This mid-year edition of A Region on the Move is marked by the unprecedented restrictions on global mobility caused by the outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
As of July 2020, DTM in the region tracked 6.3M Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and 2.9M Returnees, as reported during the latest round of DTM assessments for each country, or through secondary data sources.
En date du 19 April et 1 Mai 2020, la province de Bujumbura Rural, commune de Mutimbuzi, zone de Gatumba a été touchée par des fortes inondations qui ont affecté plus de 45,000 personnes inclues 17,792 déplacés.
In 2019, DTM South Sudan implemented all four DTM components - Mobility Tracking, Biometric Registration, Flow Monitoring and Surveys. The infographics provides an overview of achievments and key figures related to DTM operations run between January and December 2019.
This survey covers 8 Flow Monitoring Points in the provinces of Cankuzo, Muyinga, Rutana and Ruyigi border with United Republic of Tanzania. 4,273 individuals have been interviewed at the 8 Flow Monitoring Points between the month of October and December 2019.
This year’s A Region on the Move report aims to provide an overview of the main population movement trends in the East and Horn of Africa region (EHoA) in 2019.
The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in the East and Horn of Africa (EHoA) region is currently active in six countries (Burundi, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Somalia, South Sudan, and Uganda), and its methodology includes four main components (m
At the regional level, DTM operates under the Regional Data Hub. Established in early 2018, the RDH aims to support evidence-based, strategic and policy-level discussion on migration through a combined set of initiatives.
L'OIM a mené une enquête dans la ville d'Obock entre le 29 mars et le 5 avril 2020 afin de mieux comprendre quelles sont les connaissances et perceptions des populations locales et des migrants concernant la maladie à Coronavirus ainsi qu