Region: Global, North Africa
Topics4MiAssistanceAsylum seekersCOVID-19DataProtection & risksRefugees
Given the rapid escalation of COVID-19 in North Africa, the pandemic is undoubtedly effecting refugees and migrants and broader drivers and patterns of mixed migration to and through Libya. Understanding the specific needs, perceptions and experiences of people on the move in relation to COVID-19 can inform the work of humanitarian actors, particularly those in health and livelihood programming, seeking to assist refugees and migrants in Libya.
This is the 1st snapshot from MMC’s adapted 4Mi survey focusing on the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on refugees and migrants. The main basis of analysis for this snapshot is 40 refugees and migrants surveyed in Tripoli between April 6th and 13th 2020.Download in Arabic Download in English