Pari Andawale community in Tebi LLG: This community was affected by conflict on 11 April 2022. About 70 homes were burnt down and an estimated 1,200 displaced. The IDPs fled to different villages around Hela.
Pari / Andawale community, Tepi LLG: On 11-Apr-2022, a fight broke out displacing an estimated 500 people from three council wards. At least 60 houses were burnt down, and livestock, food gardens, and trees were destroyed.
Manam volcano in Papua New Guinea's Madang Province started emitting ash on 20 October 2021. The emitted volcanic ash caused a thick dark smoke that covered the entire Manam Island.
Clan violence in Tari-Pori district on 28 January 2021 resulted in human displacement, injuries, deaths and destruction of property among other negative impacts. An estimated 6,000 have been affected.
This displacement profile gives an update on the situation of people displaced because of clan violence that happened on 28 January 2021 in Tari Pori District in Hela Province.
Deos-Tinputz experienced a King Tide at around 2000Hrs on 03 January 2020, leading to the displacement of the local community members who fled to higher ground for safety.
Conflict-related violence resulted in the displacement of 479 people from Konnou Constituency in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville.
IDP sites assessed — 8 (Kabaya*, Bakada*, Koasa, Gigipuna-VJ Camp, Soi, Sabali Beach, Sovula** and Barema road side**)
This infographic presents findings from sites hosting Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in West New Britain Province after the eruption of Ulawun Volcano on 26 June 2019. Presented are findings from six (6) IDP sites namely Soi, Bakada*, Gigipuna-VJ Camp, Sabali Beach, Kabaya* and Koasa.
Infographic: Pandi/Bageta Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), East New Britain Province
IOM has been providing assistance to people affected by the earthquake that hit the Highlands region in February 2018. Provinces highly impacted by the disaster were the Southern Highlands and Hela.
Following the earthquake that hit the Highlands region in February 2018, IOM deployed the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) to track human displacements, as well as identify humanitarian needs for those displaced from their community to care centres or displaced within their community. DTM data
Following a 7.5 magnitude earthquake which hit the Highlands Region of Papua New Guinea (PNG) and affected an estimated 544,000 people in five provinces1, assessment teams visited 38 displacement sites2 in the Hela, Southern Highlands and Western Provinces of PNG between 10 – 27 March 2018.
Following a volcano eruption on Kadovar Island on the 5th of January 2018, Kadovar islanders were temporarily evacuated to safety on Ruprup Island before their relocation to Dandan care centre between 14th and 16th January.
This profiling report presents the findings of a survey conducted in provinces hosting internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
During the reporting period IOM enhanced the recovery of health services through the provision of sustainable water supply at health facilities in Enga, Jiwaka and Simbu Provinces. IOM also built a gravity-fed water supply system providing clean water to 1,200 households in Morobe Province.
This map is an annex to the report entitled “Internal displacements induced by natural and man-made hazards in Papua New Guinea (November 2016)”. It displays type and magnitude of displacement across Papua New Guinea as of November 2016.
Throughout the last decade, Papua New Guinea (PNG) has experienced internal displacements arising in the context of natural and human induced hazards that includes the Manam volcano and tribal conflicts respectively.
Displacement in Papua New Guinea (PNG) occurs largely as a result of tribal fights due to land, natural disasters and or the economic situation of families. With at least 40 incidences of emergencies and disasters having been recorded in PNG between 2013 and 2016, such incidences contributed to t