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Mobility tracking aims to quantify the presence of population categories within defined locations, with a frequency that captures mobility dynamics. Its approach is highly customizable: it can be light-touch or in-depth depending on the phase and requirements of the response, and it often increases in depth and detail over successive rounds. The online platform visualises mobility tracking data collected through baseline area assessments.

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During the reporting period 4,781 outgoing individuals were identified across the 2 active FMPs that were surveyed. 8,416 incoming individuals were identified.

The DTM Emergency Tracking Tool was deployed to track and provide up to date information on sudden displacement and other population movements in: Bama, Chibok, Damboa, Dikwa, Gwoza, Kukawa and Monguno.

By March 2017 DTM identified 149,028 IDPs in 31,504 households across 11 provinces in Burundi. 56% of the displaced population was found to be living with host families.

DTM recorded a 46% increase in the population at Wau Town as a result of the recent conflict. 82% of the Wau Town IDP population are women and children.

La Matrice de Suivi des Déplacements est un système compréhensif de collecte d’informations sur les personnes déplacées internes dans les provinces ciblées du Burundi.

During the reporting period 1,858 individuals were observed crossing the border into Haitian territory. Of these, 1,028 were voluntarily registered. 28 unaccompanied minors were identified. Of these, 12 had officially been deported into Haitian territory.

DTM identified 60,538 IDP families comprised of approximately 363,228 individuals. Mosul was the most commonly cited district of origin (328,806 individuals) followed by Hatra (18,510).

DTM identified 60,538 IDP families comprised of 363,228 individuals. The majority of the identified individuals (328,806) originated from Mosul.

Relief agencies continue to provide assistance to new arrivals at existing displacement sites since population influxes following the outbreak of violence on April 10.

Depuis février 2016, l'OIM Niger effectue un suivi des flux migratoires sur deux points de la région d'Agadez au Niger. Les points de suivi des flux migratoires sont placés sur des lieux de transit sur les routes migratoires du Niger.

The IOM DTM team in partnership with WFP conducted a biometric registration in Panyijar County, Unity from 13 February - 16 April 2017 to record accurate cross-sectional data that better reflects the reality on the ground in areas of high humanitarian needs.

On 27 April, SPLA forces advanced on Kodok. The attack has led to further displacement in the area, pushing a large number of people toward Abruoc. This displacement will add to the numbers that had been arriving following SPLA operations in Panyikang earlier in April.

DTM recorded 59,875 IDP families comprised of 359,250individuals. The majority of recorded IDPs originated from Mosul District (324,828 individuals). Most IDPs are living in camps or emergency sites (309,702 individuals).

The cumulative total of IDPs recorded by DTM during this period was 473,280 individuals comprising 78,880 families. Of these, 359,250 individuals (comprising 59,875 families) are still displaced. 214,872 people are currently residing in emergency camps (60%).

This snapshot contains Emergency Tracking data on Bama, Chibok, Dikwa, Gwoza, Kukawa, Damboa, Ngala, Kala Balge, and Maiduguri M. C.

Included in this Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) snapshot are Bama, Biu, Chibok, Dikwa, Gwoza, Monguno, Kaga, Kala/Balge, Yola South, Jere.

DTM recorded 59,735 IDP families comprised of 258,410 individuals. The majority of recorded IDPs originated from Mosul District (323,982 individuals). Most IDPs are living in camps or emergency sites (309,492 individuals).

Clashes around Tamnhnt airport base began in early April 2017 and have been ongoing until the time of publication. DTM conducted a rapid assessment in the affected areas to determine the impact of the clashes on populations residing in the area.

As of 01 April 2017, the TFPM has identified, 1,988,946 internally displaced persons (IDPs) (331,491 households) who have been displaced due to conflict since March 2015, dispersed across 21 governorates. For the

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.

DTM recorded 98,488 IDP families comprised of 568,446 Individuals. The majority of IDPs were residing in Camps (374,034 individuals).

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).

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.

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