78 Deaths of Migrant recorded in the ASIA in 2018

Reported Date
February 2014 1
April 2014 5
June 2014 35
July 2014 20
September 2014 9
October 2014 4
January 2015 3
January 2015 1
January 2015 2
January 2015 57
February 2015 15
May 2015 142
May 2015 2
May 2015 10
May 2015 1
May 2015 47
May 2015 2
August 2015 24
September 2015 61
November 2015 4
January 2016 35
June 2016 6
July 2016 3
July 2016 26
November 2016 60
November 2016 5
November 2016 3
November 2016 2
December 2016 30
December 2016 18
December 2016 1
December 2016 1
January 2017 17
January 2017 4
January 2017 2
January 2017 8
February 2017 13
April 2017 1
May 2017 1
May 2017 1
August 2017 19
September 2017 26
September 2017 6
September 2017 1
September 2017 2
September 2017 11
September 2017 13
September 2017 2
September 2017 3
September 2017 1
September 2017 2
September 2017 9
September 2017 6
September 2017 4
September 2017 1
September 2017 1
September 2017 3
September 2017 63
October 2017 31
October 2017 41
October 2017 3
October 2017 4
November 2017 15
November 2017 5
November 2017 3
January 2018 1
February 2018 3
March 2018 2
March 2018 1
March 2018 3
March 2018 3
March 2018 20
April 2018 10
April 2018 7
April 2018 2
April 2018 1
July 2018 19
August 2018 5
September 2018 1

Map of Incidents

Reported Date Number of Children Number of Females Number of Males Number Dead Minimum Estimated Number of Missing
2014 251 1 13 17 807
2015 2 1 7 297 507
2016 13 25 8 150 40
2017 83 91 96 218 104
2018 3 29 12 61 17

Regions in focus

Publications

 

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