Ethiopia — Flow Monitoring Dashboard 48 (September 2023)
Sep 30 2023
- Flow Monitoring
In September 2023, a total of 37,742 movements were observed across the six flow monitoring points (FMPs) in Ethiopia. This represents a 6% increase in daily average movements in comparison with August 2023 when an average of 1,187 movements per day were observed.
Outgoing movements (71.8%) during September increased while incoming movements (28.2%) decreased compared to the previous month, mainly due to decreased incoming flows from neighboring Sudan through the Metema and Kurmuk entry points. A total of 27,108 outgoing movements were observed, of which 11,204 (41.3%) were heading to Saudi Arabia, 5,489 (20.2%) were going to Kenya, 3,631 (13.4%) were travelling towards Somalia, 3,023 (11.2%) to Djibouti, 1,173 (4.3%) intending to reach Yemen, 976 (3.6%) heading to Sudan, and 878 (3.2%) to South Africa, while remaining movements were travelling to other southern African, Middle Eastern, European and North American countries.
At the same time, 10,634 incoming movements were observed, of which 4,528 (42.6%) originated from Sudan, mainly fleeing the conflict that started in April, while 2,145 (20.2%) came from Somalia, 1,990 (18.7%) from Kenya, 1,783 (16.8%) from Djibouti, and the remaining from Yemen, Uganda, South Sudan and Burundi.