Mobility Tracking

Libya — Migrant Report 39 (October - November 2021)

DTM Libya identified a total of 621,007 migrants from over 43 nationalities in the 100 Libyan municipalities during Round 39 of data collection (October – November 2021).  In line with a trend which started at the beginning of 2021, the number of migrants in Libya has continued to increase during the months of October and November while remaining slightly lower than in 2019 for the corresponding reporting period (654,081 migrants during Round 28). In 2020, the migrant population in Libya decreased following the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent economic downturn as well as tightened security controls and mobility restrictions.

Contact

DTM Libya, DTMLibya@iom.int

South Sudan — Sex and Age Disaggregated Data (SADD) highlighting potential risks to populations affected by displacement (December 2020)

DTM standards advocate for the inclusion of Sex and Age Disaggregated Data (SADD) to support production of data and analysis specific to women, girls, boys, and men. DTM standards outline the best practices for selecting key informants to increase participation of women and girls. This dashboard aims at raising awareness of the potential risks, including barriers to accessing various services, that women, girls, and other vulnerable persons may face while being displaced.

Uganda – Info Sheet: Multi-Hazard Response/DRR Platform (December 2021)

December was characterized by disaster triggers which included floods, drought/famine, landslides/mudslides, heavy storms/hailstorms and transport related hazards.

Kasese district was the most hit with floods, heavystorms/hailstorms, landslides/mudslides and famine/food insecurity affecting a total of 1,305 individuals. The Teso region is experiencing drought as reported in Amuria(300), Katakwi(550) and Ngora(662).

A total of 2,860 individuals(31% male and 69% female) and 1,386 households were affected. The children(<19) were the highly affected at 48% followed by adults (19-64) at 42%.

Individuals displaced (IDPs) were 745 with 193 households and 131 individuals were identified as persons with special needs(PSN).

There is high priority need for hygiene promotion and health services in areas affected by floods, water supply and food assistance in famine/drought affected districts, among others.

CRS with its Caritas partners responded to households affected by landslides in Bududa and floods Kasese. The response was to support individuals for the next month of recovery.

Contact

DTM Uganda, dtmuganda@iom.int

Methdology

Mobility Tracking

Yemen — Rapid Displacement Tracking Update (02 - 08 January 2022)

IOM Yemen DTM’s Rapid Displacement Tracking (RDT) tool collects data on estimated numbers of households forced to flee on a daily basis from their locations of origin or displacement, allowing for regular reporting of new displacements in terms of estimated numbers, geography, and needs. It also tracks Returnees who returned to their location of origin.

 

From 01 January 2022 to 8 January 2022, IOM Yemen DTM estimates that 708 households (HH) (4,248 Individuals) have experienced displacement at least once.

                                                                                                               

Since the beginning of 2022, DTM also identified no displaced households who left their locations of displacement and either moved back to their place of origin or another location.

                                                                                                               

Between 02 and 08 January 2022, IOM Yemen DTM tracked 578 households (3,468 individuals) displaced at least once. The top three governorates and districts where people moved into/within are:

                                                                                                               

  • Shabwah (274 HH) – Osaylan (231 HH), Bayhan (37 HH), Markhah Al Olya (6 HH) districts. All displacements in the governorate were internal.
  • Al Hodeidah (136 HH) – Hays (115 HH), Al Khukhah (21 HH) districts. Most displacements in the governorate originated from Al Hodeidah and Taiz.
  • Marib (99 HH) – Marib City (79 HH), Marib (20 HH) districts. Most displacements in the governorate originated from Al Jawf.

                                                                                                               

Most displacements resulted from the increased conflict in the following governorates and districts.

  • Shabwah (276 HH) – Osaylan (232 HH), Bayhan (38 HH), Markhah Al Olya (6 HH) districts.
  • Al Hodeidah (119 HH) – Hays (74 HH), Jabal Ras (20 HH), At Tuhayta (11 HH) districts.
  • Al Jawf (81 HH) – Khab wa Ash Shaf (81 HH) district.         

      

Contact

DTM Yemen, iomyemendtm@iom.int

Mozambique — Emergency Tracking Tool Report — 138 (29 December 2021 - 04 January 2022)

During the reporting period (29 December 2021 to 04 January 2022), a total of 21 movements were recorded - 10 arrivals (612 individuals), 3 departures (184 individuals), 4 transits (159 individuals), and 4 intended return movements (107 individuals). The largest individual arrivals were recorded in Mueda (386 individuals) and Meluco (108 individuals). All intended return movements were observed in Nangade, with the largest involving 39 individuals. The largest transits were recorded in Meuda (75 individuals) and Nangade (44 individuals). The largest departures were recorded in Montepuez (180 individuals) and Chiure (4 individuals). Of the total population 24 per cent were displaced for the first time, and 76 per cent of reported IDPs had been displaced more than once prior to this latest movement.

Contact

DTMMozambique@iom.int

Sudan - Emergency Event Tracking Report - Jebel Moon, West Darfur (Update 005)

The DTM Emergency Event Tracking (EET) is deployed to track sudden displacement and population movements, provide more frequent updates on the scale of displacement, and quantify the affected population when needed. As a subcomponent of the new Mobility Tracking methodology in Sudan (Round Two), and activated on a needs basis, EET utilises a broad network of key informants to capture best estimates of the affected population presence per location – a useful tool for humanitarian response planning and design.

Contact

DTM Sudan; dtmsudan@iom.int

Nigeria — Emergency Tracking Tool Report 256 (27 December 2021 - 2 January 2022)

Between 27 December 2021 and 02 January 2022, a total of 2,972 movements were recorded in the states of Adamawa and Borno. The recorded movements consisted of 2,712 arrivals and 260 departures. Arrivals were recorded at locations in Askira/Uba, Bama, Gwoza, Kala/Balge, Monguno and Ngala Local Government Areas (LGAs) of the most conflict-affected
state of Borno and in Girei, Hong, Lamurde, Michika, Numan, Yola North and Yola South LGAs of Adamawa.

Contact

DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int

Nigeria — North Central & North West Flash Report #83 (27 December 2021 - 02 January 2022)

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.

Contact

DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int

Nigeria — COVID-19 Point of Entry Quarterly Dashboard (October - December 2021)

During the COVID-19 pandemic, IOM's Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), monitors the movements to and from Nigeria's Adamawa and Borno States in north-east Nigeria. Assessments are conducted at Points of Entry located along the border with Cameroon.

Contact

DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int

Nigeria — COVID-19 Point of Entry Monthly Dashboard (December 2021)

During the COVID-19 pandemic, IOM's Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), monitors the movements to and from Nigeria's Adamawa and Borno States in north-east Nigeria. Assessments are conducted at Points of Entry located along the border with Cameroon.

Contact

DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int