Site Assessment

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DTM Mozambique, DTMMozambique@iom.int
Language
English
Location
Mozambique
Period Covered
Dec 05 2023
May 29 2024
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Site Assessment

This Multi-Sectorial Location Assessment (MSLA) report, which presents findings from the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Round 13 assessments, aims to enhance understanding of the extent of internal displacements and the needs of affected populations in conflict-affected and disaster-affected districts of Mozambique. Data was collected between 5 - 29 December 2023 in close coordination with provincial government and Instituto Nacional de Gestão e Redução do Risco de Desastres (INGD) partners, and presents trends from 190 assessed sites hosting internally displaced persons (IDPs) across Northern (Cabo Delgado 95 sites, Nampula 2 sites, Niassa 7 sites), Central Mozambique (Sofala 36 sites, Manica 35 sites, Zambezia 10 sites, Tete 3 sites) and Southern (Inhambane 2 sites).

A total of 317,224 (IDPs were reported present in all 190 sites assessed. This represents a reduction of 19 per cent from MSLA Round 12. Reported figures, however, exclude displaced individuals living in host community settings. According to DTM Round 20 Mobility Tracking Report, as of August, an estimated 709,529 were identified living in both host communities and sites (582,764 IDPs in Northern Mozambique, and 126,765 IDPs in Central Mozambique).

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DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int
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English
Location
South Sudan
Period Covered
Mar 01 2024
Mar 31 2024
Activity
  • Registration
  • Flow Monitoring
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Site Assessment

As per March 2024 population count findings, the Bentiu IDP camp population stands at 102,141 individuals (16,418 households) in 11,889 inhabited shelters (on average of 9 individuals per shelter). This represents a three per cent increase compared to October 2023.

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DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int
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English
Location
South Sudan
Period Covered
Sep 14 2023
Oct 03 2023
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Site Assessment

The data collection took place from September 14th, 2023, to October 3rd, 2023, covering a period of twenty days. The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), a unit of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), conducted a 20-day Village Assessment Survey (VAS) in Rubkona County to assess transition and recovery needs. The survey focused on 09 Payam and 27 bomas accessible, as rainy season and flood limited access to some of the areas.

Of the 76 settlements assessed, 12 were found deserted while 64 remained populated. The survey meticulously mapped 240 facilities, 76 settlements, and 2 livelihood areas across the surveyed bomas. This includes 6 settlements in 6 bomas not assessed due to flooding. Among the 76-settlement identified, there are 37 neighborhoods, 30 permanent villages, 7 IDP sites and 2 temporary sites. The team managed to map 2 livelihood areas categorized into fishery grounds.

KEY FINDINGS

The assessment reveals a substantial number of destroyed or abandoned buildings, emphasizing the pressing need for housing reconstruction initiatives to address the housing crisis in the county.

Many areas within Rubkona County lack access to essential services such as education, healthcare, and markets, indicating a need for targeted interventions to improve service provision and overall community well-being.

In 67% of bomas, the fear of disasters, such as flooding, poses a substantial challenge for peaceful return, emphasizing the impact of environmental factors on human settlements.

A prevalent issue in multiple bomas across Rubkona County is the presence of individuals living on land/property without paying rent or obtaining permission from the owners, with 57% of bomas reporting such instances.

Most residential structures in Rubkona County lack permanency, characterized by the prevalence of temporary shelters such as tents and tukuls. These constructions are primarily composed of mud walls and thatched roofing, indicating a deficiency in durable and lasting housing infrastructure.

Critical need for improvements in school infrastructure, including insecure buildings, classroom shortages, insufficient furniture, and inadequate water and sanitation facilities, to create a conducive learning environment.

Urgent need for renovations, upgrades, and construction of permanent structures in healthcare facilities to ensure a safe environment for patients and healthcare workers.

The pressing need to rehabilitate non-operational boreholes to ensure a reliable water supply. the lack of water user committees in certain bomas inhibits local management of water resources.

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DTM Nigeria, iomnigeriadtm@iom.int
Language
English
Location
Nigeria
Period Covered
Jan 01 2023
Dec 31 2023
Activity
  • Other
  • Survey
  • Flow Monitoring Survey
  • Return Intention
  • Registration
  • Biometric Registration
  • Flow Monitoring
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Site Assessment
  • Event Tracking

A collection of all DTM Nigeria information products in 2023.

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DTM Mozambique, DTMMozambique@iom.int
Language
English
Location
Mozambique
Period Covered
Apr 22 2024
Apr 24 2024
Activity
  • Other
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Site Assessment
  • Event Tracking

The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), in collaboration with Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster Management (INGD), conducted assessments in Maringue, Chemba, and Barue to record displacements caused by severe El Niño induced drought conditions. Mozambique's National Meteorological Institute (INAM) project decreased precipitation levels and drought conditions across districts in Central and Southern Mozambique - potentially impacting over 20 million people. El- Niño induced drought, land degradation and increased salinity in important water sources continue to place a strain on the agriculture, livestock herding and fishing industries, with many families unable to guarantee sufficient and sustainable livelihoods in rural areas.

DTM’s tracking of climate-induced displacement aims to provide data on the number and location of vulnerable families forced into displacement due to climatic and environmental factors. Joint assessments conducted between 22-24 April estimate 342 individuals (58 families) displaced from Northern Sofala and Tete districts to host communities of Manica (Barue district). Priority needs identified by IDPs include food security, access to clean water, adequate shelter, and agricultural inputs. Additionally, there is a pressing demand for non-food items such as hygiene kits, blankets, mosquito nets, and kitchen sets.

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DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int
Location
Nigeria
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Site Assessment
Period Covered
Sep 13 2023 -
Oct 24 2023

Round 12 of DTM data collection in Nigeria’s north-west and north-central regions was conducted between 13 September and 24 October 2023. During the activity, DTM deployed teams of enumerators to conduct assessments in 826 wards (down from the 881 wards assessed in Round 11 of DTM assessments), located in 172 LGAs (down from 180 LGAs in Round 11). Eight states were covered: Benue, Nasarawa and Plateau (north-central) and Kaduna, Kano, Sokoto, Katsina and Zamfara (north-west).


DTM enumerators conducted assessments in 1,637 locations (a decrease of 121 locations compared to Round 11), including 1,549 (95%) locations where IDPs were residing among host communities and 88 (5%) locations categorized as camps/camp-like settings. The reason for the decrease owed to the inaccessibility of some locations caused by security. During these assessments, data was collected on population demographics, living conditions and multisectoral needs of displaced populations.

Population Groups

IDPs

Survey Methodology

Unit of Analysis Or Observation

Site

Type of Survey or Assessment

Key Informant

Keywords

Food security & livelihoods

Health

Shelter

SNFI

WASH

Geographical Scope Partial Coverage

Administrative boundaries with available data

The current dataset covers the following administrative boundaries

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DTM Ethiopia, DTMEthiopia@iom.int
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Ethiopia
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Site Assessment
Period Covered
Nov 23 2023 -
Dec 31 2023

Between 23 November and 31 December 2023, IOM’s DTM deployed Site Assessment (SA) Round 35 and Village Assessment Survey (VAS) Round 18. SA is conducted in locations hosting a reported 20 or more IDP households, and the VAS is conducted in locations hosting a reported 20 or more returning IDP households that returned after 1 January 2022. It is to be noted that South Ethiopia region was not included due to operational constraints. Furthermore, the dataset for Amhara region is available separately, as a multisectoral location assessment was carried out within the region.

Population Groups

IDPs

Survey Methodology

Unit of Analysis Or Observation

Admin Area 2

Admin Area 3

Admin Area 4

Site

Type of Survey or Assessment

Key Informant

Keywords

AAP

CCCM

Demographics

Education

Food security & livelihoods

Health

Mobility

Nutrition

Protection

Shelter

SNFI

WASH

Geographical Scope Partial Coverage

Administrative boundaries with available data

The current dataset covers the following administrative boundaries

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DTM Ethiopia, DTMEthiopia@iom.int
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English
Location
Ethiopia
Period Covered
Nov 23 2023
Dec 31 2023
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Site Assessment
  • Village Assessment

Between November and December 2023, IOM’s DTM deployed Site Assessment (SA) Round 35 and Village Assessment Survey (VAS) Round 18.

According to data collected through the Site Assessment round 35 November and December 2023, an estimated 3,194,413 IDPs (635,724 IDP households) were internally displaced across 2,662 assessed, accessible sites in Ethiopia. Conflict is the primary cause of displacement and displaced almost 2.2 million IDPs (68.7%), followed by drought which displaced an estimated 536,343 IDPs (16.8%). Somali region hosts the highest number of IDPs primarily displaced by drought nationwide (an estimated 391,573 individuals or 73% of the national drought caseload), while Tigray region hosts the highest number of IDPs primarily displaced by conflict nationwide (an estimated 831,002 individuals or 37.9% of the national conflict caseload).

According to the data collected through the Village Assessment Survey round 18 between November and December 2023, there were an estimated 2,548,685 returning IDPs (586,187 returning IDP households) across 2,580 assessed, accessible villages in Ethiopia. The highest returning IDP caseloads nationwide were in the regions of Tigray (967,257 returning IDPs, 38%), Amhara (an estimated 951,931 returning IDPs, 37.3%) and Afar (an estimated 222,179 returning IDPs, 8.7%).

It is to be noted that South Ethiopia region is not included due to operational constraints. Furthermore, the dataset for Amhara region is available separately, as a multisectoral location assessment was carried out within the region. 

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DTM Tchad, dtmtchad@iom.int
Language
French
Location
Chad
Period Covered
Jan 03 2024
Feb 08 2024
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Site Assessment
  • Baseline Assessment

Suite au conflit armé survenu en avril 2023 au Soudan, des milliers de personnes ont été contraints de quitter ce pays pour se réfugier au Tchad, principalement à l’Est. Ces ressortissants tchadiens vivant au Soudan depuis des nombreuses années ont été enregistrés par l’OIM dans 41 lieux de déplacement dans les provinces du Sila et du Ouaddaï. La majorité (61 %) des sites de déplacement se trouvent dans la sous-préfecture d'Adre et constituent 55 pour cent de la population totale des retournés dans les deux provinces.

En effet, l’objectif de cette évaluation était de mesurer les profils, les vulnérabilités, les infrastructures ainsi que les besoins des populations déplacées à la suite de cette crise, afin de mieux orienter les résultats vers la planification de solutions durables pour les personnes déplacées. Les données sont collectées à travers des entretiens avec des informateurs clés (autorités locales, chefs traditionnels, représentants des personnes déplacées et gestionnaires de sites) dans les villages et sites d’accueil des personnes déplacées, ainsi que par des observations directes dans ces localités.

Ainsi, ce tableau de bord présente les résultats d'évaluations menées du 03 janvier au 08 février 2024, dans 41 lieux de déplacement situés dans les provinces du Ouaddaï et Sila.

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DTM Cameroon, DTMCameroon@iom.int
Location
Cameroon
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Site Assessment
  • Village Assessment
Period Covered
Nov 18 2020 -
Dec 07 2020
Population Groups

IDPs

Other

Returnee (Previously Internally Displaced)

Survey Methodology

Unit of Analysis Or Observation

Site or Location

Type of Survey or Assessment

Household

Keywords

Education

Food security & livelihoods

Health

Nutrition

Protection

SNFI

WASH

Geographical Scope Partial Coverage

Administrative boundaries with available data

The current dataset covers the following administrative boundaries