IOM Sudan Annual Report 2015

2015 saw an unprecedented number of people on the move, and the increasing prominence and urgency of the migration agenda. Sudan experienced increased attention globally as a country of origin, transit and destination, along the main migratory routes from Africa to Europe. Sudan’s migration challenges center not only on managing irregular migratory flows, but also on how to achieve a progressive resolution to the protracted displacement situations within Sudan, and how to harness the benefits of migration to support Sudan’s development.


Situation Report on International Migration 2015

Within the report, three key trends are discussed: (a) regular and irregular migration; (b) forced migration; and (c) mixed migration flows. Demographic and policy data have been compiled through extensive review of data available from a diverse range of sources, while policy recommendations highlight the need to coordinate holistic responses to forced migration across areas, such as health, education, environmental sustainability, labour markets, human capital, remittances and social cohesion. 




Migration was at the forefront of international agendas in 2015, and migratory flows within, through, and from Sudan continued significantly contributing to the waves of population on the move throughout the year. The complex protracted humanitarian situation in Sudan continues to be increasingly adversely affected by the continued decline in available funding due, in part, to ongoing concurrent high level emergencies.



Sudan Humanitarian Mid year report 2015

The humanitarian situation in Sudan has been characterized by protracted internal displacement in Darfur, South Kordofan, and Blue Nile. Currently, 3.1 million persons are displaced in Sudan of which 297,000 have been displaced since January 2015 (OCHA); 5.4 million people have been deemed in need of humanitarian assistance in Sudan in 2015 (OCHA).

Sudan Humanitarian Mid year report 2015 Arabic

اتسم الوضع الإنساني في السودان بنزوح داخلي مستمر في دارفور وجنوب كردفان والنيل الأزرق. وقد نزح حاليا 3.1مليون شخص في السودان، منهم 210 ألف نزحوا منذ يناير 2015 ؛ بينما أعتبر 5.4 مليون شخص في حاجة للعون الإنساني في السودان في عام 2015 (مكتب منسق الأمم المتحدة للشؤون الإنسانية) حيث ادى الوضع الإنساني المعقد للتدفقات المتواصلة لمواطني جنوب السودان الفارين من النزاعات هناك. وقد دخل السودان حتى شهر يونيو نحو 180,506 من مواطني جنوب السودان باحثين عن ملاذ آمن من العنف الذي يجتاح بلادهم (مفوضية الأمم المتحدة  للاجئين).