This report demonstrates how Afghan mobility is the result of a range of factors related to economic conditions and prolonged conflict within the country. Between April 2021 and August 2021 (Round 3 of SDM), various provinces of Afghanistan were affected by active conflict, which was followed by
This report will demonstrate how Afghan mobility is the result of a range of factors related to economic conditions and prolonged conflict within the country.
This report is the result of the first round of data collection that took place from May to August 2021 with Afghan migrants who returned from Turkey and the EU in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 through IOM’s Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) and Stabilisation, Reint
The key finding of this report is that push and pull factors, as well as the challenges Afghan potential migrants face daily at personal, household and community levels, revolve around a lack of livelihood options and insecurity.
This report is based on data collected through DTM’s Comprehensive Migration Flows Surveys (CMFS) in 2016, methodology that aims to enable a better understanding of migration flows from Afghanistan towards Europe.
From December 2018 to April 2019, IOM DTM conducted a return intention survey in selected camp areas in Badghis and Herat to identify the intentions, motivations, needs and concerns of IDPs that influence mobility decision-making.
From 2 November 2016 through 7 February 2017, a total of 435 heads of household were interviewed at Zero Point and IOM’s Transit Center near the border. The results of those interviews are analyzed in the following report.
A total of 306 heads of households were interviewed: 34% were daily wage laborers in Pakistan, 11% were drivers and 6% were shopkeepers.