Nigeria — Flow Monitoring Dashboard 16 (June 2018)
|Post date||Thursday, 2 August, 2018 - 11:21|
|Document Type||Periodic Monitoring Report, Progress Report, Data/Statistics, Map|
|Content Themes||Accountability to Affected Populations, Emergency Response, Coordination, Information Management|
|Sources||International Organization for Migration (IOM)|
Results show that the daily average number of individuals observed at the Flow Monitoring Points in Nigeria increased by 0.2% compared to May. In June, Nigeria, Niger, Chad and Cameroon, were the main countries of destination and departure of population passing through the different Flow Monitoring Points.
In addition, the main types of flows identified are, Short term local movement less than 6 months (39% of all flows), Economic migration more than 6 months (37% of all flows), Seasonal (17% of all flows) and Tourism (7% of all flows). Four main modes of transport were identified: cars (63% of all flows), buses (29% of all flows), bikes (4% of all flows), motorbikes (3% of all flows), others (1% of all flows). Nigerians, Nigeriens, Chadians, Malians, and Cameroonians nationals were the main nationalities observed this month.