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A la date du 06 juin 2014, les partenaires de la CMP ont comptabilisé 151 150 déplacés, ce qui correspond à 28 785 ménages.

During the month of May 79,810 families were displaced due to the crisis in Anbar. 751 families underwent secondary displacements and 34,000 children were at risk, including those subject to labor and those without access to education. 52% of IDPs in sites assessed were under the age of 25.

Ce document présente les résultats des profils de sites effectués dans 54 sites à Bangi et Boda entre le 7 mai et le 28 mai 2014. 

Du 18 au 24 Mai, 1 116 individus ont effectué un déplacement à partier du nord du pays. Parmi ces personnes 458 se sont rendues dans le sud dont 344 du fait des récents évènements à Kidal.

575 IDPs were interviewed at 34 sites in Bangui. 77% of displaced persons left their place of origin in December 2013.

On 9 September 2013 a group of Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) attacked Zamboanga City in Western Mindanao, Philippines. An estimated 118,000 individuals were affected by the armed conflict. Displaced families were scattered to 63 evacuation sites set-up around the city.

26,761 households (137,096 internally displaced persons) were registered and assessed by IOM in all regions in Mali. 79,843 IDPs in the south and 57,253 IDPs in the north. IDPs’ movement toward the northern regions continue, although the rate has slowed since the beginning of the year.

26 761 ménages (137 096 personnes) enregistrés et identifiés par l’OIM dans l’ensemble des régions du Mali. 79,843 PDIs dans les régions sud et 57,253 PDIs dans les régions nord.

588 IDPs were interviewed at 22 sites in Bangui. 84% of displaced persons left their place of origin since December 2013.

Les statistiques journalières du 16 Avril 2014 sur les évacués de la RCA montrent que un total de 95,964​ personnes ont été enregistrées et 28,367​ personnes ont été transportées.

The following dashbvoard includes statistics as of 16 April 2014. Among others, a total of 95,964​ persons was registered as well as 28,367 persons were transported. Of all registered persons, 42%​ were between 18 and 59 years old.

243 sites remain open corresponding to 37,131 households or 137,543 individuals. Compared to the previous assessments, a decrease of 9,382 IDP individuals or 2,439 IDP households was recorded.

Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines on 8 November 2013. It was one of the most powerful typhoons to ever make landfall.

This DTM Report reflects the sectoral snapshot based on the DTM as of 3 1March  2014. There are already 4,999 displaced families with 26,477 individuals in existing 6 evacuation centers and 5 transitory sites. Lunzuran Barangay Hall, Divisoria National High School and Sta.

From January to April 2014 DTM identified 74,010 families comprised of 444,060 individuals, affected by the Anbar crisis. During this 4 month period 814 sites hosting IDPs were also identified and 400, 000 people reportedly fled the country.

Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines on 8 November 2013. It was one of the most powerful typhoons to ever make landfall.

598 IDPs were interviewed at 28 sites in Bangui. 88% of displaced persons left their place of origin since December 2013.

This DTM Report reflects the sectoral snapshot based on the DTM as of 14 March 2014. There are 4,873 displaced families with 25,840 individuals in nine evacuation centers and five transitory sites.

A la date du 12 mars 2014, les partenaires de la CMP ont comptabilisés 186,884 individus, ce qui correspond à 35,027 ménages déplacés. 

36,771 households (199,575 individuals) registered and evaluated by IOM in all regions in Mali. In the south, the highest number of IDP’s is in Bamako: 46,143 individuals. In the north most IDPs are in Tombouctou: 43,959.

36 771 ménages (199 575 personnes) enregistrés et évalués par l’OIM dans l’ensemble des régions du Mali. Au sud, le plus grand nombre de déplacés se trouve à Bamako : 46 143 individus. Au nord, la plus forte concentration de déplacés est à Tombouctou : 43 959 individus.

As the fifth month since the Zamboanga siege commence, resettlement plans for the internally-displaced persons (IDPs) have already laid out.

609 IDPs were interviewed at 40 sites in Bangui. 89% of displaced persons left their place of origin since December 2013.

There are a total of 56 displacement sites covered by this report which is an increase of 9 % from the previous report. This is due to a 100 percent increase in transitional sites which increased from 15 to 30 sites; thus comprising 53% of all displacement sites.

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