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Displaced population tracked by DTM in Afghanistan
Latest IDP estimates from IDMC
4,314,000
In Afghanistan, IDMC GRID Dec 2021
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Asia and the Pacific

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To better understand the demographic profiles, living conditions and reintegration processes of Afghan returnees, IOM, under the EU-funded project “Displacement Tracking Matrix Regional Evidence for Migration Analysis and Policy (DTM REMAP)”, developed the Returnee Longitudinal Survey (RLS).

To better understand the demographic profiles, living conditions and reintegration processes of Afghan returnees, IOM, under the EU-funded project “Displacement Tracking Matrix Regional Evidence for Migration Analysis and Policy (DTM REMAP)”, developed the Returnee Longitudinal Survey (RLS).

The snapshot captures present mobility and displacement trends between Afghanistan, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Pakistan, between 16 July and 31 July 2022.

The snapshot captures present mobility and displacement trends between Afghanistan, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Pakistan.

After the political transition by the De Facto Authorities (DFA) on August 15th, 2021, Afghanistan witnessed new patterns and dynamic of internal displacement, cross-border movements, and community needs.

To better understand the demographic profiles, living conditions and reintegration processes of returnees, IOM, under the EU-funded project “Displacement Tracking Matrix Regional Evidence for Migration Analysis and Policy (DTM REMAP)”, developed the Returnee Longitudinal Survey

DTM has been conducting the Baseline Mobility Assessment in Afghanistan since 2016 to track mobility, provide information on population estimates, locations and geographic distribution of displaced and returnee populations, reasons for displacement, places of origin and periods of displacement.

DTM has been conducting the Baseline Mobility Assessment in Afghanistan since 2016 to track mobility, provide information on population estimates, locations and geographic distribution of displaced and returnee populations, reasons for displacement, places of origin and periods of displacement.

DTM has been conducting the Baseline Mobility Assessment in Afghanistan since 2016 to track mobility, provide information on population estimates, locations and geographic distribution of displaced and returnee populations, reasons for displacement, places of origin and periods of displacement.

DTM has been conducting the Baseline Mobility Assessment in Afghanistan since 2016 to track mobility, provide information on population estimates, locations and geographic distribution of displaced and returnee populations, reasons for displacement, places of origin and periods of displacement.

This report demonstrates how Afghan mobility is the result of a range of factors related to economic conditions and prolonged conflict within the country. Between April 2021 and August 2021 (Round 3 of SDM), various provinces of Afghanistan were affected by active conflict, which was followed by

This report will demonstrate how Afghan mobility is the result of a range of factors related to economic conditions and prolonged conflict within the country.

The snapshot captures present mobility and displacement trends between Afghanistan, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Pakistan.

DTM has been conducting the Baseline Mobility Assessment in Afghanistan since 2016 to track mobility, provide information on population estimates, locations and geographic distribution of displaced and returnee populations, reasons for displacement, places of origin and periods of displacement.

DTM has been conducting the Baseline Mobility Assessment in Afghanistan since 2016 to track mobility, provide information on population estimates, locations and geographic distribution of displaced and returnee populations, reasons for displacement, places of origin and periods of displacement.

This snapshot summarizes available data on Afghan, Bangladeshi, Iranian, Iraqi and Pakistani nationals’ arrivals in the European Union in 2021.

To better understand the demographic profiles, living conditions and reintegration processes of Afghan returnees, IOM, under the EU-funded project “Displacement Tracking Matrix Regional Evidence for Migration Analysis and Policy (DTM REMAP)”, developed the Returnee Longitudinal

DTM has been conducting the Baseline Mobility Assessment in Afghanistan since 2016 to track mobility, provide information on population estimates, locations and geographic distribution of displaced and returnee populations, reasons for displacement, places of origin and periods of displacement.

The snapshot captures present mobility and displacement trends between Afghanistan, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Pakistan.

The snapshot captures present mobility and displacement trends between Afghanistan, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Pakistan.

This report provides a snapshot of the fourth round of RLS data collection which took place from 23 February to 16 March 2022 among Afghan migrants who had returned from Türkiye or the EU between January 2018 and July 2021.

The snapshot captures present mobility and displacement trends between Afghanistan, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Pakistan.

The snapshot captures present mobility and displacement trends between Afghanistan, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Pakistan.

This report is the result of the first round of data collection that took place from May to August 2021 with Afghan migrants who returned from Turkey and the EU in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 through IOM’s Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) and Stabilisation, Reint

This map provides information on total number of security incidents and fatalities in the last 6 months in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on total number of deaths in the last 3 months in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on number of unemployed adults (18+) in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on individuals who do not have access to phone or mobile network in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on individuals who do not have access to markets in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on individuals who do not have access to latrines in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on inaccessibility of clinics in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on level of confidence in justice system in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on individuals unable to afford rent in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on income from unskilled daily labour in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on income from unskilled daily labour in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on income from production sources and businesses in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on income from livestock sources in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on income from agriculture sources in villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on Top 4 income sources of villages assessed under Community Based Needs Assessment during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on Returned Migrants from Abroad, Afghans who had fled abroad for at least 6 months and have now returned to Afghanistan, during the period from 2012 through December 2021.

This map provides information on Out Migrants (Afghans who moved or fled abroad) During period of 2012 till December 2021.

This map provides information on Returned IDPs (Afghans from an assessed village who had fled as IDPs in the past and have now returned home) During period of 2012 till December 2021.

This map provides information on Arrival IDPs (IDPs from other location currently residing in an assessed village) during period of 2012 till December 2021.

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations.IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations.IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations.IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in complex and unprecedented ways in the form of various travel restrictions, suspension of air travel, and border closures. To better understand this, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has developed a global mobility database to map these impacts on human mobility, across global, regional, and country levels. Furthermore, COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations in camps and camp-like settings as well as exacerbated the vulnerabilities of mobile populations who may now be stranded owing to COVID-19 related mobility restrictions. This data is particularly important when addressing specific needs faced by migrants and mobile populations.IOM has developed a global mobility database mapping the status of different Points of Entry (PoE) and Key Locations of Internal Mobility, globally. These include airports, land border crossing points (could be rail or road), blue border crossing points (sea, river or lake), internal transit points, and areas of interest. For each point of entry, data is collected on the type of restriction, measured applied, and the timeframe, as well as the population category that may be affected by the restrictive measures. This workstream uses direct input from IOM missions and this dashboard displays regularly updated mobility restrictions at the location level.

دا نقشه د ۲۰۱۲ کال څخه ۲۰۲۰ جون میاشتې اړوند ټولټال راغلیو کسانو په اړه ده (بهرنیو هېوادونو څخه راستنېدونکي + راغلي کورني بېځایه شوي).

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