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Ukraine — IDPs in Municipality Oblast Zakarpatska (25 March 2022)

Starting on 24 February 2022, a large scale armed conflict triggered an unprecedented humanitarian crisis across all regions of Ukraine. Between March 9 and 16, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) conducted a rapid representative assessment of the general population in Ukraine to gather initial insights into internal displacement and mobility flows, and to assess local needs. While Displacement Tracking Matrix tools are being established, this general population assessment will serve as a preliminary source to identify areas with high humanitarian needs and to inform the targeting of response aiming to assist the conflict-affected population. The geographical scope of the assessment covers the entire territory of Ukraine, all five macro-regions (West, East, North, Centre, South, and the city of Kyiv), with the exception of the Crimean peninsula. The probabilistic sample, representative at macro-region level, was constructed through a random‐digit‐dial (RDD) approach, and 2,000 respondents aged 18 and over were interviewed using the computer assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) method. Those currently outside Ukraine were not interviewed. Population estimates assume that children travel together with their adult guardians. The estimates rely on the UNFPA population data for Ukraine, agreed upon as the common population baseline by the humanitarian community.

Contact

DTMUkraine@iom.int

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Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre — Cartographie régionale des mobilités (Janvier 2022)

Le rapport de cartographie des mobilites en Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre presente les tendances de mobilites et facteurs de migration au sein de la region de l'Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre (deplacements forces, transhumance, migration de main d'oeuvre, etc), soulignant la diversite et la complexite des mobilites dans la region. Le rapport se base sur les donnees recoltees au travers des outils de collecte de donnees de l'OIM et de donnes de partenaires tels que UNDESA, le HCR et les Ministeres de l'interieur. 

 

Cameroun — Cartographie des corridors et infrastructures de transhumance (Juillet 2021)

Dans le cadre du projet financé par le Fonds de consolidation de la paix des Nations unies dans l’Est, l’Adamaoua et le Nord du Cameroun : « Est, Adamaoua, Nord : réduction des tensions/conflits liés à l’utilisation des ressources naturelles dans le cadre des activités agro-pastorales » entre janvier 2020 et octobre 2021, l’OIM a conduit, à travers son outil de suivi de la transhumance, deux phases de cartographie des pistes de transhumance et infrastructures de transhumance dans les arrondissements cibles du projet, bordant le Tchad et la République centrafricaine :
• Bibemi, Rey-Bouba, Madingring, Touboro dans le Nord ;
• Djohong, Ngaoui, Meiganga dans l’Adamaoua ;
• Garoua Boulai, Ouli, Kette dans l’Est.


Cette cartographie a été conduite par trois partenaires de mise en oeuvre de l’OIM au Cameroun :
• L’Association pour la promotion de l'élevage au Sahel et en Savane (APESS) au Nord,
• CODAS CARITAS dans l’Adamaoua ;
• L’Association Mains solidaires (AMS) à l’Est.


La cartographie a été effectuée à partir des données déjà disponibles auprès du MINEPIA, issues du Livestock and Aquaculture General Census (LAGC) effectué entre 2013 et 2015. L’objectif général de l’exercice de cartographie était compléter et mettre à jour les données disponibles sur les pistes et infrastructures pastorales existantes dans les dix arrondissements ciblés et les mettre à disposition des acteurs de la transhumance et notamment du MINEPIA, partenaire principal du projet.

Contact

DTM Cameroon, DTMCameroon@iom.int

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South Sudan — Mobility Tracking Round 10 Atlas

This atlas contains a summary of findings form the tenth round of Mobility Tracking conducted across South Sudan through key-informant based assessment at payam and location level between November and December 2020. Mobility Tracking quantifies the presence of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and returnees in South Sudan in displacement sites and host communities. IOM DTM mapped a total of 1,710,966 IDPs (6% previously displaced abroad) and 1,734,329 returnees (34% from abroad) in 3,038 locations across South Sudan. 

Contact

IOM South Sudan DTM ISSDTM@iom.int

Regional Snapshot: The Middle East & North Africa - July 2021

The DTM Regional snapshot contains consolidated summary updates and highlights from DTM field operations. This document covers updates from the regional network of flow monitoring of migrants and the tracking and monitoring of internal displacement in the countries. It is published every quarter and covers the Middle East and North Africa Region.

 

Contact

Regional Data Hub, ROCAIRODATAUB@iom.int

South Sudan — Event Tracking (January - June 2021)

IOM's Displacement Tracking Matrix conducts a country-wide Mobility Tracking exercise in regular intervals to update a comprehensive IDP and returnee baseline. Click to access the latest Mobility Tracking dataset (3,038 villages/neighbourhoods and displacement sites).

In between Mobility Tracking rounds, DTM conducts ad hoc Event Tracking assessment in order to map instances of new displacement or return in short dedicated reports. IOM teams access iDP/returnee locations and consult local key informants including community representatives, local authorities or humanitarian partners and triangulate findings to provide partners with the most accurate as possible, actionable and current data. Complete dataset with location level information is available here.

Between January and June 2021, DTM reported on 268 spontaneous and 11 organized instances of population movement comprising of 411,105 IDPs (82%) and 90,764 returnees (18%) across ten states and Abyei Administrative Area. Localized conflict accounted for most displacement (60%), while further 20 per cent was the result of national disaster (flooding). Forty-four per cent of the IDPs were displaced by localized conflict to locations in Warrap, and 10 per cent in Upper Nile. 

Contact

DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int