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    International migration: 1.2 million Iraqis in displacement camps

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    Post by Rocky Wed 15 Dec 2021, 6:46 am

    [size=52]International migration: 1.2 million Iraqis in displacement camps[/size]

    [size=45]Translation/ Hamed Ahmed[/size]
    [size=45]The International Organization for Migration (IOM) stated that 1.2 million Iraqis are still in displacement camps until the present time, noting that the levels of return have declined since 2018, indicating that the areas of the governorates of Babil, Diyala and Baghdad have not recorded return cases until the present time.[/size]
    [size=45]The organization stated in an annual report translated by (Al-Mada), that "Iraq witnessed the return of 4,884,612 displaced people to their homes until last July, through 2,162 sites."[/size]
    [size=45]The report added, "These figures constitute 81% of the total displaced people in Iraq, numbering more than 6 million people."[/size]
    [size=45]The report pointed out that "a slowdown in returns has occurred since June 2018," stressing that "287 locations around Iraq have not witnessed any return of the displaced." He stated, "1.2 million people are still in camps or a state of reverse displacement for reasons related to a failed return or lack of stability, or their original areas of residence still suffer from security problems."[/size]
    [size=45]And the report stated, "Ten sites accounted for nearly three-quarters of the number of returnees, distributed between Ramadi with 12% of their number, Fallujah with 11%, and Hit by 4%, within Anbar Governorate."[/size]
    [size=45]He explained, "The return rates came in Hawija with 3%, the Kirkuk district with 3% in the Kirkuk governorate, Mosul 22%, Tal Afar 7%, Hamdaniya 3%, within Nineveh governorate, Tikrit 4%, and Shirqat 3%, within Salah al-Din governorate." .[/size]
    [size=45]The report warned, “No cases of return were recorded to the areas of Mahaweel, Musayyab and Hilla within the province of Babil, nor in Adhamiya and Al-Mada’in within the province of Baghdad, nor to Baladrouz and Baquba within the province of Diyala.”[/size]
    [size=45]And he continues, "The percentage of returnees has greatly decreased from 10% to 3%, compared to the previous annual report for the period between (June 2019 to August 2020)."[/size]
    [size=45]The report stated, "The fluctuating cases of return were limited to the areas of Ba'aj and Sinjar, and the steady return cases in Kifri and Tuz Khurmatu, while the return movement to other areas stopped."[/size]
    [size=45]He continued, "Most of the return cases came as a result of the return of the security situation to their original areas of residence, and this accounted for 91%, as well as the availability of housing, as 82% of the reasons for return." And he indicated, "35% of the sites that witnessed return cases are available in services and facilities in an almost appropriate manner, at the national level."[/size]
    [size=45]The report spoke of “a contradiction in the situation between urban and rural areas with regard to service institutions in them.”[/size]
    [size=45]And he stated, "20% of the sites have only five services between government departments, municipalities and civil affairs."[/size]
    [size=45]The report stated, "22 areas that witnessed the return of displaced persons showed critical conditions, and that less than 30% of those sites have adequate infrastructure and services conditions." He pointed out that "the situation in this area is more worrying in the areas of Abu Ghraib, Karma, Rutba, Hatra, Kafri, Mahmudiyah, Sinjar and Tarmiyah, where this number drops to less than 5%."[/size]
    [size=45]The report noted that "25 percent of the returnees complained that they did not have sufficient drinking water in their areas."[/size]
    [size=45]He continued, "Half of the returnee areas also complained about the poor quality of water in terms of taste, color or smell, and that most people there, representing 45%, depend on supplying them with water through tankers."[/size]
    [size=45]He added, "Most of the areas that suffer from these problems are concentrated in Hawija, Khalis, Muqdadiya, Khanaqin, Kifri, Tikrit and Tuz Khurmatu." The report promised that “the security aspect is generally stable,” adding that “small security issues occur from time to time and constitute 6% of the locations, and most of them occur in the areas of Khalis, Muqdadiya, Baiji, Balad, Daquq, Samarra and Tuz Khurmatu. Rural areas often witness armed clan clashes and form It is 22%.”[/size]
    [size=45]The report also indicated that “the level of social coexistence for the returnees appears to be generally stable,” but it warned of “some incidents of mistrust and threats that occurred between returnees and residents, and this occurred in four locations, one in Muqdadiya, one in Balad and two in Tal Afar.”[/size]
    [size=45]The report stressed that "unemployment and the inability to find a job is the most common problem of differentiation between people, and it often occurs in rural areas."[/size]
    [size=45]And he found, "60% of the sites, most of their families have no economic activity," calling for more focus on the affected areas that witness large numbers of returnees to improve their living conditions.[/size]
    [size=45]The report concluded, “The need to remove the barriers that impede the return of other numbers of displaced people who are still residing in camps, or to provide them with alternative permanent housing.”[/size]
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