- Administrative division with available number of displaced persons
- Site assessed by DTM
- Event tracking
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) presents a brief report on the current situation of Government-approved collective sites in New Providence in order to support all humanitarian actors and stakeholders involved in the Dorian Hurricane Emergency Response.
As part of the Hurricane Dorian emergency response coordinated by NEMA and its partners, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) presents the Site Profiles Report for Children-only Collective Sites Hosting Evacuees on the Island of New Providence, The Bahamas.
This report provides qualitative information on the factors influencing return intentions of affected population staying in collective centers or sites not managed by Government institutions in the Island of New Providence. This case study covers the period 22-23 September 2019.
There are 5,705 people residing in in affected settledments. This report covers 23 affected Settlements in the Great/Little Abaco Islands. Outer Cays assessment is on-going.