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Displaced population tracked by DTM in South Sudan
Latest IDP estimates from IDMC
1,352,000
In South Sudan, IDMC GRID Dec 2019
Total population in South Sudan
As of 2018 World Bank
Region
East Africa and the Horn of Africa

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  • Administrative division with available number of displaced persons
  • Site assessed by DTM

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In December 2020, the monthly population count was conducted at Masna collective centre where 3,737 individuals/775 households were identified and Naivasha IDP Camp with 8,939 individuals/2,651 households.

In October 2020, the monthly population count was conducted at Masna collective centre where 4,012 individuals/849 households were identified and Naivasha IDP Camp with 9,110 individuals/2,694 households.

In November 2020, the monthly population count was conducted at Masna collective centre where 4,510 individuals/977 households were identified and Naivasha IDP Camp with 9,048 individuals/2,644 households.

In October 2020, the monthly population count was conducted at Masna collective centre where 4,012 individuals/849 households were identified and Naivasha IDP Camp with 9,110 individuals/2,694 households.

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix continues to conduct Displacement Site Flow Monitoring (DSFM) in Malakal Protection of Civilian (PoC) site. During this reporting period (July to September 2020), 4,053 interviews were conducted at the site’s gate representing 5,683 individual journeys.

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix conducted 5,563 interviews representing 18,044 individual movements in to and out of Bentiu Protection of Civilian (PoC) site from July to September 2020. Most of the same day movements were females (80%) moving out of the site to collect firewood.

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix conducted 3,615 interviews representing 11,232 individual movements into and out of Naivasha IDP camp site from July to September 2020.

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix conducted 1,889 interviews representing 5,252 individual movements into and out of Masna collective centre from July to September 2020.

Since mid-June 2020, people in South Sudan have been affected by flooding in areas along the White Nile. In late July, IDPs from Jonglei State started arriving to Juba.

This reports contains summary of findings from the consultation process with affected communities in South Sudan for the UN Secretary-General's High Level Panel on Internal Displacement (HLP on IDPs) conducted through a series of focus group discussions and key informant interviews between August

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix conducts a country-wide Mobility Tracking exercise in regular intervals to update a comprehensive IDP and returnee baseline.

The Bentiu Protection of Civilian (PoC) site was established in December 2013.

The Bentiu Protection of Civilian (PoC) site was established in December 2013.

In August 2020, the monthly population count was conducted at Masna collective centre where 4,925 individuals/806 households were identified and Wau PoC AA with 9,295 individuals/2,688 households.

In September 2020, the monthly population count was conducted at Masna collective centre where 5,11 individuals/825 households were identified and Naivasha IDP Camp (former Wau PoC AA) with 9,573 individuals/2,964 households.

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) conducted an Emergency Event Tracking assessment to capture information about flood affected population in Tonj North County of Warrap State on 16 September 2020.

On 16 September 2020, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) conducted Emergency Event Tracking to capture information about flood affected population in Twic East and Duk Counties of Jonglei State.

DTM conducts ad hoc Event Tracking assessments in order to map instances of new displacement or return in short dedicated reports.

Mobility tracking aims to quantify the presence and needs of internally displaced persons (IDPs), returnees and relocated individuals in displacement sites and host communities across South Sudan. The assessments are repeated at regular intervals to track mobility dynamics and needs over time.

Mobility tracking aims to quantify the presence and needs of internally displaced persons (IDPs), returnees and relocated individuals in displacement sites and host communities across South Sudan.

Mobility tracking aims to quantify the presence and needs of internally displaced persons (IDPs), returnees and relocated individuals in displacement sites and host communities across South Sudan.

Mobility tracking aims to quantify the presence and needs of internally displaced persons (IDPs), returnees and relocated individuals in displacement sites and host communities across South Sudan.

Mobility tracking aims to quantify the presence and needs of internally displaced persons (IDPs), returnees and relocated individuals in displacement sites and host communities across South Sudan.

Seasonal Flood Analysis for Tonj East County in Warrap State as of 29 October 2020.

Seasonal Flood Analysis for Twic East County in Jonglei State as of 29 October 2020.

Seasonal Flood Analysis for Terekeka County in Central Equatoria State as of 29 October 2020.

This document contains country-level overview of location types assessed during Mobility Tracking Round 9 conducted between July and September 2020.

This document contains payam/sub-area level overview of assessed locations with confirmed presence of IDPs and returnees (Mobility Tracking Round 9, September 2020). 

This document contains state-level maps with indicated location types (IDP, returnee) as per Mobility Tracking Round 9 assessment (September 2020).

This map displays assessed locations with confirmed presence of IDPs and Returnees (Mobility Tracking Round 9, September 2020).

This map displays the number of returnees by county as of September 2020, Round 9 of Mobility Tracking. 

This map displays the number of IDPs by county as of September 2020, Round 9 of Mobility Tracking. 

Seasonal Flood Analysis for Duk County in Jonglei State as of 29 September 2020. 

Seasonal Flood Analysis for Bor South County in Jonglei State and Awerial County in Lakes State as of 29 September 2020.

IOM DTM, UNHCR and REACH combined their flow monitoring data for South Sudan with geographically disaggregated data about COVID-19 cases in South Sudan and neighbouring countries compiled by UNICEF. This indicative map of population inflows aims to inform public health measures to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission and enable safe mobility. The map shows the total number of incoming individual movements recorded across all flow monitoring points.Data reflects the situation as of 31 July. 

IOM DTM, UNHCR and REACH combined their flow monitoring data for South Sudan with geographically disaggregated data about COVID-19 cases in South Sudan and neighbouring countries compiled by UNICEF. This indicative map of population inflows aims to inform public health measures to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission and enable safe mobility. The map shows the total number of incoming individual movements recorded across all flow monitoring points.Data reflects the situation as of 30 June. 

IOM DTM has ben collaborating with South Sudan's National Bureau of Statistics to develop updated enumeration areas for Juba Town and map shelter density using remote sensing data. The aim of this work is to inform the COVID-19 response and enable the roll-out of representative household surveys in collaboration with humanitarian and development partners.

Seasonal Floods Analysis for Twic East and Duk, Jonglei State, with imagery as of 11 September 2020.

Since the beginning of the exercise in the last quarter of 2019, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) conducted Village Assessment Survey (VAS) across 7 counties covering 182 out of 219 bomas (achieving 83 per cent coverage) in Wau, Rubkona, Bor South, Torit, Magwi, Aweil Centre and Malakal counties. Additional 9 focus group discussions were conducted, due to varying perspectives on boma boundaries. To supplement the findings from the boma questionnaire, key informant interviews were conducted at 560 educational facilities and 150 health facilities. In addition to this, Facility, Infrastructure and Service mapping component geo referenced 3,227 facilities including administrative buildings, education facilities, healthcare facilities, markets, religious buildings, transport points and water points.

Since the beginning of the exercise in the last quarter of 2019, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) conducted Village Assessment Survey (VAS) across 7 counties covering 182 out of 219 bomas (achieving 83 per cent coverage) in Wau, Rubkona, Bor South, Torit, Magwi, Aweil Centre and Malakal counties. Additional 9 focus group discussions were conducted, due to varying perspectives on boma boundaries. To supplement the findings from the boma questionnaire, key informant interviews were conducted at 560 educational facilities and 150 health facilities. In addition to this, Facility, Infrastructure and Service mapping component geo referenced 3,227 facilities including administrative buildings, education facilities, healthcare facilities, markets, religious buildings, transport points and water points.

Since the beginning of the exercise in the last quarter of 2019, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) conducted Village Assessment Survey (VAS) across 7 counties covering 182 out of 219 bomas (achieving 83 per cent coverage) in Wau, Rubkona, Bor South, Torit, Magwi, Aweil Centre and Malakal counties. Additional 9 focus group discussions were conducted, due to varying perspectives on boma boundaries. To supplement the findings from the boma questionnaire, key informant interviews were conducted at 560 educational facilities and 150 health facilities. In addition to this, Facility, Infrastructure and Service mapping component geo referenced 3,227 facilities including administrative buildings, education facilities, healthcare facilities, markets, religious buildings, transport points and water points.

Since the beginning of the exercise in the last quarter of 2019, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) conducted Village Assessment Survey (VAS) across 7 counties covering 182 out of 219 bomas (achieving 83 per cent coverage) in Wau, Rubkona, Bor South, Torit, Magwi, Aweil Centre and Malakal counties. Additional 9 focus group discussions were conducted, due to varying perspectives on boma boundaries. To supplement the findings from the boma questionnaire, key informant interviews were conducted at 560 educational facilities and 150 health facilities. In addition to this, Facility, Infrastructure and Service mapping component geo referenced 3,227 facilities including administrative buildings, education facilities, healthcare facilities, markets, religious buildings, transport points and water points.

Since the beginning of the exercise in the last quarter of 2019, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) conducted Village Assessment Survey (VAS) across 7 counties covering 182 out of 219 bomas (achieving 83 per cent coverage) in Wau, Rubkona, Bor South, Torit, Magwi, Aweil Centre and Malakal counties. Additional 9 focus group discussions were conducted, due to varying perspectives on boma boundaries. To supplement the findings from the boma questionnaire, key informant interviews were conducted at 560 educational facilities and 150 health facilities. In addition to this, Facility, Infrastructure and Service mapping component geo referenced 3,227 facilities including administrative buildings, education facilities, healthcare facilities, markets, religious buildings, transport points and water points.

Since the beginning of the exercise in the last quarter of 2019, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) conducted Village Assessment Survey (VAS) across 7 counties covering 182 out of 219 bomas (achieving 83 per cent coverage) in Wau, Rubkona, Bor South, Torit, Magwi, Aweil Centre and Malakal counties. Additional 9 focus group discussions were conducted, due to varying perspectives on boma boundaries. To supplement the findings from the boma questionnaire, key informant interviews were conducted at 560 educational facilities and 150 health facilities. In addition to this, Facility, Infrastructure and Service mapping component geo referenced 3,227 facilities including administrative buildings, education facilities, healthcare facilities, markets, religious buildings, transport points and water points.

Since the beginning of the exercise in the last quarter of 2019, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) conducted Village Assessment Survey (VAS) across 7 counties covering 182 out of 219 bomas (achieving 83 per cent coverage) in Wau, Rubkona, Bor South, Torit, Magwi, Aweil Centre and Malakal counties. Additional 9 focus group discussions were conducted, due to varying perspectives on boma boundaries. To supplement the findings from the boma questionnaire, key informant interviews were conducted at 560 educational facilities and 150 health facilities. In addition to this, Facility, Infrastructure and Service mapping component geo referenced 3,227 facilities including administrative buildings, education facilities, healthcare facilities, markets, religious buildings, transport points and water points.

Seasonal Floods Analysis in Unity State for 5, 11 and 12 August 2020

Seasonal Floods Analysis in Jonglei State for12, 14 and 19 August 2020

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