DTM recorded 152, 922 IDPs comprising 25,487 families during this period. The majority of IDPs (119,280) reported that Mosul was their district of origin.
The DTM recorded 391,860 IDPs comprising 65,310 families. The majority of the displaced population, 154,932, originated from the districts of Salah-al-Din and Ninewa.
Within the period DTM recorded 153,714 IDPs comprising 25,619 families. Most IDPs, 119,370, originated from Mosul. The governorate of Ninewa hosted the most IDPs (146,556) within the period. Most IDPs, 127,224 were resident in camps or emergency sites.
The 12th TFPM identifies, in connection with the ongoing conflict, 2,007,216 internally displaced persons (IDPs) across 21 governorates; the majority, 50%, are displaced in Hajjah, Taizz, Amanat Al Asimah and Sana’a.
DTM recorded 161,886 IDPs comprising 26,981 families across 7 governorates. The governorate of Ninewa hosted the most IDPs, 155,058. Mosul was the most commonly cited district of origin with 127,902 people recorded as originating from there.
DTM recorded 161,178 IDPs comprising 26,863 families across 7 governorates. The governorate of Ninewa hosted the most IDPs, 154,404. Mosul was the most commonly cited district of origin with 127,308 people recorded as originating from there.
The cumulative total of individuals displaced within this period was 196,788. These comprised 32,798 families. The district hosting the largest number of IDPs within this period was Al-Hamdaniya with 81,954 recorded IDP’s. 70% of the cumulative total of IDPs were living in emergency camps.
IOM recorded a cumulative total of 169,986 individuals comprising 102,733 households crossing the border into Haitian territory. 33.8% of these were female and 66.2% were male. 2,772 presumed unaccompanied minors were identified.
The site profile was conducted for a camp in the town of Mutimbuzi, Rural Bujumbura. 958 IDPs comprising 102 households were present at the camp during the period of survey. There was one functional water service on site which could provide 20 liters of water per person per day.
Since February 2016, IOM Niger has been carrying out flow monitoring of migrants at two points in Niger in the region of Agadez. 8,424 incoming individuals were observed in FMPs and 6,524 outgoing individuals were observed in FMPs during the month of January.
The site profile was conducted for a camp in the town of Mutimbuzi, Rural Bujumbura. 2,032 IDPs comprising 303 households were present at the camp during the period of survey. There were two functional water services on site which could provide 20 liters of water per person per day.
IOM profiled 840 individuals (224 households) among whom were 223 children under the age of five years in seven villages in its surroundings and 16 neighbourhoods within Ndélé. 44% of the displaced population were returnees from Chad whilst 14% came from Bria and Bambari.
DTM identified 26,868 IDP families comprised of 161,208 individuals. The majority of the identified individuals (126,126) originated from Mosul. 134,802 people were living in camps/emergency settings and 24,600 people were living in private settings.
Between 12—19 January 1,886 individuals were observed crossing the border into Haitian territory.
DTM recorded a cumulative total of 187,986 IDP’s and 28,980 returnees within this period. 98% of the IDPs are displaced within the district of Ninewa. 71% are in emergency camps, 15% are in private accommodation, 13% are at emergency sites.
As of 15 January 2017, the total number of IDPs in the UN Mission in South Sudan’s Protection of Civilians (PoC) site in Bentiu was 120,079 individuals. The first round January 2017 population count was held in Bentiu PoC from 13 to 15 January 2017.
Currently over 119,000 people are seeking protection in this site. Humanitarian partners and UNMISS are working together with the community to improve the living condition in the PoC area.
Cumulatively from the first week of June 2015 to 26 January 2017, 101,893 households representing 168,810 individuals have crossed the border into Haitian territory. 33.9% were female while 66.1% were male. 2,744 presumed unaccompanied minors were identified.
This document contains the site profiles for all displacement sites identified in Yobe state, Nigeria.
1,099,509 returnees to Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states were identified. 64,151 (5.8%) are Nigerian refugees from Chad and Cameroon.
This document contains the site profiles for all displacement sites identified in Borno state, Nigeria.
This document lists all the sites assessed in DTM Round 14 including the site ID, site name, state, Local Government Area, ward name, number of households and number of individuals.
This document contains the site profiles for all displacement sites identified in Taraba state, Nigeria.
Ceci est une carte récapulative de 41 sites de déplacement hébergeant 154,534 personnes déplacées dans la province, Nord-Kivu.