Mozambique

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Displaced population tracked by DTM in Mozambique
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Southern African

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Fear of attacks and subsequent confirmed attacks in Ancuabe district by Non-State Armed Groups triggered the movements of 24,462 individuals within Ancuabe, Chiure, Quissanga, Balama, Mecufi, Mueda, Macomia, Montepuez, Meluco, Namuno, Nampula, Balama, Metuge and Cidade de Pemba.

Fear of attacks and subsequent confirmed attacks in Ancuabe and Chiure district by Non-State Armed Groups triggered the movements of 23,567 individuals to Nampula province, in the districts of Erati, Malema, Meconta, Memba, Mogincual, Nacala, Ribaue and Cidade de Nampula.

During the reporting period (1 to 14 June 2022), a total of 306 movements were recorded - 202 arrivals (15,342 individuals), 36 returns (3,361 individuals), 55 departures (3,586 individuals), and 13 transits (721 individuals).

Fear of attacks and subsequent confirmed attacks in Ancuabe district by Non-State Armed Groups triggered the movements of 20,339 individuals within Ancuabe, Chiure, Quissanga, Balama, Mecufi, Mueda, Macomia, Montepuez, Meluco, Namuno, Nampula, Balama, Metuge and Cidade de Pemba.

Fear of attacks and subsequent confirmed attacks in Ancuabe district by Non-State Armed Groups triggered the movements of 17,691 individuals within Ancuabe, Chiure, Quissanga, Balama, Mecufi, Mueda, Macomia, Montepuez, Meluco, Namuno, Nampula, Balama, Metuge and Cidade de Pemba.

Fear of attacks and subsequent confirmed attacks in Ancuabe district by Non-State Armed Groups triggered the movements of 15,479 individuals within Ancuabe, Chiure, Quissanga, Balama, Mecufi, Mueda, Macomia, Montepuez, Meluco, Namuno, Nampula, Balama, Metuge and Cidade de Pemba.

Fear of attacks and subsequent confirmed attacks in Ancuabe district by Non-State Armed Groups triggered the movements of 11,737 individuals within Ancuabe, Chiure, Quissanga, Balama, Mecufi, Mueda, Macomia, Montepuez, Meluco, Namuno, Nampula, Balama, Metuge and Cidade de Pemba.

Fear of attacks and subsequent confirmed attacks in Ancuabe district by Non-State Armed Groups triggered displacements movements between 2-10 June.

Fear of attacks and subsequent confirmed attacks in Ancuabe district by Non-State Armed Groups triggered displacements movements between 02-09 June.

Fear of attacks and subsequent confirmed attacks in Ancuabe district by Non-State Armed Groups triggered displacements movements between 02-08 June.

Fear of attacks and subsequent confirmed attacks in Ancuabe district by Non State Armed Groups triggered displacements movements between 02-07 June.

During the reporting period (25 to 31 May 2022), a total of 128 movements were recorded - 68 arrivals (4,017 individuals), 30 returns (2,230 individuals), 26 departures (614 individuals), and 4 transits (299 individuals).

During the reporting period (18 to 24 May 2022), a total of 93 movements were recorded - 36 arrivals (2,088 individuals), 31 returns (1,751 individuals), 25 departures (670 individuals), and 1 transit (25 individuals).

Recent attacks in Macomia district by Non-State Armed Groups (NSAGs) were reported between 20-23 May 2022, triggering the movements of 1,659 individuals to Napulubo and Macomia Sede between 20-24 May 2022.

During the reporting period (11 to 17 May 2022), a total of 91 movements were recorded - 44 returns (2,097 individuals), 23 arrivals (1,036 individuals), 19 departures (472 individuals), and 5 transits (268 individuals).

During the reporting period (04 to 10 May 2022), a total of 76 movements were recorded - 28 returns (4,487 individuals), 29 arrivals (2,580 individuals), 16 departures (398 individuals), and 3 transits (249 individuals).

During the reporting period (27 April to 03 May 2022), a total of 18 movements were recorded - 7 returns (1,276 individuals), 10 arrivals (311 individuals), and 1 departure (32 individuals). The largest return movements were recorded in Muidumbe (1,118 individuals) and Palma (158 individuals).

During the reporting period (1st to 30 April 2022), a total of 53 movements were recorded - 17 arrivals (175 individuals). 31 departures (526 individuals) and 5 returns (426 individuals).

From 28 October to 12 November, in close coordination with Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster Management (INGD), IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) team conducted a Disaster Risk Assessment (Hazard Mapping) in two provinces (Manica and Sofala).

This Multi-Sectorial Location Assessment (MSLA) report, which presents findings from the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Round 8 assessments, aims to enhance understanding of the extent of internal displacements and the needs of affected populat

During the reporting period (20 to 26 April 2022), a total of 66 movements were recorded - 13 returns (4,957 individuals), 51 arrivals (1,716 individuals), and 2 departures (110 individuals). The largest return movements were recorded in Muidumbe (4,695 individuals) and Palma (257 individuals).

From 6 to 19 of April DTM teams in Muidumbe district have recorded a significant number of individuals returning to their places of origin. An estimated 8,697 individuals have returned in the localities of Mapate, Muambula, Muatide and Namacande.

This Multi-Sectorial Location Assessment (MSLA) report, which presents findings from the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Round 22 assessments, aims to enhance understanding of the extent of internal displacements and the needs of affected popula

During the reporting period (13 to 19 April 2022), a total of 41 movements were recorded - 8 returns (3,851 individuals), 28 arrivals (776 individuals), and 3 departures (20 individuals). The largest return movements were recorded in Muidumbe (3,827 individuals) and Palma (20 individuals).

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