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    International Organization for Migration: 1.17 million people are still displaced in Iraq

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    International Organization for Migration: 1.17 million people are still displaced in Iraq Empty International Organization for Migration: 1.17 million people are still displaced in Iraq

    Post by Rocky Thu Nov 30, 2023 5:35 pm

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    [size=52]International Organization for Migration: 1.17 million people are still displaced in Iraq[/size]

    [size=45]The International Organization for Migration (IOM) published a report on displacement, return, environmental degradation, and climate change in Iraq and the Kurdistan Region, which included statistics on the conditions of refugees and displaced persons.[/size]
    [size=45]The first part of the report included statistics on the number of families who were displaced from their areas due to the water crisis, drought and environmental deterioration in 12 Iraqi governorates, where 21,798 families, consisting of 130,788 individuals, were displaced as a result of these factors as of (September 15, 2023), including 9 Thousands and 934 families were displaced within its governorates, constituting 49%. Dhi Qar topped the governorates in terms of displacement with 7,890 families, while Baghdad ranked last with 19 families. Urban residents constituted 74% of the total displaced people.[/size]
    [size=45]The organization explained that long-term displacement has become a feature of the situation after the end of the war with ISIS, as there are still one million and 170 thousand displaced citizens, almost all of whom left their areas more than 5 years ago, noting that it is necessary and very essential to improve permanent solutions to the problem of displacement in Iraq, By improving living conditions that enable the displaced to move voluntarily towards return.[/size]
    [size=45]Return to Sinjar and Baiji[/size]
    [size=45]The second part of the report was devoted to the return of displaced people who left their homes between 2014 and 2017, to Sinjar and Baiji, where it showed that at least 5,490 people returned to the two districts during the period from April 1 to October 15, 2023, 78% of whom returned to the areas where they lived. Previously, 22% of the displaced lived in the governorates of Dohuk, Mosul and Sulaymaniyah, 4,441 families in Dohuk, and 45 in Sulaymaniyah.[/size]
    [size=45]Risks of eviction and eviction[/size]
    [size=45]In the third part of its report, the International Organization for Migration highlighted the families facing the threat of expulsion from their areas, which number 9,142 families, 10% of which are displaced families, 13% who returned to their areas, and 77% are families who did not leave their homes during the period. Between 2014-2017. 47% of families in Salah al-Din Governorate, which has the highest percentage, and 1% in Karbala.[/size]
    [size=45]Regarding the reason for these risks, the organization noted that the ownership of most of the lands and homes in which these families reside belongs to the Ministries of Agriculture, Electricity, Health, and Interior, while some of them belong to municipalities, and are often allocated to school and road projects.[/size]
    [size=45]Border points[/size]
    [size=45]The fourth part of the report dealt with departure and arrival movements at the border points with Iran, Turkey and Syria. In the period between June and August 2023, the Ibrahim Al-Khalil port witnessed the largest movement, as 98,692 people and 17,415 cars were transported through it. In general, 2,849 people and 325 cars are transported through the port daily. The Fish Khabour port witnessed the least traffic, as 21,54 people and 1,198 cars moved through it.[/size]
    [size=45]The organization pointed out that “looking for work” was the goal of the majority of those leaving and arriving in Iraq, noting in this context that the Bashamakh crossing topped the percentage, as 59,740 people moved through it, 21% of whom were searching for work.[/size]
    [size=45]According to the organization, 32% were looking for opportunities in businesses such as construction, electricity, plumbing, and mechanics, and 24% were in restaurants and as salespeople.[/size]
    [size=45]The report showed that 69% of them were men, compared to 31% of women, 75% had a middle school diploma or a vocational certificate, and the Iranians topped the expatriates at 93%, then the Turks at 5%, while returning Iraqis constituted 2%.[/size]
    [size=45]Who are the travelers?[/size]
    [size=45]The International Organization for Migration indicated that Iraqis constitute 46% of travelers, Turks 30%, then Syrians 12%, and Iranians 9%. As for the governorates most visited by travelers, they are, respectively: Dohuk 62%, Erbil 34% and Sulaymaniyah 4%.[/size]
    [size=45]Unsuitable places to live[/size]
    [size=45]The organization worked in 9 governorates and 39 districts and districts in Iraq and the Kurdistan region for the period between May and August 2023. Of the 2,170 areas in which the organization worked, 477 of them are unlivable and very bad, constituting 12% and affecting the lives of 600,480 people, and are classified as 40% of it, where 1,933,92 people live, is classified as medium-risk, while 48% of it, where 2,312,040 people live, is classified as low-risk and suitable for living. Nineveh leads the governorates in terms of the largest number of high-risk areas, while Nineveh bottoms the ranking with two regions.[/size]
    [size=45]Return to Iraq[/size]
    [size=45]51 thousand people returned to Al-Irq during the period from May to August 2023, the majority of them to Dhi Qar Governorate 54%, then Mosul 35% and Anbar 4% from Turkey, Syria, Germany and Finland, according to the organization.[/size]
    [size=45]Regarding the governorates of the Kurdistan Region, 899 people returned to Erbil, 805 to Dohuk, and 20 people returned to Erbil.[/size]
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