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UNHCR PRMN Interim statistics package for Somalia drought related displacements to 30 June 2017

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Document Type: Situation Updates
Document Type: English
Published: 17 July 2017 (1 year ago)
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UNHCR PRMN Interim statistics package for Somalia drought related displacements to 30 June 2017

Document Type: Situation Updates
Document Language: English
Key Highlights • 28,000* displacements driven by drought were reported during the period 1 to 30 June 2017 compared to 46,000 in May. In the last two months, a significant decline in new movements has been observed compared to the months of March and April when 131,000 and 278,000 people respectively were recorded. • The number of people drought-displaced monitored by the PRMN network from 1 November 2016 to 30 June 2017 totals 766,000. • Baidoa witnessed a spike in arrivals during the period 1-30 June with 16,000* arrivals compared to just 4,700 for the whole of May. Drought-related arrivals in June totalled 650* for Mogadishu compared to 9,100 in May. • Approximately 17,700 individuals (of which 11,200 during June) are reported to have returned to their villages of origin in Bay region – predominantly to villages within Baidoa district but also to Dinsoor and Qansahdhere districts. Significant returns in other regions have not been observed so far

Partners

  • Norwegian Refugee Council
  • United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Sectors

  •  Disaster Risk Reduction
  •  Camp Coordination Camp Management (CCCM)

Locations

  • Somalia

Population Group

Country Group
Unknown Somalia - IDPs
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