Ethiopia — Flow Monitoring Dashboard 45 (June 2023)
Jun 30 2023
- Flow Monitoring
In June 2023, a total of 52,634 movements were observed across six of Ethiopia's flow monitoring points (FMPs). This represents a 15% decrease in daily average movements in comparison with May 2023 when an average of 2,072 movements per day were observed. Outgoing movements (48.1%) during June have shown a slight increase while incoming movements (51.9%) have decreased compared to the previous month mainly due to decreased incoming flows from neighboring Sudan through the Metema entry point. A total of 25,338 outgoing movements were observed of which 10,877 (42.9%) were heading towards Saudi Arabia, 6,332 (25%) were going to Kenya, 2,665 (10.5%) were travelling towards Djibouti, 2,421 (9.6%) to Somalia, 1,024 (4%) intended to reach South Africa, 721 (2.8%) headed to Yemen, 384 (1.5%) to Sudan, and 279 (1.1%) to the United Arab Emirates while remaining movements were travelling to other Southern African, Middle Eastern, European and North American countries.
At the same time, 27,296 incoming movements were observed, of which 21,922 (80.3%) had originated from Sudan mainly fleeing the conflict that started in April, while 2,071 (7.6%) came from Djibouti, 2,018 (7.4%) from Kenya, 1,248 (4.6%) movements from Somalia, and the remaining from Yemen and the United Republic of Tanzania. Most of these (51.1%) were Ethiopians, followed by Sudanese nationals (34.5%) fleeing the crisis in Sudan. Returning Ethiopians departed from Sudan (62%), Djibouti (14%), Kenya (14%), Somalia (9%) and the remaining travelled from Yemen and the United Republic of Tanzania.