Somalia — Border Point Flow Monitoring (June 2021)

Contact
DTM Somalia, IOMSomaliaDTM@iom.int
Language
English
Location
Somalia
Period Covered
Jun 01 2021 -
Jun 30 2021
Activity
  • Flow Monitoring

Summary

A total of 26,677 movements were observed during this month of June, representing an increase of 77% in comparison with June 2020 when 15,066 movements were observed. This increase can be attributed to the impact of drought leading to population movement and continued conflict in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. 

Lowyacado, Doolow, Bossaso, Cabudwaaq and Dhobley FMPs recorded an increase in movements between these two periods (320%, 188%, 121%, 38% and 16% respectively). Buuhoodle and Harirad FMPs recorded a decrease in movement (-13% and -10% respectively). 

Cabudwaaq, Doolow, and Lowyacado FMPs recorded the highest numbers of incoming flows (24%, 19% and 16% respectively). Buuhoodle and Harirad FMPs recorded a decrease in movement (-13% and -10% respectively). Cabudwaaq, Doolow, and Lowyacado FMPs recorded the highest numbers of incoming flows (24%, 19% and 14%  of all incoming flows respectively), while Bossaso, Doolow and Dhobley recorded the highest numbers of outgoing flows (44%, 33% and 10% of all outgoing flows respectively).

 

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