Solution and Mobility Index

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What

The Solutions and Mobility Index (SMI) helps identify root causes of fragility through data to address protracted displacement. With an aim to help achieve durable solutions for vulnerable communities, the SMI provides data on stability, peace, development, recovery and reintegration dynamics.

How

The SMI tracks context-specific data across four key areas: demographic & mobility trends, safety & security, access to services and infrastructure, and social cohesion. The SMI helps identify smaller pockets of stability and fragility by measuring local community perceptions, as well as generating broader, regional data on stability.

Where

The SMI can be applied to contexts experiencing high levels of migration as well as areas that are fragile, conflict-prone, or have protracted vulnerabilities. Deployed on multiple levels, it can identify national trends as well as facilitate a highly localized approach.

Why

Fragility is one of the greatest obstacles to achieving durable solutions for displaced persons. The SMI aims to address fragility by providing essential information to support preventative and responsive resilience-building in support of Sustainable Development Goals and the Global Compact on Migration.

 

Watch the 'Official Launch of SMI at the World Bank Fragility Forum' March 2022

Watch 'The Stability Index in Mozambique'
 

 

Solutions and Mobility Index Reports

South Sudan — Urban Multi-Sector Needs and Vulnerabilities Survey (FSNMS+) — Wau Town (September - October 2021)
Between September and November 2021, the International Organization for Migration’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (IOM DTM) undertook its second household-level multi-sector assessment of selected urban areas and camps for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in South Sudan.
May 24 2022 Survey, Return Intention Download
South Sudan — Urban Multi-Sector Needs and Vulnerabilities Survey (FSNMS+) — Malakal Town (October 2021)
Between September and November 2021, the International Organization for Migration’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (IOM DTM) undertook its second household-level multi-sector assessment of selected urban areas and camps for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in South Sudan.
May 24 2022 Survey, Return Intention Download
South Sudan — Urban Multi-Sector Needs and Vulnerabilities Survey (FSNMS+) — Bor Town (September - October 2021)
Between September and November 2021, the International Organization for Migration’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (IOM DTM) undertook its second household-level multi-sector assessment of selected urban areas and camps for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in South Sudan.
May 24 2022 Survey, Return Intention Download
South Sudan — Urban Multi-Sector Needs and Vulnerabilities Survey (FSNMS+) — Yei Town (September- October 2021)
Between September and November 2021, the International Organization for Migration’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (IOM DTM) undertook its second household-level multi-sector assessment of selected urban areas and camps for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in South Sudan.
May 24 2022 Survey, Return Intention Download
South Sudan — Urban Multi-Sector Needs and Vulnerabilities Survey (FSNMS+) — Juba Town (September - October 2021)
Between September and November 2021, the International Organization for Migration’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (IOM DTM) undertook its second household-level multi-sector assessment of selected urban areas and camps for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in South
Apr 29 2022 Survey, Return Intention Download
Nigeria — Stability Index Overview Round 2 – March 2022
In the BAY states of North-east Nigeria (Borno, Adamawa and Yobe), various conflict escalations have been noted in recent times. The security situation remains unpredictable and leads to fluid mobility.
Apr 22 2022 Other Download
Niger — Diffa — Stability Index Report 1 (March — April 2021)
Since 2013, the region of Diffa in Niger has experienced significant population displacements, both within its border as well as refugees coming from the north-eastern states of Nigeria.
Nov 29 2021 Other, Mobility Tracking Download
Nigeria — Stability Index Overview Round 1 – March/April 2021
The crisis currently affecting the Lake Chad Basin (LCB), which has displaced 3,0125,239 Internally Displaced Persons as of May 2021, is one of the worst humanitarian situations in the world.
Sep 02 2021 Other, Survey Download
Cameroon — Far North — Stability Index Report 1 (March — April 2021)
The crisis currently affecting the Lake Chad Basin (LCB), which has displaced 3,125,239 Internally Displaced Persons as of May 2021, is one of the worst humanitarian situations in the world.
Aug 31 2021 Other, Survey Download
Cameroon – Stability Index Report (September 2019)
A report by IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) identified 4.2 million displaced individuals in Nigeria, Chad, and Cameroon in 2019.
Jul 28 2020 Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment Download
Nigeria — Stability Index Report (September 2019)
A report by IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) identified 4.2 million displaced individuals in Nigeria, Chad, and Cameroon in 2019.
Jul 28 2020 Registration, Biometric Registration, Mobility Tracking, Baseline Assessment Download