Somalia — Border Point Flow Monitoring — (September 2021)

DTM Somalia,
Period Covered
Sep 01 2021
Sep 30 2021
  • Flow Monitoring


In September 2021, a total of 25,246 movements were observed at 7 Flow Monitoring Points (FMPs). This represents an increase of 52 per cent in comparison with September 2020 (5 months after the country’s first case of COVID-19) when 16,598 movements were observed.

Doolow, Buuhoodle, Bossaso, Cabudwaaq and Lowyacado FMPs recorded an increase in movements between these two periods (190%, 60%, 45%, 39% and 2%, respectively), while Harirad and Dhobley FMPs recorded a decrease in movement (-19% and -3%, respectively).

Cabudwaaq, Doolow, Buuhoodle and Bossaso FMPs recorded the highest numbers of incoming flows (26%, 25%, 16% and 15% of all incoming flows, respectively), additionally Bossaso, Doolow and Dhobley recorded the highest numbers of outgoing flows (39%, 33% and 9% of all outgoing flows, respectively).