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Source and destination countries of migrants returning to and leaving from Egypt

Visit our “Returning to Egypt” and “Leaving from Egypt” pages to see an interactive map visualizing migration journeys, migrant profiles, and the types of assistance provided.

The below data counts returns to Egypt from 2011 to the present and returns from Egypt from 2013* to the present.
*2013 'from Egypt' data is partial.

  :To Cairo,   : From Cairo

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  • Posted on: 2018/8/02 05:14

    An example of what it means to dream big and use determination to achieve ones goals

  • Posted on: 2018/7/03 07:53

    “It gave me the most viable solution to return back to live beside my parents without struggling a lot in the process.”

  • Posted on: 2018/5/17 01:15

    “When our lives reach […] extreme poverty, we start making irrational decisions, that are not necessary right, but essential [for our survival].”

  • Posted on: 2018/5/10 07:45

    From not being able to maintain himself in Egypt, to becoming a entrepreneur in Sudan, Mr. Hassan went through a lot to support his family financially.

  • Posted on: 2018/2/20 12:02

    Ahmed, who sold everything he had back in 2016 to make the journey to Europe, was able to return home and open a dairy farm, utilizing his grant and his already significant agricultural and farming skills to further develop the farm he was able to open, turning the vague promise of opportunities into a reward brought by dedication, hard work, and perseverance.

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AVRR Egypt is composed of our core support teams that work tirelessly to support the return and reintegration of migrants. If you would like to contribute or request more information about this programme, please get in touch with us via , or .

Data from 2011 – 2015 includes Return only. Data from 2016 – 2018 includes Return and Reintegration.

This AVRR Map was designed and developed pro bono by SilverKey Technologies