Other

DTM (COVID-19) Global Mobility Restrictions Overview - 24 October 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.

Contact

DTMcovid19@iom.int

Methdology

Other

West and Central Africa — Assistance to Voluntary and Humanitarian Return (2017— June 2022)

This document presents an analysis of interviews conducted with  all individuals assisted in their voluntary return destination by the  International Organization for Migration (IOM) between 2017  and June 2022 (148,681) to in one of the 23 countries covered  by the West and Central Africa region (WCA). The analysis  combines datasets from both Assisted Voluntary Return and  Reintegration (AVRR) and Voluntary Humanitarian returns  (VHR).

Contact

Regional Office Dakar, RODakar-DataResearch@iom.int

DTM (COVID-19) Global Mobility Restrictions Overview - 17 October 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.

Contact

DTMcovid19@iom.int

Methdology

Other

DTM (COVID-19) Global Mobility Restrictions Overview - 10 October 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.

Contact

DTMcovid19@iom.int

Methdology

Other

West and Central Africa — Regional Intersectoral Analysis Group (GRANIT) — Gulf of Guinea Coastal Countries Monitoring and Early Warning Tool Report (31 July 2022)

The early warning and monitoring tool on the situation in the Gulf of Guinea coastal countries (Ghana, Benin, Togo and Côte d'Ivoire), as of 31 July 2022, developed by the GRANIT under the direction of OCHA, IOM and REACH, monitors, based on data and analysis provided by humanitarian and development partners, trends relative to key indicators relating to the situation in the four coastal countries, as of 31 July 2022.

This report examines the evolution, over the first five months of 2022, of the situation in Ghana, Togo, Benin and Côte d'Ivoire in terms of :

- Security incidents

- Types and frequency of violence

- Forced displacement of IDPs and Refugees

- Operational status of international borders

- Food security

- Community dynamics

- Human rights

Contact

Regional Office Dakar, RODakar-DataResearch@iom.int

Methdology

Other

DTM (COVID-19) Global Mobility Restrictions Overview - 3 October 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.

Contact

DTMcovid19@iom.int

Methdology

Other

Sénégal — Etat des lieux de départ — Mouvements vers les Îles Canaries (Juillet — Août 2022)

Depuis 2019, un nombre croissant de personnes empruntent la Route Atlantique Ouest Africaine (WAAR). Cette route migratoire, qui avait été particulièrement active en 2006, est redevenue une route fréquemment empruntée par les migrants. C’est ainsi qu’en 2019, 2 687 migrants sont arrivés aux îles Canaries. Ce chiffre, qui avait atteint 23 023 personnes en 2020 a connu une baisse sensible de 4,1 pour cent en 2021, soit 22 316 personnes (Source : Ministère de l’intérieur Espagnol – 2021). Les migrants quittent généralement les côtes du Maroc ou de la Mauritanie vers les îles Canaries. Cependant, les départs sont souvent préparés depuis les côtes du Sénégal et le voyage vers les îles Canaries comprend souvent plusieurs étapes intermédiaires.

Depuis octobre 2020, l’OIM réalise un monitoring des principaux lieux de départ de bateaux en direction des Îles Canaries (Espagne). Ce rapport présente les principales données collectées, la méthodologie employée et les autres évènements identifiés par les enquêteurs le long des côtes sénégalaises.

 

Entre janvier et août 2022, 10 637 migrants sont arrivés de manière irrégulière dans les îles Canaries. A l’inverse, au cours de la même période en 2021, on dénombrait 9 255 arrivées. Ceci représente une augmentation de 15 pour cent (Source : Ministère de l’intérieur Espagnol).

Contact

RO Dakar, RODakar-DataResearch@iom.int,codakar@iom.int

Methdology

Other Flow Monitoring

South Sudan — Mangala Rapid Flow Monitoring (January - May 2022)

Since mid-June 2020, people in South Sudan have been affected by flooding in areas along the White Nile. As numbers increased, a temporary site for the flood-displaced population was set up in Mangala River Port and Bor / Juba Bus Station, where the first group of IDPs arrived on 3 August 2020, and data has been collected since. According to the World Food Programme (WFP), 17,952 individuals/4,911 households are registered in Mangala as of 31 May 2021 (Central Equatoria State- Inter-Cluster Coordination Group). 
D T M is  conducting Rapid Flow Monitoring (RFM) on site which supplies partners with the number of new arrivals and a basic profile of populations arriving at the site, including areas of departure and intended destinations. Between 2 January and 31 May 2022, D T M surveyed 968 groups representing 5,453 individuals, of which 4,863 were new arrivals. The monthly average in this reporting period of new arrivals is 973 individuals, and most arrivals (83%) are not sure of their intended period of stay in Mangala site. February presents an increase in arrivals (1,640) at the port and bus station compared to other months between January and May 2022. 

Contact

DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int

Methdology

Other Flow Monitoring

Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre — Groupe régional d'analyse intersectorielle (GRANIT) — Rapport d'outil de veille dans les pays côtiers du Golfe de Guinée (31 Juillet 2022)

Le rapport d’outil de veille sur la situation dans les quatre pays côtiers du golfe de Guinée (Ghana, Bénin, Togo et Côte d’Ivoire) à la date du 31 Juillet 2022, élaboré par le Groupe régional d’analyse intersectorielle (GRANIT) sous la direction et l’impulsion d’OCHA, de l’OIM et de REACH, fait le suivi, sur la base des données et analyses de partenaires humanitaires et de développement, des tendances relatives à des indicateurs clés reflétant la situation dans les quatre pays côtiers limitrophes du Burkina Faso, au 31 Juillet 2022.

Ainsi, le rapport examine l’évolution, pendant les cinq premiers mois de l’année 2022, au Ghana, Togo, Bénon et Côte d’Ivoire :

- des incidents sécuritaires

- des types et fréquences de violences

- des déplacements forcés de PDI et réfugiés

- de l’ouverture des frontières internationales

- de la sécurité alimentaire

- des dynamiques communautaires

- de la situation des droits de l’Homme.

Contact

Regional Office Dakar, RODakar-DataResearch@iom.int

Methdology

Other

DTM (COVID-19) Global Mobility Restrictions Overview - 26 September 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.

Contact

DTMcovid19@iom.int

Methdology

Other