Mobility Tracking

Україна — Звіт про переміщення — Звіт по Базовій Оцінці Території (Районний рівень) — 9 Тур

Починаючи з 24 лютого 2022 року війна в Україні спричинила безпрецедентну гуманітарну кризу в усіх адміністративних підрозділах (областях) країни.

З 24-го липня по 5 сепрня Міжнародна організація з міграції (МОМ) провела базову оцінку території 914 громад, які приймають зареєстрованих внутрішньо переміщених осіб у 19 областях та в місті Києві, щоб отримати загальне уявлення про внутрішнє переміщення.

Проведення цієї оцінки підтримує цільове призначення та надання гуманітарної допомоги постраждалим населенням і служить попереднім джерелом для виявлення громад з високим рівнем переміщення. 

Contact

DTMUkraine@iom.int

Ukraine — Displacement Report - Area Baseline Report (Raion level) — Round 9

Starting on 24 February 2022, the war in Ukraine triggered an unprecedented humanitarian crisis across the country. Between 25 July and 5 August the International Organization for Migration (IOM) conducted an area baseline assessment of 914 hromadas* hosting IDPs in Kyivska, Dnipropetrovska, Poltavska, Vinnytska, Zakarpatska, Cherkaska, Lvivska, Khmelnytska, Ivano-Frankivska, Ternopilska, Odeska, Kirovohradska, Chernivetska, Zhytomyrska, Zaporizka, Chernihivska, Volynska, Rivnenska, Sumska oblasts and Kyiv city in order to gather initial trends on the number and geographic location of officially recorded internally displaced persons. 

This routine assessment supports the targeting and provision of humanitarian assistance to the affected populations and serves as a preliminary source to identify oblasts and hromadas hosting high numbers of IDPs.

In Round 9 of DTM’s Area Baseline, IOM compiled information on more than 2,500,000 IDPs in 19 oblasts and Kyiv city.

Contact

DTMUkraine@iom.int

Türkiye — Migrant Presence Monitoring - Situation Report (July 2022)

According to the latest available figures from the Turkish Presidency of Migration Management (PMM), there are more than 5* million foreign nationals present in Turkish territory, 3.6* million of whom are seeking international protection. Most of those seeking international protection are Syrians (3,652,633* individuals) who are granted the temporary protection status in Türkiye. In addition, international protection applicants are most frequently nationals of Afghanistan, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Iraq constitute another group of foreign nationals. According to PMM, there were 29,256* international protection applicants present in Türkiye in 20211, published annually. Moreover, according to UNHCR**, there are close to 330,000 international protection status holders and asylum-seekers.
In addition, there are 1,411,928* foreign nationals under residence permit holder status; this number includes humanitarian residence holders.

*Data Source PMM, 28.07.2022
**Data source UNHCR, December 2021

Contact

DTM Turkey, dtmturkey@iom.int

Republic of Moldova — Displacement Data Analysis on Third Country Nationals (as of 01 August 2022)

Between 24 February and 1 August 2022, Ukrainian refugees represent 92 per cent (508,353) of all individuals registered at entry from Ukraine (UKR) to the Republic of Moldova (MDA). The remaining eight per cent (47,062) are other TCNs. Similarly, Ukrainian refugees represent 90 per cent (290,403) of all individuals registered while leaving the Republic of Moldova towards Romania during the reporting period and the remaining 10 per cent (32,829) are TCNs.
This report focuses on trends of TCNs from Ukraine to the Republic of Moldova, analyzing data about their stay or their subsequent movement out of the country.

Contact

DTM Europe, DTMMediterranean@iom.int

Nigeria — North-central & North-west Flash Report 110 (8 August 2022)

Nigeria's north-central and north-west zones are afflicted with a multi-dimensional crisis 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). During the past years, the crisis has accelerated because of the intensification of attacks and has resulted in widespread displacement across the region.


Between 01 and 07 August, armed attacks by bandits in Kankara LGA of Katsina State and Kajuru LGA of Kaduna State, have led to new situation of forced displacement. During the period assessed, the DTM identified an estimated 1,631 individuals who were affected by attacks.

Contact

DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int

Afghanistan — Baseline Mobility and Emergency Community-Based Needs Assessment Report (Round 15, March—April 2022)

DTM has been conducting the Baseline Mobility Assessment in Afghanistan since 2016 to track mobility, provide information on population estimates, locations and geographic distribution of displaced and returnee populations, reasons for displacement, places of origin and periods of displacement. Vulnerabilities and multisectoral needs are covered in the Emergency Community- Based Needs Assessment (eCBNA) at the end of the report. Data is collected at the settlement level, through focus group discussions with community focal points and direct observations.

In Round 15, the DTM team witnessed a net increase in the number of all four target populations compared to the previous round (Round 14, collected in November and December 2021).

Contact

DTMAfghanistan@iom.int

Nigeria — North-east Dalori I Camp, Konduga LGA — Borno State Flash Report (9 August 2022)

As part of the IDP relocation programme issued by the Borno State Government (BSG), Federal Training Centre Camp (Dalori I), located in the ward of Dalori in Konduga LGA, was closed between 04 August 2022 and 07 August 2022. Following this event, a rapid assessment was conducted by DTM (Displacement Tracking Matrix) field staff to identify the destinations of the 7,478 IDPs (1,496 households) residing in Dalori I Camp, and to inform the humanitarian community.


Following the closure of the camp, numerous IDPs integrated in host communities in the wards Bale Galitmari (205 individuals), Mairi (821 indiviuals) and Old Maiduguri (289 individuals) in Jere LGA, and the wards Bolori II (988 individuals), Gwange III (242 individuals) and Maisandari (720 individuals) in M.M.C. LGA. All these host community locations are considered to be part of the urban area of Maiduguri Town.

Contact

DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int

Afrique de l’Ouest et du Centre — Tableau de bord mensuel sur la crise du Liptako Gourma 31 (31 Juillet 2022)

La région du Sahel central, et plus particulièrement la zone du Liptako Gourma, qui enjambe le Burkina Faso, le Mali et le Niger, est témoin d’une crise complexe qui comprend comme enjeux une compétition grandissante pour le contrôle de ressources; des bouleversements climatiques; une croissance démographique galopante; des niveaux élevés de pauvreté; l’absence d’opportunités économiques et un sentiment de désillusions quant au futur; des tensions communautaires; l’absence de présence étatique et le manque de services sociaux de base; et des violences provoquées par des réseaux de crime organisé et des groups armés non étatiques. La crise a engendré, en 2021, la mort de 5 000 personnes (au 31 décembre) et conduit à des déplacements de populations significatifs dans les quatre pays touches par la crise.

Au 31 juillet 2022, 2 641 697 individus étaient déplacés par la crise, y compris 2 437 354 Personnes déplacées internes (92% de la population affectée) et 204 343 réfugiés (8%). treize pour cent de la population déplacée (1 875 049 personnes) se trouvait au Burkina Faso, 16 pour cent au Mali (406 184), 8 pour cent au Niger (223 524) et 3 pourcent en Mauritanie (85 083).

Contact

RO Dakar, RODakar-DataResearch@iom.int

West and Central Africa — Liptako Gourma Crisis Monthly Dashboard 31 (31 July 2022)

The Central Sahel area, and in particular the Liptako Gourma region, which borders Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger, is affected by a complex crisis involving growing competition over dwindling resources; climatic variability; demographic pressure; high levels of poverty; disaffection and a lack of livelihood opportunities; communal tensions; the absence of state institutions and basic services; and violence related to organized crime and Non-State Armed Groups. The crisis has led to the death of an estimated 5,000 people in 2021 (as of 31 December) and triggered significant displacement of populations in the four affected countries.

As of 31 July 2022, 2,641,697 individuals have been displaced, including 2,437,354 Internally Displaced Persons (92% of the displaced population) and 204,343 Refugees (8% of the displaced population). Seventy-three per cent of the displaced population (1,902,150 individuals) were located in Burkina Faso, while 15 per cent resided in Mali (406,184 individuals), 8 per cent in Niger (223,524 individuals) and 3 per cent in Mauritania (85,083 individuals).

Contact

RO Dakar, RODakar-DataResearch@iom.int

Afrique de l’Ouest et du Centre — Tableau de bord mensuel sur la crise du Bassin du lac Tchad 46 (31 Juillet 2022)

La crise dans le Bassin du lac Tchad est le résultat d’une combinaison complexe d’une multitude de facteurs, y compris un conflit armé impliquant des groups armés non étatiques, des niveaux extrêmes de pauvreté, un sous-développement persistent, et des bouleversements climatiques, qui ont conduit à des déplacements de populations importants. Au 31 juillet 2022, le Cameroun, le Tchad, le Nigeria et le Niger accueillaient 5 595 058  individus affectés par la crise, dont des Personnes déplacées internes (PDI), des réfugiés et des retournés (anciennes PDI et retournés de l’étranger). 75 pour cent d’entre eux (soit 4 180 954 personnes) se trouvaient au Nigéria, 11 pour cent au Cameroun (639 453 personnes), 9 pour cent au Tchad (488 510 personnes) et 5 pour cent au Niger (286 141 personnes). 

Contact

RO Dakar, RODakar-DataResearch@iom.int