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Libya — Weekly Migrant and Host Communities COVID-19 Vaccination Update - Phase 3 (29 May - 4 Jun 2022)

As part of the third phase of the Libyan national COVID-19 vaccination campaign led by the Libyan National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), IOM conducted awareness raising sessions on COVID-19 vaccines with a total of 232 adult migrants in two locations, Hai Alandalus and Ain Zara community settings. Additionally, 645 (631 migrants and 14 Libyans) have received COVID-19 vaccination in five locations during the reporting period (29 May - 4 Jun 2022)

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DTM Libya, DTMLibya@iom.int

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Libya — Weekly Migrant and Host Communities COVID-19 Vaccination Update - Phase 3 (5 - 11 June 2022)

As part of the third phase of the Libyan national COVID-19 vaccination campaign led by the Libyan National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), IOM conducted awareness raising sessions on COVID-19 vaccines with a total of 148 adult migrants (13 Females and 135 Males) in two detention centres and a community setting in Tripoli municipality. Additionally, 142 (140 migrants and 2 Libyans) have received COVID-19 vaccination in four locations during the reporting period (5 - 11 June 2022).

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DTM Libya, DTMLibya@iom.int

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DTM (COVID-19) Global Mobility Restrictions Overview - 20 June 2022

The DTM Global Mobility Restrictions Overview provides updates on international air travel restrictions and conditions for authorized entry. This overview aims to understand how COVID-19 has impacted human mobility, detailing how global and regional trends in air travel measures have evolved since COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic in March 2020. The data presented focuses on the changes in public health-related immigration and border management measures. It provides information intended to support IOM missions and partners in targeted response planning and advocacy for vulnerable populations who may be affected by changes in global mobility.

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DTMcovid19@iom.int

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Afghanistan - RLS - Snapshot Report Round 4 (February - March 2022)

This report provides a snapshot of the third round of RLS data collection, as well as a comparison of data that was collected among those returnees who also participated in the third round (December 2021-January 2022). Round 4 of RLS data collection took place between 23 February to 16 March 2022 with Afghan migrants who returned from Türkiye or the EU between January 2018 and July 2021. A total of 627 returnees (541 from Türkiye and 86 from the EU) were interviewed over the phone across 99 districts in 15 provinces.

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DTM Afghanistan, DTMAfghanistan@iom.int

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Cameroun – Extrême-Nord — Indice de stabilité 3 (9—17 Février 2022)

Depuis 2014, la région de l’extrême nord du Cameroun est victime d’attaques de groupes armées non étatiques, qui s’ajoutent aux désastres naturelles et des conflits intercommunautaires qui ont crée des crises humanitaires marquées par de mouvements de populations. Des mouvements de retour et des déplacements de courte et longue durée ont continué à être signalés dans les différentes départements de la région. Une proportion importante de personnes déplacées internes, de retournées et refugiés hors camp vivent encore dans les localités dans des conditions de protection et d’assistance inadéquates, le reste de la population déplacée étant dispersée dans les zones rurales dans des familles d’accueils ou sur des sites spontanés de déplacement. Malgré l’amélioration des conditions de sécurité dans certaines localités a permis de faciliter le retour de certains ménages, des nombreux obstacles persistent les empêchant de trouver des solutions durables à leur déplacement.

Afin de trouver des solutions durables des populations mobiles - que ce soit par le retour dans les communautés d’origine, l’intégration locale ou la réinstallation - et de prévenir de nouveaux déplacements dans la région de l’ Extrême Nord, il est essentiel de comprendre les niveaux relatifs de stabilité dans les lieux accueillant des populations déplacées. Par conséquent, l’OIM, a lancé la collecte de données sur l’Indice de stabilité (IS) pour évaluer la stabilité de ces zones accueillant des populations déplacées. L’IS cherche à comprendre quels facteurs influencent la stabilité d’un lieu, ce qui peut éclairer les interventions programmatiques prioritaires le long du lien humanitaire, de paix et  de développement (HDP Nexus) afin de renforcer la résilience et la stabilité, fournir des solutions durables et prévenir de futurs déplacements forcés.

DTM (COVID-19) Global Mobility Restrictions Overview - 13 June 2022

The DTM Global Mobility Restrictions Overview provides updates on international air travel restrictions and conditions for authorized entry. This overview aims to understand how COVID-19 has impacted human mobility, detailing how global and regional trends in air travel measures have evolved since COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic in March 2020. The data presented focuses on the changes in public health-related immigration and border management measures. It provides information intended to support IOM missions and partners in targeted response planning and advocacy for vulnerable populations who may be affected by changes in global mobility.

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DTMcovid19@iom.int

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Nigeria — Transhumance Tracking Tool Report — Early Warning Dashboard 5 (May 2022)

Farmers-Herdsmen conflicts are propelled by multi-causal factors, such as limited resources in the face of population increment and its attendant increment of needs, weakened traditional conflict resolving mechanisms and shortage of land, and climate change. These narratives and profiles have aided aggressive encroachment and reprisal aggression between the parties leading to mutual hostility and reverse-violent attacks. Further, tensions have grown with reports of violent clashes becoming more frequent, and in recent years, disputes over crop damage, livestock theft, and water pollution have increasingly turned violent.

To analyze the causes of the farmer-herder conflicts in Adamawa state, TTT Early Warning deploys a network of Key Informants selected from members of the Community Response Network (CRN) in the 5 operational LGAs in order to identify the pattern of alerts related to the use of transhumance movement.

Two hundred and eighty-seven (287) alerts were recorded by the TTT Early Warning tool for May 2022. These alerts were triangulated to consist of 255 (89%) events and 32 (11%) massive/sudden movements. The coverage of event alerts spread across 79 percent of the wards in the five (5) operational LGAs. Demsa LGA has the highest rate of events alert (36%), followed by Numan, Lamurde, Girei, and Mayo-Belwa at 26%, 21%, 10%, and 7%, respectively. Kodompti and Gyawana wards in Numan and Lamurde LGAs have the highest recorded event alerts of 38 and 23, respectively.

Areas identified as a high risk of conflict occurrence for the month under review are Jada1 and 2, Bare, Bille, Betso, Demsa, Gumti, Gwamba, Kodomti, Kpasham, Konkol, Lafiya, Lamurde, Mayo Farang, MayoInne, MayoKalaye, Shelleng, Vulpi, Yeli, Bebel, Gengle, Mbilla, Pallam, Guyuk wards. These present an essential early warning opportunity to monitor early or massive transhumance events and mitigate potential Agro-Pastoral conflicts in these locations.

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DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int

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DTM (COVID-19) Global Mobility Restrictions Overview - 6 June 2022

The DTM Global Mobility Restrictions Overview provides updates on international air travel restrictions and conditions for authorized entry. This overview aims to understand how COVID-19 has impacted human mobility, detailing how global and regional trends in air travel measures have evolved since COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic in March 2020. The data presented focuses on the changes in public health-related immigration and border management measures. It provides information intended to support IOM missions and partners in targeted response planning and advocacy for vulnerable populations who may be affected by changes in global mobility.

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DTMcovid19@iom.int

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Niger — Etude sur la migration interne autour des mines d'or dans la région d'Agadez (8—22 Décembre 2021)

Cette étude a cherché à comprendre plus précisément la nature des flux migratoires liés à l’extraction aurifère dans la région d’Agadez tout en prenant en compte les défis de protection posés pour les migrants, en particulier concernant leur accès aux soins de santé et leurs vulnérabilités face aux risques d’exploitation économique sur les sites d’or. La collecte de données s’est déroulée du 8 au 22 décembre 2021,

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DTM Niger, NigerDataResearch@iom.int

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DTM (COVID-19) Global Mobility Restrictions Overview - 30 May 2022

The DTM Global Mobility Restrictions Overview provides updates on international air travel restrictions and conditions for authorized entry. This overview aims to understand how COVID-19 has impacted human mobility, detailing how global and regional trends in air travel measures have evolved since COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic in March 2020. The data presented focuses on the changes in public health-related immigration and border management measures. It provides information intended to support IOM missions and partners in targeted response planning and advocacy for vulnerable populations who may be affected by changes in global mobility.

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DTMcovid19@iom.int

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