In Round 6, DTM Mobility Tracking located and identified 313,236 IDP individuals (62,322 households) currently present in 94 areas across the country.
This dashboard illustrates the key findings from Libya's Mobility Tracking Report 5 . DTM identified 348,372 IDPs of which 51% were female and 49% were male. DTM also recorded 310,265 returnees: 196,100 from 2015 and 114,095 from 2016.
DTM Libya's Mobility Tracking Report 5 has recorded a reduction in the number of IDPs present in Libya (Benghazi in particular). The number of returnees continues to increase, especially in Benghazi, Derna, Gwalesh and Kikla.
This map illustrates the main needs by area. During round 5, data was collected on the most important needs for IDPs in each type of settlement and location.
This map illustrates IDP shelter arrangements. 16% of IDP households stay in public or informal shelter arrangements. 84% of IDP households stay in private settings, either self-paid, paid by others, or hosted with relatives or non-relatives.
DTM assessed all accessible areas of Libya, covering 100 areas out of 104 (Harawa, Sirte, Al Jaghbub and Misratah were all reported as inaccessible). IDPs were identified across 95 areas, returnees were identified in 13 areas and migrants across 29 areas.
This assessment covered 99 areas and 470 locations. DTM identified 331,622 IDPs in 95/99 areas (within 440 locations). DTM interviewed over 800 key informants. In addition, 150,637 returnees have been identified in 19 areas. Displacement from Sirte has continued.
IDP assessments were completed in 91 out of 104 areas in Libya, identifying 88 IDP-hosting areas. 268,943 IDPs (53,740 IDP households) were identified in the 88 covered areas. 79% of identified IDPs were displaced during the last 18 months.