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About South Sudan

Conflict and instability in South Sudan have resulted in large-scale internal and cross-border displacement since the December 2013 crisis of over 4 million individuals. In September 2018, the Revitalized Agreement for the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan (R-ARCSS) was signed between the major warring parties. Whilst overall there have been improvements in security since and returns are ongoing, fighting and communal clashes (frequently linked to cattle raiding) continue to trigger new displacements and the situation remains volatile. 

DTM South Sudan’s toolbox is designed to meet critical information gaps during all phases of response, from preparedness, to intervention and transition/recovery. DTM South Sudan provides country-wide figures on the numbers, locations and priority needs of IDPs and returnees updated on a quarterly and ad-hoc basis. The programme undertakes biometric registration in selected parts of the country to support partners with reaching intended beneficiaries during distributions. Flow monitoring data is collected on a daily basis at displacement sites, key transit hubs and border crossing points to identify mobility dynamics of migrants including IPDs and returnees. Through ad hoc surveys, headcounts, infrastructure/service mapping exercises and other assessments, DTM provides additional information to support partners in planning their response.

Contact

IOM South Sudan DTM Juba
ISSDTM@iom.int

Current Donors
  • Switzerland
  • Japan
  • DFID
  • ECHO
  • OCHA
  • OFDA
  • Canada (DFATD)
  • WFP
  • UN Peacebuilding Fund
  • World Bank
Mobility Impact due to COVID-19 in South Sudan

To better understand how COVID-19 affects global mobility, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has been working to map the impacts on human mobility, at Global, Regional and Country level.


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South Sudan — Flow Monitoring Registry — Trends in cross-border return flows and impact of COVID-19 restrictions (Feb – Dec 2020)

Building on its global expertise in emergency data collection systems, including in response to previous infectious disease outbreaks, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) has been monitoring the impact of COVID-19 travel restrictions on human mobility on a global scale.

South Sudan — Seasonal Floods Analysis (2020)

Severe flooding across South Sudan has caused temporary displacement and disruption in service provision to more than 1 million individuals in 2020 (OCHA).

South Sudan — Mobility Tracking Round 9 Initial Findings

This summary presents initial findings from the ninth round of Mobility Tracking conducted across South Sudan through key-informant based assessment at payam and location level between July and September 2020.

South Sudan — Event Tracking (October - December 2020)

IOM's Displacement Tracking Matrix conducts a country-wide Mobility Tracking exercise in regular intervals to update a comprehensive IDP and returnee baseline.

South Sudan — Mangala Rapid Flow Monitoring (November - December 2020)

At the onset of the 2020 dry season, the consequences of flooding in various areas of South Sudan continue to be deeply felt. Many people are still displaced after moving from lowland to highland areas.

South Sudan — Flow Monitoring Dashboard (December 2020)

DTM’s Flow Monitoring Registry (FMR) surveys people on the move at key transit points within South Sudan (SSD) and at its borders.

South Sudan — Flow Monitoring Dashboard (November 2020)

DTM’s Flow Monitoring Registry (FMR) surveys people on the move at key transit points within South Sudan (SSD) and at its borders.

South Sudan — Flow Monitoring Dashboard (October 2020)

DTM’s Flow Monitoring Registry (FMR) surveys people on the move at key transit points within South Sudan (SSD) and at its borders.

South Sudan — Flow Monitoring Dashboard (September 2020)

DTM’s Flow Monitoring Registry (FMR) surveys people on the move at key transit points within South Sudan (SSD) and at its borders.

South Sudan — Naivasha IDP Camp and Masna Collective Centre Population count (December 2020)

In December 2020, the monthly population count was conducted at Masna collective centre where 3,737 individuals/775 households were identified and Naivasha IDP Camp with 8,939 individuals/2,651 households.

South Sudan — Naivasha IDP Camp and Masna Collective Centre Population Count (October 2020)

In October 2020, the monthly population count was conducted at Masna collective centre where 4,012 individuals/849 households were identified and Naivasha IDP Camp with 9,110 individuals/2,694 households.

South Sudan — Naivasha IDP Camp and Masna Collective Centre Population Count (October 2020)

In October 2020, the monthly population count was conducted at Masna collective centre where 4,012 individuals/849 households were identified and Naivasha IDP Camp with 9,110 individuals/2,694 households.

South Sudan — Naivasha IDP Camp and Masna Collective Centre Population Count (November 2020)

In November 2020, the monthly population count was conducted at Masna collective centre where 4,510 individuals/977 households were identified and Naivasha IDP Camp with 9,048 individuals/2,644 households.

South Sudan — Mangala Rapid Flow Monitoring (September - October 2020)

Since mid-June 2020, people in South Sudan have been affected by flooding in areas along the White Nile. In late July, IDPs from Jonglei State started arriving to Juba.

South Sudan — Masna Displacement Site Flow Monitoring (July - September 2020)

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix conducted 1,889 interviews representing 5,252 individual movements into and out of Masna collective centre from July to September 2020.

South Sudan — Naivasha Displacement Site Flow Monitoring (July - September 2020)

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix conducted 3,615 interviews representing 11,232 individual movements into and out of Naivasha IDP camp site from July to September 2020.

South Sudan — Bentiu Displacement Site Flow Monitoring (July - September 2020)

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix conducted 5,563 interviews representing 18,044 individual movements in to and out of Bentiu Protection of Civilian (PoC) site from July to September 2020. Most of the same day movements were females (80%) moving out of the site to collect firewood.

South Sudan — Malakal Displacement Site Flow Monitoring (July - September 2020)

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix continues to conduct Displacement Site Flow Monitoring (DSFM) in Malakal Protection of Civilian (PoC) site. During this reporting period (July to September 2020), 4,053 interviews were conducted at the site’s gate representing 5,683 individual journeys.

South Sudan - Submission to the United Nations Secretary-General High Level Panel on Internal Displacement (September 2020)

This reports contains summary of findings from the consultation process with affected communities in South Sudan for the UN Secretary-General's High Level Panel on Internal Displacement (HLP on IDPs) conducted through a series of focus group discussions and key informant interviews between A

South Sudan — Event Tracking: Summary (July - September 2020)

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix conducts a country-wide Mobility Tracking exercise in regular intervals to update a comprehensive IDP and returnee baseline.

South Sudan — Bentiu PoC Site Population Count (October 2020)

The Bentiu Protection of Civilian (PoC) site was established in December 2013.

South Sudan — Bentiu PoC Site Population Count (October 2020)

The Bentiu Protection of Civilian (PoC) site was established in December 2013.

South Sudan —Naivasha IDP Camp (former Wau PoC AA) and Masna Collective Centre Population Count (September 2020)

In September 2020, the monthly population count was conducted at Masna collective centre where 5,11 individuals/825 households were identified and Naivasha IDP Camp (former Wau PoC AA) with 9,573 individuals/2,964 households.

South Sudan — Wau PoC AA and Masna Collective Centre Population Count (August 2020)

In August 2020, the monthly population count was conducted at Masna collective centre where 4,925 individuals/806 households were identified and Wau PoC AA with 9,295 individuals/2,688 households.


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