IOM DTM long-term Malakal PoC Site Flow Monitoring

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IOM DTM long-term Malakal PoC Site Flow Monitoring

DTM, August 2018
Malakal PoC site stands out as having consistently witnessed a larger infl­ow of people than outfl­ow. During the nine-month reporting period, 5,297 individuals (2,384 households) were recorded entering and 543 individuals exiting (202 households). During the reporting period, the most common reasons for arrival at Malakal PoC site were family reunification (40%) and food shortages (38%). Reasons for movement varied by pre-departure location. Over half of all individuals arriving from Fashoda cited food as reason to enter the PoC site (53%), a reason that was especially often cited in February 2018 as echoed by findings in the DTM Malakal Combined Assessment (February 2018).
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Malakal PoC site stands out as having consistently witnessed a larger infl­ow of people than outfl­ow. During the nine-month reporting period, 5,297 individuals (2,384 households) were recorded entering and 543 individuals exiting (202 households). During the reporting period, the most common reasons for arrival at Malakal PoC site were family reunification (40%) and food shortages (38%). Reasons for movement varied by pre-departure location. Over half of all individuals arriving from Fashoda cited food as reason to enter the PoC site (53%), a reason that was especially often cited in February 2018 as echoed by findings in the DTM Malakal Combined Assessment (February 2018).