The DTM assessed 65 active sites hosting 20 or more households between 28 November and 10 December 2016 in 11 districts. 15,595 people were living in 65 sites. Since round 8 (25th July to 2 August 2016), 4 new sites had become active and 5 previously sites had closed.
Children comprise more than half of all the recorded internally displaced persons (IDPs). DTM assessed 31 communities and recorded a total of 5,388 conflict affected families (28,559 individuals).
From 25th July to 2 August 2016, the DTM team identified and planned to visit 80 potential displacement sites across the affected districts.
ETM Cycle 2 assessed 535 villages in 8 affected provinces in all four divisions. Of the assessed villages, 374 villages in 39 districts and eight provinces were found to be affected.
From 9 May to 20 May 2016, the DTM team identified and visited 89 potentialdisplacement sites across the affected districts. Of these, 78 were active andhosting 20 households or more in camp-like settings while remaining 11, including
ETM teams identified 309 evacuee sites. 167 sites were found to be occupied by 7,062 evacuees. Evacuees were concentrated in six provinces (Ba, Ra, Lomaiviti, Bua, Cakaudrove and Lau) with the highest concentrations in Ra, Lomaiviti and Cakaudrove.
From 22nd February to 6th March 2016, the DTM team identified and visited 107 potential displacement sites across the affected districts.
During the reporting period, DTM recorded a total of eight displacement sites (addition of two sites in Sagaing state since last round) and 1,374 IDP households.