IOM DTM Baseline Assessment Report Round 13 - September 2021
Sep 23 2021
- Mobility Tracking
This thirteenth DTM Baseline Assessment Report aims to improve the understanding of internal displacement trends and displaced populations’ needs in Cabo Delgado, Inhambane, Niassa, Nampula, Zambezia and Sofala provinces. DTM Round 9 assessments were carried in 118 localities of the Cabo Delgado province, also covering Inhambane (6 localities), Nampula (77 localities), Niassa (12 localities), Zambezia (6 localities), and Sofala (2 localities).
As of September, an estimated 642,404 IDPs were identified in Cabo Delgado, while an additional 99,448 IDPs were identified in Nampula, 1,221 IDPs in Niassa, 1,602 IDPs in Zambezia, 164 IDPs in Sofala and 110 IDPs in Inhambane. This brings the total number of IDPs due to the situation of insecurity to 744,949 IDPs. This represents an increase of 12,722 displaced individuals compared to the previous round (April 2021). All displacements are a result of the insecurity situation in Cabo Delgado province.