The Gambia — Flow Monitoring Report 9 (February 2022)




RO Dakar,
The Gambia
Period Covered
Feb 01 2022
Feb 28 2022
  • Flow Monitoring

IOM, through the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Flow  Monitoring tool, collects data at key entry, exit and transit points to  better understand population movements across West and Central  Africa. The monitoring of population flows allows for the  quantification and qualification mobility flows and trends, migrant  profiles, and migratory experiences and routes. Since 2021, four (4) Flow  Monitoring Points (FMPs) have been active in

  1) Barra (FMPs are located at the ferry terminal  and the main


  2) Farafenni (FMPs are located at Farafenni main  garage, Farafenni

      Ballan-Ghar garage, Farafenni McCarthy and Sanjally  garage,

      Farafenni turntable garage and the truck garage);

  3) Basse (FMPs are  situated at the main garage and the bus station in

      Basse Santa-Su) and 

  4) Brikama (FMPs are located at the main garage and the Bus station)

 In The Gambia, monitoring mobility within the country and  between The Gambia, Senegal and beyond.

This report presents the key results from the Flow Monitoring Survey conducted from the 1st to the 28th of  February 2022 excluding weekends.