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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The flow monitoring figures provide an indication of the cumulative number of IDPs displaced from west Mosul. They do not reflect the current number of IDPs from west Mosul who are still displaced, as some might have returned.
DTM identified 139,768 IDP families (838,608 individuals) who are currently displaced and 41,826 returnee families (250,956 individuals). 48% of the displaced population is living in unknown shelter arrangements and 33% are living in emergency sites or camps.
As of 31 July 2017, the DTM has identified 3,295,602 internally displaced persons (549,267 families) displaced after January 2014, dispersed across 104 districts and 3,745 locations in Iraq. For the same period, DTM has identified 2,071,980 returnees (345,330 families).
Ninewa governorate hosts the largest IDP population (31% or 1,025,736 individuals) and reports a very high rate of intra-governorate displacement, with 99% of IDPs originally from the same governorate.
From the start of January 2014 through 30 July 2017, the DTM identified 3,295,602 internally displaced individuals (549,267 families). This maps shows the sizes of IDP population residing in three main shelter categories (private, critical, camp plus unknown).
DTM identified 139,777 IDP families comprised of 838,662 individuals. The majority of the identified individuals (748,932) originated from Mosul. As of 14 August, Hasansham U3 camp recorded an overall increase of approximately 133 IDP families.
As of 14 August 2017 DTM identified 180,598 IDP families (comprised of 1,083,588 individuals).
An air strike was reported in Suk al Ahad on 3 August leading to the death of 2 people and the injury of 8. As of the 23 July IDPs from Sabri were allowed to return to the area to examine their properties.
The flow monitoring figures provide an indication of the cumulative number of IDPs displaced from west Mosul.
DTM identified 139,915 IDP families (839,490 individuals) who are currently displaced and 40,774 returnee families (244,644 individuals). 48% of the displaced population is living in unknown shelter arrangements and 32% are living in emergency sites or camps.
DTM registered 1,547 households consisting of 3,983 individuals in 43 locations within the two localities. Most of the South Sudanese are living in El Nuhud locality (1,486 households consisting of 3,835 individuals), of which about 62% are male.
The analysis in this report is based on data collection exercises conducted by IOM Iraq Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) through its Emergency Tracking methodology (ET), from October 2016 to the end of June 2017.
DTM identified 139,913 IDP families comprised of 839,478 individuals. The majority of the identified individuals (750,360) originated from Mosul.
As of 7 August 2017 DTM identified 180,397 IDP families (comprised of 1,082,382 individuals).
The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) is IOM’s primary suite of tools used to track and monitor displacement and population mobility in over 60 countries around the world including Sudan.
DTM identified 139,825 IDP families comprised of 838,950 individuals. The majority of the identified individuals (750,288) originated from Mosul. 401,940 people were living in unknown shelter arrangements and 359,274 people were living in camps or emergency settings.
From May to June 2017 DTM Libya interviewed 1,198 key informants across 100 Baladiyas and 657 Muhallas. A total of 226,164 IDPs were identified.
From May to June 2017 DTM Libya interviewed 1,198 key informants across 100 Baladiyas and 657 Muhallas. A total of 226,164 IDPs were identified. The threat of violence from conflict and the presence of armed groups was the main driver of displacement for 93% of the displaced population.
DTM identified 139,650 IDP families (837,900 individuals) who are currently displaced and 39,924 returnee families (239,544 individuals). 48% of the displaced population is living in unknown shelter arrangements and 32% are living in emergency sites or camps.
In order to further support the activities of humanitarian actors and contribute to understanding the highly fluid disoplacement dynamics taking place in Ninewa governorate, DTM is now releasing weekly figures of IDPs who tranist through Hammam al-Aiel screening site.
As of 31 July 2017 DTM identified 180,067 IDP families (comprised of 1,080,402 individuals).
In July and August 2017 DTM Libya interviewed 1,301 key informants across 100 Baladiyas and 657 Muhallas. A total of 217,022 IDPs were identified.
During the reporting period 838,044 IDPs were identified. Of these 401,940 were residing in unknown shelter arrangements and 358,596 were residing in camps and emergency sites.
1,270 South Sudanese were reported to be living in 7 areas of El Khuwei locality namely: El Khuwei town (570 individuals), Um Lobana (340 individuals), Nasharbo (165individuals), Morkab (70 individuals), Um Awesha (35 individuals), Al Dodia (70 individuals) and Megasem Al Tahir (20 individuals).