This Round 10 of the COVID-19 Situation Analysis is based on the assessment of knowledge, practice and impact of the pandemic on internally displaced persons (IDPs) in conflict-affected communities of north-east Nigeria. Conducted by the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) unit of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the report covers the period between 14 February and 30 March 2022 and reflects trends from the states Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe,
Taraba and Yobe in north-east Nigeria.
The assessment was conducted in 2,365 locations – a decrease compared to the 2,371 sites assessed in the 9th round of assessment. These sites included 290 camps and camp-like settings and 2,075 locations where IDPs were residing with host communities. As expected, the most-affected state of Borno had the highest number of assessed locations with 688 sites (29%). These included both camps and camp-like settings as well as host communities. Taraba had the least number of locations assessed with 202 sites (9%). As in other similar assessments, staff from IOM, NEMA, SEMAs and the Nigerian Red Cross Society collated the data in the field, including baseline information at Local Government Area and ward-levels.