Compilation/Overview

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

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

Republic of Moldova — Displacement Data Analysis on Third Country Nationals (as of 04 September 2022)

Since the onset of the war in Ukraine, people have been fleeing the crisis into Moldova and other neighboring countries. This report presents findings based on cumulative and daily registrations by the General Inspectorate for Border Police (GIBP) and movements of refugees and other third-country nationals (TCNs) entering from Ukraine to the Republic of Moldova from all Border Crossing Points (BCPs) since 24 February 2022 and exiting the country from all BCPs towards Romania and Ukraine, as well as via flights. In addition, this report presents data on those who entered and are still present in the country. 

Contact

DTM Europe, DTMMediterranean@iom.int

Republic of Moldova — Displacement Data Analysis on Third Country Nationals (as of 15 August 2022)

Since the onset of the war in Ukraine, people have been fleeing the crisis into Moldova and other neighbouring countries. This report presents findings based on cumulative and daily registrations by the General Inspectorate for Border Police (GIBP) and movements of refugees and other third-country nationals (TCNs) entering from Ukraine to the Republic of Moldova from all Border Crossing Points (BCPs) since 24 February 2022 and exiting the country from all BCPs towards Romania and Ukraine, as well as via flights. In addition, this report presents data on those who entered and are still present in the country. 

Contact

DTM Europe, DTMMediterranean@iom.int

Tchad — Evaluation des quartiers affectés par les inondations à N'djamena (Septembre 2022)

Les données présentées dans ce rapport ont été collectées du 30 août au 01 septembre 2022 dans 42 quartiers affectés par les inondations dans la ville de N’djamena.  L’objectif est de fournir un aperçu plus ou moins complet de l’impact des inondations dans les quartiers les plus touchés de la ville de N’djamena, en procurant plus de détails sur les populations affectées, leurs profils, besoins et vulnérabilités. 42 quartiers ont été évalués et 259 ménages affectés par les inondations ont été enquêtés.

Les évaluations ont ressorti que 9 103 ménages (44 829 personnes) ont été affectés par les inondations, dont 3 825 ménages de 15 792 personnes qui se sont déplacés dans des familles d'accueil et des centres collectifs, notamment dans les écoles. 

Les 1er, 7ème et 10ème arrondissement ont été les plus affectés. Au niveau des quartiers, les plus affectés ont été Harrandji 1 (situé dans le 7ème arrondissement), Ngonba (9ème arrondissement), Guinebor 1 et Ardep Timane (1er arrondissement) et Ndjari Kawas dans le 8ème arrondissement. 

Libya — Weekly Migrant and Host Communities COVID-19 Vaccination Update - Phase 3 (28 Aug - 3 Sep 2022)

As part of the third phase of the Libyan national COVID-19 vaccination campaign led by the Libyan National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), IOM and NCDC conducted awareness raising sessions on COVID-19 vaccines with a total of 1,143 adult migrants (1,134 males and 9 females) in urban settings in two municipalities. Additionally, 331 (330 migrants and 1 Libyan have received COVID-19 vaccination in urban settings in five municipalities during the reporting period (28 Aug - 3 Sep 2022).

Contact

DTM Libya, DTMLibya@iom.int

Methdology

Other

Afghanistan - RLS - Snapshot Report Round 6 (June - July 2022)

This report provides a snapshot of the sixth round of RLS data collection which took place from 18 June to 16 July 2022 among Afghan migrants who had returned from Türkiye or the EU between January 2018 and July 2021. A total of 587 returnees (509 from Türkiye and 78 from the EU) were interviewed over the phone across 98 districts in 17 provinces.

Contact

DTM Afghanistan, DTMAfghanistan@iom.int

Methdology

Other

DTM Sudan - Weekly Floods Summary (Update 002)

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, as well as climate change acceleration around the world.


The information provided reflects published data collected by DTM Sudan’s Emergency Event Tracking tool up to 31 August 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 Al Jazirah, River Nile, Kassala, North Darfur, South Darfur and Gedaref states.

Contact

dtmsudan@iom.int

Methdology

Event Tracking