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Following clashes between armed groups in Tripoli between 27 August and 04 September, at least 2,840 families (approximately 14,200 individuals) have been displaced to Zliten, Bani Waleed, Misrata, Azzawya, Qasr Akhyar, Zintan, Msallata, Tarhouna, Garabolli, Swani Bin Adam, Tajoura and safer ar

During this round of data collection, DTM has identified 1,953,984 internally displaced persons (325,664 families), dispersed across 18 governorates and 3,335 locations in Iraq.

The following map provides an overview of the locations and numbers of returnees and IDPs in Iraq as of July 2018.

 

Triggered by clashes between armed groups in Tripoli since 27 August at least 2,045 families (approximately 10,225 individuals) have been displaced to Zliten, Bani Waleed, Misrata, Qasr Akhyar, Tarhouna and safer areas in Tripoli, including 211 families displaced in the last two days.

From 1 June to 28 August, IOM Yemen DTM estimates that over 420,000 individuals have experienced rapid onset displacement.

The DTM Monthly Regional Update contains consolidated summary updates and highlights from DTM field operations.

The DTM Monthly Regional Update contains consolidated summary updates and highlights from DTM field operations.

Due to clashes between armed groups in southern Tripoli since 27 August at least 1,834 households (approximately  9,221 individuals) have been displaced to Bani Waleed, Tarhouna and other areas in Tripoli, including 663 families displaced in the last 24 hours

Following the start of clashes between armed groups in southern Tripoli on 27 August, at least 1,171 households  (approximately 5,866 individuals) have been displaced to other areas in and around Tripoli.

A total of 194,891 beneficiaries registered/ verified/ tracked since the beginning of 2018, in which 134,330 (21,624 IDPs and 113,454 returnees) were properly registered, while the remining 60,561 individuals were tracked in different locations.

In coordination with other humanitarian actors DTM Libya conducted a rapid assessment on 16 August 2018.

:التحديثات الاخيرة

.في الفترة من 29 يوليو  إلى 7 اغسطس حددت المنظمة الدولية للهجرة زيادة 1,393 أسرة نازحة

IOM Yemen’s weekly Situation Report for the week of 22—28 July 2018 highlights that 22.2 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance, while 2 million people are internally displaced. Emergency track

The DTM Monthly Regional Update contains consolidated summary updates and highlights from field DTM implementation.

IOM uses the Emergency Tracking Tool to compile daily information from various partners including: local and international NGOs, and local and national authorities.

:التحديثات الاخيرة
في الفترة من 23 إلى 29 يوليو حددت المنظمة الدولية للهجرة زيادة 5,151 أسرة
.نازحة
.علما بأن اكبر الزيادات كانت وجدت داخل محافظات أمانة العاصمة ، الحديده، حجة

To prioritize interventions, the Return Index measures the quality of returns by evaluating conditions in areas of high return over time as well as the locations that have limited returns.

The Event Tracker is part of IOM Libya’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) programme. DTM is a suite of tools that provide a comprehensive articulation of Libya’s human mobility patterns.

The publication presents DTM's Round 20 complete information packages on Libya's IDP and Returnee Populations.

.يمثل مراقب الأحداث جزءا من مشروع مصفوفة تتبع النزوح مجموعة من الأدوات التي توفرلنا نقلا شاملا لأنماط التنقل البشرية بليبيا 

This publication presents DTM’s Round 20 key findings on Libya’s IDP & Returnee populations. DTM’s Round 20 covers the period of May and June 2018.

A total of 180,175 beneficiaries regi

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