DTM has identified 1,884,331 displaced individuals. 35% of IDPs dwell in camps or camp-like settings. 65% of all individuals are in host community settings. 79.5% are women and children. 28.3% are children under five years. 69% of people surveyed cited food as an unmet need.
The objective of the National Monitoring System (NMS) in Ukraine, drawing on Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) approaches, is to support the Government of Ukraine in collecting and analysing information on the socioeconomic characteristics of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and IDP household
DTM recorded 56,593 IDP families comprised of 339,558 individuals. The majority of recorded IDPs originated from Mosul District (302,748 individuals). Most IDPs are living in camps or emergency sites (290,928 individuals).
L'enquête d'intentions de retour recueille des informations sur les conditions de vie des PDI dans les sites de déplacement et le retour potentiel dans leur lieu d'origine.
The cumulative total of IDPs recorded by DTM during this period was 441,720 individuals comprising 73,630 families. Of these 336,288 individuals (comprising 56,048 families) are still displaced. 210,802 people are currently residing in emergency camps.
Assessments identified an estimated 132,138 undocumented Myanmar nationals (UMNs) in 23,844 households in three makeshift settlements and 41 host community locations in two upazila of Bangladesh. Of these, 63,705 are estimated to be new arrivals since October 2016.
An outbreak of violence on 10 April in Wau town has displaced an estimated 22,000-25,000 people from their homes.
This DTM Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) has been deployed to track and provide up-to-date information on sudden displacement and other population movements in Bama, Chibok, Damboa, Dikwa, Gwoza, Jere, Kaga, Kala Balge, Konduga, Mafa, Monguno and Ngala.
DTM identified 55,753 IDP families comprised of 334,518 individuals. The majority of the identified individuals (299,418) originated from Mosul. 290,328 people were living in camps/emergency sites and 40,956 people were living in private settings.
The cumulative total of IDPs recorded by DTM during this period was 433,962 individuals comprising 72,327 families. Of these 330,012 individuals (comprising 55,002 families) are still displaced. 196,452 people are currently residing in emergency camps.
DTM recorded 55,002 IDP families comprised of 330,012 individuals. The majority of recorded IDPs originated from Mosul District (295,422 individuals). Most IDPs are living in camps or emergency sites (286,322 individuals).
A total of 63,000 individuals are reported to have returned to Sirte as of 19 April 2017. 150 IDP households were reported to have fled their homes due to clashes in Tamnhnt in the last two weeks.
DTM recorded 55,190 IDP families comprised of 331,140 individuals. The majority of recorded IDPs originated from Mosul District (296,544 individuals). Most IDPs are living in camps or emergency sites (287,838 individuals).
DTM recorded 96,240 IDP families comprised of 577,440 Individuals. The majority of IDPs were residing in Camps (367,674 individuals). The Mosul Operations recorded the highest numbers of IDPs (327,432) of which most came from Mosul itself (292,824).
Included in this Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) snapshot are Gwoza, Ngala, Kala-Balge, Chibok, Damboa and Askira/ Uba. 1,119 displaced individuals were recorded in Gwoza and, respectively, 133 in Ngala, 144 in Kala/ Balge, 874 in Bama, 143 in Askira Uba, 77 in Damboa and 33 in Chibok.
The most significant incident in Upper Nile occurred following the SPLA advance from Unity into Panyikang County on 12 April. Fighting is believed to have taken place between Wankur and Tonga with significant resistance from SPLA/iO units under the command of Johnson Olony.
On 12 April 2017 at about 9:10 pm, suspected Boko Haram insurgents attacked the military station situated behind Dalori II (250 Housing Estate Camp), less than 2 kilometers from the camp.
The cumulative total of IDPs recorded by DTM during this period was 424,560 individuals comprising 70,760 families. Of these 327,432 individuals (comprising 54,572 families) are still displaced. 197,796 people are currently residing in emergency camps.
DTM recorded 54.572 IDP families comprised of 327,432 individuals. The majority of recorded IDPs originated from Mosul District (292,824 individuals). Most IDPs are living in camps or emergency sites (284,448 individuals).
En février 2017, DTM a identifié 148 490 PDI (31 245 ménages) dans onze provinces. 5 157 PDI vivent des des dites de déplacements, 86 014 PDI vivent dans des familles d'accueil, et 57 319 PDI vivent dans des maisons louées.
DTM interviewed 9,500 key informants across 3,648 locations in 106 districts in 18 governorates. As of 30 March 2017, the DTM has identified 3,058,626 internally displaced persons (509,771 families) displaced after January 2014. DTM also recorded a 4% increase in the number of returnees.
The IOM Displacement Tracking and Monitoring (DTM) team, in collaboration with partners, conducted the biometric registration of internally displaced persons (IDPs) sheltering in Wau POCAA, UNMISS POC 1 and the collective centers (ECS, St.
The DTM Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) was deployed to track and provide up-to-date information on sudden displacement and other population movements in Askira Uba, Gwoza, Ngala, Kala-Balge, Kaga, Bama, Dikwa and Chibok.
In round 8 DTM Libya interviewed 1,192 key informants across 100 Baladiyas and 661 Muhallas. In total 294,436 IDPs were identified. 26% of these had been displaced during 2011—2014, 42% had been displaced in 2015 and 32% has been displaced in 2016.