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Cumulatively from 16 June 2015 to 13 August 2015, 2,176 households representing 6,311 individuals crossed the border into Haitian territory; 48.3% were female while 51.3% were male and 0.4% of records had no data on gender; 25 presumed unaccompanied minors were identified; 286 heads
Cumulatively from 16 June 2015 to 6 August 2015, 1,659 households representing 4,628 individuals crossed the border into Haitian territory • 50.3% were female while 49.4% were male and 0.3% of records had no data on gender • 25 presumed unaccompanied minors were identified • 135 resp
Cumulatively from 16 June 2015 to 31 July 2015, 2,176 households representing 6,311 individuals crossed the border into Haitian territory; 48.3% were female while 51.3% were male and 0.4% of records had no data on gender; 25 presumed unaccompanied minors were identified; 286 heads of
From 16th June to 17th July 2015 IOM teams had a presence at nine official and unofficial border entry points. During this exercise, the teams interviewed 491 households, corresponding to 1,643 individuals who had crossed the border.
This Site Assessment Dashboard identified 1,385,298 IDPs (188,547 households), of which 111,141 IDPs are living in 42 sites. Most (99,648) IDPs were identified in Borno, followed by Adamawa where 6,813 IDPs were identified.
As of June 2015, 1,385,298 IDPs in 188,547 households were identified in the fourth round of assessments. Of these, 111,141 IDPs were identified in 42 sites. The dashboard includes a map of displacement severity by Local Government Area (LGA) and ward.
As of 29 April 2015, 1,491,706 IDPs in 194,145 households were identified in the third round of assessments. Of these, 147,285 IDPs were identified in 42 camps. The dashboard includes a map of displacement severity by Local Government Area (LGA) and ward.
Round 3 of the DTM site assessments in northeastern Nigeria identified 1,491,706 IDPs (or 194,145 households). These include 147,285 IDP in 42 camps.
A total of 1,491,706 IDPs (194,145 households) were identified in Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba and Yobe states. Borno state (939,290 IDPs) has the highest number of IDPs, followed by Adamawa (222,882 IDPs) and Yobe (139,591 IDPs).
1,188,018 IDPs in 149,357 households were identified in 43 displacement sites in Adamawa, Borno and Taraba states. 27,612 IDPs are displaced in 18 sites in Adamawa state. 120,872 IDPs are displaced in 15 sites in Borno state. 5,524 IDPs are displaced in 10 sites in Taraba state.
A total of 1,235,294 IDPs were identified in northern Nigeria. 1,188,018 IDPs (149,357 households) were identified in Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba and Yobe states. Another 47,276 IDPs (5,910 households) were identified in Plateau, Nasarawa, Abuja, Kano and Kaduna states.
1,188,018 IDPs in 149,357 households were identified in six states in north-eastern Nigeria in January to February 2015. 56% of the IDP population in the sites are children, 8.7% are below 1 year old and 54% are female. 7.5% of the IDP population is above 60 years old.
This displacement report covers the period of October to December 2014. In Adamawa, Bauchi, Gombe, Taraba and Yobe states, 389,281 IDPs (60,232 households) were identified.
As of 14 December 2014, 389,281 IDPs in 60,232 households were identified in the first round of assessments.
Between December 2016 and January 2017, the number of identified IDPs increased by 129,386 individuals (7.3% increase). This brings the total number if IDPs in Nigeria to 1,899,830 (337,353 households).
10,040 migrants were recorded across 9 flow monitoring points. 1,187 were recorded in detention centers, 6,593 at transit points, 1,726 at public gathering points, 85 in private settings and 449 in other public buildings.
As of the 31 December, the conflict in the northeastern part of Nigeria has left an estimated 1,770,444 people displaced across 6 most affected states.
11,250 crossing migrants were identified through 489 FMP baseline assessments from July to December 2016. During the same time, DTM analyzed 8,135 migrant surveys. The main nationalities are Niger (24%), Egypt (21%), Sudan (13%), Nigeria (9%), and Chad (6%).
تعمل مصفوفة تتبُع النزوح الخاصة بالمنظمة الدولية للهجرة في اليمن على مراقبة المواقع الرئيسية التي يصل عبرها المهاجرون على الحدود الساحلية الجنوبية، و مواقع العائدون اليمنيون والموجودة على الحدود الشمالي
The dashboard is a map indicating the number of returnees per LGA. 1,099,509 returnees returned to Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States. 64,151 (5.8%) are Nigerian refugees from Chad and Cameroon. The map indicates return areas, inaccessible areas, water boundaries and state boundaries.
During the reporting period covering the 1st to the 15th of April 2016 IOM recorded four shipwrecks of the coast of Libya. In total, DTM recorded 511 migrants from 11 April - 12 April 2012. More than 17,500 stranded migrants and 8,500 IDP families have received NFIs and hygiene kits since 2014.
2018 overview on migration flows observed across The Horn of Africa (Ethiopia, Somalia, and Djibouti) and Yemen.
2018 overview on migration flows observed across West and Central Africa.
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