Burundi Influx Updates

Transportation and Relocation Reports

These weekly report is produced by the United Nations (UN) Migration Agency, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) as part of the UN Country Management Team’s (UNCMT) response in Tanzania to the influx of Burundian and Congolese Asylum Seekers from Burundi.

24 – 30 July 2017

  • 343 new arrivals (174 males and 169 females) composed of 34 Burundian and 309 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (240 persons), Ilagala (67 persons), and Kasange (21 persons).
  • 273 Congolese Asylum Seekers (125 males, 148 females) were relocated from Manyovu and Lumasi transit centers to Nyarugusu camp. 50 Burundian Asylum Seekers were relocated from Nduta camp to Mtendeli camp to reunite with their family members.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, skin infections, upper respiratory tract infection, conjunctivitis, and HIV.

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-july-24-30-2017

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-24-30-july-2017

 

17 – 23 July 2017

  • 440 new arrivals (218 males and 222 females) composed of 188 Burundian and 252 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (221 persons), Murusagamba (85 persons), and Kasange (39 persons).
  • 350 Congolese Asylum Seekers (164, 186 females) were relocated from Manyovu and Lumasi transit centers to Nyarugusu camp. 106 Burundian Asylum Seekers were relocated from Lumasi transit center to Nduta camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, skin infections, upper respiratory tract infection, conjunctivitis, and moderate malnutrition.

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-july-17-23-2017

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-17-23-july-2017

 

10 – 16 July 2017

  • 418 new arrivals (206 males and 212 females) composed of 129 Burundian and 289 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (256 persons), Bukiriro (65 persons), and Herushingo (43 persons).
  • 285 Congolese Asylum Seekers (136 males, 149 females) were relocated from Manyovu and Lumasi transit centers to Nyarugusu camp. 71 Burundian Asylum Seekers were relocated from Lumasi transit center to Nduta camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, skin infections, upper respiratory tract infection, mental disorder, epilepsy.

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-july-10-16-2017

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-10-16-july-2017

 

03 – 09 July 2017

  • 281 new arrivals (147 males and 134 females) composed of 159 Burundian and 122 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (88 persons), Bukiriro (76 persons), and Kasange (36 persons).
  • 76 Burundian Asylum Seekers (35 males, 41 females) were relocated from Lumasi transit center to Nduta camp. 4 Burundian Asylum Seekers were relocated from Manyovu transit center to Nduta camp. 131 Congolese Asylum Seekers (73 males, 58 females) were relocated from Manyovu transit center to Nyarugusu camp. 24 Asylum Seekers were relocated from Nduta camp to Mtendeli camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, skin infections, upper respiratory tract infection, conjunctivitis, and moderate malnutrition.

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-july-03-09-2017

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-03-09-july-2017

 

26 June – 02 July 2017

  • 229 new arrivals (122 males and 107 females) composed of 93 Burundian and 136 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (119 persons), Bukiriro (23 persons), and Kasange (33 persons).
  • 96 Congolese Asylum Seekers (48 males, 48 females) were relocated from Manyovu transit center to Nyarugusu camp. 47 Burundian Asylum Seekers (21 males, 26 females) were relocated from Manyovu transit center to Nduta camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, skin infections, upper respiratory tract infection, epilepsy, moderate malnutrition.

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-june-26-july-02

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-26-june-july-02-2017

 

19 – 25 June 2017

  • 162 new arrivals (89 males and 73 females) composed of 74 Burundian and 88 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (83 persons), Bukiriro (31 persons), and Mabamba (17 persons).
  • 92 Congolese asylum Seekers (42 males, 50 females) were relocated from Manyovu transit center to Nyarugusu camp. 42 Congolese asylum seekers were relocated from Lumasi transit center to Nyarugusu camp. 81 Burundian asylum seekers were relocated from Lumasi transit center to Nduta camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, skin infections, upper respiratory tract infection, acute watery diarrhoea, HIV (self-declared).

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-june-19-june-25

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-19-25-june-2017

 

12 – 18 June 2017

  • 154 new arrivals (87 males and 67 females) composed of 93 Burundian and 61 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (65 persons), Bukiriro (34 persons), and Bugarama (24 persons).
  • 90 Congolese Asylum Seekers (47 males, 43 females) were relocated from Manyovu transit center to Nyarugusu camp. 3 Burundian Asylum Seekers were relocated from Manyovu transit center to Nduta camp. 20 Asylum Seekers were transported from Mtukula entry point back to Mtendeli camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, skin infections, upper respiratory tract infection, conjunctivitis, and epilepsy.

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-june-12-june-18

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-12-18-june-2017

 

05 – 11 June 2017

  • 248 new arrivals (116 males and 132 females) composed of 126 Burundian and 122 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (122 persons), Bukiriro (43 persons), and Kasange (24 persons).
  • 157 Congolese Asylum Seekers (76 males, 81 females) were relocated from Manyovu transit center to Nyarugusu camp. 152 Burundian Asylum Seekers were relocated from the transit centers to Nduta camp. 1 Ugandan Asylum Seeker was transported from Lumasi transit center to Nyarugusu camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, skin infections, upper respiratory tract infection, HIV, and acute watery diarrhoea.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-05-11-June-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-june-05-june-11

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-05-11-june-2017

 

29 May – 04 June 2017

  • 184 new arrivals (106 males and 78 females) composed of 99 Burundian and 85 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (76 persons) and Bukiriro (66 persons), Kitanga (13 persons).
  • 54 Congolese Asylum Seekers (35 males, 19 females) were relocated from Manyovu transit center to Nyarugusu camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, skin infections, upper respiratory tract infection, HIV, and mental disorder.

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-may-29-june-04

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-29-may-04-june-2017

 

22 – 28 May 2017

  • 93 new arrivals (51 males and 42 females) composed of 64 Burundian and 29 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (29 persons) and Bukiriro (29 persons), Kabanga (7 persons), Murusagamba (7 persons).
  • 157 Asylum Seekers (82 males, 75 females) were relocated from transit centers to Nyarugusu and Nduta camps.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, skin infections, upper respiratory tract infection, fracture, and acute watery diarrhoea.

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-may-22-may-28

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-22-28-may-2017

 

15 – 21 May 2017

  • 256 new arrivals (127 males and 129 females) composed of 115 Burundian and 141 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (180 persons), and Bukiriro (20 persons), Herushingo (10 persons), Kabanga (10 persons), Kasange (10 persons).
  • IOM relocated 225 Congolese Asylum Seekers from Manyovu transit center to Nyarugusu camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, skin infections, upper respiratory tract infection, acute watery diarrhoea, moderate malnutrition.

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-april-17-april

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-15-21-may-2017

 

08 – 14 May 2017

  • 162 new arrivals (87 males and 75 females) composed of 73 Burundians and 89 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (96 persons), Bukiriro (10 persons), and Kabanga (10 persons).
  • 155 Asylum Seekers (74 males and 81 females) were relocated from Lumasi and Manyovu transit centers to Nduta and Nyarugusu camps.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, skin infections, upper respiratory tract infection, moderate malnutrition, and mental disorder.

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-april-10-april

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-08-14-may-2017

 

01 – 07 May 2017

  • 81 new arrivals (42 males and 39 females) composed of 39 Burundian and 42 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (35 persons),
  • Murusagamba (12 persons) and Bugarama (19 persons).
  • 65 Asylum Seekers (36 males and 29 females) at Nduta camp were relocated to Nyarugusu refugee camp. A group of 203 Asylum Seekers wasrelocated from Manyovu transit center to Nyarugusu and Nduta camps and another one of 94 Asylum Seekers wasrelocated from Nduta to Mtendeli camp for family reunification. Lastly, 1 Burundian Asylum Seeker was transported from Nduta to Nyarugusu camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons for this week were: malaria, skin infections, upper respiratory tract infection, mental disorder, and conjunctivitis.

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-april-3-april-9

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-01-07-may-2017

 

24 - 30 April 2017

  • 690 new arrivals (367 males and 323 females) composed of 415 Burundians and 275 Congolese Asylum Seekers were transported from the various entry points in Kasulu, Kibondo, and Ngara districts to Nduta and Nyarugusu camps. Busiest entry points during this week continue to be Manyovu (231 persons), Kigadye (215 persons) and Kitanga (80 persons).
  • 271 people (150 males, 121 females) at Lumasi, Manyovu transit center and Nduta refugee camp, benefited from secondary transportation assistance during the reporting period to create more room for new arrivals.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons this week were: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and moderate malnutrition.

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-march-27-april

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-burundi-influx-weekly-report-24-30-april-2017

 

17 – 23 April 2017

  • 409 new arrivals (209 males and 200 females). These were composed of 235 Burundians and 174 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (102 persons), Bugarama (80 persons) and Karagwe (63 persons).
  • 125 people (68 males, 57 females) at Lumasi transit center were relocated to Nduta camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, acute watery diarrhoea, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and HIV

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-17-April-2017-to-23-April-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/node/2039489/

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-april-17-april

 

10 – 16 April 2017

  • 378 new arrivals (204 males and 174 females) composed of 207 Burundians and 171 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (92 persons), Manyovu (127 persons) and Bukiriro (49 persons).
  • 71 people (42 males, 29 females) at Lumasi transit center were relocated to Nduta camp. 25 returning refugees were taken to Lumasi transit centre in the same period.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, acute watery diarrhoea, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and wounds.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-10-April-2017-to-16-April-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/node/2039484/

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-april-10-april

 

03 – 09 April 2017

  • 398 new arrivals (237 males and 161 females). These were composed of 315 Burundians and 83 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points for the week were Kigadye (91 persons), Manyovu (74 persons) and Bukiriro (74 persons).
  • 109 people (62 males, 47 females) at Lumasi transit center were relocated to Nduta camp. 72 persons were transported between Nyarugusu and Mtendeli camps to reunite with their family members. 43 refugees were transported to Lumasi Transit Centre to be returned to Mtendeli camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and moderate malnutrition.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-3-April-2017-to-9-April-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/node/2039479/

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-april-3-april-9

 

27 March – 02 April 2017

  • 690 new arrivals (367 males and 323 females) composed of 415 Burundians and 275 Congolese Asylum Seekers were transported from the various entry points in Kasulu, Kibondo, and Ngara districts to Nduta and Nyarugusu camps. Busiest entry points during this week continue to be Manyovu (231 persons), Kigadye (215 persons) and Kitanga (80 persons).
  • 271 people (150 males, 121 females) at Lumasi, Manyovu transit center and Nduta refugee camp, benefited from secondary transportation assistance during the reporting period to create more room for new arrivals.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons this week were: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and moderate malnutrition.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-27-March-2017-to-2-April-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/node/2039474/

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-march-27-april

 

20 – 26 March 2017

  • 515 new arrivals (309 males and 206 females). This were composed of 414 Burundians and 101 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Kigadye (183 persons), Bukiriro (123 persons) and Migongo (30 persons).
  • 174 persons (88 males, 86 females) at Lumasi transit center were relocated to Nduta camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons for this week were: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and moderate malnutrition.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-20-to-26-February-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/node/2039464/

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-march-20-march

 

13 – 19 March 2017

  • 966 new arrivals (559 males and 407 females). This were composed of 817 Burundians and 149 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week are Kigadye (286 persons), Kitanga (112 persons) and Kasange (78 persons).
  • 446 people (255 males, 191 females) at Lumasi transit center and Mtendeli refugee camp were relocated to Nyarugusu and Nduta camps.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons during this week were: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and moderate malnutrition.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-13-to-19-February-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/node/2039459/

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-march-13-march

 

06 – 12 March 2017

  • 1826 new arrivals (1024 males and 802 females). This were composed of 1647 Burundians and 179 Congolese Asylum Seekers. Busiest entry points during this week were Mabamba (545 persons), Kigadye (342 persons) and Kitanga (135 persons).
  • 568 persons (311 males, 257 females) at Lumasi and Manyovu transit centers were relocated to Nyarugusu and Nduta camps.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that, the top five medical conditions among the transported persons this week were: malaria, acute watery diarrhoea, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and moderate malnutrition.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-6-to-12-February-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/node/2039449/

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-march-6-march

 

27 February – 05 March 2017
  • 1796 new arrivals (1000 males and 796 females). This were composed of 1698 Burundians and 98 Congolese. Busiest receiving points for the week were Mabamba (416 pax), Kitanga (237 pax) and Kigadye (224 pax).
  • 333 people (162 males, 171 females) at Lumasi transit center were relocated to Nduta and Nyarugusu camps. Additionally, 76 people were transported from Nduta to Mtendeli camp to reunite with their families.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that the top five medical conditions among the transported persons for this week were: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and moderate acute malnutrition.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-27-February-to-5-March-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/node/1975419

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-27-february-05

 

20 – 26 February 2017

  • 2475 new arrivals (1359 males and 1116 females). This were composed of 2341 Burundians and 134 Congolese. Busiest entry points during this week continue to be Mabamba (681 pax), Kigadye (312 pax) and Kitanga (189 pax).
  • Additionally, 1108 people (538 males, 570 females) were relocated from Lumasi transit center to Nduta and Nyarugusu camps during the reporting period.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that the top five medical conditions among the transported persons this week were: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and HIV.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-20-to-26-February-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-february-20

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-20-26-february

 

13 – 19 February 2017

  • 3742 new arrivals (1962 males and 1780 females). This were composed of 3614 Burundians and 128 Congolese. Busiest entry points for the week are Mabamba (700 pax), Kabanga (400 pax) and Kitanga (382 pax).
  • 1597 people (779 males, 818 females) at transit centers were relocated to Nyarugusu and Nduta camps. 24 pax were also transported from Mtendeli to Nyarugusu camp to reunite with their families.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that the top five medical conditions among the transported persons for this week were: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and moderate acute malnutrition.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-13-to-19-February-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/node/1975424

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-13-19-february

 

06 – 12 February 2017

  • 4070 new arrivals (2124 males and 1946 females). This were composed of 3842 Burundians and 228 Congolese. Busiest receiving points for the week were Mabamba (839 pax), Kabanga (580 pax) and Kigadye (506 pax).
  • A total of 1295 people (627 males, 668 females) at Lumasi and Manyovu transit centers were relocated to Nyarugusu and Nduta camps. Additionally, 271 pax were transported from Mtendeli to Nduta to reunite with their family members.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that the top five medical conditions among the transported persons for this week were: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and moderate acute malnutrition.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-6-to-12-February-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/node/1975409

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-06-12-february

 

30 January – 05 February 2017

  • 5162 new arrivals (2771 males and 2391 females). This were composed of 4994 Burundians and 168 Congolese. Busiest receiving points for the week were Mabamba (1140 pax), Kabanga (846 pax) and Kasange (681 pax).
  • 2051 people (1023 males, 1028 females) at Lumasi transit center were relocated to Nyarugusu and Nduta camps. 42 individuals at Manyovu transit center were also relocated to Nduta camp in the same period.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that the top five medical conditions among the transported persons for this week were: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and moderate acute malnutrition.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-30-January-to-5-February-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/node/1975404
https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-30-january-05

 

23 – 29 January 2017

  • 5474 new arrivals (3026 males and 2448 females). This were composed of 5365 Burundians and 109 Congolese. Busiest receiving points for the week were Mabamba (1475 pax), Kabanga (1180 pax) and Kitanga (554 pax).
  • 1874 people (1008 males, 866 females) at Lumasi transit center were relocated to Nduta and Nyarugusu camps.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that the top five medical conditions among the transported persons for this week were: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and moderate acute malnutrition.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-23-29-January-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/node/1975399

https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-23-29-january

 

16 – 22 January 2017

  • 4413 new arrivals (2332 males and 2081 females). This were composed of 4298 Burundians and 115 Congolese. Busiest receiving points for the week were Mabamba (997 pax), Kabanga (873 pax) and Kasange (624 pax).
  • 1446 people (745 males, 701 females) at Lumasi transit center were relocated to Nduta and Nyarugusu camps. 37 people at Manyovu transit center were also transported to the camp. Lastly, 136 people from Nduta were reunited with their families in Mtendeli camp.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that the top five medical conditions remain unchanged from last week among the transported refugees: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and moderate acute malnutrition.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-16-to-22-January-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/node/1975369
https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/burundi/document/iom-tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-16-22-janvier

 

09 – 15 January 2017

  • 3822 new arrivals (2140 males and 1682 females). This were composed of 3716 Burundians and 106 Congolese. Busiest receiving points for the week were Mabamba (893 pax), Kabanga (645 pax) and Kasange (500 pax).
  • 1817 people (940 males, 877 females) at Lumasi transit center were relocated to Nyarugusu and Nduta camps in the reporting period.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that the top five medical conditions among the transported persons for this week were: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and moderate acute malnutrition.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/country/docs/tanzania/IOM-Tanzania-Weekly-Transportation-Relocation-Report-9-15-January-2017.pdf

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-january-9

 

02 – 08 January 2017

  • 3177 new arrivals (1865 males and 1312 females). This were composed of 3057 Burundians and 120 Congolese. Busiest receiving points for the week were Mabamba (698 pax), Kabanga (368 pax) and Kasange (587 pax).
  • 1298 people (638 males, 660 females) staying at Lumasi transit center were relocated in the reporting period.
  • IOM’s fit-to-travel medical screening revealed that the top five medical conditions among the new arrivals were: malaria, conjunctivitis, upper respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and acute watery diarrhoea.

http://reliefweb.int/report/united-republic-tanzania/tanzania-weekly-transportation-and-relocation-report-january-2