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DTM Iraq, IraqDTM@iom.int
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English
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Iraq
Period Covered
Jun 01 2023
Jun 30 2023
Activity
  • Survey
  • Displacement Solutions

As of August 2023, Salah al Din hosts the third largest returnee population (753,192 individuals) and the fifth largest IDP population (50,682 individuals).35 It is also the second largest governorate of origin for IDPs in Iraq, with 131,219 IDPs originating from Salah al Din.36 Additionally, Salah al Din has the largest number of IDPs and the second largest number of returnees living in high severity conditions.37, 38 In Salah al Din, people were mainly displaced in 2014, with the exception of Al Shirqat where its residents were displaced over the course of three years. More than half of both IDP and returnee households experienced multiple displacements, with the proportion slightly higher among IDP households. When asked about their preferred solution, most IDP and returnee households prefer to stay in their current location. Only 1 in 10 IDP households (14%) prefer to return to their place of origin. This is significantly lower than for IDP households surveyed in Ninewa, where one in three prefer to return. In line with the Ninewa report, IDPs in Salah al Din cited housing destruction (72%) and a lack of livelihood opportunities (67%) as the primary reasons for not returning to their place of origin. This suggests that housing reconstruction and livelihoods related programming would improve conditions and progress towards durable solutions.

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IraqDTM@iom.int
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Iraq
Period Covered
Nov 01 2019
Jan 31 2020
Activity
  • Survey
  • Flow Monitoring

DTM Iraq conducts data collection at the border crossing points with neighboring countries – the Islamic Republic of Iran, Turkey and the Syrian Arab Republic – to better understand migration movement in the Middle East. This data collection activity is part of the Regional Evidence for Migration Analysis and Policy (REMAP) project, targeting Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq and Pakistan. The data for this report was gathered through counting exercises that took place at five border crossing points during the months of November and December 2019.

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IraqDTM@iom.int
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Iraq
Period Covered
Jan 01 2020
Feb 29 2020
Activity
  • Survey
  • Flow Monitoring

DTM Iraq collects data at border crossing points with neighboring countries – the Islamic Republic of Iran (Iran), the Syrian Arab Republic (Syria) and Turkey – to better understand migration movements in the Middle East. Cross-border monitoring is drawn from IOM’s DTM standard methodology designed to capture and describe migration flows, and is part of IOM’s DTM Regional Evidence for Migration Analysis and Policy (REMAP) project, funded by the European Union, which aims to capture and describe migration flows in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq and Pakistan. Data displayed in this report was collected at five border point crossings in January and February 2020, employing two different approaches: 1) headcount of all travellers entering or leaving Iraq, and 2) survey of randomly sampled travellers. Border crossing points were selected based on observations conducted in May 2019 by IOM’s Rapid Assessment and Response Teams (RARTs). Out of 16 locations observed, five border crossing points were selected for data collection: Ibrahim Al-Khalil, bordering Turkey, Fishkhabour, bordering Syria, and Bashmagh, Zurbatiyah (Wassit Terminal) and Al-Shalamcha, bordering Iran. Further details on the selection of respondents, survey methodology, and how the border crossing points were selected are available in the Methodological Overview in the last section of this report.

The report presents an overview of the overall movements of travellers observed at any of five selected border crossing points during January and February 2020. It is also focused in more detail on those travellers who are crossing the border for three or more months – they are referred to as migrants and comprise 12 per cent of all recorded travellers. Findings presented in this report relate to socio-demographic characteristics, reasons for travel and mobility history of this category of travellers.

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IraqDTM@iom.int
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Location
Iraq
Period Covered
Sep 01 2020
Sep 30 2021
Activity
  • Survey
  • Flow Monitoring

DTM Iraq collects data at border crossing points with neighbouring countries – the Islamic Republic of Iran (Iran), the Syrian Arab Republic (Syria) and Turkey – to better understand migration movements in the Middle East. Cross-border monitoring is designed to capture and describe migration flows, and is part of IOM DTM’s Regional Evidence for Migration Analysis and Policy (REMAP) project, funded by the European Union. The project aims to capture and describe migration flows in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq and Pakistan. The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) funded this piece of research. 

This report seeks to identify migrants in vulnerable situations entering and departing Iraq who may be susceptible to trafficking in persons and/or other forms of abuse, violence and exploitation along their migratory journey. The aim is to gain a better understanding of the profile of the vulnerable groups, the means of organizing travel, push-factors in the decision-making process, level of risk-awareness and problems encountered during the journey.

Data displayed in this report were collected using two approaches: a headcount of all travellers entering or departing Iraq though the specified border points where DTM have data collection teams stationed and a survey of randomly selected travellers. Data collection took place between 1 September 2020 and 30 September 2021 at five border crossing points: Ibrahim Al-Khalil, bordering Turkey, Fishkhabour, bordering Syria, and Bashmagh, Zurbatiyah (Wassit Terminal) and Al-Shalamcha, bordering Iran. During this period, a total of 14,598 interviews were conducted with randomly selected travellers entering and departing Iraq. 

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Iraq
Period Covered
Feb 01 2022
Feb 28 2022
Activity
  • Survey
  • Flow Monitoring

During the recent migration crisis in Belarus, thousands of Iraqis experienced harassment, exposure and violence. Many returned, via IOM 
facilitated movements through the Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) programme and via movements organised and supported by the Government of Iraq from Belarus and neighbouring countries of the European Union (EU). Potential emigrants from Iraq began to travel to Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia and Poland in large numbers in the second half of 2021. In the context of negotiations between the Government of Belarus and the EU, the Government of Belarus’ relaxation of visa policies and a travel information campaign in Iraq, there was a significant increase in the number of potential emigrants from Iraq travelling to Belarus. Many of those potential emigrants travelled with the intention of onward travel to enter the European Union or the United Kingdom.

With the suspension of flights from Baghdad to Belarus in August 2021, potential emigrants from Iraq began to use alternative routes to reach 
Belarus and neighbouring EU countries, including from airports in Erbil and Sulaymaniyah. The increase of Iraqi emigrants entering Belarus resulted in a crisis when Belarusian security forces began to move migrants to the country’s borders with Poland, Lithuania and Latvia. This was accompanied by reports of violence and abuse against Iraqi migrants at the border, many of whom were reportedly unable to move into Europe or back into Belarus. As a result, the Government of Iraq (GoI), facilitated the return of approximately 3,800 Iraqi migrants. The International Organisation for Migration (IOM), with the support of the European Union, have continued to facilitate the voluntary return of Iraqi migrants from Belarus and EU countries.

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DTM Pakistan, iomisbdtmremapteam@iom.int
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English
Location
Pakistan
Period Covered
Apr 01 2024
Apr 15 2024
Activity
  • Flow Monitoring

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Pakistan collects data on the outflows of Afghans at the Torkham (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Badini, Bahramcha and Chaman (Balochistan) border crossing points (BCPs) to better understand the movements of Afghans returning to Afghanistan. The data presented below is harmonised with those from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), who also cover Ghulam Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa).

On 26 September 2023, the Ministry of Interior in Pakistan announced its decision to enact its “Illegal Foreigners’ Repatriation Plan (IFRP)”. Between 1 and 15 April 2024, 8,072 Afghan nationals returned to Afghanistan, including 6,606 through the Torkham BCP, 867 through the Chaman BCP, 599 through the Ghulam Khan BCP, while no Afghan nationals returned through the Badini and Bahramcha BCPs. In addition, border authorities deported 71 individuals due to a lack of valid documentation. Since 1 January 2024, IOM identified 62,370 returns at the four BCPs

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DTMUkraine@iom.int
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English
Location
Ukraine
Period Covered
Mar 01 2024
Mar 31 2024
Activity
  • Baseline Assessment

Базова територіальна оцінка зареєстрованих ВПО надає деталізовані дані щодо чисельності та географічного розподілу офіційно зареєстрованих внутрішньо переміщених осіб (ВПО). У звіті оцінено присутність зареєстрованих ВПО на рівні громад із відображенням на мапі зафіксованих змін порівняно з попереднім раундом.


Дані, зібрані для раунду 34 Базової територіальної оцінки, відображають актуальну статистику з місцевого адміністративного реєстру ВПО станом на 31 березня 2024 року, згідно з якою в Україні налічується 3 387 291 зареєстрована ВПО. Дані щодо кількості зареєстрованих ВПО було зібрано для 1 098 громад (83% усіх оцінених громад на підконтрольних українському уряду територіях) у 108 районах 23 областей. Дані з розподілом за віком, статтю та статусом інвалідності було надано для приблизно 83% оцінених адміністративно- територіальних одиниць.

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dtmmozambique@iom.int
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Location
Mozambique
Period Covered
Apr 11 2024
Apr 16 2024
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Event Tracking

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix in collaboration with SDPI conducted a Movement Intention Survey to 783 households hosting 3,136 individuals displaced from Chiure and Macomia districts in Cabo Delgado. Conflict and/or “fear of attacks” due to Non-State Armed Groups (NSAGs) in Cabo Delgado was the main trigger of displacement. At least 70% were displaced from Chiure Velho. 26% from Mazeze and 2% were from Ocua posto. Other postos of origin includes Chiure sede, Katapula, Quiterajo and Mucojo.

The objective of the assessment was to better understand the conditions of the IDP households in the current place of displacement and their short-term intentions. An on-going household verification exercise confirmed the presence of 1,965 households hosting 8,600 individuals in Chiure Posto. Females constitutes 55% of the IDPs whilst 45% are males. Children make up 58% of those remaining displaced within the district.
 

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DTM Burundi, DTMBurundi@iom.int
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English
Location
Burundi
Period Covered
Apr 08 2024
Apr 15 2024
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Event Tracking

Le rapport DTM indique qu'entre le 8 et le 14 avril 2024, au Burundi, 13 674 personnes ont été affectées et 3 715 déplacées suite à des pluies torrentielles, des glissements de terrain, des inondations et des vents violents nécessitant une réponse immédiate de la communauté humanitaire. Parmi les affectés, 7 546 sont des femmes et 6 128 sont des hommes. La répartition par type d'urgence montre que les pluies torrentielles ont affecté 6 983 personnes et en ont déplacé 2 507, les glissements de terrain ont affecté 6 046 personnes et en ont déplacé 793, les inondations ont affecté 359 personnes et en ont déplacé 256, et les vents violents ont affecté 286 personnes et en ont déplacé 159. Les groupes vulnérables comprennent 122 femmes enceintes ou allaitantes, 3 hommes seuls chefs de ménage, 7 personnes avec une maladie chronique, 15 personnes handicapées et 10 personnes âgées vivant seules. Les dommages incluent de nombreuses habitations ainsi que des infrastructures telles que des écoles, des églises et des bâtiments administratifs. Cette situation met en lumière la nécessité d'une aide humanitaire continue et ciblée dans la région.

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DTMUkraine@iom.int
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English
Location
Ukraine
Period Covered
Nov 27 2023
Dec 27 2023
Activity
  • Survey

Профілі областей ґрунтуються на даних раунду 15 Опитування загального населення МОМ, з акцентом на демографічних показниках і переміщенні населення, довгострокових рішеннях, достатності житла, базових потребах, зайнятості та доходах, а також соціальній згуртованості. Ці дані, згруповані за групами населення на обласному рівні, покликані сприяти прийняттю обґрунтованих рішень щодо стратегічних, технічних і програмних аспектів гуманітарного реагування та відновлення в Україні на основі фактичних даних.