Middle East and North Africa
- Current DTM operation
- Previously active DTM operation or flow monitoring operations
- Administrative division with available number of displaced persons
- Site assessed by DTM
- Event tracking
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47,875 Families comprised of 287,250 IDPs were recorded. Most IDPs originated from Mosul (252,768 individuals) and most IDPs were living in camps or emergency sites (244,404 individuals).
As of December 2016, there were 3,064,1462 IDPs displaced due to conflict in Iraq, living in 3,700 locations across the country.
The Governorate Profiles complement Part I (Thematic Overview) providing individual profiles of the eighteen Iraqi governorates, thus reviewing all key themes identified at governorate and district level.
DTM recorded 47,875 families comprised of 287,250 individuals. The district hosting the most IDPs is Mosul (151,182 IDPs). 13,438 families (80,628 individuals) were recorded as returnees.
This report is composed of a map indicating significant displacement related events in Tripoli, Sirte, Ras Lanuf and Benghazi.
DTM recorded 47,670 IDP families comprised of 286,020 individuals. The governorate hosting the largest number of IDPs was Ninewa where 266,808 IDPS were recorded. The most commonly reported district of origin amongst IDPs was Mosul with 251,544 IDPs coming from there.
DTM recorded 46,504 IDP families comprised of 279,024 individuals. The governorate hosting the largest number of IDPs was Ninewa where 261,228 IDPS were recorded, this represents 94% of the total.
The cumulative total of IDPs recorded by DTM during this period was 350,142 individuals comprising 58,357 families. Of these 273,720 individuals (comprising 45,620 families) are still displaced. 161,412 people are currently residing in emergency camps.
DTM recorded 273,720 IDPs comprising 45,620 families. Of these, 239,496 reported that their district of origin was Mosul. The highest number of IDPs was recorded in Ninewa governorate, 255,924 individuals (93% of the total). 323,554 individuals were recorded living in camps and emergency sites.
The total number of people currently displaced, as of 19 March 2017, is 270,546 individual IDPs comprising 45,091 families. During the period covered 229,896 people were living in camps and emergency settings.
DTM Identified 504,582 individuals comprising 84,097 families. The highest number of displaced were recorded in the Mosul operation (260,616 IDPs), in which the most originated from Mosul itself (226,602).
The total number of people currently displaced, as of 19 March 2017, is 260,616 individual IDPs comprising 43,436 families. During the period covered 222,030 people were living in camps and emergency settings. Ninewa governorate currently hosts the most IDPs, 245,190 individuals.
This report consists of a map indicating displacement events across Tripoli, Sirte, Nofaliya, Al Qatrun.
The total number of people currently displaced, as of 16 March 2017, is 254,880 individual IDPs comprising 42,480 families. During the period covered 216,294 people were living in camps and emergency settings. Ninewa governorate currently hosts the most IDPs, 239,454 individuals.
The total number of people currently still displaced, as of 16 March 2017, is 254,880 individual IDPs comprising 42,480 families. The total number of people displaced since 17 October 2016 is 326,754 individuals. 158,016 people were living in camps and emergency settings.
DTM was established in Libya in October 2015 to track the movement of IDPs, returnees and migrants. This report is an overview of DTM's mobility tracking activities in Libya accross all seven rounds of assessment.
In March 2017, a total of 71,984 individuals were registered in Golo, of which 54,362 individuals are returnees and 17,586 are IDPs. 63 % of the registered caseload are under 18 years old, of which 30 % are under 5 years old.
From 2 February to 2 March 2017 DTM was active in 18 governorates across 106 districts and 3,660 locations. A total of 9,500 key informants were interviewed. The total number of identified IDPs increased by 1% (32,802 individual).
The document contains 11 dashboards of 11 governorates.
DTM recorded 465,198 individuals comprising 77,533 families.
The Governorate Monitoring Sheets are a side-product of the ongoing work and internal procedures conducted by IOM DTM and can be used to examine the changes in population movement. The figures represented will not be officially endorsed by the Yemen HCT.
DTM recorded 224,298 IDPs comprising 37,383 families. Of these 189,336 individuals were living in camps and emergency settings. The most commonly cited district of origin was Mosul (190,074 individuals).
As of 01 February 2017, the TFPM has identified, 1,991 ,340 internally displaced persons (IDPs) (331,890 households) who have been displaced due to conflict since March 2015, dispersed across 21 governorates.
DTM recorded 37,383 families comprised of 224,298 individuals. Ninewa governorate hosted the largest number of IDPs (210,750 individuals) and Baghdad governorate hosted the second largest number of IDPs (10,440 individuals).