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
In the first week of November 2015, two cyclones, Chapala and Megh, made landfall across the southern coastal region of Yemen. IOM conducted rapid assessments in the affected areas to monitor the situation.
During this round, The total number of identified IDPs has remained largely stable, with a reported increase of less than 1%, i.e.
Since the beginning of November two cyclones, Chapala and Megh, made landfall in the southern governorates of Yemen.
During this round, The number of identified IDPs has decreased by 1%, i.e.
A total of 102,991 IDPs were registered in Sudan between January and June 2015. The greatest number of IDPs registered by IOM this year has been in North Darfur. A total of 20,120 individuals were registered as returnees.
During this round, Displacement has increased by just over 24,000 individuals. IDPs have primarily displaced from the governorates of Anbar (22,368 individuals), Ninewa (20,412) and Kirkuk governorates (10,200). IDPs who accommodate in critical shelter arrangements have increased by 5,496 individ
During this round, Displacement has increased by just over 11,000 families. IDPs primarily displaced from the governorates of Anbar and Kirkuk. The majority of identified displaced families fled to areas in Baghdad and Kirkuk governorate. IDP populations accommodated in critical shelter arrangeme
As of 5 August 2015, the TFPM has identified 1,439,118 internally displaced persons (IDPs) (245,919 households) in Yemen. Hajjah governorate continues to host the highest number of IDPs (298,788 individuals), followed by Al Dhale'e (235,656 individuals) and Aden (195,325 individuals).
During this round, the identified IDP population showed an increase of 2% (58,692 individuals) between 2 and 30 July 2015.
As of 31 May 2015, the TFPM has identified 1,267,590 internally displaced persons (IDPs) (219,104 households) in Yemen. Hajjah governorate hosts the highes number hosting of IDPs, with 298,788 displaced persons, followed by Al Dhale’e with 227,414 IDPs.
The identified IDP population showed an increase of 1% (25,542 individuals) between 4 June and 2 July, 2015. Following the Ramadi crisis at the beginning of April 2015, more than a quarter of a million individuals were displaced from Anbar governorate.
A total of newly 8,630 displaced families (51,780 individuals) were identified during the reporting period of 21 May through 4 June.
As of 31 May 2015, the TFPM has identified 1,019,762 internally displaced persons (IDPs) (158,887 households) in Yemen.
Over the reported period, an increase among IDPs in camps and private settings has been observed, 1% and 4% respectively, while the number of IDPs in critical shelters4 has decreased by approximately 2%.
100% (20,236 families) of the newly displaced population identified from 25 April to 7 May, 2015, originate from Anbar Governorate, out of which 52% are displaced to Baghdad and 35% within Anbar, followed by Sulaymaniyah
Following the outbreak of the Ramadi crisis around 10 April, DTM tracked 133,104 individuals (22,184 families) displaced across fifteen governorates (DTM Anbar crisis update – 8 May).
This round identified a net decrease in the displaced population of 9,588 individuals’. The situation, however, remains highly fluid and variances in figures were observed throughout several governorates.
Consistent with previous reports, this round identified an additional displaced population of 49,176 individuals.
Consistent with previous reports, this issue further identified 97,758 individuals displaced during previous periods of the crisis.
Consistent with the previous report, this round identified further populations displaced during previous periods of the crisis that are predominantly hosted in rented accommodations and with host community households. From the beginning of January 2014 th
This report records a significant increase of 36,216 families (estimated 217,296 individuals) from the previous round. Of the newly identified populations, 58% (estimated 126,474 individuals) were displaced before 01 September. In addition to this, the remaining
During this round, there has been an overall increase in the displaced population of 13,064 families (estimated 78,384 individuals). This is an increase of 3.6% from the displaced population figure reported on 15 January, 2015.
Through this reporting period, the DTM has tracked and identified an overall increase of 8,904 displaced families (an estimated 53,424 individuals). This is an increase of 2.5% from the displaced population figure reported on 25 December.
From September to December 2014, a series of distinct, concurrent crises were recorded in several governorates causing a steady increase in the displaced population numbers.