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About is an IOM online platform designed to enhance access to Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) information products on internal displacement, including a visualization of the scale of displacement monitored by IOM. A second complementary platform by DTM,, intends to visualise population flows. Each platform is designed to facilitate a better understanding of displacement and mobility trends within and between countries or regions.  

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.

Baseline area assessments provide information on the presence of internally displaced populations in a defined administrative area, their reason and date of displacement and their shelter situation. Once a baseline or a list of locations hosting displaced populations has been identified, further location and/or site assessments are conducted to gather multi-layer and multi-themed data on the displaced groups. The objective of the location/site assessments is to collect in-depth data on the living conditions and needs of populations. This may include populations in camp and camp-like settings, or populations residing within host communities and/or areas of return of the observed population of concern.


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This report presents the outcome of the survey on return intentions undertaken in several cities in the country from 23 June - 11 July 2015.

Assessments completed in late June revealed a decrease in the total IDP population over the past three months. Overall, population declines were observed in 30 of the 48 communities.

This Site Assessment Dashboard identified 1,385,298 IDPs (188,547 households), of which 111,141 IDPs are living in 42 sites. Most (99,648) IDPs were identified in Borno, followed by Adamawa where 6,813​ IDPs were identified.

This dashboard displays location and size (number of IDPs) of displacement sites in Mozambique. DTM has recorded a total of 61,102 IDPs in 48 assessed sites. 71% of IDPs intend to stay at relocation site.

As of 31 May 2015, the TFPM has identified 1,267,590 internally displaced persons (IDPs) (219,104 households) in Yemen. Hajjah governorate hosts the highes number hosting of IDPs, with 298,788 displaced persons, followed by Al Dhale’e with 227,414 IDPs.

As of June 2015, 1,385,298 IDPs in 188,547 households were identified in the fourth round of assessments.

The identified IDP population showed an increase of 1% (25,542 individuals) between 4 June and 2 July, 2015. Following the Ramadi crisis at the beginning of April 2015, more than a quarter of a million individuals were displaced from Anbar governorate.

1,385,298 displaced individuals (188,547 households) were identified in Round 4 of DTM in Nigeria.This document provides the list of wards assessed and the numbers of indiv

Un séisme de magnitude 7.0 a frappé Haiti le 12 janvier 2010. Celui-ci a causé la destruction de plus de 300,000 immeubles et le déplacement de 1.5 millions de personnes. Le rapport suivant présente les résultats de visites de terrain effectuées entre le 1er Avril et le 30 Juin 2015.

More than 5 years after the devastating 12 January 2010 earthquake, an estimated 14,970 households or 60,801 individuals are still residing in 45 IDP sites in the earthquake affected communes. As of 30 June 2015, 45 sites remain open in Haiti.

During June 2015 the DTM verified 81 displacement sites hosting 650,634 IDPs. 200,347 IDPs were identified in 42 host communities, 237,473 in 25 spontaneous settlements, 170,131 in 5 PoCs and 42,683 in 9 collective centres.

Round 2 assessments identified 409 displacement sites in fifteen earthquake-affected districts, hosting an estimated 117,700 people from 21,711 households. 77 priority sites of more than 50 households are hosting 49,118 people.

A total of newly 8,630 displaced families (51,780 individuals) were identified during the reporting period of 21 May through 4 June.

A la date du 02 juin 2015, les partenaires de la CMP ont comptabilisé 102.346 personnes déplacées internes (18.737 ménages), ce qui correspond à une augmentation de 59.245 par rapport aux données d’avril 2015 (43.101 PDIs).

Les opérations d’enregistrement et d’évaluation menées par la Direction Nationale du Développement Social (DNDS) et l’OIM entre mai et juin 2015, attestent une augmentation du nombre de personnes déplacées internes (PDIs) au Mali.

As of 31 May 2015, the TFPM has identified 1,019,762 internally displaced persons (IDPs) (158,887 households) in Yemen.

131 sites remain open, corresponding to approximately 26,100 households and an estimated 107,000 individuals. A decrease of 12,466 IDP households was recorded between the second and third round of the DTM reports; corresponding to a 32% decrease in the number of displaced households.

This dashboard displays location and size (number of IDPs) of displacement sites in Mozambique. DTM has recorded a total of 72,517 IDPs in 46 assessed sites within Zambezia Province. 24% of sites are accommodation centres and 76% of sites are relocation communities.

Approximately 13,207 displaced families were identified within 46 relocation sites in Zambezia Province. 38 of 46 assessed sites reported an active site management committee comprised of community members. Malaria was noted as the most prevalent health problem in nearly all sites (89%).

From February to March 2015, a-month-long law and order operations lead by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) against the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) left more than 91,000 displaced individuals in 13 municipalities of the province of Maguindanao.

Over the reported period, an increase among IDPs in camps and private settings has been observed, 1% and 4% respectively, while the number of IDPs in critical shelters4 has decreased by approximately 2%.

This dashboard of Round 3 indicates site type and location throughout Malawi. A table details site name, unique site ID (SSID), number of households, number of individuals and gender distribution of each site (131). 

The data collected in 76 displacement sites between 4 and 7 May 2017 includes, among others:
 - Site classification
 - Use of the site before the arrival of displaced population
 - Demographic data of the displaced population
 - Information on vulnerable groups

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