After the political transition by the De Facto Authorities (DFA) on August 15th, 2021, Afghanistan witnessed new patterns and dynamic of internal displacement, cross-border movements, and community needs.
To better understand the demographic profiles, living conditions and reintegration processes of returnees, IOM, under the EU-funded project “Displacement Tracking Matrix Regional Evidence for Migration Analysis and Policy (DTM REMAP)”, developed the Returnee Longitudinal Survey
This snapshot summarizes available data on Afghan arrivals and transits in Europe between 2017 and 2021. Firstly, the snapshot report visualizes the number of Afghan nationals who arrived in the European Union by land and sea.
This report provides a snapshot of the fourth round of RLS data collection which took place from 23 February to 16 March 2022 among Afghan migrants who had returned from Türkiye or the EU between January 2018 and July 2021.
This report provides a snapshot of the third round of RLS data collection, as well as a comparison of data that was collected among those returnees who also participated in the second round (September-October 2021).
This report intends to provide a snapshot of the second round of RLS data collection that took place between 23 September and 16 October with Afghan migrants who returned from Turkey or the EU between January 2018 and July 2021.
The role of IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) within the humanitarian drought response is to monitor inflows of IDPs arriving in Herat, identify and register only the newly arriving IDP caseload, and report/share the information with humanitarian partners to facilitate onward registration
The following document is the baseline assessment form used for the Baseline Mobility Assessments conducted by DTM Afghanistan.
This report is a joint IOM-UNHCR report depicting Afghan returns from the neighbouring Islamic Republics of Iran and Pakistan and challenges faced by returning Afghans. Over 610,000 Afghans returned from the Islamic Republics of Iran and Pakistan in 2017.