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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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From the start of January 2014 through 2 February 2017, the DTM identified 3,030,006 internally displaced individuals (505,001 families). This map shows locations where IDPs were residing, as well as overall concentrations across the country.

From the start of January 2014 through 2 February 2017, the DTM identified 3,030,006 internally displaced individuals (505,001 families). This map shows the size of IDP population residing in 3 main shelter categories (private, critical, camp plus unknown).

A collection of 20 individual Site Profiles. Site Profiles provide information about demographics, vulnerable groups, mobility, site management and services (Shelter, Health, Wash, Food, and Protection). 

Between December 2016 and January 2017, the number of identified IDPs increased by 129,386 individuals (7.3% increase). This brought the total number if IDPs in Nigeria to 1,899,830 (337,353 households).

As of January 25, 2017, DTM has identified 1,899,830 IDPs (337,353 households) across Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba, and Yobe states.

A collection of 5 individual Site Profiles. Site Profiles provide information about demographics, vulnerable groups, mobility, site management and services (Shelter, Health, Wash, Food, and Protection). 

A collection of 12 individual Site Profiles. Site Profiles provide information about demographics, vulnerable groups, mobility, site management and services (Shelter, Health, Wash, Food, and Protection). 

This dashboard is a map indicating the number of returnees per LGA. 1,099,509 returnees returned to Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States. 64,151 (5.8%) were Nigerian refugees from Chad and Cameroon. The map indicates return areas, inaccessible areas, water boundaries and state boundaries. 

IOM recorded a cumulative total of 171,749 individuals comprising 103,923 households crossing the border into Haitian territory, 33.8% of these were female and 66.2% were male. 2,805 presumed unaccompanied minors were identified.

DTM recorded 153,894 IDPs comprising 25,649 families. The governorate of Ninewa hosted the most IDPs, 145,008 (94%). Mosul was the most commonly cited district of origin with 120,900 people recorded as originating from there.

The DTM recorded 390,618 IDPs comprising 65,103 families. The majority of the displaced population, 153,006 are within the Mosul area.

The DTM Emergency Tracking System (ETS) was deployed to track and provide up-to-date information on sudden displacement and return movements. The report provides information about the type and trigger of the population movements as well as estimated number of people.

DTM recorded 152,448 IDPs comprising 25,408 families. The governorate of Ninewa hosted the most IDPs, 144,690 (95%). Mosul was the most commonly cited district of origin with 119,868 people recorded as originating from there.

28,925 individuals comprising 5,563 households were recorded for this period. The recorded priority needs for the site were: the relocation of IDPs to the new extension site, the registration of new arrivals, the installation of perimeter lights. 

The cumulative total of individuals displaced within this period was 199,200 comprised of  33,200 families. The district hosting the largest number of IDPs within this period was Al-Hamdaniya with 70,452 recorded IDPs.

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.

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