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.
La pandémie du COVID-19 a eu des conséquences majeures sur la mobilité des personnes en Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre.
From 07 to 11 January 2021, in close coordination with Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction(INGD), International Organization for Migration (IOM)’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) teams conducted multi-sectoral location assessm
Suite à la fermeture des frontières en Ethiopie et aux renforcements des contrôles frontaliers au Yémen, certains des migrants qui transitaient par Djibouti en partance ou de retour de la Péninsule Arabique se sont retrouvés bloqués à Djibouti.
Following the border closure in Ethiopia and due to the stricter border management policies in Yemen, some of the migrants who were transiting through Djibouti on their way to or from the Arabian Peninsula found themselves stranded in the country.
An increase in violent attacks in areas of the Gondola district of Manica, and Chibabava and Buzi districts of Sofala has triggered population movements within the Manica and Sofala provinces.
Following the heavy rainfall which occurred between 05 and 07 December 2020, a rapid assessment was conducted by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in collaboration with the National Disasters Management Institute (INGC).
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in collaboration with the Government of Mozambique’s National Disaster Management Agency (INGC) conducted an assessment in the resettlement sites from 25 November to 17 December 2020, with