Central African Republic — Return Intention Survey in Bangui (September 2014)

Since the peak of the crisis in December 2013, displacement in IDP sites in Bangui has decreased by approximately 80.6%. According to the Commission on the Movement of Population (CMP), in the month of September the estimated number of IDPs in Bangui was 60,093, which represents a decrease of 10.9% compared to the previous month.

91% of the total 484 IDPs interviewed envisions to leave the displacement site within the next 4 weeks. Of these, 69% of the respondents want to return and 21% want to relocate. The main challenges confronted on the sites are living conditions, food security, limited access to work and economic vulnerability.