Uganda — Flow Monitoring Survey Dashboard: Uganda/Kenya Border (November 2022)
Nov 30 2022
- Flow Monitoring
In November 2022, a total of 2,833 people were interviewed at four Flow Monitoring Points (FMPs) across the border between Uganda and Kenya. Similar to the previous period, more people interviewed were incoming into Uganda (52%) than outgoing to Kenya (48%). Loborokocha has proportionately almost 1 in 3 incoming because it’s the access point to areas with grazing land, arable land for cultivation, and cheaper products.
Indicators highlighting potential protection risks included lack of accommodation arranged at destination (60%) followed by requirement to repay expenses of journey (30%), migrants with no identification document (27%), job offers lined up at destination (15%) and requirement to repay recruitment fees (<1%). Information sources about cross-border job offers were mostly friends, relatives or community in either departure or destination (72%). Almost 3 per cent of people interviewed declared having separated from their spouse.