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20 Feb 2018 description

OVERVIEW

MIGRANT BASELINE

In the 17th round of DTM Libya data collection taking place in January and February 2018, IOM identified 704,142 migrants in Libya. Migrants were identified in 99 baladiyas and 551 muhallas and originating from up to 40 countries.

In addition to those identified in urban and rural settings migrants in Libya were also recorded in detention centers. Based on DTM’s latest data, the number of migrants in Libya’s Detention Centers is 4,443 individuals (15/02/18)*.

08 Dec 2017 description

INTRODUCTION

This report is part of IOM’s effort to provide a comprehensive statistical overview of Libya’s current migration profile. DTM Libya’s Migrant statistical information package includes the below report, accompanied by a comprehensive user-friendly dataset and a key findings one pager.

CHAPTER 1: MIGRANT STOCK BASELINE

During October – November 2017 DTM Libya’s Mobility Tracking identified 432,574 migrants* across all 22 mantikas (regions) in Libya. Migrants were identified in 99 baladiyas and 531 muhallas.

20 Nov 2017 description

INTRODUCTION

This report is part IOM’s effort to provide a comprehensive statistical overview of Libya’s current migration profile.
DTM Libya’s Migrant statistical information package* includes the below report, accompanied by a comprehensive user-friendly dataset, a set of maps and a key findings one pager.

15 Nov 2017 description

INTRODUCTION

This report is part IOM’s effort to provide a comprehensive statistical overview of Libya’s current migration profile.

DTM Libya’s Migrant statistical information package* includes the below report, accompanied by a comprehensive user-friendly dataset, a set of maps and a key findings one pager.

06 Nov 2017 description
report WaterAid

With climate change already affecting the world's poorest, its associated weather impacts including increased flooding, landslides and drought pose a serious threat to global progress on providing universal water, sanitation and hygiene, WaterAid warned as the UN Climate Change Conference opened in Bonn.

Ensuring access to clean drinking water, decent toilets and good hygiene is essential to reduce the impact of droughts and floods, to prevent outbreaks of disease and to help communities rebuild more quickly.

30 Apr 2017 description

Key Points
- Nationwide, prices have dropped for rice, maize grain and maize meal
- Maize meal continues to be most expensive in Tete
- Most traders across the country have no stocks of cowpeas

Food Security Outlook

20 Apr 2017 description

Key points:

  • In March, maize grain prices fell almost everywhere in anticipation of the green harvest

  • Maize meal prices in most districts are below the year-on-year national average

  • Rice prices fell from February except in Chigubo, Mabalane, Doa, Marara and Magude Maize grain and cowpeas are still not available in most markets

Food security outlook

16 Mar 2017 description

Key points:

Maize grain in Tete is cheaper than last year

Maize meal is most expensive in Doa and Magoe districts

Rice prices remain stable in Sofala and Manica

Low availability of cowpeas in all surveyed districts

In some parts of Gaza the green harvest has been hindered by heavy rains

Food Security Outlook

22 Feb 2017 description

Key points:

Maize meal and rice remained very expensive in Tete province in January

Maize grain is available in all markets except in Gaza

Prices for rice and cooking oil are well above the provincial averages in Xai-Xai (Gaza) and Chibabava (Sofala)

Food Security Outlook

16 Feb 2017 description
report UNOSAT

The Tropical Cyclone Dineo-17, is approaching Mozambique coasts and is expected to make landfall The 16 February 2017 in the central province of Inhambane. Potential heavy rainfall are also expected according microwave satellite sensors and might induce floodings in the affected areas. This report provides an analysis on the potentially exposed population per wind speed zones in Mozambique. According to our analysis approximately 250,000 people in Mozambique may be exposed to over 120km/h sustainable wind speeds and 59,000 people might be exposed to 90km/h wind speed.

24 Jan 2017 description

Key points:

  • Maize grain in Xai-Xai and maize meal in Marara remained expensive in December

  • Prices dropped for rice, maize meal and cooking oil in Xai-Xai, and for maize meal in Mossurize

  • Maize grain prices rose 12 percent in Chibuto (Gaza) compared to November

  • Maize grain was unavailable for 84 percent of traders in Gaza; 62 percent of traders in Tete had no cowpeas.

Food security outlook

30 Nov 2016 description

Key Points
- Prices for imported rice and cooking oil increased in most surveyed districts in November
- Districts in Tete saw price rises of over 25 percent for maize grain and rice
- Maize meal remained expensive but prices were lower than in October in Mutarara and Zumbo
- Cowpeas were almost 50 percent more expensive in Chibuto (Gaza) compared to October
- Over 80 percent of interviewed traders lacked stocks of cowpeas and maize grain

Food Security Outlook

31 Oct 2016 description

Key points:

  • Prices for most basic foods remained relatively high in October - Maize grain prices rose by 14 percent in Beira (Sofala) compared to September - Prices have fallen slightly for imported rice, cow peas and cooking oil in Tete province - Imported goods such as rice and cooking oil are more expensive in Maputo province than in other areas - Stock shortages are forecast because of a lack of resources for restocking and stock unavailability at central markets.

Methodology

30 Sep 2016 description

Key Points
- In August and September, maize grain prices rose in Gaza, which also had the highest prices
- Maize meal prices increased in Tete, particularly in Mutarara in August and September
- Shortages in maize grain stocks were indicated by at least 50 percent of traders in all monitored locations
- Food shortages in Zimbabwe are reducing food availability in Mozambique

22 Sep 2016 description

This report presents the findings of a rapid market assessment conducted in Tete and Gaza provinces to understand the impact of the drought caused by El Niño 2015/16 and provide recommendations on the most appropriate assistance for the upcoming lean season.

Highlights:

  • An uneven harvest has been forecasted nationwide – largely poor in Gaza province, and mixed in Tete province.