In Peru, according to official sources, between January and September of 2017, in the border crossing CEBAF Tumbes, more than 103,000 Venezuelan were registered entering, of which, more than 64% entered after June. Likewise, in the PCF of Santa Rosa, on the southern border, a total of 47,342 Venezuelan exits to Chile were registered up to October of this year.
The current increase in migratory flows imposes the need to carry out an exhaustive monitoring of it in order to promote an orderly migration, safe and in human conditions - hand in hand with the stakeholders-. Thus, there is a need to know a profile of the Venezuelan migrant, the characteristics and dynamics of the migratory route.
The DTM Round 1 had questions related to Profile of Venezuelan migrant, Migratory status, Migratory route, Place of transit, Difficulties on the route, Situation in the transit country and others fields.
DTM Round 2 was applied in Tumbes, Tacna and Lima Metropolitan; between December 2017 and January 2018. This had questions related to Profile of Venezuelan migrant, Living conditions in Lima and Callao, Migratory route, Place of transit, Difficulties on the route, Situation in the transit country and others fields
Data from February 5, 2016. The health facilities, entry points, and vulnerable sites (markets, bus stations, migrant worksites, schools and places of worship) dataset contains information about the geographic location (x,y,z coordinates) of the site; name; locality; status, access to water, electricity and communication network; field accessibility, estimated number of visitors per day, estimated number of visitors on busy day; estimated number of international visitors per day, main origin and main destination; presence of health screening; community volunteers; health officers. Border sub-prefectures of Forécariah and Kindia (near the border of Sierra Leone) have been surveyed by IOM and INS (National Institute of Statistics) in October 2015. Collected information has been given by key informants on sites and checked during participatory mapping exercises led at the sub-prefecture level.
Profiling exercise of Colombians living in Quito with different migratory situations, led by UNHCR. Data from 1,856 household interviews conducted in 2013 in 23 neighbourhoods in Quito, targeting refugees and asylum seekers, rejected and non-seekers and households in other migratory situations.
The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) is an information management tool and IOM strives to inform all stakeholders on the whereabouts and the situation of the displaced population from the current crisis currently engulfing Iraq. The DTM provides critical tracking and monitoring information of displacement on as regular basis as the prevailing situation allows and to as wider an audience as possible.
IOM uses a series of methods to regularly collect data on IDPs, making collections nearly every other week. The datasets in this repository span from March to September 2014.
For more information, please visit IOM Iraq's DTM website.