The text aims to assess the socio-economic conditions of IDPs during the year 2021. Based on questionnaire surveys and field observation, it is observed that the armed conflict has had a negative impact on social relations in the North of Cabo Delgado, affecting different social groups. The data reveals a significant worsening in housing conditions, access to natural resources and conditions of production, making the population largely dependent on humanitarian aid. The high concentration of displaced populations along the Pemba -Montepuez axis has ensured greater proximity to public infrastructure and services, increasing demand on already highly saturated services. The war, forced displacement and the COVID-19 prevention measures had a negative impact on education services, affecting hundreds of thousands of young people and compromising the socio-professional integration of an entire generation.
|Number of pages||40|
|Publication status||Published - Aug 2022|