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Operations

From the 16th to the 18th of April 2019 IOM, in close coordination with the Government of Zimbabwe conducted baseline assessments in Bikita, Gutu, Masvingo Rural and Zaka districts. 9,859 IDPs (2,059 households)* were reported across the 4 affected districts.

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix is monitoring in and out flows of current IDPs sites in conjunction with Government of Mozambique / INGC. This map shows the coverage of the DTM mission across the open displacement sites, and the number of displaced individuals.

From 15 — 18 April 2019 IOM, in close coordination with the Government of Mozambique agency Instituto Nacional de Gestão de Calamidades, conducted multi-sectoral location assessments in 36 displacement sites in Chib

From 2 — 12 April 2019 IOM, in close coordination with the Government of Mozambique agency Instituto Nacional de Gestão de Calamidades, conducted multi-sectoral location assessments in 67 displacement sites in Sofala, Manica, Tete and Zambezia provinces.

From 14 — 15 April, DTM teams in coordination with Mozambique’s National Institute of Disaster Man

From 2 — 12 April 2019 IOM, in close coordination with the Government of Mozambique agency Instituto Nacional de Gestão de Calamidades, conducted multi-sectoral location assessments in 67 displacement sites in Sofala, Manica, Tete and Zambezia provinces.

De 10 a 12 de Abril, as equipas do DTM, em coordenação com o Instituto Nacional de Gestão de Desastres de Moçambique (INGC), conduziram uma rápida avaliação multi-sectorial em 26 locais nos distritos de Manica, Sofala, Tete, Zambézia.

Tropical Cyclone Idai made landfall in Zimbabwe, on the 15 of March 2019.

 From 1 — 6 April 2019 IOM, in close coordination with the Government of Malawi through the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA), conducted DTM Round II multi-sectoral location assessments in  103 displacement sites in Chikwawa, Nsanje, Phalombe, Zomba districts. 

As of 9 April 2019, according to Mozambique’s National Institute of Disaster Management (INGC), 73,740 individuals (14,327 families) have been displaced and taken shelter in evacuation centres in the four provinces of Sofala (37), Zambezia (3), Tete (5) and Manica (43).

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix is monitoring in and out flows of current IDPs sites in conjunction with Government of Mozambique / INGC. The map and table shows the number of individuals displaced evolution, as well as the current status of these sites in Beira city.

As of 3 April 2019, according to Mozambique’s National Institute of Disaster Management (INGC), 131,136 individuals (32,290 families) have been displaced and taken shelter in evacuation centres in the four provinces

CCCM has been supporting the INGC in identifying suitable sites to potentially relocate IDPs who are currently living in secondary schools that have been slated to reopen as per instruction of the Minister of Education. Four sites have been identified and have been surveyed.

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix is monitoring in and out flows of current IDPs sites. The map shows individual IDPs that are being moved out of the schools to the new temporary relocation sites in Beira city.

From the 26th to the 31st of March, IOM in close coordination with the Government of Malawi through the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA), conducted multi sectoral location assessments in 64 displacement sites located in Chikwawa, Nsanje,

Since the beginning of March 2019, Malawi has experienced flooding and sustained heavy rain caused by the Tropical Cyclone Idai weather system. According to the Government of Malawi and humanitarian partners, there are 86,980 IDPs in 173 displacement sites in the affected districts.

This map was produced to assist in the Tropical Cyclone Idai response. It highlights the locations of health facilities across a range of districts in Sofala province, Mozambique.

From 26 — 27 March, DTM teams in coordination with the Mozambique’s National Institute of Disaster Management, conducted a rapid assessment in 32 displacement sites in Beira City. An estimated 22,346 individuals were identified in these sites.

As of 29 March 2019, according to Mozambique’s National Institute of Disaster Management (INGC), 140,784 individuals (29,098 families) have been displaced and taken shelter in evacuation centres in the four provinces of Sofala (116), Zambezia (13), Tete (5) and Manica (27).

From 26 — 27 March, DTM teams in coordination with the Mozambique’s National Institute of Disaster Management, conducted a rapid assessment in 32 displacement sites in Beira City.

Site profiles conducted by DTM teams in Chikwawa, Nsanje, Phalombe, and Zomba districts from 26 — 31 March 2019 in 64 displacement sites.

O ciclone tropical Idai atingiu a zona central de Moçambique a noite do 14 de março de 2019.

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