Entre mars et mai 2021, les provinces de Bujumbura, Bujumbura Mairie, Rumonge et Makamba ont été fortement touchées par des inondations dues à la montée des eaux du Lac Tanganyika qui ont affecté environ 52,000 personnes dont 22 000 déplacées.
In July 2021, the International Organization for Migration (IOM)'s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), Camp Coordinaton and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster and Protection Cluster worked together to carry out household level intention surveys in Tigray region for the first time. In response to this
La DTM Burundi a le plaisir de vous partager (dans le lien ci-dessus) le rapport de l'enquête du profilage des ménages déplacés internes de Gatumba. 6 947 personnes (2 741 ménages) vivant dans les quatre sites ont été profilées dont 3 211 personnes (1 311 ménages) à Kinyinya II, 2 005 personnes (
En date du 19 April et 1 Mai 2020, la province de Bujumbura Rural, commune de Mutimbuzi, zone de Gatumba a été touchée par des fortes inondations qui ont affecté plus de 45,000 personnes inclues 17,792 déplacés.
The ongoing conflict in Jur River has caused wide-spread displacement since March 2019 within the county, into neighboring Wau Town and reaching as far as Tambura in neighboring Western Equatoria.
Following the recommendation from the Upper Nile Solutions Working Group, IOM and UNHCR conducted a joint survey in Malakal Protection of Civilian Site (PoC) to establish people’s intentions to return, the tentative time frame of return or relocation and preferred destinations, as well as present
88% of household indicated that they are separated from family members, with schooling being the most cited reason.88% reported nuclear family living outside the PoC, and of those residing in displacement
Findings of an intention-perception survey conducted in the Wau PoC AA site (Western Bahr El Ghazal) by IOM-DTM in coordination with CCCM between mid-December 2018 and beginning of January 2019.
Since conflict broke out in 2007 and 2011, most of those who were displaced to the southern parts of Abyei and Warrap and Northern Bahr el Ghazal still have not returned to Abyei due to fears of renewed violence.
The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) team conducted the intention survey between 9 and 16 November 2017 in six of the collective sites, with a sample size of 823 households comprising 5,127 individuals out of a total of 45,445 individuals (9,885 households) currently livi