Dix-sept nouveaux déplacements et 78 nouvelles arrivées de personnes déplacées internes ont été rapportés pendant la période d’évaluation dans les 173 quartiers évalués, les chiffres les plus bas depuis le début des évaluations hebdomadaires en avril. Toutefois, la situation sécuritaire reste tendue, avec dix-huit quartiers affectés par des violences généralisées et six par des violences ciblées. Un faible séisme a été ressenti le 13 avril, causant la panique au sein de certains quartiers mais ne provoquant aucun dégât physique ou déplacement de population. Durant la période d’évaluation précédente (4 – 10 juin), la DTM estimait 462 nouveaux déplacements et 432 nouvelles arrivées de personnes déplacées internes dans 196 quartiers évalués.
The DTM Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) is deployed to track and collect information on large and sudden population movements, provide frequent updates on the scale of displacement and quantify the affected population when needed. As a sub-component of the Mobility Tracking methodology in Nigeria, ETT utilises direct observation and a broad network of key informants to capture best estimates of the affected population per location, enabling targeted humanitarian response planning.
Between 13 and 19 June 2022, a total of 5,157 new arrivals were recorded in Adamawa and Borno States. The new arrivals were recorded at locations in Askira/Uba, Bama, Damboa, Gwoza, Kala Balge, Monguno and Ngala Local Government Areas (LGAs) of the most conflict-affected state of Borno and in Demsa, Fufore, Girei, Gombi, Guyuk, Hong, Lamurde, Maiha, Michika, Mubi North, Mubi South, Numan, Song, Yola North and Yola South LGAs of Adamawa State.
ETT assessments identified the following movement triggers: communal clashes (2,498 individuals or 48%), improved security (949 individuals or 18%), poor living conditions (679 individuals or 13%), military operations (500 individuals or 10%), seasonal farming (379 individuals or 7%), fear of attack (100 individuals or 2%), lack of humanitarian assistance (29 individuals or 1%) and family re-unification (23 individuals or 1%).
Since 6th June 2022, a series of clashes between neighbouring Boshikiri community in Guyuk LGA and Kupte, Wuro Mallam Isa and Tudun Wada communities in Lamurde LGA of Adamawa state were reported which led to a sudden wave of population displacement within Adamawa State.
IOM Pakistan collects data on the outflows of undocumented Afghan migrants at the Torkham and Chaman border crossing points in an effort to better understand the migration movements of undocumented Afghan migrants returning to Afghanistan from Pakistan. This exercise is part of the European Union funded project “Displacement Tracking Matrix Regional Evidence for Migration Analysis and Policy (DTM REMAP)”. From 21 May to 03 June 2022, 4,063 undocumented Afghan migrants returned to Afghanistan from Pakistan, including 287 through the Torkham border point and 3,776 through the Chaman border point. During the reporting period, border authorities facilitated the return of 46 individuals due to the lack of legal documentation to remain in Pakistan. Therefore, information concerning these 46 individuals is not included in the report analysis.
IOM Pakistan collects data on the outflows of undocumented Afghan migrants at the Torkham and Chaman border crossing points in an effort to better understand the migration movements of undocumented Afghan migrants returning to Afghanistan from Pakistan. This exercise is part of the European Union funded project “Displacement Tracking Matrix Regional Evidence for Migration Analysis and Policy (DTM REMAP)”. From 04 to 17 June 2022, 3,002 undocumented Afghan migrants returned to Afghanistan from Pakistan, including 322 through the Torkham border point and 2,680 through the Chaman border point. During the reporting period, border authorities facilitated the return of 103 individuals due to the lack of legal documentation to remain in Pakistan. Therefore, information concerning these 103 individuals is not included in the report analysis.
As the war in Ukraine has entered its fourth month, the civilian population is bearing the burden of ongoing hostilities. Since the onset of the war, refugees from Ukraine and Third Country Nationals (TCNs) not in need of international protection have been fleeing from Ukraine to the Republic of Moldova. From 24 February to 12 May 2022, the Moldovan authorities have reported a cumulative total of 459,608 arrivals from Ukraine into the Republic of Moldova, of whom 420,772 (91.6%) are Ukrainian refugees and 38,836 (8.4%) TCNs (Source: General Inspectorate for Border Police).
This is the fourth fact sheet that summarizes the findings of the displacement survey conducted by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), in partnership with UN Women, to assess the humanitarian needs and intentions of refugees from Ukraine and TCNs fleeing into the Republic of Moldova from Ukraine. This report presents an analysis based on the 12,814 interviews conducted between 09 March and 12 May 2022, out of which 11,881 interviews took place in entry and exit border crossing points (BCPs): Otaci, Palanca and Tudora (entry from Ukraine), and Giurgiulesti, Leuseni (exit towards Romania), and in transit centres in Chisinau: Moldexpo, the Ukrainian Consulate and the main bus station. Additionally, 933 interviews were conducted in reception centres and private accommodations.
Between 24 February and 20 June 2022, Ukrainian refugees represent 92 per cent (463,305) of all individuals registered at entry from Ukraine (UKR) to the Republic of Moldova (MDA). The remaining eight per cent (42,488) are other TCNs. Similarly, Ukrainian refugees represent 90 per cent (278,400) of all individuals registered while leaving the Republic of Moldova towards Romania during the reporting period and the remaining 10 per cent (32,013) are TCNs.
This report focuses on trends of TCNs from Ukraine to the Republic of Moldova, analyzing data about their stay or their subsequent movement out of the country.