HIGHLIGHTS (From 07 to 20 Oct 2020)
• Updates on numbers of new cases in areas controlled by Sana’a DFA are not available.
• 505 migrants arrived at southern governorates (Shabwah and Lahj).
• 02 IDP Households reported COVID-19 as the reason of displacement. So far, the total number of IDPs who have cited COVID-19 as the primary reason for displacement is 1,550 households (see RDT Dashboard for more information).
DTM’s Rapid Displacement Tracking (RDT) tool collects and reports on numbers of households forced to flee on a daily basis, allowing for regular reporting of new displacements in terms of numbers, geography and needs. In the first eights months of 2020, conflict and natural disasters have resulted in new patterns of displacement, particularly in Marib, Al Hudaydah, Al Dhale'e, Taizz, and Al Jawf governorates.
From 01 January 2020- 24 October 2020, IOM Yemen DTM estimates that 26,040 Households (156,240 Individuals) have experienced displacement, at least once.
Since the beginning of 2020, DTM also identified other 1,247 previously displaced households who left the displaced location and moved to either their place of origin or some other displaced location.
Between the 18 October 2020 and 24 October 2020, IOM Yemen DTM tracked 340 Households (2,040 individuals) displaced at least once, the highest number of displacements were seen in:
- Marib (256 HH) – Marib (130 HH), Marib City (42 HH), Al Abdiyah (30 HH) districts. Most displacements in the governorate originated from Marib and Al Jawf.
- Taizz (66 HH) – Jabal Habashy (13 HH), Al Mukha (11 HH), Mawza (7 HH) districts. Most displacements in the governorate originated from Taiz and Al Hudaydah.
- Al Dhale'e (14 HH) – Qa'atabah (14 HH) district.Most displacements in the governorate were internal.
Most displacement resulted from increased conflict in the following governorates and districts.
- Marib (182 HH) – Mahliyah (58 HH), Rahabah (46 HH), Medghal (37 HH) districts.
- Al Jawf (48 HH) – Al Hazm (37 HH), Khabb wa ash Sha'af (9 HH), Al Maton (2 HH) districts.
- Al Hudaydah (35 HH) – Al Hawak (11 HH), Ad Durayhimi (6 HH), Zabid (5 HH) districts.
ບົດສຳຫຼວດນີ້ ໄດ້ນຳສະເຫນີຂໍ້ມູນເຊີງເລິກກ່ຽວກັບສະພາບຊີວິດການເປັນຢູ່ຂອງ ແຮງງານເຄື່ອນຍ້າຍ ທີ່ພັກອາໄສຢູ່ ສູນກັກກັນ ໃນຊ່ວງທີ່່ມີການລົງໄປສຳພາດ. ຄຳຖາມສຳພາດ ແມ່ນໄດ້ຖາມກ່ຽວກັບ ຂໍ້ມູນພື້ນຖານ, ການເດີນທາງຂອງແຮງງານເຄື່ອນຍ້າຍ, ແຜນໃນອະນາຄົດ ແລະ ຜົນກະທົບຂອງ ພະຍາດ COVID-19 ຕໍ່ຊີວິດຂອງພວກເຂົາ. ພ້ອມນັ້ນ, ຍັງໄດ້ນຳສະເຫນີຂໍ້ມູນກ່ຽວກັບຜົນກະທົບຂອງພະຍາດ COVID-19 ຕໍ່ກັບກຸ່ມສ່ຽງ ເຊິງກໍ່ແມ່ນ ຜູ້ຖືກເຄາະຮ້າຍຈາກການຄ້າມະນຸດ ຈຳນວນ 40 ຄົນ.
Chad — Emergency Tracking Tool Report — Profiles of displaced persons housed on the Tradex site following floods in N'Djamena (12 October 2020)
The objective of DTM’s (Displacement Tracking Matrix) Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) is to collect information on large and sudden population movements. Following floods which have been ongoing since the end of July 2020 in N’Djamena, more than 5,000 households were forced to flee their homes. They took refuge either elsewhere in their arrondissement, or in neighbouring arrondissements. In order to host the households who were left without shelter, Chadian authorities and the humanitarian community identified the Tradex site, located in the 9th arrondissement, where 98 households (562 individuals) are currently settled.
The data presented in this report was collected through the registration of households, conducted on 12 October 2020 by IOM staff and the local authorities of the 9th arrondissement, in order to facilitate the provision of humanitarian assistance. This report aims to provide information on the demographic profiles of these displaced persons, as well as an overview of their needs.
This report highlights the impact of COVID-19 on returning Lao migrants. The wave of returning migrants is likely to alter the local economic landscape, as more than 50 per cent of surveyed returning migrants indicated they have no plans to leave Lao People’s Democratic Republic for work again or are not sure of their plans. About 36 per cent were willing to upskill for better opportunities.
Mali — Rapport de Recherche — La "Fièvre De l'Or" Au Mali: Analyse Des Profils Et Dynamiques Migratoires (Décembre 2019)
Cette recherche s’inscrit dans le programme « Sécurité Support et Solutions le long de la Route de la Méditerranée Centrale » financé par le Royaume-Uni à travers le département du développement international (DFID), dont l’un des objectifs est d’améliorer la compréhension des gouvernements, des agences humanitaires et des organisations nationales sur les tendances migratoires afin notamment de formuler des réponses adaptées pour les populations vulnérables. La recherche vise à déterminer le profil migratoire des orpailleurs, les parcours jusqu’aux sites miniers, les modes de prise de décision, ainsi qu’à identifier les systèmes de mobilité soutenant la « fièvre de l’or ». Un autre objectif concerne l’évaluation des défis liés à la protection des personnes vulnérables autour des sites d’orpaillage. La collecte des données a eu lieu entre mars et mai 2019 dans les cercles de Sadiola et Kéniéba dans la région de Kayes, et dans les cercles de Kadiolo et Yanfolia dans la région de Sikasso.
The objective of the Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) is to collect information on large and sudden population movements. Information is collected through key informant interviews or direct observation. This dashboard presents information on a movement which took place on 18 October 2020 in the town of Faya, located in Borkou Province. This movement was observed at the DTM Flow Monitoring Point (FMP) located in Faya.
Following the closure of all the gold mines in the town of Miski (Tibesti Province), 101 gold miners (all men), who were forced to leave the area by order of the authorities, arrived in Faya (Borkou Province) on 18 October 2020. Almost all of them are Chadian nationals, and most are from Eastern Chad (mainly the cities of Abéché and Adré). These flows are very likely to continue in the coming weeks. They could involve over 10,000 individuals.