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Displaced population tracked by DTM in Thailand
Latest IDP estimates from IDMC
41,000
In Thailand, IDMC GRID Dec 2021
Region
Asia and the Pacific

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To better understand health and screening capacities in Thailand, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), with support from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is implementing Population Mobility Monitoring (PMM) along the Lao-Thai and Cambodia-Thai borders.

To better understand health and screening capacities in Thailand, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), with support from the US Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration (PRM), is implementing Population Mobility Monitoring (PMM) along the Myanmar-Thai border.

In an effort to better understand health and screening capacities, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), with support from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Thailand is implementing Population Mobility Monitoring (PMM) along the Lao-Thai and Cambodia-Thai borders.

From mid-November 2021 to mid-February 2022, a total of 4,429 surveys were collected among Cambodian and Myanmar migrants in the provinces of Chanthaburi, Chonburi, Ranong, Rayong, Tak, Trat, and Greater Bangkok Area.

Thailand has been fighting COVID-19 longer than any country in the world except China – after isolating the virus on January 13, 2020.

Thailand has been fighting COVID-19 longer than any country in the world except China – after isolating the virus on January 13, 2020.

Thailand has been fighting COVID-19 longer than any country in the world except China – after isolating the virus on January 13, 2020.

Thailand has been fighting COVID-19 longer than any country in the world except China – after isolating the virus on January 13, 2020.

Thailand has been fighting COVID-19 longer than any country in the world except China – after isolating the virus on January 13, 2020.

Thailand has been fighting COVID-19 longer than any country in the world except China – after isolating the virus on January 13, 2020.

Thailand has been fighting COVID-19 longer than any country in the world except China – after isolating the virus on January 13, 2020.

Thailand has been fighting COVID-19 longer than any country in the world except China – after isolating the virus on January 13, 2020.

From 11 to 22 January 2021, IOM surveyed 316 Myanmar migrants in the Mae Sot district of Tak province in order to better understand their situation and vulnerabilities following the outbreak of COVID-19 in Thailand.

From 15 - 17 February 2021, IOM conducted a rapid needs assessment to better understand the situation and vulnerabilities of migrants affected by the recent outbreak of COVID-19 in Machachai sub-district of Mueang Samut Sakhon district, Samut Sakhon.

From 7 - 8 January 2021, IOM conducted a rapid needs assessment to better understand the situation and vulnerabilities of migrants affected by the recent outbreak of COVID-19 in Machachai sub-district of Mueang Samut Sakhon district, Samut Sakhon.

Between 30 - 31 December 2020, IOM's Displacement Tracking Matrix conducted a rapid needs assessment to better understand the situation and vulnerabilities of migrants affected by the recent outbreak of COVID-19 in Machachai sub-district of Mueang Samut Sakhon district, Samut Sakhon.

Between 23 - 24 December 2020, IOM's Displacement Tracking Matrix conducted a rapid needs assessment to better understand the situation and vulnerabilities of migrants affected by the recent outbreak of COVID-19 in Machachai sub-district of Mueang Samut Sakhon district, Samut Sakhon.

IOM's Displacement Tracking Matrix used snowball sampling method through 75 key informants who provide information on the situation and vulnerability of migrants and non-Thai citizens residing in Thailand.

From 25 July to 5 August 2020, IOM surveyed 164 Myanmar migrants in the Mueang Ranong district of Ranong province in order to better understand their situation and vulnerabilities following the outbreak of COVID-19 in Thailand.

From 25 July to 5 August 2020, IOM surveyed 164 Myanmar migrants in the Mueang Ranong district of Ranong province in order to better understand their situation and vulnerabilities following the outbreak of COVID-19 in Thailand.

In light of the recent outbreak of COVID-19 in Thailand, Thai and non-Thai populations face a new set of challenges and vulnerabilities. However, the extent to which these challenges and vulnerabilities are affecting local communities in key border provinces is unknown.

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