Perú — Migration Flows from Venezuela, Round 3 (July 2018)

Contact
DTM Peru, IOMDTMPeru@iom.int
Language
English
Location
Peru
Period Covered
Apr 01 2018
May 31 2018
Activity
  • Flow Monitoring

Summary

The third DTM round was implemented at the main official border points of entry and exit: at the CEBAF Tumbes Border Control Point (BCP), on the border with Ecuador, and the Santa Rosa BCP on the Chilean border. In the case of Metropolitan Lima, the information was collected in places with a high concentration of Venezuelan people. The sample for this DTM corresponds to 1,636 Venezuelans, surveyed in the regions of Tumbes, Lima and Tacna. 26.8% of the people surveyed relocated to a city within Venezuela before starting their migration journey. Of the 24 Venezuelan states, eight have been identifies as the places of origin of the people surveyed for this third report. 17% began their journey in Caracas, the capital city; 11% in Carabobo; 10% in Lara; 9% in Tachira; 7% in Zulia; 6% in Merida; and 5% in the state of Anzoategui.