Yemen — Rapid Displacement Tracking Update - Biannual Report (January - June 2023)
Jun 30 2023
- Displacement Solutions
- Mobility Tracking
Yemen, a country already ravaged by years of conflict and instability, continues to face the harsh reality of displacement. The first half of 2023 has seen a decrease in the number of people displaced from their homes in Yemen. DTM Recorded more than 21,066 people were forced to flee their homes, seeking safety and shelter elsewhere in the first six months of the year. This is a half decrease from the same period in 2022 when there were 42,012 displacements.
According to recent data, the governorates most affected by this crisis are Ma’rib, Ta’iz, Al Hodeidah, Shabwah, and Lahj.
The governorate with the highest number of displacements in the first half of 2023 was Marib, with 1,455 households (HHs) displaced. This is followed by Taiz (572 HHs), Al Hodeida (416 HHs), Shabwah (409 HHs) and lahj (341 HHs). The governorates with the lowest number of displacements are Abyan, Ad Dali’, Hadramawt, and Al Mahara.