The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has stated that there are about 43,421 individuals who remain displaced after storm Daniel made landfall in northeastern Libya on 11 September 2023.

In statistics released on Friday, the IOM monitored the movement of displaced families from Derna to the western municipalities, amounting to 6% of the total number of people displaced from the city. 

While the majority of the displaced 94% are located in the municipalities of eastern Libya, the largest share of whom are in the municipalities of Derna (38%), Benghazi (10%), Al-Bayda (10%), Shahat (9%), and Tobruk (8%).

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs previously estimated the number of those displaced as a result of Storm Daniel at about 42,045 people, according to a statement issued on October 5.