DTM Ethiopia - Durable Solutions for Drought-affected IDPs in Somali region, Ethiopia - Household-Level Intention Survey (HLIS) (October 2022)
Oct 20 2022
This report presents findings on data collected by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), through its Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) methodology and Household-Level Intention Survey (HLIS) tool, to inform durable solutions activities for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in zones hosting the highest number of drought-affected IDPs in Somali region, Ethiopia.
Drought was the most common primary reason for displacement in the assessed sites and half of the IDP households (HHs) had been displaced in the site for 5 years or more, which can be understood as protracted displacement. Most interviewed IDP HHs reported a willingness to integrate in the site where they were living. In line with these results, most IDP HHs did not want to take part in a return process, or a relocation process.