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Displaced population tracked by DTM
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population displaced by conflict
33,315,148
As of Dec 2018, in countries with active DTM. Source: IDMC

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Displacement.iom.int 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, flow.iom.int, 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 dashboard displays location and size (number of IDPs) of displacement sites in Mozambique. DTM has recorded a total of 58,301 IDPs in 50 assessed sites. The dashboard further details the unique site ID (SSID) and number of IDPs for 31 assessed sites (total of 30,096 individuals). 

More than 3 years after the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti in January 2010, an estimated 320,051 individuals (or about 81,349 households) remain in 385 IDP sites.

Three years after the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti in January 2010, an estimated 347,284 individuals (or about 87,750 households) remain in 450 IDP sites. Compared to 2010, this represents a decrease of about 77% in overall IDP population (individuals and households).

A consistent trend to return to areas of origin is observed; however, 6,151 families remained displaced in Sindh and Balochistan, with inaccessible place of origin cited as the main impediment to return (82%), and majority of IDPs fearing they will remain displaced for at least 1 to 3 months.

111 temporary settlements hosting 16,926 individuals (2,870 families) have been identified in Ghotki, Larkana, Qamber Shahdadkot and Sukkur. 95% are spontaneous settlements and no instances of planned tent sites were found in these districts.

As of October 2012, an estimated 357,785 individuals (or about 90,415 households) remain in 496 IDP sites across the earthquake affected areas in Haiti. This reflects a 3% decrease in overall (IDP individuals) population compared to August 2012.

201 temporary settlements hosting 32,269 individuals have been assessed in Jacobabad, Kashmore and Shikarpur. Settlements lack proper structure; 78% are spontaneous settlements.

As of August 2012, an estimated 369,000 people (or about 94,000 households) remain in 541 IDP sites across the earthquake affected areas in Haiti. This reflects a 5% decrease in overall (individuals) population compared to last period (June 2012).

A total of 575 sites hosting 97,913 IDP households or 390,276 IDP individuals remain open across the earthquake affected area. Compared to the previous report (April 2012), a 7% decrease in IDP individual population is observed.

Compared to the previous report (February 2012), a 14% decrease in IDP individual population is observed. This rate of decrease is the largest observed since March 2011.

This dashboard displays information as of 8 March 2012 by cluster consisting of a map and data represented in graphs.  

TSSU recorded nine temporary settlements (TS) with 189 families (1,020 individuals). All nine settlements are spontaneous without camp management or site management agency. Four TSs indicate they will stay one-three months, five indicate that they will remain for three or more months.

In Umerkot district TSSU recorded 44 temporary settlements (TS) with 1,073 families (5,841 individuals). All 44 settlements are spontaneous, with no camp management or site management agency. 44% TSs indicate they will stay 1-3 months, 33% indicate 3 months or more.

Total number of IDPs living in IDP sites is now less than 500,000. Specifically: there are about 490,545 IDP individuals (or 120,791 IDP households) remaining in 660 IDP sites in the earthquake affected areas.

This dashboard displays information as of 2 February 2012 by cluster consisting of a map and data represented in graphs.  

This dashboard displays key TSSU information as of 2 February 2012 consisting of a map and data represented in graphs.  

According to the fifth phase of the TSSU assessment, there are 241 settlements with 10,379 families (55,953 individuals). 80% of all temporary settlements (TS) are spontaneous and 14% are planned tent sites. 92% of TSs have no official camp management structure.

This map displays number and locations of temporary settlements in Umerkot district as of 14 December 2011 (Logistics cluster).

This report contains the analysis and findings of the Temporary Settlement Support Unit (TSSU) assessment. During the course of this survey, teams visited 2,572 temporary settlements. It was discovered that 1,430 settlements were closed while 1,142 settlements remain open.

This report contains the analysis and findings of the Temporary Settlement Support Unit (TSSU) assessment of District Badin. 386 temporary settlements were visited. 226 settlements were closed. 160 settlements remain open.

This map displays number and locations of temporary settlements in Mirpur district as of 14 December 2011 (Logistics cluster).

This map displays number and locations of temporary settlements in Matiari district as of 14 December 2011 (Logistics cluster).

This map displays number and locations of temporary settlements in Sanghar district as of 14 December 2011 (Logistics cluster).

This map displays number and locations of temporary settlements in  Shaheed Benazirabad district as of 14 December 2011 (Logistics cluster).

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