This dashboard presents the preliminary findings of a survey conducted by IOM/DTM Iraq during the months of November and December 2015 in the framework of the DFID-funded project “Understanding complex migration flows from Iraq to Europe through movement tracking and awareness campaigns”.
On the 10th December the TFPM had identified approximately 2.5 million people to have fled their homes in the whole of Yemen and observed a decrease in the overall displaced population in the south with a shift in focus to the northern governorates since 15th October, 2015.
In the first week of November 2015, two cyclones, Chapala and Megh, made landfall across the southern coastal region of Yemen. IOM conducted rapid assessments in the affected areas to monitor the situation.
Since the beginning of November two cyclones, Chapala and Megh, made landfall in the southern governorates of Yemen.
A total of 102,991 IDPs were registered in Sudan between January and June 2015. The greatest number of IDPs registered by IOM this year has been in North Darfur. A total of 20,120 individuals were registered as returnees.
During this round, Displacement has increased by just over 24,000 individuals. IDPs have primarily displaced from the governorates of Anbar (22,368 individuals), Ninewa (20,412) and Kirkuk governorates (10,200). IDPs who accommodate in critical shelter arrangements have increased by 5,496 individ
During this round, Displacement has increased by just over 11,000 families. IDPs primarily displaced from the governorates of Anbar and Kirkuk. The majority of identified displaced families fled to areas in Baghdad and Kirkuk governorate. IDP populations accommodated in critical shelter arrangeme