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IOM’s Migrant Response Center (MRC) in Obock, Djibouti, said it was struggling to cope with the increased numbers of standard migrants from Ethiopia asking for transport assistance to return home. Some 7,137 migrants have been registered by the MRC in Obock in the first quarter of 2013, a 79 percent rise compared to the same period of 2012.
In 2012, IOM said that it voluntarily repatriated 59 vulnerable Ethiopian migrants. Between January and April this year, it has already helped 246 people return home. Most Ethiopian migrants plan to travel from Djibouti to Yemen and then cross into Saudi Arabia. But changes in the Saudi labor laws restricting the employment of foreign workers as well as the fencing off of the 1,800km Saudi-Yemen border by the Saudi authorities have made their plans nearly impossible.
IOM said that the changes have also affected the smugglers and traffickers who provide the boats allowing the migrants to cross the Gulf of Aden. As hundreds of migrants continue to arrive in Obock, the main Gulf of Aden crossing point to Yemen, a backlog of hundreds of migrants is building up.