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- WFP Libya Country Brief January 2020
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This report presents the findings of round 24 of the mobility tracking component of the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in Libya, covering the reporting period January to February 2019. In Round 24, the number of identified returnees in Libya remained stable at 445,476 individuals. At the same time, the number of identified IDPs in Libya was 172,541. The top three municipalities (Baladiya) of displacement were identified as Benghazi, Sebha, and Misrata, whereas the highest number of previously displaced households had returned to Benghazi, Sirt, and Tripoli.
Source: International Organization for Migration