Mongolia — The Nationwide DTM Mobility Tracking Assessment - Rapid Assessment on Population, Migration, and Needs (June – September 2022)
Sep 30 2022
- Community Perception
- Mobility Tracking
- Baseline Assessment
The DTM Mobility Tracking Pilot Survey was conducted in June, July, and August 2022, covering 1,640 baghs in 21 provinces of Mongolia. Bagh governors acted as a primary source of information. This study is the first ever short-term mobility tracking study conducted jointly by UN IOM and NSO. Similar to the Population mobility-tracking pilot study conducted in Ulaanbaatar, this study explores seven primary themes, including population baseline figures, registration, arrivals and departures (migration), employment, financial situation, and mobility-related challenges. Bagh governors were chosen as key informants due to their in-depth knowledge of their communities and their migration patterns.