During the reporting period, DTM recorded a total of six displacement sites and 1,482 IDPs (302 households). Mostly because of a drop in temperatures and the relatively elevated location of the sites, there has been a 35% decrease in IDPs (2,501 individuals or 545 families) since the last round.
This document contains 12 district profiles and one national overview from Round 5 DTM assessments.
From mid-September through to 20 November 2015, the DTM team identified and visited 140 potential displacement sites across the affected districts.
During the reporting period DTM recorded a total of six displacement sites and 3,983 IDPs (947 households). The site with the highest number of IDPs is ‘Carson Church Camp’ with 1,781 individuals.
147 potential displacement sites across the affected districts were identified in Round 4 assessments. Of these, 120 were active and hosting 20 households or more in camp-like settings. These 120 sites were hosting an estimated 11,703 households (58,689 people).
Heavy seasonal rains caused flooding in Rakhine State and other parts of the country at the end of June 2015. In addition, early on 30 July 2015, a cyclonic storm named as Komen impacted much of Myanmar with torrential rains, causing widespread flooding.
286 potential displacement sites across the affected districts were identified in Round 3 assessments. Of these, 107 were closed, 75 were hosting fewer than 20 households or dispersed next to their homes and were therefore not included in the assessments.
Round 2 assessments identified 409 displacement sites in fifteen earthquake-affected districts, hosting an estimated 117,700 people from 21,711 households. 77 priority sites of more than 50 households are hosting 49,118 people.
Round 1 assessments identified 5,783 IDPs in 53 sites in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur districts. Sites are 98% spontaneous settlements and 2% collective centres.