Approximately 40 individuals returned to their homes in Hrawa after having been displaced to Aljufra and Ejdabia in 2016; reported priority needs of the returnees include NFIs and access to cash.
As the security situation remained calm during the reporting period, 250 families returned to their homes. 13 families are still displaced in Tajoura following the clashes in September, unable to return due to severe damage to their homes.
Due to clashes between armed groups in Southern Tripoli between 26 August and 24 September, at least 5,270 families were displaced. Following the stop of hostilities on 24 September, more than 3,000 previously displaced households reportedly returned.
The Event Tracker is part of IOM Libya’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) programme. DTM is a suite of tools that provide a comprehensive articulation of Libya’s human mobility patterns.
اندلعت اشتباكات في الميناء النفطي بخليج السدرة في يوم 14 يونيو استمرت إلى اليوم الواحد والعشرين من نفس الشهر. وقد نتج عنها نزوح عشرون أسرة من عقيلة إلى البريقة ومائة أسرة من مطرافين إلى راس لانوف وخمسين أسرة أخرى من راس لانوف إلى بن جواد.
Clashes were reported in Khaleej Assidra oil port on the 14 June. The clashes continued until 21 June and resulted in the displacement of 20 households from Agila to Albriga.