Baseline 1 assessment (B1) as a component of Mobility Tracking (MT) involves collecting basic data on population presence and accessibility of settlements.
In May 2020, CCCM Cluster partners carried out a Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) assessment aimed at gaining insights into communities' understanding of COVID-19, their ability to prevent and respond to the virus and pr
The report presents the findings of an assessment on COVID-19 risk perception and preferred communication channels conducted by Camp Coordination and Camp Management Cluster (CCCM) partners and IOM's Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in
This report of the round 7 Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) assessment by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) aims to improve the knowledge of the main characteristics and needs of three categories of migrants: IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons), returning IDPs and returnees fro
Following an increase in the number of new arrivals in Baidoa in January, a joint verification exercise was conducted during the first week of February by CCCM partners.
This dashboard provides a summary of CCCM activities, cluster partners presence, beneficiaries reached, and site assessments. 1.1 million people have been identified as newly displaced since January 2017. 1,751 sites werre assessed in 24 districs and 1,549,830 individuals were reached.
Over the past few years, Somaliland districts have become host to households and individuals that have been displaced as a result of conflict, insecurity or drought from all over Somaliland.
As of October 2017 DTM estimates 168,000 IDPs in Gedo district, living in 310 IDP sites, the majority of IDPs considered as integrated within the host community.
Mogadishu hosts the largest estimated protracted internally displaced population in Somalia, mainly living in informal IDP sites across the city. DTM’s October 2017 data collection focusing on the greater Mogadishu area identified a total of 545,000 individuals in over 840 IDP sites.
Drought and insecurity has caused many in Lower Shabelle region to flee their rural homes into more urban areas. Wanla Weyn town, as the center of Wanla Weyn district is host to over 20,000 displaced individuals, many living on the outer periphery of the town.