IOM Uganda monitors mixed migration flows along the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) border through six strategically located flow monitoring points (FMP). Over the course of two weeks from 15 to 30 November, a total of 12,219 movements were observed, with 65% entering Uganda and 35% exiting. 72% of the people declared to be Congolese nationals. Over 60% of the total movements observed were intending to stay for less than one week. The main reasons reported for cross-border movements are to undertake economic activities and to visit families.