Resources - PowerPoint Task 1 - Quick class survey. Where have we lived?
Ethiopia Reasons Ethiopia is a predominantly rural society. The country experiences a very variable pattern of rainfall. Crop failures and livestock losses can occur when seasonal rains fail, or when excessive rain causes flooding.
Pastoral nomads have increasing difficulty in finding water or suitable grazing for their animals. In extreme cases, as inthis results in famine and massive migration movements occur.
Effects The famine of resulted in the death or displacement of hundreds of thousands of people within Ethiopia. Aroundpeople fled to Sudan and approximatelypeople fled to Somalia. Forced migrants do not always cross international boundaries. In the drought conditions ofChristian Aid reported migration within Ethiopia - into towns, to search for work or beg for food and into areas of the country where the rainfall was more reliable.
These movements can cause conflict between fellow Ethiopians competing for scarce resources or work opportunities. Aerial view of a refugee camp in Syria Ethiopia is also host to refugees fleeing the current crisis in South Sudan.
Syria Reasons The Syrian crisis is an on-going armed conflict in Syria between forces loyal to the Ba'ath government and those opposing them.
Inreports estimated that fatalities caused by the civil war in Syria amounted toThe infographic below shows the figures in In addition, over six million people are estimated to be internally dispalced within Syria trying to escape escalating violence.
Effects A large share of Syrian refugees in Jordan are not in camps and have fled into urban areas, beyond the reach of direct assistance from the UN and other donors. Roughly 70 per cent of these refugees are estimated to be hosted in local communities, resulting in enormous strain on public resources.
This leads to tensions with the native community as resources are strained.You just clipped your first slide!
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Your table needs to focus upon internal migration even though you may get your ideas from both internal and external migration sources. Use textbook resources (such as those suggested below) to start to add general (non-case study specific) notes to your table.
Your table needs to focus upon internal migration even though you may get your ideas from both internal and external migration sources.
IB Geography HL Case Studies watch. Announcements. I did the forced migration of people from the Darfur region of Sudan, so I can't really help you with Afganistan. 0. Replying is easier on our app - Click here to download for FREE! Related discussions.
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Welcome to Memrise! Internal Migration Case Study Evaluation - IB/AP Geography I have detailed the IB syllabus point for the whole of the migration sub-unit below (again) to keep us focused on the BIG understandings 'Discuss the causes of migrations, both forced and voluntary.