Middle East and North Africa

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Displaced population tracked by DTM
13,466,503
As of May 2019

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  • Current DTM operation
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  • Administrative division with available number of displaced persons
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Operations

DTM identified 26,710 IDP families comprised of 160,260 individuals. The majority of the identified individuals (127,452) originated from Mosul.

Currently 26,488 families remain displaced (158,928 individuals). 3,882 families (32,292 individual IDPs) have returned. Between the updates of 12 and 19 January, Mosul district recorded an increase of 28% in the number of IDPs.

Within the covered period, the total number of identified IDPs decreased by 2%, i.e. by 68,142 individuals. Despite the general decrease in the number of IDPs due to ongoing return movements, two governorates recorded a remarkable increase in identified IDPs (Ninewa +10% and Salah al-Din +3%).

DTM identified 24,682 IDP families comprised of 148,092 individuals. The majority of the identified individuals (115,626) originated from Mosul.

Currently 24,102 families remain displaced (144,612 individuals). 2,760 families (16,569 individual IDPs) have returned. Between the updates of 5 and 12 January, an increase of 9% has been recorded in the number of IDPs.

DTM identified 22,588 IDP families comprised of 135,528 individuals. The majority of the identified individuals (105,030) originated from Mosul.

Currently 22,039 families remain displaced (132,234 individuals). 2,626 families (15,756 individual IDPs) have returned. Between the updates of 29 December 2016 and 5 January, an increase of 2,657 new IDP families has been recorded.

The total number of returnees from January 2016 to December 2016 was 28,530 individuals. DTM recorded 1,407 returnees in the month of December.

This report presents a cumulative quantitative analysis of baseline data and migrant-focused DTM surveys carried out between the 12th of July and the 15th of December, 2016.

DTM identified 20,641 IDP families comprised of 123,846 individuals. The majority of the identified individuals (95,268) originated from Mosul.

The primary goal of the exercise was to register the returnee population and assess their needs. A total of 1,991 households composed of 11,130 individuals were reregistered in twelve different locations out of the 2,173 reported families.

Currently 19,382 families remain displaced (116,292 individuals). 2,326 families (13,956 individual IDPs) have returned. Between the updates of 22 and 29 December 2016, an increase of 1,278 new IDP families has been recorded.

DTM recorded 116,292 IDPs comprising 19,382 families. Of these, 89,430 reported that their district of origin was Mosul. The highest number of IDPs was recorded in Ninewa governorate, 114,774 individuals (99% of the total). 100,506 individuals were recorded living in camps and emergency sites.

DTM recorded 115,242 IDPs comprising 19,207 families. Of these, 88,332 reported that their district of origin was Mosul. The highest number of IDPs was recorded in Ninewa governorate, 113,898 individuals (99% of the total). 91,044 individuals were recorded living in camps and emergency sites.

DTM identified 19,007 IDP families comprised of 114,042 individuals. The majority of the identified individuals (87,372) originated from Mosul.

DTM recorded 108,624 IDPs comprising 18,104 families. Of these, 84,198 reported that their district of origin was Mosul. The highest number of IDPs was recorded in Ninewa governorate, 107,376 individuals (99% of the total). 93,102 individuals were recorded living in camps and emergency sites.

The cumulative total of IDPs recorded by DTM during this period was 120,120 individuals comprising 20,020 families. Of these, 108,624 individuals (comprising 18,104 families) are still displaced. 82,872 people are currently residing in emergency camps (76% of the total).

DTM recorded 106,692 IDPs comprising 17,782 families. Of these, 83,340 reported that their district of origin was Mosul. The highest number of IDPs was recorded in Ninewa governorate, 105,480 individuals (99% of the total). 90,744 individuals were recorded living in camps and emergency sites.

DTM Identified 302,982 individuals comprising 50,497 families. The highest number of displaced were recorded in the Mosul corridor (144,258 IDPs), in which the most originated from Al Shirqat (89,166). In the Mosul Operations, DTM recorded 104,424 IDPs of which most originated from Mosul itself.

DTM recorded 103,872 IDPs comprising 17,312 families. Of these, 82,614 reported that their district of origin was Mosul. The highest number of IDPs was recorded in Ninewa governorate, 102,660 individuals (99% of the total).

The cumulative total of IDPs recorded by DTM during this period was 106,410 individuals comprising 17,735 families. Of these, 96,864 individuals (comprising 16,144 families) are still displaced. 73,878 people are currently residing in emergency camps (76% of the total).

DTM Identified 282,582 individuals comprising 47,097 families. The highest number of displaced were recorded in the Mosul corridor (139,992 IDPs), in which the most originated from Al Shirqat (88,530). In the Mosul Operations, DTM recorded 91,404 IDPs of which most originated from Mosul itself.

The total number of current IDPs is 90,162. Of these, 76,308 individuals (85%) originate from Mosul. Most IDPs are in Ninewa governate: 89,010 individuals, which represents 99% of the total displaced population. 

From the start of January 2014 through 08 December 2016, the DTM identified 3,064,146 internally displaced individuals (510,691 families). This maps shows the sizes of IDP population residing in 3 main shelter categories (private, critical, camp plus unknown).

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