Site Assessment

Philippines — Typhoon Haiyan Displacement Report (May 2014)

According to the Government of the Philippine’s Disaster Response Operations Monitoring and Information Center (DROMIC), some 4 million people were internally displaced from their homes due to the Typhoon Haiyan (local name Yolanda) disaster- over a quarter of the entire affected population of 14 to 16 million people. Six months on, while most displaced people have remained in their original homes areas or returned to them, more than 2 million people are still living without adequate shelter or durable housing. This includes over 26,000 displaced people still living in temporary or transitional collective displacement sites. Furthermore, an estimated 200,000 people are awaiting clarification on whether they will be permitted to return or to stay and settle in homes that may be categorized as unsafe due to their vulnerability to further storms and other hazards.

During the first six months since the typhoon made landfall, more than two hundred assessments and other reports have been published to inform the response to the situation. Without further filtering and analysis across this profusion of information it is difficult to know whether the situation of all displaced people and their differentiated needs have been included in monitoring and assessments used to guide government and humanitarian priorities. Where some displaced people are less visible, or their specific concerns have been poorly recognised, their displacement-related needs put them at risk of becoming increasingly vulnerable – including to further disaster and displacement. Progress towards sustainable solutions for all displaced men, women and children is key to the recovery and resilience of both the displaced and wider affected population.

This report draws together information from selected government and humanitarian sources to provide an overall understanding of displacement patterns and trends and of related needs and issues faced by displaced men, women and children in all geographical areas and settings. It aims to provide the Government, operational actors and donors with a more holistic understanding of the complex and dynamic picture of displacement involving multiple locations, phases and types of movement of people with different and changing needs over time. It also highlights apparent gaps in information and analysis that should be considered for increased attention to inform the on-going and longer-term process of achieving safe, dignified and sustainable solutions for internally displaced people.

Contact

IOM Philippines, IOMPhilippines@iom.int

إستبيان حول مقاصد نازحي محافطة مأرب (سبتمبر 2022)

أجرى فريق مصفوفة تتبع النزوح التابع للمنظمة الدولية للهجرة استطلاعاً عن مقاصد النازحين في 23 موقع للنزوح في مديرية مدينة مأرب في محافظة مأرب في الفترة ما بين 7 و 30 سبتمبر 2022. وبعد يومين من جمع المعلومات انقضت الهدنة التي بدأت منذ 2 إبريل 2022. وعلى الرغم من مضي نصف عام من الهدنة، إلا أن المنظمة الدولية للهجرة قابلت عدداً قليلاً من الأسرالتي تنوي مغادرة مواقع النزوح التي تم تقييمها. وهناك 61 موقعاً إجمالياً في مديرية مدينة مأرب، و 198 موقعاً في محافظة مأرب وفقاً لمعطيات كتلة تنسيق وإدارة المخيمات في اليمن.

وتمثل عينة الأسر التي شملها الإستبيان والبالغ عددها 2,227 أسرة ما يعادل 11 بالمائة من إجمالي عدد الأسر في المواقع التي تم تقييمها والبالغ عددها ( 21,014 أسرة ) مايعادل 14,784 فرد، وبمعدل 6.6 فرد للأسرة. ويبلغ متوسط عدد سكان الموقع حوالي 450 أسرة لكل موقع تم تقييمه باستثناء الجفينة الذي يضم 11,200 أسرة في الوقت الحالي. وقيم فريق مصفوفة تتبع النزوح ما معدله 12 بالمائة من السكان في كل موقع، بما لايقل عن 40 أسرة، وكان العدد الأكبر في الجفينة حيث قابل فريق مصفوفة تتبع النزوح 1,126 أسرة.

ويتابع فريق مصفوفة تتبع النزوح التابع للمنظمة الدولية للهجرة حالات النزوح الجديدة عبر أداة التتبع السريع للنزوح في 13 محافظة جنوبية تحت سيطرة الحكومة المعترف بها دولياً. وضمن هذا النطاق، كانت محافظة مأرب هي الأولى من بين المحافظات من حيث أعلى عدد للأسر. حديثة النزوح خال الفترة ما بين يناير وسبتمبر 2022 وسجلت المنظمة الدولية للهجرة 8,975 حالة نزوح جديدة للأسر خلال الأشهر التسعة الماضية، منها 2,350 أسرة (26%)  نزحت إلى مأرب أو داخلها، تليها الحديدة. (1,983 أسرة 22%) وشبوة (1,448 أسرة، %16).

Contact

DTM Yemen, DTMYemen@iom.int

إستبيان حول مقاصد نازحي محافطة عدن (اكتوبر 2022)

قامت مصفوفة تتبع النزوح التابعة للمنظمة الدولية للهجرة باستطلاع النوايا الحالية فيما يتعلق بعودة الأفراد النازحين داخلياً في 20 موقعاً للنازحين داخلياً في محافظة عدن في الفترة من 4 إلى 10 أكتوبر2022 . تقع المواقع التي تم تقييمها في مديريات دار سعد (8)، البريقة (7)، خور مكسر (2)، المنصورة (1)، المعلا (1)، الشيخ عثمان (1). كانت حالات النزوح الجديدة إلى محافظة  عدن وداخلها غير شائعة نسبياً في عام 2022، حيث شكلت 2% ( 200 أسرة) من جميع حالات النزوح الجديدة المسجلة عبر أداة تتبع النزوح السريع التابعة للمنظمة الدولية للهجرة: مصفوفة تتبع النزوح خلال الفترة من يناير إلى نوفمبر 2022 عبر المحافظات الخاضعة لسيطرة الحكومة المعترف بها دولياً.

وصلت ثلاث أرباع من الأسر في المواقع التي تم تقييمها بين عامي 2017 و   2019  (74%) وبلغت ذروتها في الربع الأول من عام 2018  بينما وصلت 16٪ من الأسر فقط منذ بداية عام 2020. وصلت معظم الأسر من الحديده (75%)  حيث بدأت معركة الحديدة في يونيو 2018 عندما شنت القوات اليمنية المدعومة من التحالف الذي تقوده السعودية هجوماً على الحديدة في مناطق سلطات الأمر الواقع. يمثل ميناء الحديدة منطقة ذات أهمية استراتيجية لكلا طرفي الصراع حيث يمثل نقطة عبور لـنسبة 80% من الإمدادات الغذائية والطبية والتجارية الأساسية لليمن. وعلى الرغم من المخاوف واسعة الانتشار بشأن نقص الخدمات الأساسية، فإن معظم الأسر التي تمت مقابلتها خططت للبقاء في مواقع النزوح الحاليه(41%) أو ذكرت أنها لم تقرر بعد(28٪).  كانت خطط البقاء في المواقع مرتبطة في الغالب بمخاوف أمنية. عبر عدد أقل من الثلث بقليل وجود خطط للعودة  (321%) ولكن لم يكن الغرض من هذه الخطط في الغالب أن يتم تنفيذها خلال الأشهر الستة التالية (63٪ ) من الأسر تنوي العوده ونادراً ما كانت تستند إلى تصور للظروف الأكثر أماناً هناك.

Contact

DTM Yemen, DTMYemen@iom.int

Yemen – Intention Survey Aden IDP Sites (October 2022)

IOM DTM assessed the current intentions of return of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in 20 internal displacement sites in Aden Governorate from 4 to 10 October 2022. Assessed sites were located in districts of Dar Sad (8), Al Burayqah (7), Khur Maksar (2), Al Mansurah (1), Al Mualla (1), and Ash Shaykh Othman (1). New instances of displacement to and within Aden Governorate were relatively uncommon in 2022, making up two per cent (200 HHs), of all new displacements recorded through IOM DTM’s Rapid Displacement Tracking tool during January to November 2022 across governorates under control of the Internationally Recognized Government (IRG).

 

 Three-quarters of households in assessed sites had arrived between 2017 and 2019 (74%) peaking in the first quarter of 2018 while only 16 per cent had arrived since the beginning of 2020. Most households arrived from Al Hodeidah (75%), where the battle of Al Hodeidah took place starting June 2018 when Yemeni forces backed by the Saudi-led coalition launched the offensive for Hodeidah on de facto authorities. The port of Al Hodeidah represents a strategically significant area to both sides of the conflict as it is a transit point for 80 percent of essential food, medical and commercial supplies for Yemen.

Contact

DTM Yemen, iomyemendtm@iom.int

Thailand - Multisectoral Assessment of Needs – TRAT PROVINCE

This factsheet aims to provide a snapshot of multi-sectoral conditions, needs and challenges among the migrant population in Trat province, Thailand as captured between August to October 2022 by IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix’s (DTM) multi-sectoral assessment of needs. The purpose of this assessment is to provide detailed multi- and inter-sectoral analysis of the magnitude and severity of needs among migrant populations, identify vulnerable population groups and geographic areas with the most acute needs, inform development assistance planning and relevant Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) targets, and provide sectoral and inter-sectoral baselines for future assessments.

The tool was developed with the collaboration of IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) and various sectoral IOM units, including Labour Mobility and Social Inclusion (LMI), Migration Health Division (MHD), Migrant Assistance and Counter-Trafficking Unit (MACTU), and the Emergency and Post-Crisis unit (EPC), among others. The survey is a household-level survey, but also includes sections for which the respondent had to answer on behalf of every member of their household (for example, the ages of all members of the household). DTM surveyed a representative sample randomly selected within the population of interest, which included Myanmar and Cambodian migrants in Thailand. DTM aimed for a 50:50 balance between female and male respondents. Answers from 2,318 respondents were analyzed. Counting all respondents and their household members, 5,760 individuals are represented by the assessment.

Contact

DTMThailand@iom.int

Methdology

Survey Site Assessment

Thailand - Multisectoral Assessment of Needs – TAK PROVINCE

This factsheet aims to provide a snapshot of multi-sectoral conditions, needs and challenges among the migrant population in Tak province, Thailand as captured between August to October 2022 by IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix’s (DTM) multi-sectoral assessment of needs. The purpose of this assessment is to provide detailed multi- and inter-sectoral analysis of the magnitude and severity of needs among migrant populations, identify vulnerable population groups and geographic areas with the most acute needs, inform development assistance planning and relevant Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) targets, and provide sectoral and inter-sectoral baselines for future assessments.

The tool was developed with the collaboration of IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) and various sectoral IOM units, including Labour Mobility and Social Inclusion (LMI), Migration Health Division (MHD), Migrant Assistance and Counter-Trafficking Unit (MACTU), and the Emergency and Post-Crisis unit (EPC), among others. The survey is a household-level survey, but also includes sections for which the respondent had to answer on behalf of every member of their household (for example, the ages of all members of the household). DTM surveyed a representative sample randomly selected within the population of interest, which included Myanmar and Cambodian migrants in Thailand. DTM aimed for a 50:50 balance between female and male respondents. Answers from 2,318 respondents were analyzed. Counting all respondents and their household members, 5,760 individuals are represented by the assessment.

Contact

DTMThailand@iom.int

Methdology

Survey Site Assessment

Thailand - Multisectoral Assessment of Needs –RAYONG PROVINCE

This factsheet aims to provide a snapshot of multi-sectoral conditions, needs and challenges among the migrant population in Rayong province, Thailand as captured between August to October 2022 by IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix’s (DTM) multi-sectoral assessment of needs. The purpose of this assessment is to provide detailed multi- and inter-sectoral analysis of the magnitude and severity of needs among migrant populations, identify vulnerable population groups and geographic areas with the most acute needs, inform development assistance planning and relevant Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) targets, and provide sectoral and inter-sectoral baselines for future assessments.

The tool was developed with the collaboration of IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) and various sectoral IOM units, including Labour Mobility and Social Inclusion (LMI), Migration Health Division (MHD), Migrant Assistance and Counter-Trafficking Unit (MACTU), and the Emergency and Post-Crisis unit (EPC), among others. The survey is a household-level survey, but also includes sections for which the respondent had to answer on behalf of every member of their household (for example, the ages of all members of the household). DTM surveyed a representative sample randomly selected within the population of interest, which included Myanmar and Cambodian migrants in Thailand. DTM aimed for a 50:50 balance between female and male respondents. Answers from 2,318 respondents were analyzed. Counting all respondents and their household members, 5,760 individuals are represented by the assessment.

Contact

DTMThailand@iom.int

Methdology

Survey Site Assessment

Thailand - Multisectoral Assessment of Needs –RANONG PROVINCE

This factsheet aims to provide a snapshot of multi-sectoral conditions, needs and challenges among the migrant population in Ranong province, Thailand as captured between August to October 2022 by IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix’s (DTM) multi-sectoral assessment of needs. The purpose of this assessment is to provide detailed multi- and inter-sectoral analysis of the magnitude and severity of needs among migrant populations, identify vulnerable population groups and geographic areas with the most acute needs, inform development assistance planning and relevant Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) targets, and provide sectoral and inter-sectoral baselines for future assessments.

The tool was developed with the collaboration of IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) and various sectoral IOM units, including Labour Mobility and Social Inclusion (LMI), Migration Health Division (MHD), Migrant Assistance and Counter-Trafficking Unit (MACTU), and the Emergency and Post-Crisis unit (EPC), among others. The survey is a household-level survey, but also includes sections for which the respondent had to answer on behalf of every member of their household (for example, the ages of all members of the household). DTM surveyed a representative sample randomly selected within the population of interest, which included Myanmar and Cambodian migrants in Thailand. DTM aimed for a 50:50 balance between female and male respondents. Answers from 2,318 respondents were analyzed. Counting all respondents and their household members, 5,760 individuals are represented by the assessment.

Contact

DTMThailand@iom.int

Methdology

Survey Site Assessment

Thailand - Multisectoral Assessment of Needs

This factsheet aims to provide a snapshot of multi-sectoral conditions, needs and challenges among the migrant population in Thailand as captured between August to October 2022 by IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix’s (DTM) multi-sectoral assessment of needs. The purpose of this assessment is to provide detailed multi- and inter-sectoral analysis of the magnitude and severity of needs among migrant populations, identify vulnerable population groups and geographic areas with the most acute needs, inform development assistance planning and relevant Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) targets, and provide sectoral and inter-sectoral baselines for future assessments.

The tool was developed with the collaboration of IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) and various sectoral IOM units, including Labour Mobility and Social Inclusion (LMI), Migration Health Division (MHD), Migrant Assistance and Counter-Trafficking Unit (MACTU), and the Emergency and Post-Crisis unit (EPC), among others. The survey is a household-level survey, but also includes sections for which the respondent had to answer on behalf of every member of their household (for example, the ages of all members of the household). DTM surveyed a representative sample randomly selected within the population of interest, which included Myanmar and Cambodian migrants in Thailand. DTM aimed for a 50:50 balance between female and male respondents. Answers from 2,318 respondents were analyzed. Counting all respondents and their household members, 5,760 individuals are represented by the assessment.

Contact

DTMThailand@iom.int

Methdology

Survey Site Assessment