IOM Mozambique – Progress Towards Achieving Durable Solutions, Sofala (November 2023)
Jul 08 2023
- Community Perception
- Displacement Solutions
The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in collaboration with Mozambique’s National Disaster Management Agency (INGD) conducted assessments and stakeholder consultations to monitor progress made towards solutions for displacement-affected communities in Buzi, Caia, Chibabava, Dondo and Nhamatanda districts of Sofala province.
Guided by the International Recommendations for IDP Statistics (IRIS)7 and the Data for Solutions to Internal Displacement Taskforce (DSID,2023), this report aims at informing targeted interventions in key areas of concern and provides initial evidence for programming which can be catalytic to move towards local integration of displaced communities in central Mozambique. By integrating a quantitative and qualitative approach, the report provides an opportunity for the voices of IDPs to be heard focusing mainly on the first five criteria to achieve durable solutions. The goal is to foster a comprehensive grasp of the situation and facilitate collaborative, evidence-based, decision-making regarding further solutions programming.