Baseline Assessment and maps released on 14th August following the revision and release of the OCHA Operational Zones on 19th August.

Lebanon— Migrant Worker Vulnerability Assessment: Map of Migrants Awareness of COVID-19 Support

The IOM DTM maps represent an update to the report, Migrant Workers Vulnerability Baseline Assessment and maps released on 14th August following the revision and release of the OCHA Operational Zones on 19th August.

Lebanon— Migrant Worker Vulnerability Assessment: Map of Access to Personal Protective Equipment

The IOM DTM maps represent an update to the report, Migrant Workers Vulnerability Baseline Assessment and maps released on 14th August following the revision and release of the OCHA Operational Zones on 19th August.

Lebanon— Migrant Worker Vulnerability Assessment: Map of Food Needs

The IOM DTM maps represent an update to the report, Migrant Workers Vulnerability Baseline Assessment and maps released on 14th August following the revision and release of the OCHA Operational Zones on 19th August.

Lebanon— Migrant Worker Vulnerability Assessment: Map of Migrant Self-Prioritized Needs

The IOM DTM maps represent an update to the report, Migrant Workers Vulnerability Baseline Assessment and maps released on 14th August following the revision and release of the OCHA Operational Zones on 19th August.

Lebanon— Migrant Worker Vulnerability Assessment: Map of Shelter Population Figures

The IOM DTM maps represent an update to the report, Migrant Workers Vulnerability Baseline Assessment and maps released on 14th August following the revision and release of the OCHA Operational Zones on 19th August.

Lebanon— Migrant Worker Vulnerability Baseline Assessment Report (May-July 2020)

On 4th August 2020, a large explosion occurred at the port of Beirut, Lebanon, injuring more than 5,000 individuals and causing over 150 deaths.


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Lebanon — Migrant Presence Monitoring — Round 3
Aug 31 2023

The MPM assessment follows the methodology of IOM’s global Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Mobility Tracking component. Tailored to the operational context in Lebanon, the MPM assessment analyzes data to provide multi-layered information on the presence and mobility of migrants. This assessment…

Migrants presence, Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment
Lebanon — Migrant Presence Monitoring — Round 2
Nov 06 2022

The MPM assessment follows the methodology of IOM’s global Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Mobility Tracking component. Tailored to the operational context in Lebanon, the MPM assessment analyzes data to provide multi-layered information on the presence and mobility of migrants. This assessment…

Migrants presence, Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment
Lebanon — Migrant Presence Monitoring — Round 1
Oct 31 2021

The MPM baseline assessment is designed to systematically assess, through a series of MPM Rounds, cadastres (Admin 3 areas) in Lebanon to quantify the presence of migrants per this administrative area to support operational assistance, coordination, and planning. The data collection is based on…

Flow Monitoring, Migrants presence, Baseline Assessment

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Lebanon — Foreign Nationals MSNA Analysis: Type of Assistance Received by Foreign Nationals (September 2020)

On 4th August 2020, a large explosion occurred at the port of Beirut, Lebanon that left more than 6,500 individuals injured and caused at least 180 deaths. To assess the impact of the explosion and the arising needs and vulnerabilities, the Lebanese Red Cross (LRC), in coordination with the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), have conducted large multi-sectoral needs assessments (MSNA) across 11,008 households. To support these efforts as well as draw attention to the gap on the needs and vulnerabilities of foreign nationals that were affected by the explosion, IOM has undertaken a secondary data review of LRC’s data. This map uses the data of 1,896 foreign national households with migrant workers in Beirut to provide an overview on the type of assistance received by foreign nationals. For information on the Foreign Nationals Multi-Sector Needs Assessment Analysis Report, please visit: https://migration.iom.int/node/9637

Lebanon —Foreign Nationals MSNA Analysis: Priority Needs Reported by Foreign Nationals (September 2020)

On 4th August 2020, a large explosion occurred at the port of Beirut, Lebanon that left more than 6,500 individuals injured and caused at least 180 deaths. To assess the impact of the explosion and the arising needs and vulnerabilities, the Lebanese Red Cross (LRC), in coordination with the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), have conducted large multi-sectoral needs assessments (MSNA) across 11,008 households. To support these efforts as well as draw attention to the gap on the needs and vulnerabilities of foreign nationals that were affected by the explosion, IOM has undertaken a secondary data review of LRC’s data.  This map uses the data of 1,896 foreign national households with migrant workers in Beirut to provide an overview on the priority needs.For information on the Foreign Nationals Multi-Sector Needs Assessment Analysis Report, please visit: https://migration.iom.int/node/9637

Lebanon — Foreign Nationals MSNA Analysis: Population Overview (September 2020)

On 4th August 2020, a large explosion occurred at the port of Beirut, Lebanon that left more than 6,500 individuals injured and caused at least 180 deaths. To assess the impact of the explosion and the arising needs and vulnerabilities, the Lebanese Red Cross (LRC), in coordination with the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), have conducted large multi-sectoral needs assessments (MSNA) across 11,008 households. To support these efforts as well as draw attention to the gap on the needs and vulnerabilities of foreign nationals that were affected by the explosion, IOM has undertaken a secondary data review of LRC’s data. This map uses the data of 1,896 foreign national households with migrant workers in Beirut to provide an overview on the nationalities of foreign nationals.For information on the Foreign Nationals Multi-Sector Needs Assessment Analysis Report, please visit: https://migration.iom.int/node/9637

Lebanon — Foreign Nationals MSNA Analysis: Post-Incident Household Assistance (September 2020)

On 4th August 2020, a large explosion occurred at the port of Beirut, Lebanon that left more than 6,500 individuals injured and caused at least 180 deaths. To assess the impact of the explosion and the arising needs and vulnerabilities, the Lebanese Red Cross (LRC), in coordination with the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), have conducted large multi-sectoral needs assessments (MSNA) across 11,008 households. To support these efforts as well as draw attention to the gap on the needs and vulnerabilities of foreign nationals that were affected by the explosion, IOM has undertaken a secondary data review of LRC’s data. This map uses the data of 1,896 foreign national households with migrant workers in Beirut to provide an overview on the post-incident household assistance. For information on the Foreign Nationals Multi-Sector Needs Assessment Analysis Report, please visit: https://migration.iom.int/node/9637