While the number of displaced people living in camps has dropped significantly since the January 2010 earthquake, close to 300,000 more remain vulnerable, especially with the coming hurricane season.
The number of returnees from the Horn of Africa arriving in Yemen reportedly increased from 34,000 in 2010 to 84,000 in 2012. Over 35,000 have arrived in the first five months of 2013. Here’s why Yemen is struggling to absorb returnees from Saudi Arabia.
What is IOM doing to help environmental migrants and vulnerable communities?