DTM recorded 141,221 IDPs. Of these 58% were displaced as a result of natural disasters and 42% were displaced as a result of the socio-political situation.
In Cashi, DTM recorded 1,063 IDPs (135 households) in October 2016. This number did not change in the follollowing month. The numbers did not change in the case of Gitaza either during the same months, where DTM recorded 1,269 IPDs (182 households).
En octobre 2016, DTM a identifié 102 258 PDI (21 606 ménages) dans neuf provinces. La plupart des PDI résident dans la province de Gitega (31 610 PDI soit 7 014 ménages).
130,956 persons are reported to be internally displaced. This represents a 28% increase from previous month (October 2016) and an overall peak in 2016. There were around 14,900 IDPs in January 2016. 11 out of 18 provinces were covered by the DTM.
DTM recorded 102,258 IDPs (21,606 households) in nine provinces. Most IDPs were found in Gitega (31,610 IDPs or 7,014 households). 32% of IDPs had been displaced since January–April 2015, 33% since after July 2015 and 31% since May–July 2015. Another 4% had been displaced since 2013–2015.
Patterns of internal displacement in Somalia are diverse: short and long-term, single or multiple events, protracted or newly emerging, in both rural and urban areas. This diversity needs to be reflected for appropriate solutions to be developed and pursued.
En septembre 2016, les données ont été collectées sur les personnes déplacées internes dans sept (7) provinces avec des informations fournies par 314 informateurs-clés dans les provinces ciblées.
57,926 IDPs (12,254 households) have been identified by the DTM in September 2016 in the 7 targeted provinces. The number of persons displaced by natural disasters has increased by 15% between August and September 2016.
En août 2016, DTM a identifié 59 758 PDI dans sept provinces. La plupart des PDI résident dans la province de Makamba (13 255 PDI soit 2 651 ménages).
DTM recorded 59,758 IDPs (12,472 households) in seven provinces. Most IDPs were found in Makamba (13,255 IDPs or 2,651 households). 58% of IDPs reported socio-political reasons for their displacement and 40% were displaced by natural disasters. 2% fled for 'other' reasons.