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    Mozambique situation

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    Outflow into Zimbabwe and Malawi
    Published: 31 March 2017 (23 days ago)
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    ZIM Relocation Factsheet - Population Information Update 11-Dec-2016

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    Information population statistics and profile of PoC relocated from Chipinge District to Tongogara camp - Zimbabwe
    Published: 11 December 2016 (4 months ago)
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    Chipenge Civil Protection Household Profiling Report 2016 - Draft

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    Zimbabwe,
    Published: 1 October 2016 (6 months ago)
    Uploaded: 28 November 2016 (4 months ago)
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    ZIM Relocation Factsheet - Population Information Update 11-Dec-2016

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    Information population statistics and profile of PoC relocated from Chipinge District to Tongogara camp - Zimbabwe
    Published: 11 December 2016 (4 months ago)
    Uploaded: 12 December 2016 (4 months ago)
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    Mozambique situation

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    Outflow into Zimbabwe and Malawi
    Published: 31 March 2017 (23 days ago)
    Uploaded: 3 April 2017 (19 days ago)
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    Chipenge Civil Protection Household Profiling Report 2016 - Draft

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    Zimbabwe,
    Published: 1 October 2016 (6 months ago)
    Uploaded: 28 November 2016 (4 months ago)
  •   Highlights

    Malawi - Verification of asylum seekers in Luwani Refugee camp which started on 14 March was concluded on 24 March 2017. 3,073 individuals from the camp were verified. The remaining 462 may have returned spontaneously to Mozambique.
    27 Mar 2017
    A biometric verification exercise started in Luwani refugee camp on March 14, 2017. The exercise is aimed at ensuring an improvement in the delivery of protection and assistance to Mozambican asylum seekers by updating their data to include occupation, skills, languages, education and specific needs. In consequence, UNHCR and the Government of Malawi will have accurate data on the most vulnerable, and will thus be better placed to target protection and assistance programs for persons with specific needs. As part of the verification exercise, the biometric information of each individuals is fully captured including fingerprint and Iris. Biometric data ensures that the identity of the person is safely stored over time thus guaranteeing protection and assistance to the person entitled thereto, as well as reliable and accurate statistics. All persons of concern verified, will be issued with family documents and new laminated ration cards.
    14 Mar 2017
    Since December 9, Government of Zimbabwe and UNHCR have relocated 628 PoC from the border areas of Chipinge District to Tongogara camp. They all have been bio-metrically registered and provided with proof of registration together with the 17 Mozambican who arrived spontaneously.
    20 Dec 2016
    UNHCR and Government of Malawi registered 107 new arrivals in 40 families from Mozambique between 5 and 9 December, 2016. The majority comes from Ncondedzi and Ndande villages in Moatize district, Tete Province. A total number of 3,007 asylum seekers are currently in Luwani Refugee Camp.
    15 Dec 2016
    Relocation of Mozambicans from the border areas of Chipinge District continues. Government of Zimbabwe and UNHCR have moved over 260 individuals since December 9. A forth convoy is expected to arrive to Tongogara camp today.
    12 Dec 2016
    The Government of Zimbabwe and UNHCR started relocation of Mozambican asylum seekers from the border areas in Chipenge District. On December 9, 86 passengers moved to Tongogara camp with the first convoy: majority are women and children. They will be registered upon arrival to the camp, receive core relief items and allocated with a plot. A second convoy is scheduled for December 10.
    09 Dec 2016

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    UNHCR begins the relocation of Mozambican asylum-seekers to Luwani camp, Malawi

    unhcr, 15 Apr 2016

    In southern Malawi, a major UNHCR-run relocation operation involving some 10,000 Mozambican asylum-seekers and aimed at improving the conditions in which they are living began earlier this morning. A first group of 81 asylum-seekers left Nsanje district on two buses to make the 320-km journey to ... Read more

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    Malawi to reopen former camp, as Mozambique refugee numbers grow

    UNHCR, 15 Mar 2016

    UNHCR welcomes a decision by the Malawian government to reopen a former refugee camp to help cope with the rising numbers of people fleeing Mozambique. Close to 10,000 refugees have now been registered in southern Malawi. Most of the new arrivals, who have been crossing to Malawi since mid-December... Read more