South Sudan — Naivasha IDP Camp Displacement Site Flow Monitoring (January-March 2023)
Mar 31 2023
- Flow Monitoring
IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) continued conducting Displacement Site Flow Monitoring (DSFM) at the gates of Naivasha IDP camp. During this period (January to March 2023), 1,409 interviews were conducted representing 4,734 individuals moving in to or out of the camp. Surveyed day movements (4,682 individuals) dominated compared to other travel categories and were predominantly undertaken by female travelers (60%). The main reasons for these movements were to visit friends or family (46%), other livelihood activities (29%), to purchase things from the market (9%), collect firewood (5%) and access to health care services (4%). Fifty-two individuals were recorded permanently exiting Naivasha IDP camp. More than a half of the exits were dominated by male travelers (58%). The main reason that forced people to move out of the camp was improved living conditions at locations of destination. Of those who permanently exited, 58 per cent moved to their former area but new homes, 23 per cent moved to former their former homes, 19 per cent moved to new homes in different areas, all of whom moved to Wau county. DTM enumerators did not capture individuals engaged in temporary movements and new arrivals.