In April 2022, a total of 26,668 movements were observed across five of Ethiopia's flow monitoring points (FMPs). This represents a 25% increase in daily average movements in comparison with March 2022 when an average of 711 movements per day were observed.
DTM’s Flow Monitoring Registry (FMR) surveys people on the move at key transit points within South Sudan (SSD) and at its borders.
Pendant le mois de mai 2022, 20 882 mouvements ont été observés aux points de suivi des flux (Flow Monitoring Points, FMP) à Djibouti, soit une moyenne journalière de 674 mouvements. Les flux migratoires ont augmenté de manière significative avec 28
In May 2022, 20,882 movements were observed at the Flow Monitoring Points (FMPs) in Djibouti, representing a daily average of 674 movements. Migration flows increased significantly with 28 per cent compared to the month of April 2022, during which
This atlas contains a summary of findings from the eleventh round of Mobility Tracking conducted across South Sudan through key-informant based assessment at payam and location level between July and September 2021.
As per April 2022 population count findings, the Bentiu Town Sites ( B, C, D, and E) population stands at 58,118 individuals (on average 6 individuals per shelter). This represents an eleven per cent increase 5,861 individuals/ 542 households) compared to March 2022.
As of September 2021, there has been an increase in the total number of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), relative to December 2020. The data reflects a continuation of the significant impact of natural disasters, which was already observed in 2019 and 2020.
The Horn of Africa and Yemen is one of the busiest and riskiest migration corridors in the world travelled by hundreds of thousands of migrants, the majority of whom travel in an irregular manner, often relying on smugglers to facilitate movement along the Eastern Route.
Ce rapport présente une analyse des enquêtes de suivi des flux (Flow Monitoring Survey, FMS) réalisées entre janvier 2022 et mars 2022.
DTM has identified 84,791 internally displaced persons (IDPs) in 19,407 households, 91% of the displacement were due to natural disasters and 9% other reasons in the month of April 2022 covering all 18 provinces of Burundi.