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DTM Cameroon, DTMCameroon@iom.int
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Cameroon
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
Period Covered
Aug 18 2023 -
Aug 29 2023

The round 4 data collection was conducted between August 18 and August 29, 2023, among 5,801 households in the six departments (Diamaré, Logone-Et-Chari, Mayo-Danay, Mayo-Kani, Mayo Sava, and Mayo-Tsanaga) of the Extreme North region. This was done using a questionnaire developed by IOM, OCHA, and various sectors. An overview of the needs was obtained following joint data analysis with the lead representatives from each sector.

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IDPs

Other

Returnee (Previously Displaced Abroad)

Returnee (Previously Internally Displaced)

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Site or Location

Type of Survey or Assessment

Household

Keywords

AAP

Education

Food security & livelihoods

Health

Mobility

Nutrition

Protection

Shelter

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WASH

Geographical Scope Partial Coverage

Administrative boundaries with available data

The current dataset covers the following administrative boundaries

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DTM Ukraine, dtmukraine@iom.int
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English
Location
Ukraine
Snapshot Date
Mar 19 2024
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  • Other

Effective recovery and development initiatives rely heavily upon data collected at the local level. The use of data in recovery and development planning and implementation ensures that these processes are accountable, evidence-based and reflect the needs of the community.

This workshop sought to explore the current and possible role of data in locally led recovery initiatives in Ukraine. To do so, the workshop brought together representatives of the Ministry of Restoration, representatives of oblast and hromada authorities, donors, as well as international and Ukrainian humanitarian and development organisations. Through a series of structured panel discussions, the workshop participants examined the needs and challenges faced in generating and using data at the local level to meet requirements in accordance with the national strategy for recovery planning and garner the needed international assistance.

This report summarises the rationale and outlines the main points of discussion, which were focused on the expected outcomes of the workshop. Finally, based upon these discussions, the report provides some conclusions and recommendations proposed by the participants.

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Cameroon
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Baseline Assessment
Period Covered
Aug 18 2023 -
Aug 29 2023

Data collection for round 27 was conducted from 18 to 29 August 2023 through 3,715 key informants, accross 1,283 localities. During this round, 700,766 internally displaced individuals were identified, including 453,661 IDPs, 198,940 Returnees, and 48,165 Out-of-camp refugees

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Returnee (Previously Displaced Abroad)

Returnee (Previously Internally Displaced)

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DTMUkraine@iom.int
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Ukraine
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  • Mobility Tracking
  • Baseline Assessment
Period Covered
Mar 01 2024 -
Mar 31 2024

The data collected for the Area Baseline Assessment Round 34 reflects the up-to-date local administrative register of the IDP population as of 31 March 2024, equivalent to a total of 3,387,291 registered IDPs. Registered IDP figures were collected for 1,098 hromadas (83% of all hromadas covered in Ukrainian government-controlled areas), across 108 raions and 23 oblasts.

A more detailed version of this dataset at the Hromada level is available. To get access, kindly click on the 'Request Access' button.
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IDPs

Survey Methodology

Unit of Analysis Or Observation

Admin Area 2

Type of Survey or Assessment

Key Informant

Keywords

Mobility

Geographical Scope Partial Coverage

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The current dataset covers the following administrative boundaries

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DTMPakistan@iom.int
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Location
Pakistan
Period Covered
Jan 01 2023
Dec 31 2023
Activity
  • Flow Monitoring

This report presents a comprehensive analysis of the movement trends involving Afghan returnees from Pakistan. The assessment was conducted from January to December 2023 and employs the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) methodology across several Border Crossing Points (BCPs) to analyse movement trends of Afghan returnees from Pakistan. IOM collected data from 23,860 household heads, representing 558,212 Afghan nationals.

The report highlights the significant increase in the number of returnees following the enactment of Pakistan's "Illegal Foreigners’ Repatriation Plan (IFRP)," which led to a marked spike in movements during the fourth quarter of 2023. It also details the demographics and vulnerabilities of the returnees, showing that a substantial number are undocumented or hold invalid documentation.

Additionally, the report examines the socio-economic impacts on the returnees, such as changes in their source of income and types of residence before and after their return. It further notes the challenges returnees anticipate in Afghanistan, including finding employment, securing shelter, and reintegrating into society.

 

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Yemen
Activity
  • Flow Monitoring
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Baseline Assessment
Period Covered
Mar 01 2024 -
Mar 31 2024

In March 2024, IOM Yemen DTM recorded 1,930 migrants entering Yemen, an increase of 11 per cent compared to last month (1,744). Shabwah typically serves as an entry point for migrants departing from Somalia and rarely sees migrants departing from Djibouti due to the considerable distance between Djibouti and Shabwah. Thus, Shabwah was the arrival destination for 93 per cent of migrants departed from Bari, Somalia (1,800). The overall number of migrants entering through Shabwah has increased by three per cent in March (1,800) compared to February 2024 (1,744). Moreover, the team in Abyan governorate recorded new migrants landing in Ahwar district - Hesn Balead FMP. The number of migrants arriving through Abyan coast reached to 130 (all departed from Somalia).
According to DTM, conflict-induced movements constituted 57 per cent of all incoming movements in March 2024. These movements were exclusively observed in Shabwah, originating from Bari, Somalia (21% children, 23% women, and 56% men).

DTM observed an increase in Yemeni returnees by 36 per cent in March (4,226) compared to February (3,116). Furthermore, in March 2024, a total of 411 migrants ( 385 Ethiopian, 25 Yemeni, and one Somali) were deported from Oman back to Hawf district of Al Maharah governorate, Yemen.
The deteriorating humanitarian crisis in Yemen has forced many migrants to make the difficult decision to return to their home countries in the Horn of Africa. Others are reported to have been deported by authorities. DTM recorded that in March 2024, a total of 1,174 migrants either opted to take the risky journey back or were deported by boat from Yemen. This group consisted of 91 per cent men, seven per cent women, and two per cent children. 
Additionally, the Djibouti DTM team documented that during the same period, a total of 1,177 migrants (92 per cent men, four per cent women, and four per cent children) embarked on a dangerous journey back home by boat from Yemen. These numbers highlight the significant challenges faced by migrants in Yemen and the desperate situations that have driven them to undertake perilous voyages across the sea.

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DTM Yemen, DTMYemen@iom.int
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Yemen
Period Covered
Mar 01 2024
Mar 31 2024
Activity
  • Flow Monitoring
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Baseline Assessment

يقوم سجل مراقبة التدفق التابع لمصفوفة تتبع النزوح (FMR) التابع للمنظمة الدولية للهجرة في اليمن بمراقبة وصول المهاجرين على الحدود الساحلية الجنوبية ومواقع العودة اليمنية على الحدود الشمالية لليمن مع المملكة العربية السعودية. يقوم القائمون على التعداد الموجودون في نقاط مراقبة التدفق بتسجيل المهاجرين الوافدين والمواطنين اليمنيين العائدين لتحديد أنماط الهجرة المختلفة، ولتقديم تقديرات كمية للمساعدة في تحديد عدد المهاجرين غير الشرعيين الذين يدخلون البلاد.
لا تمثل الهجرة القسرية جميع التدفقات في اليمن وينبغي فهمها على أنها مؤشر فقط لاتجاهات الهجرة للعدد الإجمالي غير المعروف للمهاجرين الذين يصلون إلى اليمن عند نقاط الهجرة خلال الإطار الزمني المحدد. تحد قيود الوصول من القدرة على جمع البيانات في بعض نقاط وصول المهاجرين.
وفي محاولة للحد من تدفق المهاجرين الداخلين إلى اليمن، والذي يعبر البلاد بشكل أساسي متجهاً نحو المملكة العربية السعودية ودول الخليج الأخرى، بدأت حملة عسكرية مشتركة في أغسطس 2023. ركزت هذه الحملة على ساحل محافظة لحج، نقطة دخول مهمة لعدد كبير من المهاجرين (بحد أقصى 15,714 مهاجرًا في مارس 2023). احتجز الجيش المهربين وطارد قواربهم، مما أدى إلى انخفاض مطرد في تدفق المهاجرين عبر هذا الساحل حتى توقف تماما خلال الأشهر الخمسة الماضية، مع استثناء واحد في منتصف ديسمبر/كانون الأول 2023 عندما تمكن قارب يحمل 110 مهاجرين من الوصول إلى الساحل. أرض.
في مارس 2024، سجلت مصفوفة تتبع النزوح التابعة للمنظمة الدولية للهجرة في اليمن دخول 1,930 مهاجرًا إلى اليمن، بزيادة قدرها 11 بالمائة مقارنة بالشهر الماضي (1,744). تعتبر شبوة عادة نقطة دخول للمهاجرين من الصومال ونادرا ما تشهد مغادرة المهاجرين من جيبوتي بسبب المسافة الكبيرة بين جيبوتي وشبوة. وهكذا، كانت شبوة وجهة وصول 93 في المائة من المهاجرين المغادرين من باري، الصومال (1,800). ارتفع العدد الإجمالي للمهاجرين الذين يدخلون عبر شبوة بنسبة ثلاثة في المائة في مارس (1,800) مقارنة بشهر فبراير 2024 (1,744). علاوة على ذلك، سجل الفريق في محافظة أبين هبوط مهاجرين جدد في مديرية أحور - مركز حصن بلعيد. ووصل عدد المهاجرين الذين وصلوا عبر ساحل أبين إلى 130 مهاجراً (جميعهم غادروا الصومال).
وفقًا لمصفوفة تتبع النزوح، شكلت الحركات الناجمة عن النزاع 57% من جميع الحركات الواردة في مارس 2024. وقد لوحظت هذه الحركات حصريًا في شبوة، مصدرها باري بالصومال (21% أطفال، 23% نساء، 56% رجال).

ولاحظت مصفوفة تتبع النزوح زيادة في عدد العائدين اليمنيين بنسبة 36 بالمائة في مارس (4,226) مقارنة بشهر فبراير (3,116). علاوة على ذلك، في مارس 2024، تم ترحيل ما مجموعه 411 مهاجرًا (385 إثيوبيًا و25 يمنيًا وصوماليًا واحدًا) من عمان إلى مديريتي شحن وحوف في محافظة المهرة باليمن.
أجبرت الأزمة الإنسانية المتدهورة في اليمن العديد من المهاجرين على اتخاذ القرار الصعب بالعودة إلى بلدانهم الأصلية في القرن الأفريقي. وبحسب ما ورد قامت السلطات بترحيل آخرين. سجلت مصفوفة تتبع النزوح أنه في مارس 2024، اختار ما مجموعه 1,174 مهاجرًا إما القيام برحلة العودة المحفوفة بالمخاطر أو تم ترحيلهم بالقوارب من اليمن. وتتكون هذه المجموعة من 91 في المائة رجال، و7 في المائة نساء، و2 في المائة أطفال.
بالإضافة إلى ذلك، وثّق فريق مصفوفة تتبع النزوح في جيبوتي أنه خلال الفترة نفسها، انطلق ما مجموعه 1,177 مهاجرًا (92% رجال، و4% نساء، و4% أطفال) في رحلة خطيرة للعودة إلى وطنهم بالقوارب من اليمن. تسلط هذه الأرقام الضوء على التحديات الكبيرة التي يواجهها المهاجرون في اليمن والأوضاع اليائسة التي دفعتهم إلى القيام برحلات محفوفة بالمخاطر عبر البحر.

 

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DTM Yemen, DTMYemen@iom.int
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English
Location
Yemen
Period Covered
Mar 01 2024
Mar 31 2024
Activity
  • Flow Monitoring
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Baseline Assessment

IOM Yemen DTM’s Flow Monitoring Registry (FMR) monitors migrant arrivals on the southern coastal border and Yemeni return locations on Yemen's northern border with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).  Enumerators placed at Flow Monitoring Points (FMPs) record migrant arrivals and returning Yemeni nationals to identify different patterns of migration, and to provide quantitative estimates to help define the population of irregular migrants entering the country.
FMR is not representative of all flows in Yemen and should be understood as only indicative of migration trends of the unknown total number of migrants arriving in Yemen at FMPs during the time frame indicated. Access constraints limit the ability to collect data at some migrant arrival points.
In an effort to reduce the flow of migrants entering Yemen, which primarily crosses through the country heading towards the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries, a joint military campaign was initiated in August 2023. This campaign focused on the coast of Lahj governorate, a significant entry point for a large number of migrants (max. 15,714 migrants in March 2023). The military detained smugglers and pursued their boats, leading to a steady decrease in the flow of migrants through this coast until it ceased entirely during the last five months, with a single exception in the middle of December 2023 when a boat carrying 110 migrants managed to land.
In March 2024, IOM Yemen DTM recorded 1,930 migrants entering Yemen, an increase of 11 per cent compared to last month (1,744). Shabwah typically serves as an entry point for migrants departing from Somalia and rarely sees migrants departing from Djibouti due to the considerable distance between Djibouti and Shabwah. Thus, Shabwah was the arrival destination for 93 per cent of migrants departed from Bari, Somalia (1,800). The overall number of migrants entering through Shabwah has increased by three per cent in March (1,800) compared to February 2024 (1,744). Moreover, the team in Abyan governorate recorded new migrants landing in Ahwar district - Hesn Balead FMP. The number of migrants arriving through Abyan coast reached to 130 (all departed from Somalia).
According to DTM, conflict-induced movements constituted 57 per cent of all incoming movements in March 2024. These movements were exclusively observed in Shabwah, originating from Bari, Somalia (21% children, 23% women, and 56% men).

 

DTM observed an increase in Yemeni returnees by 36 per cent in March (4,226) compared to February (3,116). Furthermore, in March 2024, a total of 411 migrants ( 385 Ethiopian, 25 Yemeni, and one Somali) were deported from Oman back to Hawf district of Al Maharah governorate, Yemen.
The deteriorating humanitarian crisis in Yemen has forced many migrants to make the difficult decision to return to their home countries in the Horn of Africa. Others are reported to have been deported by authorities. DTM recorded that in March 2024, a total of 1,174 migrants either opted to take the risky journey back or were deported by boat from Yemen. This group consisted of 91 per cent men, seven per cent women, and two per cent children. 
Additionally, the Djibouti DTM team documented that during the same period, a total of 1,177 migrants (92 per cent men, four per cent women, and four per cent children) embarked on a dangerous journey back home by boat from Yemen. These numbers highlight the significant challenges faced by migrants in Yemen and the desperate situations that have driven them to undertake perilous voyages across the sea

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IraqDTM@iom.int
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English
Location
Iraq
Period Covered
Apr 01 2023
Aug 02 2023
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Event Tracking

Due to an observed , increase in inflows to Sinjar and Al- districts trigged by social tension between Yazidis and other residents, the International Organization for (IOM) Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in Iraq launched an emergency tracking tool in April 2023 to understand the number of people in movement and their main characteristics.

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Iraq
Period Covered
Jan 01 2024
Jan 15 2024
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Event Tracking

Due to an increasing number of evictions announced for families in informal settlements, the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in Iraq launched an emergency tracking tool in September 2023 to understand the number of affected people and their main characteristics