Mozambique

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Displaced population tracked by DTM in Mozambique
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During the reporting period (12 to 18 January 2022), a total of 52 movements were recorded - 46 Arrivals (2,004 individuals), 3

During the reporting period (05 to 11 January 2022), a total of 31 movements were recorded - 23 Arrivals (947 individuals), 6
departures (419 individuals), and 2 Transits (92 individuals). The largest arrival movements were recorded in Ancuabe (379

During the reporting period (29 December 2021 to 04 January 2022), a total of 21 movements were recorded

During the reporting period (23 to 28 December 2021), a total of 16 movements were recorded - 6 transits (115 individuals), 2 departures (33 individuals), 4 arrivals (26 individuals), and 4 intended return movements (74 individuals).

Assessments that continued to be undertaken on the 25 - 28 December in Mecula sede by DTM in collaboration with the Mozambican National Institute for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction (INGD) report the latest arrivals of 404 internally displaced persons (I

From 13 to 17 December 2021, Population Count exercises in Eduardo Mondalane, Mpeme, Lyanda, Naschitenje, EPC Namatil, and Nandimba Relocation Sites (all in Mueda district) were conducted in collaboration with IOM DTM and Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) in close coordination wit

During the reporting period (15 to 22 December 2021), a total of 35 movements were recorded - 11 transits (263 individuals), 10 departures (158 individuals), 8 arrivals (122 individuals), and 6 intended return movements (956 individuals).

An assessment conducted on the 24th of December in Mecula sede by DTM in collaboration with the Mozambican National Institute for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction (INGD) reports the arrival of 479 internally displaced persons (IDPs) as a result of the hostilities by Non-St

During the reporting period (08 to 14 December 2021), a total of 38 movements were recorded - 16 arrivals (311 individuals),10 transits (311bindividuals), 8 departures (49 individuals), and 4 intended return movements (134 individuals).

During the reporting period (01 to 07 December 2021), a total of 42 movements were recorded - 7 intended return movements (1,218 individuals), 15 arrivals (317 individuals), 6 transits (258 individuals), and 14 departures (115 individuals).

This fourteenth DTM Baseline Assessment Report aims to improve the understanding of internal displacement trends and displaced populations’ needs in Cabo Delgado, Inhambane, Niassa, Nampula, Zambezia and Sofala provinces.

From 22 September to 23 October 2021, in close coordination with provincial government and INGD partners, the International Organization for Migration (IOM)’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) teams conducted Multi-Sectoral Location Assessments (MSLA) in 59 sites hosting 192,72

Due to the hostilities in Naulala and its environs (approximately 60 kilometers from Mecula Sede), which are located in the Mecula district of Niassa province, on 4 December 2021, IOM's DTM team in conjunction with Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster Management and Risk

During the reporting period (September to November 2021), a total of 14 movements were recorded - 6 departures (880 individuals) and 8 arrivals (404 individuals). The arrivals were recorded in Cidade de Nampula, Erati and Meconta. The departures were recorded in Erati, Meconta, Memba and Nacala.

During the reporting period (24 to 30 November 2021), a total of 55 movements were recorded - 16 transits (3,322 individuals), 21 arrivals (603 individuals), 6 intended return movements (681 individuals), and 12 departures (576 individuals).

During the reporting period (20 to 26 October 2021), a total of 58 movements were recorded - 13 returns (909 individuals), 19 arrivals (544 individuals), 21 departures (268 individuals), and 5 transits (267 individuals), The largest returns were recorded in Nangade (743 individu

During the reporting period (17 to 23 November 2021), a total of 55 movements were recorded – 30 arrivals (1,934 individuals), 17 departures (718 individuals), 6 intended return movements (299 individuals), and 2 transits (78 individuals).

From 06 to 21 November 2021, Population Count exercises in Naminawe (Metuge district); Ujama, Upajo (Montepueuz district); and Maningane (Chiuredistrict) Relocation Sites were conducted in collaboration with IOM DTM and IOM CCCM in close coordination with the CCCM cl

From 13-15 November, DTM teams in Vila de Mueda observed the arrival of 2,366 IDPs coming from Ngapa sede, Namatil, Naschitenje, Naida, Mocimba de Rovuma, and Nahamba localities.

During the reporting period (10 to 16 November 2021), a total of 58 movements were recorded - 40 arrivals (5,853 individuals), 14 departures (161 individuals), 2 transits (63 individuals), and 2 intended return movements (87 individuals), The largest arrivals were re

From 14 September to 1 October 2021, in close coordination with Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction (INGD) of Manica and Sofala, the International Organization for Migration (IOM)’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) teams conducted Multi-S

From 4-8 November, DTM teams observed the arrival of 2,159 IDPs, in transit, reporting their intention to return to their places of origin in Palma district.

During the reporting period (27 October to 02 November 2021), a total of 65 movements were recorded - 30 arrivals (2,565 individuals), 22 departures (307 individuals), 7 transits (525 individuals), and 6 returns (196 individuals), Most arrivals were recorded in Mueda (1,158 indi

On the 1 October 2021, the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) team conducted Movement Intention surveys in Balama district, interviewing a total of 94 displaced families.

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