DTM data was collected across 63 IDP camps between the 13-17 December. DTM recorded 4,030 individuals comprising 1,033 families across these camps, 49% of these were living in improvised structures.
DTM recorded 141,221 IDPs. Of these 58% were displaced as a result of natural disasters and 42% were displaced as a result of the socio-political situation.
In Cashi, DTM recorded 1,063 IDPs (135 households) in October 2016. This number did not change in the follollowing month. The numbers did not change in the case of Gitaza either during the same months, where DTM recorded 1,269 IPDs (182 households).
More than 5 years after the devastating 12 January 2010 earthquake, an estimated 12,001 households, or 46,691 individuals are still residing in 31 IDP sites in the earthquake affected communes.
The DTM assessed 65 active sites hosting 20 or more households between 28 November and 10 December 2016 in 11 districts. 15,595 people were living in 65 sites. Since round 8 (25th July to 2 August 2016), 4 new sites had become active and 5 previously sites had closed.
DTM recorded 116,292 IDPs comprising 19,382 families. Of these, 89,430 reported that their district of origin was Mosul. The highest number of IDPs was recorded in Ninewa governorate, 114,774 individuals (99% of the total). 100,506 individuals were recorded living in camps and emergency sites.
DTM recorded 115,242 IDPs comprising 19,207 families. Of these, 88,332 reported that their district of origin was Mosul. The highest number of IDPs was recorded in Ninewa governorate, 113,898 individuals (99% of the total). 91,044 individuals were recorded living in camps and emergency sites.
DTM identified 19,007 IDP families comprised of 114,042 individuals. The majority of the identified individuals (87,372) originated from Mosul.
The DTM Round 13 assessment focused on the six northeastern Nigerian states most affected by the ongoing conflict; Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba, and Yobe. The following DTM report covers a total of 106 LGAs and 751 wards.
The cumulative total of IDPs recorded by DTM during this period was 120,120 individuals comprising 20,020 families. Of these, 108,624 individuals (comprising 18,104 families) are still displaced. 82,872 people are currently residing in emergency camps (76% of the total).