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Data Science and Ethics Group

Group SummaryBuilding on recent work and attention on ethical humanitarian data science, the Data Science and Ethics Group (hence referred as “the group”) gathers key actors involved in data science…

Resource 2019-07-22T12:00:00

DTM & Partners Toolkit

DTM data are shared with humanitarian actors to inform response. DTM and most Global Clusters, AoRs and WGs have jointly developed tools to support cooperation in the field and obtain DTM data that…

Resource 2018-11-16T12:00:00

Displacement Tracking Matrix Educational Materials

The displacement of people within their own countries is a matter of increased concern worldwide, most especially among those involved in humanitarian work.  “The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM)…

Reference 2018-04-27T12:00:00

DTM Vacancies

Iraq: Project Officer (Displacement, Tracking & Monitoring (DTM))Iraq: DTM Coordinator (Displacement Tracking Matrix)

Key Resource 2018-03-27T12:00:00

Timeline of DTM activation

This visualization shows the countries where DTM has been active since its inception. By 2018, DTM has been active in over 70 countries tracking human mobility in natural disaster, conflict and mixed…

Reference 2018-03-12T12:00:00

Methodological Framework used in Displacement Tracking Matrix Operations for Quantifying Displacement and Mobility

DTM’s effectiveness in meeting varying objectives in a diverse range of contexts relies on its ability to maintain a lightweight, flexible and modular structure, enabling quick adjustments and…

Methods 2017-12-05T12:00:00

Feedback on displacement.iom.int

The new global DTM website launched in November 2017 contains site and area specific information on displaced populations, links to reports and datasets for DTM operations worldwide. We want your…

Technology 2017-11-09T12:00:00

DTM team and key facts

Reference 2017-11-08T12:00:00

Prepositioning relief: Using a random walk model to predict the distribution of IDPs in Nigeria

Random walk is a mathematical modelling technique used in many scientific fields to model seemingly random behavior. Displacement in conflict scenarios, in contrast to displacement induced by rapid-…

Methods 2017-11-07T12:00:00

Guidance and Best Practices: Humanitarian Data Protection

IOM’s Data Protection Principles were developed in 2009 to assist IOM staff in handling personal data. However, due to rapid changes in technology and new threats to data protection, staff requested…

Methods 2017-11-07T12:00:00

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Consistent with previous reports, this issue further identified 97,758 individuals displaced during previous periods of the crisis.

A total of 1,235,294 IDPs were identified in northern Nigeria. 1,188,018 IDPs (149,357 households) were identified in Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba and Yobe states. Another 47,276 IDPs (5,910 households) were identified in Plateau, Nasarawa, Abuja, Kano and Kaduna states.

This document lists all the sites assessed in DTM Round 2 including the site ID, site name, Local Government Area, ward name, number of households and number of individuals.

This document contains the site profiles for all displacement sites identified in Adamawa state, Nigeria.

This document contains the site profiles for all displacement sites identified in Borno state, Nigeria.

1,188,018 IDPs in 149,357 households were identified in six states in north-eastern Nigeria in January to February 2015. 56% of the IDP population in the sites are children, 8.7% are below 1 year old and 54% are female. 7.5% of the IDP population is above 60 years old.

This document lists all the wards assessed in DTM Round 2 by state, Local Government Area and ward, showing the total number of displaced individuals and households identified.

1,188,018 IDPs in 149,357 households were identified in 43 displacement sites in Adamawa, Borno and Taraba states. 27,612 IDPs are displaced in 18 sites in Adamawa state. 120,872 IDPs are displaced in 15 sites in Borno state. 5,524 IDPs are displaced in 10 sites in Taraba state.

Consistent with the previous report, this round identified further populations displaced during previous periods of the crisis that are predominantly hosted in rented accommodations and with host community households. From the beginning of January 2014 through 26 February 2015, the D

This report records a significant increase of 36,216 families (estimated 217,296 individuals) from the previous round. Of the newly identified populations, 58% (estimated 126,474 individuals) were displaced before 01 September. In addition to this, the remaining 42% were displaced during th

 During this round, there has been an overall increase in the displaced population of 13,064 families (estimated 78,384 individuals). This is an increase of 3.6% from the displaced population figure reported on 15 January, 2015.

Through this reporting period, the DTM has tracked and identified an overall increase of 8,904 displaced families (an estimated 53,424 individuals). This is an increase of 2.5% from the displaced population figure reported on 25 December.

389,281 displaced individuals (60,232 households) were identified in DTM's first Round in Nigeria. This document provides the list of wards assessed and the numbers of individuals and households identified in each, organised by State and Local Government Area (LGA). 

This displacement report covers the period of October to December 2014. In Adamawa, Bauchi, Gombe, Taraba and Yobe states, 389,281 IDPs (60,232 households) were identified.

61.621 personnes déplacées internes (12.633 ménages) enregistrés et identifiés par le programme DTM dans l’ensemble des régions du Mali.

61.621 internally displaced people (12.633 households) recorded and identified by the DTM program in all regions of Mali. 32.038 IDPs in southern and 29.583 IDPs in the northern regions.

On the eve of the fifth anniversary of the devastating 2010 earthquake, an estimated 21,218 households or 79,397 individuals still reside in 105 IDP sites. 21,218 households or 79,397 individuals still reside in camps and camp like settlements.

From September to  December 2014, a series of distinct, concurrent crises were recorded in several governorates causing a steady increase in the displaced population numbers.

From the beginning of January through 25 December 2014 the DTM identified 2,123,340 internally displaced individuals dispersed across 2,092 distinct locations in Iraq.

As of 14 December 2014, 389,281 IDPs in 60,232 households were identified in the first round of assessments.

From the beginning of January through 25 November, 2014 the DTM verified 2,004,066 internally displaced individuals dispersed across 2,003 distinct locations in Iraq.

From the beginning of January through 9 November, 2014 DTM identified 328,086 families, corresponding to an estimated 1,968,516 internally displaced individuals, dispersed across 2,003 distinct locations across Iraq.

From the beginning of January through to 26 October, 2014 the DTM identified 1,898,844 internally displaced individuals dispersed across 1,928 distinct locations in Iraq.

16.687 households (86.026 IDPs) registered and identified in all regions in Mali. 54.987 IDPs in the south and 31.039 IDPs in the northern regions. IDPs’ movements toward the northern regions have decreased significantly since the beginning of the year and especially since April 2014.

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