More than 8,000 households have been displaced by increasing protection violations
Date: 2021-04-15 Region: Bardalle District, Bay Region
A combination of forced taxation, recruitment of children, kidnappings, destruction of properties, and incidents of harassments by non-state actors have forced scores of residents to flee to neighboring villages, mainly Bardalle. An estimated 8,303 households, comprised of 49,818 individuals, are confirmed to have fled their homes and lost livelihood sources between the 10th and 14th of April 2021. Available information on the ground indicates that a significant segment of the displaced population are still stranded in outlying bushes due to lack of transport. The majority are said to be women, children, female-headed households, and the elderly persons. Approximately 42 lactating mothers are reported to have fled to neighboring villages because they could not travel long distances on foot and/or lacked essential life-saving supplies for their infants, i.e. milk and water, etc. More than 4,000 households that newly arrived in Bardelle were recorded on 13th April 2021. A second batch consisting of 344 households arrived in Baidoa on the same day. With this incremental displacement trend, local authorities continue to express concerns that the number of new arrivals could increase in the coming days ahead. Estimated 40% of the new arrivals are believed to have joined existing settlements in Baidoa. So far, 3 incidents of rape have been reported perpetrated by host community members who are taking advantage of the prevailing displacement situation, albeit PRMN monitors could not verify this information. According to the field monitors, the wave of protection violations were triggered by two factors: defiance by the local communities to comply with tax and child recruitment demands by non-state actors and threats to the group caused by the non-compliance.
Want to know more? Contact: NA - 000
EVICTION REPORT FROM..
Galbedka, Wariri and Danwadag camps. Dan-wadag Camp leader Name - Fatumo Dahir Mohamed 0617374548,
An estimated 240 ind..
As IDPs continue to grapple with the combined residual effects of conflict and climate shocks, the
An estimated 1,020 i..
As IDPs continue to experience the adverse effects of armed violence and climate shocks, their att
Based on ongoing reports from UNHCR PRMN partners in the field, new displacements of at least 18,78
Evictions in Markad ..
On 18 July, in Sanaag region, An estimated 100 households were evicted from Markad village, 60km so
Evictions in Bulo-Qo..
On 20th July 2020, Eviction happened at Bulo-Qodah camp after land lords asked IDPs who have been re
More than 8,000 hous..
A combination of forced taxation, recruitment of children, kidnappings, destruction of properties,
Eviction Threat in B..
A fresh threat of forced eviction issued by private landlords due to dispute over ownership of land
Evictions in Bulo-El..
On 5th and 7th May 2022, the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) field team received reports from IDP ca
Eviction Alert, Janu..
In January and February 2022, 27,990 individuals were forcefully evicted in Mogadishu. While, anothe
Eviction alert, 1-30..
In June 2022, total of 35 IDP settlements with a population of 2,913 households (approximately 17,47
Eviction In Mogadish..
The IDP settlements were established in 2015. Majority of the IDPs were displaced by drought and con
EVICTION ALERT: MOFI..
Name of IDP site Camp Mofi Region Lower Juba
EVICTION ALERT: QORY..
Name of IDP site Qoryooley Date of eviction Ja
EVICTION ALERT: BULO..
Name of IDP site: Bulo Baclay Date of eviction
EVICTION ALERT: FOUR..
Name of IDP sites Rooble, Rabi-Tuug, Jeerow and Gor-Gor Date o