Djibouti – Mobility Tracking assessment – ROUND 1 – September 2022

10 Oct 2022 Djibouti Round 1 Download

In order to inform the humanitarian response, IOM, in collaboration with the National Statistics Institute (INSTAD) and local authorities, conducted rapid assessments in the regions of Ali-Sabieh, Tadjourah, Dikhil, Arta and Obock. The first rapid assessment was conducted between the 27th of July and 2nd of August 2022 and covered 62 localities in Ali-Sabieh and 66 localities in Dikhil. The second assessment was conducted between the 1st and the 7th of September 2022 and covered 245 localities in Tadjourah, 186 localities in Obock and 64 localities in Arta.

These assessments were conducted in order to provide a better understanding of the situation and the priority needs of drought-affected populations. Data was collected on areas of origin, areas of displacement, numbers and needs of drought-affected populations. The assessment specifically targeted the following two population groups: Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and migrants. During the assessments conducted in a total of 623 localities in the 5 regions of the country, 6,086 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and 1,506 migrants were tracked.

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Mobility Tracking