Assessment Report

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DTM Europe, DTMMediterranean@iom.int
Language
English
Period Covered
Jan 01 2023
Dec 31 2023
Activity
  • Survey

Key Findings:

  • Among respondents, 41 per cent are active (employed or unemployed), and 53 per cent are inactive (student status, parental leave, retirement, unemployment and not looking for a job).
  • Within active population, 64 per cent are employed and 36 per cent are unemployed.
  • Before displacement, 81 per cent were employed and 19 per cent were unemployed.
  • Top 4 sectors of employment includes: accommodation (13%), wholesale and retail (11%), education and science (10%) and human health and social work (9%)
  • Satisfaction with job and skills matching is higher among men (74%) than women (71%)
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DTM Europe, DTMMediterranean@iom.int
Language
English
Location
Lithuania
Period Covered
Jan 01 2023
Dec 31 2023
Activity
  • Survey
  • Flow Monitoring

This report is based on a survey of displacement patterns, needs and intentions conducted by IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in the 11 countries included in the Regional Response Plan for Ukraine in 2023: 6 countries neighboring Ukraine – Belarus, Hungary, Poland, Republic of Moldova, Romania and Slovakia – and other 5 countries particularly impacted by the arrivals of refugees from Ukraine since the start of the war in February 2022 – Bulgaria, Czechia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

The analysis provided in this report is based on annual data collected from March to November 2023

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DTM Europe, DTMMediterranean@iom.int
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English
Location
Latvia
Period Covered
Jan 01 2023
Dec 31 2023
Activity
  • Survey
  • Flow Monitoring

This report is based on a survey of displacement patterns, needs and intentions conducted by IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in the 11 countries included in the Regional Response Plan for Ukraine in 2023: 6 countries neighboring Ukraine – Belarus, Hungary, Poland, Republic of Moldova, Romania and Slovakia – and other 5 countries particularly impacted by the arrivals of refugees from Ukraine since the start of the war in February 2022 – Bulgaria, Czechia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

The analysis provided in this report is based on annual data collected from January to December 2023.

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DTM Europe, DTMMediterranean@iom.int
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English
Location
Latvia
Period Covered
Jan 01 2023
Dec 31 2023
Activity
  • Survey

From January to December 2023, Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) gathered information on the Needs, Intentions, and Integration Challenges faced by Ukrainian refugees in Latvia, conducting interviews with a total of 1,155 individuals throughout the year. This report explores the employment profiles and prospects of the adult respondents, with a special focus on those who have either expressed an intention to stay or have already established themselves in the country (N=171). These individuals, referred to as ‘stayers’ in this study, are actively investing their human and social resources to fully integrate into the host community. The report further narrows its analysis to a subset of 155 respondents who are within the working age bracket (18-64 years old), offering insights into their involvement in the labour market and detailing their experiences, needs, and intentions concerning employment in Latvia for the duration of their displacement.

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DTMUkraine@iom.int
Language
English
Location
Ukraine
Period Covered
Mar 01 2024
Apr 30 2024
Activity
  • Baseline Assessment

The Registered IDP Area Baseline Assessment provides granular data on the number and geographic location of officially registered internally displaced people (IDPs). This report assesses registered IDP presence at the hromada level, also mapping the recorded change since the previous round. 

The data collected for the Area Baseline Assessment Round 34 reflects the up-to-date local administrative register of the IDP population as of 31 March 2024, equivalent to a total of 3,387,291 registered IDPs. Registered IDP figures were collected for 1,098 hromadas (83% of all hromadas covered in Ukrainian government-controlled areas), across 108 raions and 23 oblasts. Data disaggregated by age, sex and disability status were provided for around 83 per cent of the administrative units covered. 

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DTM Sudan; dtmsudan@iom.int
Language
English
Location
Sudan
Period Covered
Apr 15 2023
Apr 04 2024
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Baseline Assessment

To mark one year since the outbreak of conflict in Sudan, this report analyses the evolution of displacement based on DTM data collected throughout the past year of conflict.

 An interactive Story Map presenting more granular data is available here.  

Key Findings: 

  • An estimated 6,657,550 individuals were displaced internally within Sudan since the start of the conflict one year ago, on 15 April 2023.
     
  • Approximately 2,044,248 individuals were reportedly displaced across borders into neighbouring countries.  
     
  • An estimated 13 per cent of the population in Sudan was displaced during the past year of conflict.
      
  • Over half (approximately 53%) of individuals internally displaced were children, under the age of 18 years old. Approximately 22 per cent were children under the age of 5 years old. 
     
  • Approximately 10 per cent of localities across Sudan experienced a population increase of 50 per cent or higher due to the influx of displaced individuals, exacerbating pressure on already-limited resources and services. 
     
  • Sudan hosted approximately 13 per cent of all internally displaced persons globally, and nearly 1 in every 8 internally displaced persons worldwide is Sudanese.
     
  • Approximately 28 per cent of displaced individuals were female children under the age of 18, who faced unique protection risks. 
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DTM Haiti, dtmhaiti@iom.int
Language
French
Location
Haiti
Period Covered
Mar 08 2024
Apr 09 2024
Activity
  • Survey
  • Flow Monitoring Survey
  • Flow Monitoring

Since end of February 2024, the security situation has deteriorated in the Metropolitan Area of Port-Au-Prince (MAPAP), the capital of Haiti. In addition to creating displacement within the MAPAP, generalized insecurity are pushing more and more people to leave the capital to find refuge in provinces, taking the risks of passing through gangs-controlled routes. In order to monitor these movements towards provinces and inform appropriate response strategies, DTM has launched data collection at several of the most used bus stations in the capital (see page 5 for more details on the methodology). In one month of implementation of this activity (since 8 March), movements of 94,821 people leaving the MAPAP have been observed  (see pages 3 and 4 for more details on their profile). The majority of them (58%) took means of transport heading towards the Grand Sud departments (Grande’Anse, South, Nippes and South-East). It should be noted that this region already hosts more than 116,000 people who had in vast majority, fled the MAPAP in recent months (see the report on displacement in the Grand Sud). Half of flows headed towards 3 main destination municipalities: Jérémie (in Grande’Anse), Les Cayes (South) and Léogâne (West).

It should be emphasized that provinces do not have sufficient infrastructures and host communities do not have sufficient resources that can enable them to cope with these massive displacement flows coming from the capital.

It should be noted that at the beginning of March, when the security situation worsened, people who were already internally displaced (IDPs) were the first to begin leaving the capital. Over time, more and more people who were not IDPs are also leaving: as of 10 March, 86% of people leaving the MAPAP were IDPs. One month later, this percentage dropped to 60%, while almost 40% were those who had never fled their residence and who decide to leave it and seek refuge in provinces. This further describes the deterioration of the situation in the capital, given that leaving the capital could be a relatively quicker decision to make for a person who was already displaced than for someone who was still in their residence and decides to leave it for seek refuge in provinces.

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DTM Europe, DTMMediterranean@iom.int
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Czech
Location
Czechia
Period Covered
Jan 01 2023
Dec 31 2023
Activity
  • Survey

K 31. prosinci bylo v Česku podle vnitrostátních orgánů registrováno 375,021 uprchlíků z Ukrajiny, včetně TCN, kteří požádali o dočasnou ochranu.

Tato zpráva, založená na analýze 5, 010 dotazníkových šetření realizovaných v průběhu roku 2023, vznikla s cílem blíže popsat jejich potřeby, záměry a integrační výzvy, kterým čelí. 

Detailněji popisuje následující oblasti: zaměstnání, bydlení, ekonomickou situaci a potřeby respondentů, přičemž zkoumá, jak se situace respondentů měnila v závislosti na délce jejich pobytu v Česku.

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DTM Europe, DTMMediterranean@iom.int
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English
Location
Czechia
Period Covered
Jan 01 2023
Dec 31 2023
Activity
  • Survey

As of 31 December, according to national authorities, 375,021 refugees from Ukraine, including TCNs, were registered in the Czech Republic and had applied for temporary protection.

The aim of this report, which is based on an analysis of 5, 010 questionnaire surveys conducted during 2023, is to explore their needs, intentions, as well as the integration challenges they face.

The following areas are elaborated on in more detail: employment, housing, economic situation and needs of the respondents. There is also an analysis of how the respondents' situation has changed depending on the length of their stay in the Czech Republic.

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DTM Europe, DTMMediterranean@iom.int
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English
Location
Estonia
Period Covered
Mar 01 2023
Dec 31 2023
Activity
  • Survey
  • Flow Monitoring

This report is based on a survey of displacement patterns, needs and intentions conducted by IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in the 11 countries included in the Regional Response Plan for Ukraine in 2023: 6 countries neighboring Ukraine – Belarus, Hungary, Poland, Republic of Moldova, Romania and Slovakia – and other 5 countries particularly impacted by the arrivals of refugees from Ukraine since the start of the war in February 2022 – Bulgaria, Czechia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

The analysis provided in this report is based on annual data collected from March to December 2023.