IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) interviewed 5,059 households (HHs) representing 37,792 household members (average of 7 individuals / HH) to assess the beneficiary satisfaction among service-receiving IDPs during food distribution following the measures instituted since the outbreak of th
This report provides an overview of DTM Somalia's Flow Monitoring between January and October 2019.
The International Organization for Migration’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (IOM DTM) and Humanity & Inclusion (HI) joined efforts to undertake an assessment of the level of access to services and the barriers faced by persons with disabilities within Wau Protection of Civilian Adjacent Area
From 04 to 31 October, a total of 34,368 movements were registered at the 4 Flow Monitoring Points of Mbundi, Rusumo, Mukambati and Ntibitobangwa. Rusumo was the location that recorded the largest flow of movements (47%).
Du 04 au 31 octobre, un total de 34.368 mouvements ont été enregistrés aux 4 points de traversée de Mbundi, Rusumo, Mukambati et Ntibitobangwa. Rusumo était le lieu qui a enregistré le plus grand flux de mouvements (47%).
In April 2018 IOM Ethiopia conducted a DTM partner feedback survey to enhance its program and service delivery.
While the risk of famine in Somalia has declined, humanitarian needs remain at critical levels. An estimated 5.4 million people are in need of assistance, 2.1 million are internally displaced, and 1.2 million children are projected to be malnourished.