Baseline Assessment

Pakistan – Pakistan Flood Response Baseline Assessment - Sindh Province (October 2022)

Storms and heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan have caused widespread flooding and landslides across the country. According to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), up to 33 million people have been affected by the floods since mid-June 2022 and a total of 85 districts have been labelled by the Government of Pakistan as ‘calamity-hit’, as of 17 October 2022.¹ According to the NDMA Daily Situation Report No.126, 24 districts in Sindh province are calamity-hit and an estimated total of 14,563,770 people are affected by the floods.² Besides that, 1.9 million houses are reported to be damaged in Sindh province alone. However, the number of temporarily displaced persons (TDPs) were yet to be confirmed.

Contact

DTM Pakistan, iomisbdtmremapteam@iom.int

Methdology

Baseline Assessment

Pakistan – Pakistan Flood Response Baseline Assessment - Balochistan Province (October 2022)

Storms and heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan have caused widespread flooding and landslides across the country. According to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), up to 33 million people have been affected by the floods since mid-June 2022 and a total of 85 districts have been labelled by the Government of Pakistan as ‘calamity-hit’, as of 23 October 2022.¹ According to the NDMA Daily Situation Report No.132, 32 districts in Balochistan province are calamity-hit and an estimated total of 9,182,616 people are affected by the floods.² Besides that, 242 thousand houses are reported to be damaged in Balochistan province alone. However, the number of temporarily displaced persons (TDPs) were yet to be confirmed.

Contact

DTM Pakistan, iomisbdtmremapteam@iom.int

Methdology

Baseline Assessment

Pakistan – Pakistan Flood Response Baseline Assessment (October2022)

Storms and heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan have caused widespread flooding and landslides across the country. According to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), up to 33 million people have been affected by the floods since midJune 2022 and a total of 85 districts have been labelled by the Government of Pakistan as ‘calamity-hit’, as of 17 October 2022.¹ According to the NDMA Daily Situation Report No.126, 24 districts in Sindh province are calamity-hit and an estimated total of 14,563,770 people are affected by the floods.

Contact

DTM Pakistan, iomisbdtmremapteam@iom.int

Methdology

Baseline Assessment

Iraq — Return Index: Round 16 (July-September 2022)

The Return Index is a tool designed to measure the severity of conditions in locations of return. Data collection for the Return Index Round 16 took place during the months of July, August and September 2022 across eight governorates, 38 districts and 2,191 locations in Iraq. During Round 16, an additional 26 locations of return were assessed.

Iraq — Integrated Location Assessment 7 (Informal Sites Assessment) (April-June 2022)

This report provides a detailed overview of the conditions faced by internally displaced persons (IDP) and returnee families residing in informal sites at the time of data collection of the Integrated Location Assessment 7 (ILA 7, April–June 2022). The ILA informal sites assessment was conducted in two parts. First, the location, population and shelter type of all informal sites were collected nationwide. Second, if the informal site had 15 or more families, a full assessment of the location was conducted, designed in partnership with the Cluster members of the Inter-Cluster Coordination Group (ICCG). In this report, data attributed to ‘fully assessed sites’ refer only to sites with 15 or more families.

The report concludes that families residing in informal sites face significant economic challenges impacting their ability to meet basic needs. Greater assistance and livelihoods programming are thus critical to support these groups. Additionally, the concerns surrounding water quality and waste collection highlighted in this assessment call for increased water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) programming in informal sites. Despite the challenges of living in these sites, most families intend to remain in the short term and remain undecided about their intentions in the long term, which points to a need for greater durable solutions programming. More broadly, further assessments and monitoring of informal sites should be conducted to better understand conditions and emerging trends.

Contact

DTM Iraq, IraqDTM@iom.int

Iraq Master List Report 127 (July- September 2022)

Since 2014, the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) unit in Iraq has collected information on internally displaced persons (IDPs) and returnees using a network of key informants across the country.1 Master List data are collected continuously and reported on a quarterly basis. Data for this round were collected from 1 July to 30 September 2022.

Contact

DTM Iraq, IraqDTM@iom.int

Madagascar – Baseline Mobility Assessment, Grand Sud (September 2022)

The Grand Sud of Madagascar has been affected by consecutive droughts during the rainy seasons from 2019 to 2021. In 2021, 36% of the Grand Sud was classified as severe drought and 1% as extreme drought. Nearly 1.47 million people were severely food insecure (IPC 3+) and four districts – Amboasary Atsimo, Ambovombe Androy, Tsihombe and Ampanihy West – were in IPC Phase 4 (Emergency).

The results presented below are the result of evaluations conducted in September 2022 in 20 municipalities: Ambovombe (Ambanisarika, Maroalomainty, Maroalipoty, Marovato Befeno, Sihanamaro), Tsihombe (Anjapaly, Ankilivalo, Betanty, Imongy, Tsihombe, Amboasary Atsimo (Amboasary Atsimo, Behara, Ebelo, Ifotaka, Sampoana), Ampanihy Andrefana (Amboropotsy, Ampanihy Andrefana, Androka, Ankiliabo, Beahitse).

Contact

DTM Madagascar, DTMMadagascar@iom.int

Madagascar – Evaluation de base des mouvements de population, Grand Sud (Septembre 2022)

Le Grand Sud de Madagascar est affecté par des sécheresses consécutives au cours des saisons des pluies de 2019 à 2021. En 2021, 36% du Grand Sud est classé en sécheresse sévère et 1% en sécheresse extrême. Près de 1,47 millions de personnes sont en situation d'insécurité alimentaire sévère (IPC 3+) et quatre districts - Amboasary Atsimo, Ambovombe Androy, Tsihombe et Ampanihy Ouest - sont en Phase 4 de l'IPC (Urgence).

Les résultats présentés ci-dessous sont le fruit des évaluations menées en septembre 2022 dans 20 communes: Ambovombe (Ambanisarika, Maroalomainty, Maroalipoty, Marovato Befeno, Sihanamaro), Tsihombe (Anjapaly, Ankilivalo, Betanty, Imongy, Tsihombe, Amboasary Atsimo (Amboasary Atsimo, Behara, Ebelo, Ifotaka, Sampoana), Ampanihy Andrefana (Amboropotsy, Ampanihy Andrefana, Androka, Ankiliabo, Beahitse).

 

Contact

DTM Madagascar, DTMMadagascar@iom.int