What is the DTM&Partners toolkit?
DTM data is shared with humanitarian actors to inform response. In partnership with many of the Global Clusters, Areas of Responsibility and Working Groups, DTM has developed tools to support and strengthen cooperation in the field and ensure that the data collected is useful to Partners’ humanitarian responses.
The DTM & Partners Toolkit contains these tools that facilitate implementation in the field: trainings, guidance and examples on IM for specific sectors, guidance and comics on DTM and Partners cooperation, FAQs, lists of DTM datasets used for decision-making, and the DTM and Partners Field Companion.
You can write to DTMSupport@iom.int to propose new tools that will help your work
What is DTM?
The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) monitors displacement and population mobility to provide critical information to decision-makers and responders during crises, and contribute to better understandings of population flows, needs and resources.
Methods and sources
One of the pillars of DTM and Partners cooperation is using the appropriate methods and sources for the needed information.
Different methods and sources of data collection provide different types of information.
Click here to find out what methods and sources to use for your information needs.
Who is a partner?
Any organization, agency, institution, cluster, and group that can use DTM data for humanitarian response
Highlights of the month
"4 new e-learning modules are now available to all at IOM E-Campus learning platform developed for external audience (enrolment key: DAP-IOM-2023). You will learn more on how to mainstream protection principles in data and analysis activities, on Data and Analysis for GBV, Child Protection, and for Disability Inclusion.”.
Comments by partners
“In the past, when collecting primary data in schools, some parents asked us to help. We were upset, as we did not know what we could do to help. After this training, we know what we can do” – about the Training on Safely responding to Incidents Disclosure when Collecting Data.