IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) continued conducting Displacement Site Flow Monitoring (DSFM) at the gates of Malakal PoC Site. During this period, 4,012 interviews were conducted representing 6,616 individual movements into / out of the PoC site. Day movements increased by 14 per cent during this quarter and were mainly dominated by female travelers (57%). Individuals who embark on day movements do so to tend to other livelihood activities including collecting elephant grass (43%) and carry out farming / fishing activities (20%). Temporary movements were driven by individuals moving out to visit friends / family (52%), attempting to return home (10%), and access to healthcare services (9%). Most individuals who traveled temporarily intend to spend more than 6 months (47%), with female travelers dominating these movements (64%). Malakal PoC site recorded a 9 per cent increase in new arrivals (193 to 211 individuals), and 56 per cent of whom were female. Travelers have cited the need to join family (35%) and access to general healthcare (30%) as the main drivers of these new arrivals, and 52 per cent of travelers intend to spend more than 6 months. Permanent exits increased from 41 to 44 individuals during the first quarter of 2022, the majority of whom were females (66%). Attempting to return home has been the main reason for leaving the PoC site, accounting for 77 per cent of exits. Most exits were destined to former homes (80%) in Panyikang, Manyo, and Fashoda counties.