NTMI — Niñez y Adolescencia Migrante No Acompañada Retornada (Vol. 2)

Contact
IOM El Salvador, iomsansalvador@iom.int
Language
Spanish
Location
El Salvador
Period Covered
Nov 01 2015 -
Mar 31 2016
Activity
  • Event Tracking
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Site Assessment

Summary

DTM El Salvador collected data on the type of shelter and housing available to the families of unaccompanied minor returnees. The majority of the families of unaccompanied minor returnees lived in rural areas and were home owners. Several vulnerability indicators were identified from the data collected. These were: not being the owner of the property, having a dirt floor and not having access to potable water. In addition, further contributors to the vulnerability of unaccompanied minor returnees included residing with households headed by a single parent or other relative.

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