Event Tracking

DTM Sudan - Rainy Season Summary - May - September 2022 (Update 004)

The Rainy Season in Sudan typically occurs on an annual basis with greatest concentration between the months of June and September. In 2021, all flooding EETs were implemented between the month of July and September. In 2022, DTM Sudan first implemented its EET to monitor flooding taking place in At Tadamon locality, South Kordofan in May. The need for the implementation of a flooding EET this early in the year reflects the fluctuating raining patterns across Sudan, particularly across the water basins of the two Nile rivers.

The information provided reflects published data collected by DTM Sudan’s Emergency Event Tracking tool up to 8 September 2022. Data collection exercises covering the Rainy Season remain ongoing, with displacement data expected to increase dramatically as additional information comes in. Many localities remain inaccessible to the humanitarian community due to the extreme weather patterns. Data is expected to continue coming in from South Darfur state.

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dtmsudan@iom.int

Methdology

Event Tracking

Nigeria — Emergency Tracking Tool Report 292 (05 — 11 September 2022)

The DTM Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) is deployed to track and to collect information on large and sudden population movements, provide frequent updates on the scale of displacement and quantify the affected population when needed. As a sub-component of the Mobility Tracking methodology in Nigeria, ETT utilises direct observation and a broad network of key informants to capture best estimates of the affected population per location, enabling targeted humanitarian response planning.
Between 05 and 11 September 2022, a total of 1,902 new arrivals were recorded in locations in Adamawa and Borno States. The new arrivals were recorded at locations in Askira/Uba, Bama, Dikwa, Damboa, Gwoza, Monguno and Ngala Local Government Areas (LGAs) of the most conflict-affected state of Borno and in Fufore, Girei, Gombi, Hong, Lamurde, Maiha, Michika, Mubi South, Mubi North, Song, Yola North and Yola South LGAs of Adamawa State.
ETT assessments identified the following movement triggers: poor living conditions (488 individuals or 26%), military operations (387 individuals or 20%), improved security (350 individuals or 18%), seasonal farming (263 individuals or 14%), conflicts/attacks (146 individuals or 8%), access to humanitarian support (120 individuals or 6%), floods (78 individuals or 4%), family re-unification (41 individuals or 2%), and fear of attacks (29 individuals or 2%).

Contact

DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int

DTM Sudan - Rainy Season Summary - May - September 2022 (Update 004)

The Rainy Season in Sudan typically occurs on an annual basis with greatest concentration between the months of June and September. In 2021, all flooding EETs were implemented between the month of July and September. In 2022, DTM Sudan first implemented its EET to monitor flooding taking place in At Tadamon locality, South Kordofan in May. The need for the implementation of a flooding EET this early in the year reflects the fluctuating raining patterns across Sudan, particularly across the water basins of the two Nile rivers.

The information provided reflects published data collected by DTM Sudan’s Emergency Event Tracking tool up to 8 September 2022. Data collection exercises covering the Rainy Season remain ongoing, with displacement data expected to increase dramatically as additional information comes in. Many localities remain inaccessible to the humanitarian community due to the extreme weather patterns. Data is expected to continue coming in from South Darfur state.

Contact

dtmsudan@iom.int

Methdology

Event Tracking

Nigeria — North-central & North-west Flash Report 115 (12 September 2022)

On 01 September, 32 individuals from Ortese camp in Guma LGA were displaced to New Old Market camp in Makurdi LGA of Benue State due to fear of attack.
On 08 September, armed herders reportedly attacked Tse-Pevkyaa and Ortese communities in Nyiev ward and Yogbo community in Mbayer/Yendev ward of Guma LGA in Benue state. These attacks affected 1,111 individuals and led to the displacement of 1,103 individuals to Daudu host community in Mbawa Council ward of Guma LGA of Benue state. Eight fatalities and 27 injuries were reported.
On 09 September, flood caused by heavy rainfall was reported in the Mata Mulki community of Batsari ward of Batsari LGA in Katsina state. This affected 68 individuals and led to their displacement to neighbouring shelters.

Contact

DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int

Nigeria — North-central & North-west Flash Report 114 (05 September 2022)

On 26 August, flood caused by heavy rainfall was reported in Uban Doma community in Kalong ward of Shandam LGA of Plateau state. The flood affected 450 individuals, all individuals affected were displaced to neighbouring shelters.
On 29 August, floods caused by heavy rainfall were reported in the Sabon Unguwa, Kofar Arewa, and Marmara communities of Rimi ward of Rimi LGA and Lambobi Tudun Yanlafidda community of Katsina LGA, all in Katsina state. The floods affected 765 individuals in Rimi LGA and 30 individuals in Katsina LGA. These led to displacement of 795 individuals in neighbouring shelters in the communities.
On 30 and 31 August, floods caused by heavy rainfall were reported in the Kibiya community of Kibiya I ward, Shike Mai Dutse community of Kahu ward, Tarai communty of Tarai ward, Tarunu community of Fammar ward and Gidan Kamfa, Unguwar Mai Kwattawa and Gidan Liman communities of Unguwar Gai ward, all in Kibya LGA of Kano state. This affected 589 individuals and led to displacement of 584 individuals to neighbouring shelters. Five fatalities and 176 injuries were reported.
On 01 and 03 September, heavy rainstorms were reported in Leko and Mata Mulki communities of Dan Alh./Yan Gaiya ward of Batsari LGA and Danjaku of Danjaku/Karaci ward and Musawa communities in 
Musawa wards of Musawa LGA of Katsina state. The rainstorm affected and displaced 737 individuals to neighbouring shelters. Seven injuries were reported.
On 03 September, fear of attack led to displacement of 132 individuals from Dangani community in Dangani ward of Musawa LGA to Unguwar Amare community in Malumfashi ‘B’ ward of Malumfashi LGA in Katsina state.
On 04 and 05 September, floods caused by heavy rainfall were reported in Kaduna North, Kaduna South, Soba, Kudan and Zaria LGAs of Kaduna state. This affected 6,312 individuals and led to their displacement to nieghbouring shelters.

Contact

DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int

Nigeria — Emergency Tracking Tool Report 291 (29 August — 04 September 2022)

The DTM Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) is deployed to track and to collect information on large and sudden population movements, provide frequent updates on the scale of displacement and quantify the affected population when needed. As a sub-component of the Mobility Tracking methodology in Nigeria, ETT utilises direct observation and a broad network of key informants to capturebest estimates of the affected population per location, enabling targeted humanitarian response planning.


Between 29 August and 04 September 2022, a total of 2,986 new arrivals were recorded in locations in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States. The new arrivals were recorded at locations in Askira/Uba, Bama, Dikwa, Damboa, Gwoza, Kala Balge, Monguno, and Ngala Local Government Areas (LGAs) of the most conflict-affected state of Borno and in Fufore, Girei, Gombi, Hong, Lamurde, Maiha, Michika, Mubi South, Yola north and Song LGAs of Adamawa and in Bade LGA of Yobe State.


ETT assessments identified the following movement triggers: poor living conditions (915 individuals or 31%), military operations (537 individuals or 18%), improved security (340 individuals or 11%), camp closure (323 individuals or 11%), seasonal farming (294 individuals or 10%), attacks by NSAG (229 individuals or 8%), access to humanitarian support (139 individuals or 5%), family re-unification (123 individuals or 4%), floods (60 individuals or 2%) and fear of attacks (26 individuals or 1%).

Contact

DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int

Sudan — Emergency Event Tracking Report - Al Galabat Al Gharbyah-Kassab, Gedaref (Update 001)

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 Four), and activated on a need 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

DTM Sudan — Emergency Event Tracking Report - Al Fasher (Zamzam IDP Camp), North Darfur (Update 001)

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 Four), and activated on a need 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

Mozambique — Emergency Tracking Tool Report — 173 (24 - 30 August 2022)

During the reporting period (24 to 30 August 2022), a total of 38 movements were recorded - 22 arrivals (1,589 individuals), 5departures (293 individuals), and 11 returns (589 individuals). The largest arrival movements were recorded in Mueda (1,083 individuals) and Ancuabe (321 individuals). The largest departure movement was recorded in Mueda (241 individuals). The largest return movement were observed in Palma (294 individuals) and Mueda (243 individuals). Of the total population, 17 per cent of mobile groups were displaced for the first time, and 53 per cent for a second time and 30 per cent were displaced at least three times.

Contact

DTMMozambique@iom.int