The findings of this study highlight that a migrant’s social networks affect many aspects of migrants’ experiences, including employment opportunities, security and information sharing.
This infographic presents the key findings of Round 33 of the mobility tracking component of the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) programme in Libya.
This report presents the findings of round 33 of the Mobility Tracking component of IOM Libya’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) programme, covering September – October 2020.
A total of 574,146 migrants of over 43 nationalities were identified in Round 33 of DTM data collection (September and October 2020).
Housing is a basic human need and is central to social, emotional and economic well-being. Housing is closely tied to the way migrants and host populations live, organize their lives and their sense of security.
Between July and September 2020 the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Libya increased exponentially (from below 900 by end of June to over 34,500 cases by end of September) as community transmission continued to affect larger number of people. Simultaneou
During the reporting period, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases increased rapidly, from 14,624 at the end of August to 35,208 by the end of September (+20,584). Most confirmed COVID-19 cases in Libya were identified in Tripoli (10,348 new COVID-19 cases in September).
يعــرض هــذا التقريــر نتائــج الجولــة 32 مــن تجميــع البيانــات التــي أجرتهــا مصفوفــة تتبــع النــزوح خــال شــهري يوليــو وأغســطس مــن ســنة 2020 والتــي أحصــت فيهــا وجــود 584.509 مهاجــرا في ليبيا ينحدر أصلهم ممّا لا يقلّ عن 47 جنسية مختلفة.