The number of internally displaced Yemenis has exceeded 56,000 people since the beginning of this year, 2023, and slightly decreased from the same period last year, 2022.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) said in a report published on Wednesday that it is monitoring a total of 9,343 families, comprising 56,058 people, who were subject to displacement at least once, during the period between January 1 and 4 a of November 2023.
According to the report, the number of internally displaced people since the beginning of this year is six families (36 people) less than the same period last year, which witnessed the displacement of 9,349 families consisting of 56,094 people between the 1 January and November 12, 2022.
The Movement Matrix (DTM) of the Organization for Migration explained that it tracked the movement of 29 families (174 people) between (5 – 11) this November, a double increase over the previous week, which witnessed the displacement of 15 families (90). people).
She indicated that most of the displacement cases recorded last week were in Ma’rib Governorate, which witnessed the displacement of 13 families. Most of them were internal and from Shabwa, among the governing bodies of the governorate, while Hodeidah witnessed the displacement of 7 families. Internal and from Taiz Governorate, while Al Dhalea registered 5 cases of displacement, most of which were internal and from Hodeidah.