Mobility Tracking

Mozambique — Emergency Tracking Tool | Palma Crisis Report — 50 (27 March - 10 April 2021)

Following the recent attacks in Palma Sede, DTM teams in Nangade, Mueda, Montpuez, and Pemba districts continue to register significant rise in IDP arrivals since 27 March. On 10 April 2021, an estimated number of 603 were registered in the four districts bringing the total number of IDPs to 15,179 People who have been displaced from Palma continue to arrive in Nangade on foot and by bus from Nangade to Mueda, Montepuez, and Pemba.

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DTMMozambique@iom.int

Mozambique — Emergency Tracking Tool | Palma Crisis Report — 49 (27 March - 09 April 2021)

Following the recent attacks in Palma Sede, DTM teams in Nangade, Mueda, Montpuez, Ancuabe, Balama, Namuno and Pemba districts have registered a significant rise in IDP arrivals since 27 March. As of 09 April 2021 17:00h, an estimated number of 14,576 IDPs had been registered arriving by foot, bus, boat and air from Palma to the four districts. People who have been displaced continue to arrive in Nangade on foot and by bus from Nangade to Mueda, Montepuez, and Pemba.

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DTMMozambique@iom.int

Nigeria — North Central & North West Flash Report #46 (29 March - 04 April 2021)

Nigeria's North Central and North West Zones are afflicted with a multidimensional crisis that is rooted in long-standing tensions between ethnic and religious groups and involves attacks by criminal groups and banditry/hirabah (such as kidnapping and grand larceny along major highways). The crisis has accelerated during the past years because of the intensification of attacks and has resulted in widespread displacement across the region.
 
Between 29 March and 04 April, armed clashes between herdsmen and farmers, bandits and local communities have led to a new wave of population displacement. Following these events, a rapid assessment was conducted by DTM (Displacement Tracking Matrix) field staff with the purpose of informing the humanitarian community and government partners, and enable targeted response. Flash reports utilise direct observation and a broad network of key informants to gather representative data and collect information on the number, profile and immediate needs of affected populations.
 
Latest attacks affected 1,175 individuals, including 16 injuries and 22 fataliies in Safana LGA of Katsina State and the LGAs Apa and Logo in Benue State. The attacks caused people to flee to neighbouring localities. 

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DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int

Papua New Guinea — Conflict In Tari-Pori District In Hela Province (2 February 2021)

Clan violence in Tari-Pori district on 28 January 2021 resulted in human displacement, injuries, deaths and destruction of property among other negative impacts. An estimated 6,000 have been affected. A Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) team was deployed to the affected area to support data collection useful to inform evidence-based multi-sectoral responses to the needs of the affected population. Working closely with the Hela Provincial Government and partners on the ground including the United Church in Hela Region (UCHR), the DTM team is gathering information from identified displacement sites and the initial findings are presented in this displacement profile. As humanitarian teams on the ground are continuing their assessments within the current security restrictions, the figures may continue to evolve.

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DTM Papua New Guinea, iompngmdac@iom.int

Papua New Guinea — Conflict in Tari-Pori District in Hela Province (11 February 2021)

This displacement profile gives an update on the situation of people displaced because of clan violence that happened on 28 January 2021 in Tari Pori District in Hela Province. Humanitarian teams on the ground continue to work closely with the local authorities and partners in gathering displacement data including providing humanitarian relief. People previously displaced to Tari Women’s Guest house (transitional site) have moved to Pangale Haus located in Tari town. It is reported that the situation has calmed and many of those displaced across the 4 sites assessed intend to return to their homes. Figures reported in this profile may continue to evolve.

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DTM Papua New Guinea, iompngmdac@iom.int

Nigeria — Emergency Tracking Tool Report 217 (29 March - 04 April 2021)

In the states Borno and Adamawa, a total of 2,745 movements were recorded, comprising 2,179 arrivals and 566 departures, between 29 March and 4 April 2021. Arrivals were recorded at locations in Askira/Uba, Bama, Biu, Gwoza, Hawul, Mobbar, Monguno and Ngala Local Government Areas (LGAs) of the most conflict-affected state of Borno. Arrivals were also recorded in Demsa, Fufore, Girei, Gombi, Hong, Lamurde, Maiha, Michika, Mubi North, Mubi South, Numan, Song, Yola North and Yola South LGAs of Adamawa.
 
Departures were recorded in Askira/Uba and Bama LGAs of Borno; Demsa, Fufore, Girei, Gombi, Hong, Madagali, Maiha, Michika, Mubi North, Mubi South, Numan and Yola South LGAs of Adamawa.
 
ETT assessments identified the following movement triggers: voluntary relocation (1,330 individuals or 48%), improved security (598 individuals or 22%), poor living conditions (593 individuals or 22%),  fear of attack (156 individuals or 6%), military operations (42 individuals or 1%), conflict/attack (26 individuals or 1%).

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DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int

Mozambique — Emergency Tracking Tool | Palma Crisis Report — 48 (27 March - 08 April 2021)

Following the recent attacks in Palma Sede, DTM teams in Nangade, Mueda, Montpuez, and Pemba districts have registered a significant rise in IDP arrivals since 27 March. As of 08 April 2021 17:00h, an estimated number of 13,964 IDPs had been registered arriving by foot, bus, boat and air from Palma to the four districts. People who have been displaced continue to arrive in Nangade on foot and by bus from Nangade to Mueda, Montepuez, and Pemba.

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DTMMozambique@iom.int

اليمن_ نقاط تتبع التدفق | المهاجرون الوافدون واليمنيون العائدون في مارس 2021

تعمل مصفوفة تتبُع النزوح الخاصة بالمنظمة الدولية للهجرة في اليمن على مراقبة المواقع الرئيسية التي يصل عبرها المهاجرون واليمنيون العائدون والموجودة في الحدود الشمالية لليمن مع المملكة العربية السعودية والحدود الساحلية الجنوبية. يُراقب الباحثون المتمركزون في نقاط رصد تدفق وصول المهاجرين والمواطنين اليمنيين من أجل التعرف على الأنماط والأنواع المختلفة للهجرة والتوصّل إلى تقديرات لأعداد المهاجرين غير النظاميين في البلد. لا تمثل نقاط التدفق  حميع التدفقات في اليمن ويجب فهمه على انه مؤشر للافراد الذين تم تسجيلهم في فترة التقرير. لكن القيود المفروضة على الوصول تَحُد من القدرة على تسجيل المعلومات في بعض نقاط وصول المهاجرين.

 منن 1 إلى 31 مارس 2021 ، ووفقا لتقديرات مصفوفة تتبع النزوح التابعة للمنظمة الدولية للهجرة فإن 1،358 مهاجرًا دخلوا إلى اليمن.  حيث مثل عدد المهاجرين من إثيوبيا 84 في المائة و 16 في المائة من الصوماليين ، وتوجه كلهم 100 في المائة من أولئك الذين تم احتسابهم إلى المملكة العربية السعودية و 11 في المائة كانت وجهتهم المقصودة هي اليمن. كانت غالبية المهاجرين من الذكور (75 ٪) ، مع 14 في المائة من النساء ، و 8 في المائة من الأولاد و 3 في المائة من الفتيات اللواتي كنا ايضاً من ضمن المسافرين.

خلال فترة بالتقرير في مارس 2021، شوهد وصول 650 مهاجرا من الصومال وتم تسجيلهم في عين بامعبد (460 مهاجرا) وبئر علي (190 مهاجرا) في نقاط مراقبة التدفق في محافظة شبوة. بينما شهدت نقطة مراقبة التدفق في العارة بمحافظة لحج أكبر عدد من الوافدين ، حيث وصل 708 مهاجراً من جيبوتي.

المنهجيــة:

تهدف منهجية تتبع النزوح العالمية إلى التعرف على المناطق التي تحدث فيها الهجرة الداخلية والهجرة العابرة للحدود والهجرة الإقليمية. وتُنَفَذّ تقييمات التنقل للمناطق على المستوى الوطني. ومن ثم تقوم فرق مصفوفة التتبع بجمع المعلومات على المستوى المحلي للتعرف على نقاط العبور الرئيسية. يجمع الباحثون الميدانيون البيانات من مُدلين رئيسين بالمعلومات في نقاط رصد التدفق: ويمكن للمُدلين الرئيسيين ان يكونوا افرادً يعملون في النقل او موظفون في الجمارك او افرادً يعملون في قوارب او المهاجرون انفسهم. تُجمع البيانات باستخدام استمارة بسيطة و بالملاحظة المباشرة وهو ما يُسَهل عملية التحليل.

القيــــــود:

يجب تفسير البيانات المستخدمة في هذه العمليات كتقديراتً فقط، وانها تمثل فقط جزءاً من اجمالي التدفق الذي يمر عبر اليمن. ولذلك، ان التغطية الزمنية والمساحية غير مكتملة. وبالإضافة إلى ذلك، بالرغم من ان البيانات تُجمع بشكل يومي، إلا انها تُجمع فقط خلال ساعات الذروة. وإن نسبة التدفقات التي تحدث في الساعات التي لم تتم تغطيتها، لا تُمَثَل هنا. أما البيانات المتعلقة بالضُعف فهي ترتكز على الملاحظة المباشرة ويجب ان تفُهم بصفتها بيانات دلالية في المقام الأول.

 

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DTM Yemen, iomyemendtm@iom.int

Yemen - Flow Monitoring Points | Non-Yemeni Migrant Arrivals And Yemeni Returnees in March 2021

IOM Yemen DTM’s Flow Monitoring Registry (FMR) monitors key migrant arrival and Yemeni return locations on Yemen's northern border with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and southern coastal border. Enumerators placed at Flow Monitoring Points (FMPs) record arrivals of migrants and returning Yemeni nationals in order to identify different patterns and types of migration, and to provide quantitative estimates to help define the population of irregular migrants entering the country. FMR is not representative of all flows in Yemen and should be understood as only indicative of the individuals recorded at FMPs during the timeframe indicated. Access constraints limit the ability to collect data at some migrant arrival points.

From 01 to 31 March 2021, IOM Yemen DTM estimates that 1,358 migrants arrived in Yemen. The migrant caseload was 84 per cent Ethiopian and 16 per cent Somali, with 100% of those tracked heading for Saudi Arabia. The migrants are predominantly male (75%), with 14 per cent women, eight per cent  boys and three per cent girls also among the travelers.

Through March reporting period, 650 migrants arrived from Somalia and were recorded at Eyn Bamabad (460 migrants) and Ber Ali (190 migrants) flow monitoring points in Shabwah governorate. Al Aarah flow monitoring point in Lahj governorate saw the highest number of migrant arrivals, with 708 migrants arriving from Djibouti.

METHODOLOGY:

DTM’s global flow monitoring methodology aims to identify areas prone to internal, cross-border and regional migration. Mobility area assessments are conducted at the national level. DTM teams then collect information at the local level to identify key transit points. Enumerators collect data from key informants at the flow monitoring points: key informants may be transport staff, custom officers, boat operators or migrants themselves. Data is collected through a basic form combined with direct observations –enabling breakdowns.

LIMITATIONS:

 Data collected for these exercises should be understood as estimations only. They represent only part of the total flows passing through Yemen. The spatial and temporal coverage of this data collection activity is therefore incomplete. In addition, although data is collected daily, it is collected only during peak hours. The portion of the flows that occur during the uncovered hours is not represented. Data on vulnerability is based on direct observation and should be understood as mainly indicative.

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DTM Yemen, iomyemendtm@iom.int