4Mi snapshot / infographic


Published by: MMC

Region: Asia and the Pacific

Assistance on route

Asia, November 2018

This paper uses 4Mi data from 1,002 Afghan respondents to understand what kind of assistance Afghans access on migration routes, by who and what their reported needs are. Findings reveal that the most common form of assistance received is provisions for basic needs of survival. The predominant provider of such assistance is smugglers while family, friends and the diaspora in country of origin and/or destination are assisting with money transfers, cash, and legal assistance.


Research Ideas

Got ideas for research topics? Fill out our form and share your ideas with us.