Chad — Emergency Tracking Tool Report 168 (May 2023)




DTM Chad,
Period Covered
May 02 2023
May 08 2023
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Event Tracking

The objective of the Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) is to collect information on large and sudden population movements as well as on security and climate emergencies. This dashboard provides information on movements which occurred on 02, 03 and 08 May 2023 in four sites in Lake Province.


oFollowing armed attacks perpetrated by non-state armed groups on 25 April and 06 May 2023 in Tchoukou-Kapi (sub-prefecture of Ngouboua, department of Kaya) and Tchoukou-Martheye (sub-prefecture of Liwa, department of Fouli) sites, two movements occurred: first, 229 households (1,200 individuals) left the site of Tchoukou-Martheye and took refuge on 02 May 2023 in Bouradjaram site  (situated in the same sub-prefecture) (point 1 on the map). Then, a total of 350 households (1,500 individuals) left Tchoukou-Kapi site (sub-prefecture of Ngouboua) and sought refuge on 8 May 2023 in Nguilourou site (situated in the sub-prefecture of Liwa) (point 4 on the map).


oFollowing threats from non-state armed groups in the villages of Kabirom Kanlli, Kabirom Koura and Klakamia (situated in Ngouboua sub-prefecture), 360 households (3,240 individuals) preventively left these localities to settle in the newly established site of Wawillom (same sub-prefecture) (point 3 on the map).


oAfter a theft of livestock in Konguyo (sub-prefecture of Kaiga-Kindjiria), 120 households (450 individuals) left this locality preventively and took refuge on 3 May 2023 in Guidallom site in Daboua sub-prefecture (point 2 on the map).