Reports

Sitrep - Assisted Voluntary Return Program (January 18, 2019)

IOM’s voluntary assisted return program aims to achieve the voluntary, orderly and humane return of migrants who cannot or do not want to stay in their countries of transit or destination and wish to return voluntarily to their country of origin. Since November 4th, 2018, IOM has provided voluntary return assistance to 627 people, 38 of which are unaccompanied migrant children and adolescents.


Flow Monitoring Survey at Tijuana, Baja California (December 20 and 21, 2018)

On December 20 and 21 of 2018, IOM applied surveys at the El Barretal shelter and the Benito Juárez sports complex located in Tijuana, Baja California, on the northern border of Mexico. IOM established these two monitoring points due to the confluence of migrants who formed part of the Caravan of Central American Migrants, which headed to the north in the months of October and November of 2018.


Inter-agency response to the Central American Caravans - (January 17, 2019)

In light of the new caravans composed by asylum-seekers and migrants, the United Nations system and partners in the field have been deploying teams to the borders to support governments in the countries of origin, transit and destination in responding to the specific needs of these groups, according to the respective mandates.


Sitrep - Assisted Voluntary Return Program (January 4, 2019)

IOM’s voluntary assisted return program aims to achieve the voluntary, orderly and humane return of migrants who cannot or do not want to stay in their countries of transit or destination and wish to return voluntarily to their country of origin. Since November 4th, 2018, IOM has provided voluntary return assistance to 589 people, 38 of which are unaccompanied migrant children and adolescents.


Inter-agency Response - Migrant caravans (December 15, 2018)

Since mid-October, large groups of people largely referred to as ‘caravans’ left the North of Central America – particularly from Honduras and El Salvador – heading northward with the hope of reaching Mexico and the United States of America. In light of massive asylum-seekers and migrants, the United Nations system and partners in the field have been supporting governments in the countries of origin, transit and destination to provide a response to the specific needs of this population, according to the respective mandates.


Sitrep - Assisted Voluntary Return Program (November 28, 2018)

IOM’s voluntary assisted return program aims to achieve the voluntary, orderly and humane return of migrants who can not or do not wish to remain in their host countries and wish to voluntarily return to their country of origin. Since November 4th, with PRM support, IOM has provided voluntary return assistance to 453 people, of which 25 are unaccompanied migrant children.


Migration Flows Report in Central America, North America and the Caribbean N°7 (April- June, 2018)

Data of migrants from Mesoamerica, Venezuela, extra-regional migrants from Africa and Asia, and migrants from Cuba and Haiti.


Monitoring Venezuelan Citizens' Presence: Trinidad and Tobago

During the data collection exercise, 555 Venezuelans were interviewed across the twin-island Republic, the majority being located throughout the fourteen regional corporations in Trinidad and a minority in neighbouring island of Tobago.


DTM Trinidad and Tobago: Monitoring Venezuelan Citizens' Presence (September 2018)

In the last two years, there has been a significant increase of the Venezuelan population flow to Latin America and the Caribbean. Trinidad and Tobago in particular, has experienced an unprecedented increase due to its geographical proximity to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. Although Trinidad and Tobago has always seen the presence of Venezuelan migrants, the sudden surge in numbers has raised concern among state agencies, NGO’s and the wider population. 


Migration Flows Report in Central America, North America and the Caribbean N°6 (January - March, 2018)

Migration flows report in Mesoamerica N°5 (October-December, 2017)

Migration flows Report in Mesoamerica N°3 (April - June 2017)

Migration flows Report in Mesoamerica N°2 (January – March, 2017)