Chad — Flow Monitoring Report 26 (May 2016)

Contact
DTM Chad, dtmtchad@iom.int
Language
English
Location
Chad
Period Covered
May 01 2019 -
May 31 2019
Activity
  • Flow Monitoring

Summary

This report presents data collected at key transit points in Faya, Kalait, Rig-Rig and Sarh, in Northern, Western and Southern Chad. These Flow Monitoring Points (FMPs) were set up in order to monitor the movements of travellers in transit through the country. The FMP in Sarh was installed in May 2019. During the month of May 2019, 363individuals were, on average, observed at Chad FMPs every day. This represents a significant decrease of 35 per cent since April 2019. The main type of movement of travellers observed at FMPs were local short-term movements (52%). The majority of travellers (89%) were adults (69% were man and 20% were women), while 11 per cent were children (6% of boys and 5% of girls). Chadian nationals composed the majority of travellers (86%), although 6 per cent were Central African nationals  and 4 per cent were Nigerien nationals.Chadian nationals composed the majority of travellers (86%), although 6 per cent were Central African nationals  and 4 per cent were Nigerien nationals.Chadian nationals composed the majority of travellers (86%), while 6 per cent were Central African nationals  and 4 per cent were Nigerien nationals.