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Niger — Evaluation des villages 4 (11 Avril — 3 Mai 2022)

Depuis 2018, les régions de Diffa, Maradi, Tahoua et Tillabéri du Niger sont témoin de mouvements importants de personnes déplacées en lien avec les multiples crises sécuritaires touchant les pays. l’Organisation Internationale pour les Migrations (OIM) au Niger, à travers sa Matrice de Suivi des Déplacements (Displacement Tracking Matrix DTM) a conduit des évaluations, avec la participation des autorités (Ministère de l’Action Humanitaire et de la Gestion des Catastrophes, et Direction Régionale de l’Etat Civil des Migrations et des Refugiés) dans tous les villages des régions affectées hébergeant des populations déplacées pour collecter des informations sur l’ampleur, l’évolution, les tendances des déplacements internes, l'accès aux services de base et les besoins humanitaires des populations affectées, permettant ainsi au gouvernement du Niger et aux partenaires humanitaires de mener une réponse mieux ciblée et adaptée. Les évaluations DTM sont menées à travers des questionnaires à destination d’informateurs clés ayant une connaissance approfondie de la situation des Personnes déplacées. Le présent tableau de bord offre un résumé succinct des résultats clés de la quatrième ronde d’évaluations DTM menée du 11 Avril au 03 Mai 2022.

South Sudan — Population count: Bentiu Town Sites (April 2022)

As per April 2022 population count findings, the Bentiu Town Sites ( B, C, D, and E) population stands at 58,118 individuals (on average 6 individuals per shelter). This represents an eleven per cent increase 5,861 individuals/ 542 households) compared to March 2022.

Unity State has been experiencing flooding since 2019 in the counties of Mayendit, Leer, Panyijiar, and Koch. As a result of the flooding in Guit and Rubkona in 2021, Bentiu Town Sites (A, B, C, D, and E) were formed in August 2021. In order to provide accurate information on the Internally Displaced Persons (IPDs), the International Organization for Migration’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (IOM DTM) began conducting monthly population counts in November 2021 including questions on areas of habitual residence, areas of displacement, intentions to return or relocate and demographic information to inform partners.

Contact

DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int

Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre — Une région en mouvement: Tendances de mobilités en Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre (Janvier — Décembre 2021)

Le présent rapport vise à fournir un aperçu sur les tendances principales de mobilités de populations en Afrique de l’Ouest et du Centre en 2021. Il aborde la mobilité régionale selon deux grandes lignes : les déplacements internes et les flux migratoires. Dans chaque section, le rapport présente des tendances primaires de mobilités, les évènements clés, et les profils de populations mobiles observées en 2021. L’édition 2020 de ce rapport contient en outre des sections qui examinent en détail l’impact de la crise de COVID-19 sur la mobilité régionale, les migrations environnementales et climatiques et les solutions durables aux déplacements forcés dans la région.

Papua New Guinea — Internal Displacement Update (Jan - May 2022)

Pari Andawale community in Tebi LLG: This community was affected by conflict on 11 April 2022. About 70 homes were burnt down and an estimated 1,200 displaced. The IDPs fled to different villages around Hela. DTM data collection is ongoing with the support of community focal points.

Lomia and Tiya communities in Hulia LLG, Koroba Kopiago District: Located approx 40 km South of Tari town. It is reported that about 50 houses were burnt down leaving an estimated 700 people displaced. The conflict started on 12 Apr 2022. Peace negotiations between the two fighting groups are ongoing.


Fugwa and Nalipa communities in South Koroba Kopiago District:Two tribal fights erupted on 10 Apr 2022 and several houses were burnt down in Pundu, Nalipa, Akupu and Parisawi council wards. On 25 Apr 2022 two individuals from Akupa na Nalipa and Paris Awi clans opened fire at a Government official’s residence, injuring at least 20 people. Retaliation resulted in the burning down of houses and displacement Three people died from this conflict. An estimated 2,000 people are displaced from these conflicts. Those affected by these conflict have received support (food and clothing from the nearby churches).

Contact

DTM Papua New Guinea, iompngmdac@iom.int

Papua New Guinea — Internal Displacement Update (Jan - Apr 2022)

Pari / Andawale community, Tepi LLG: On 11-Apr-2022, a fight broke out displacing an estimated 500 people from three council wards. At least 60 houses were burnt down, and livestock, food gardens, and trees were destroyed. Nine (9) seed multiplication sites supported by UN FAO and benefiting 60 households were destroyed. The destruction of properties continues. No deaths have been reported to date. Uniformed forces are intervening to stop the fighting. Peace negotiations are ongoing.


Lomia and Tiya communities, Hulia LLG, Koroba-Kopiago District: Located approx. 40km South of Tari town. It is reported that about 10 houses were burnt down leaving 50 people displaced following violent conflict on 12-Apr-2022. Peace negotiations between the two fighting groups are ongoing.


Hulia LLG, Koroba-Kopiago District: Two tribal fights erupted on 10-Apr-2022 and several houses were burnt down. The situation is tense and field teams are yet to gather additional information.


Koroba-Kopiago District: A short, swift attack occurred on 10-Apr-2022 leaving three people dead, and displacing five women, nine children, and two old persons who have taken refuge at a church near Koroba station.


Fugwa, Koroba-Kopiago District: On 25-Apr-2022, two individuals from Akupa na Nalipa and Paris Awi clans opened fire at a government official’s residence, injuring at least 20 people. Retaliation resulted in the burning down of houses and displacement about 100 people in Fugwa. The situation remains tense and more information will be provided as it becomes available.

Contact

DTM Papua New Guinea, iompngmdac@iom.int

South Sudan — Population count: Bentiu IDP Camp (April 2022)

Recognizing that there have been significant population changes since the last overall biometric registration / verification, IOM DTM conducts regular population counts to monitor population dynamics and displacement trends. This exercise shows that the actual number of persons currently living at Bentiu IDP Camp remains lower than the registered total.

As per April 2022 population count findings, the Bentiu IDP Camp population stands at 112,329 individuals (17,714 households) in 12,017 inhabited shelters (on average 9 individuals per shelter). This represents a four per cent increase (4,939 individuals/834 households) compared to January 2022.

Contact

DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int

Brasil — Situaçāo dos refugiados e migrantes venezuelanos desabrigados em Pacaraima (Dezembro 2021)

Em dezembro, com a autorização emitida pela Polícia Federal após a entrada no país, a regularização migratória
pode ser realizada em outras cidades do país. Neste mês, o número de solicitantes dos serviços de regularização migratória da Operação Acolhida e, consequentemente, de pessoas em situação de rua em Pacaraima diminuiu 27,33% em comparação a novembro, totalizando 2566 pessoas. Na noite da contagem, foram atendidas 428 pessoas no Anexo BV-8 em serviço de pernoite. Atores da sociedade civil seguiram com cadastro para que a população das ocupações espontâneas tenha acesso a
cartões-alimentação.

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iombrazil@iom.int

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Brasil — Situaçāo dos refugiados e migrantes venezuelanos desabrigados em Boa Vista (Dezembro 2021)

Em dezembro, a OIM contabilizou aumento de 3,45% na população fora dos abrigos, chegando a 2489 pessoas. O Posto de Recepção e Apoio (PRA) teve acréscimo de 6,24% em relação ao mês anterior, com 1209 pessoas. A infraestrutura do PRA segue em reforma para ampliar a capacidade, os serviços ofertados e melhorar as condições de pernoite, água e saneamento. O número de ocupações espontâneas na cidade se manteve em 14, no entanto, a população nesses espaços foi de 908 para 913 pessoas, um incremento de 0,55%. No último trimestre do ano, a população em situação de rua subiu para 356 pessoas, 0,56% mais do que o mês anterior.

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iombrazil@iom.int

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