Disaster Risk Reduction
The impact of climate change and disasters on human mobility is one of the most pressing humanitarian and development challenges of the 21st century. Between 2008 and 2018, an average of 24 million people were forced from their homes by disasters each year - three times the number of people displaced by conflict and violence.
This year’s Africa Report on Internal Displacement represents a timely and relevant contribution to the discussion on internal displacement and its relation to sustainable development in Africa. It provides reliable and up-to-date evidence about the scale of internal displacement in the continent and discusses what is driving it across different contexts.
Дидгоҳи Созмони Байналмилалии Муҳоҷират (СБМ) оид ба муҳоҷират, муҳити зист ва тағйирёбии иқлим ин аст, ки идоракунии муосири муҳоҷират, сиёсат ва амалия бояд аҳамияти омилҳои муҳити зист, офатҳои табиӣ ва тағйирёбии иқлимро ба муҳоҷирати инсон инъикос намояд. Омилҳои муҳити зист бояд бо ҳамаи чаҳор соҳаи идоракунии муҳоҷират ҳамгиро карда шаванд, мисли: пешгирӣ, омодагӣ ва аксуламал ба аз ҷо беҷошавии одамон, идоракунии сарҳад, муҳоҷирати меҳнатӣ ва ҳамгирошавӣ, бозгашт ва реинтегратсия.
Since IDMC began collecting data on displacement associated with disasters in 2008, natural hazards have triggered approximately 265 million new displacements, more than three times as many forced movements as those caused by conflict and violence.
The IOM Glossary on Migration is an accessible and extensive collection of definitions of migration-related terminology. It is designed for a broad range of actors engaging with migration at the international level. It also provides some insights on regional and national practices.