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DTM identified 34,420 IDP families comprised of 206,520 individuals. The majority of the identified individuals (172,260) originated from Mosul.

DTM recorded 206,520 IDPs comprising 34,420 families. The highest number of IDPs was recorded in Ninewa governorate (201,594 individuals) which hosts 94% of the IDP population. 171,912 individuals were recorded living in camps and emergency sites.

The document contains 21 dashboards of 21 governorates (report 13). The dashboards contain information on total governorate population, IDP and returnee numbers, demographic data, duration of displacement and needs. 

From December 2016 to January 2017 the TFPM observed an overall decrease in the conflict-related displacement of 15,876 individuals (-0.79%). On the other hand, there has been an overall increase in the conflict-affected return population of 21,222 individuals (+2%).

DTM recorded 191,826 IDPs comprising 31,971 families. The highest number of IDPs was recorded in Ninewa governorate (179,520 individuals) followed by Baghdad governorate (9,294individuals). 158,238 individuals were recorded living in camps and emergency sites.

During this reporting period IOM Libya conducted 8,306 interviews using simple random sampling across 10 different regions, some consisting of several Flow Monitoring Points.

 On 23 February heavy clashes broke out in Abu Slim in Tripoli. The clashes led to the displacement of 35 families.  2,755 individuals are reported to have returned to Sirte during the course of the last week.

From August to September 2016, the Taskforce on Population Movement (TFPM) implemented a multi-cluster location assessment to gather more in-depth data on the IDP, returnee and host populations, in 3,292 locations hosting IDPs and/or returnees, covering all 22 governorates in Yemen.

DTM recorded 163,896 IDPs comprising 27,316 families across 7 governorates. The governorate of Ninewa hosted the most IDPs, 152,610 (93%). Mosul was the most commonly cited district of origin with 129, 456 people recorded as originating from there.

The cumulative total of individuals displaced within this period was 161,955 (26,955 families). The district hosting the largest number of IDPs within this period was Al-Hamdaniya with 70,728 recorded IDPs.

DTM recorded 159,936 IDPs comprising 26,656 families across 7 governorates. The governorate of Ninewa hosted the most IDPs, 149,448 (93%). Mosul was the most commonly cited district of origin with 126,084 people recorded as originating from there.

DTM recorded 160,302 IDPs comprising 26,717 families across 7 governorates. The governorate of Ninewa hosted the most IDPs, 149,814. Mosul was the most commonly cited district of origin with 126,642 people recorded as originating from there.

The cumulative total of individuals displaced within this period was 217,764 (36,294 families). The district hosting the largest number of IDPs within this period was Al-Hamdaniya with 69,714 recorded IDPs.

From the start of January 2014 through 2 February 2017, the DTM identified 3,030,006 internally displaced individuals (505,001 families). This map shows locations where IDPs were residing, as well as overall concentrations across the country.

As of 2 February, the DTM has identified 3,030,006 IDPs since January 2014, dispersed across 106 districts and 3,661 locations in Iraq. During this same period DTM has also identified 1,495,962 returnees.

From the start of January 2014 through 2 February 2017, the DTM identified 3,030,006 internally displaced individuals (505,001 families). This map shows the size of IDP population residing in 3 main shelter categories (private, critical, camp plus unknown).

DTM recorded 153,894 IDPs comprising 25,649 families. The governorate of Ninewa hosted the most IDPs, 145,008 (94%). Mosul was the most commonly cited district of origin with 120,900 people recorded as originating from there.

The DTM recorded 390,618 IDPs comprising 65,103 families. The majority of the displaced population, 153,006 are within the Mosul area.

DTM recorded 152,448 IDPs comprising 25,408 families. The governorate of Ninewa hosted the most IDPs, 144,690 (95%). Mosul was the most commonly cited district of origin with 119,868 people recorded as originating from there.

The cumulative total of individuals displaced within this period was 199,200 comprised of  33,200 families. The district hosting the largest number of IDPs within this period was Al-Hamdaniya with 70,452 recorded IDPs.

DTM recorded 152, 922 IDPs comprising 25,487 families during this period. The majority of IDPs (119,280) reported that Mosul was their district of origin.

The DTM recorded 391,860 IDPs comprising 65,310 families. The majority of the displaced population, 154,932, originated from the districts of Salah-al-Din and Ninewa.

Within the period DTM recorded 153,714 IDPs comprising 25,619 families. Most IDPs, 119,370, originated from Mosul. The governorate of Ninewa hosted the most IDPs (146,556) within the period. Most IDPs, 127,224 were resident in camps or emergency sites.

 

The 12th TFPM identifies, in connection with the ongoing conflict, 2,007,216 internally displaced persons (IDPs) across 21 governorates; the majority, 50%, are displaced in Hajjah, Taizz, Amanat Al Asimah and Sana’a.

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