Biometric Registration

Nigeria — Biometric Registration Report Muna El Badawy Camp, Borno State (21 March 2022)

Following the completion of Biometric Registration at Muna El Badawy Camp in Jere Local Government Area (LGA) in the state of Borno, 5,799 households and 28,251 individuals were registered as per 21 March 2022,  the average family size in the camp is five individuals. Fifteen per cent of the families consist of 1-2 members, 33 per cent comprising 3-4 members, 31 per cent comprising 5-6 members, 15 per cent comprising 7-8 members, 5 per cent comprising 9-10 and 2 percent comprising of 11 and more members.

Additionally, return intention data was collected to ascertain if residents of the camp are willing to return to their locations of origin, remain in the camp or relocate to a different location.  More than 99 per cent of respondents are willing to leave the camp while less than one per cent are willing remain in the camp. Fifty-one per cent of IDPs in the camp are willing to return to their place of origin, 47 per cent are willing to return to place of habitual residence and two per cent are willing to relocate to a different locality (nearby town or state). 

Vulnerability data was collected to identify individuals who may require additional humanitarian assistance. Fourteen per cent of the registered individuals were categorized as afflicted by one or more vulnerabilities. Some of the vulnerabilities included breastfeeding mothers (56 per cent), pregnant women (14 per cent), special protection needs (13 per cent), single parent headed households (nine per cent), physically disadvantaged (four per cent), visual impairment (two per cent), serious medical conditions (one per cent), mentally disabled (one per cent), others less than (one per cent.) etc.

Contact

DTM Nigeria, AllUsersInDTMNigeria@iom.int

South Sudan — Biometric registration update: Naivasha IDP Camp (December 2021)

The International Organization for Migration's Displacement Tracking Matrix (IOM DTM) in South Sudan maintains Biometric Registration database in Naivasha IDP Camp. During maintenance IOM DTM carries out registration of newborn babies, replacement of lost cards, merging of households that have requested to be included in under one household and handling of referred protection cases from protection partners. In December 2021, the population of Naivasha IDP Camp comprised a total of 11,383 individuals (3,359 households).

Contact

DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int

South Sudan — Biometric registration update: Malakal PoC Site (December 2021)

The International Organization for Migration's Displacement Tracking Matrix (IOM DTM) in South Sudan maintains Biometric Registration database in Malakal Protection of Civilian Site (PoC). During maintainance IOM carries out registration of newborn babies, replacement of lost cards, merging of households that have requested to be included under one household and handling of referred protection cases from protection partners. As of December 2021, the population of the four sectors comprised a total of 31,094 individuals (9,032 households).

Contact

DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int

South Sudan — Biometric registration update: Juba Internally Displaced Person (IDP) Sites I and III (December 2021)

The International Organization for Migration's Displacement Tracking Matrix (IOM DTM) in South Sudan maintains the Biometric Registration database in both Juba IDP Site 1 and Juba IDP Site 3. During maintenance IOM DTM carries out registration of newborn babies, replacement of lost cards, merging of households that have requested to be included in under one household and handling of referred protection cases from protection partners. In December 2021 the population of IDPs in the two sites comprised a total of 31,401 individuals (9,297 households).

Contact

DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int

South Sudan — Biometric registration update: Bor IDP Camp (December 2021)

The International Organization for Migration's Displacement Tracking Matrix (IOM DTM) in South Sudan maintains the Biometric Registration database in Bor IDP Site. During maintenance IOM DTM carries out registration of newborn babies, replacement of lost cards, merging of households that have requested to be included in under one household and handling of referred protection cases from protection partners. In December 2021 the population of Bor IDP Site comprised a total of 2,687 individuals (1,047 households).

Contact

DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int

South Sudan — Biometric registration update: Bentiu IDP Camp (December 2021)

The International Organization for Migration's Displacement Tracking Matrix (IOM DTM) in South Sudan maintains the Biometric Registration database in Bentiu IDP Camp (previously Protection of Civilian Site - PoC). During maintenance IOM DTM carries out registration of newborn babies, replacement of lost cards, merging of households that have requested to be included under one household and handling of referred protection cases from protection partners. In December 2021 the population of IDPs in the five sectors comprised a total of 134,771 individuals (30,723 households).

Contact

DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int

South Sudan — Biometric Registration Services Beneficiary Satisfaction Survey (November 2020 - June 2021)

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) interviewed 5,059 households (HHs) representing 37,792 household members (average of 7 individuals / HH) to assess the beneficiary satisfaction among service-receiving IDPs during food distribution following the measures instituted since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of the previously used fingerprint authentication, beneficiaries’ registration cards were scanned to avoid close contact and maintain social distancing.


In June 2021, DTM targeted 250,566 households representing 974,956 individuals for food distribution verification in 19 locations across Central Equatoria, Jonglei, Unity, Upper Nile, Western Bahr el Ghazal and Abyei Administrative Area.

Contact

DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int

South Sudan — Biometric registration and cash assistance update: Raja Town (July 2021)

The International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) and Shelter and Settlement teams visited Raja Town’s IDP, returnee and host populations in July 2021 in order enable humanitarian access through registration and to respond to immediate shelter needs of returning, displaced and local communities. IOM DTM maintains a biometric registration database in Raja Town. During maintenance IOM carries out registrations of new born babies, the replacements of lost cards, merging of households that have requested to be included as one unit and the handling of referred protection cases from protection partners. In July 2021, IOM registered 6,827 individuals (2,000 households) categorized as 3,741 returnees (55%), 2,773 host community members (41%) and 313 IDPs (5%).

Contact

DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int

South Sudan — Biometric registration update: Wau Masna Collective Center (July 2021)

IOM DTM biometrically verified and registered new arrivals at Wau Masna Collective Centre bringing the total population to 3,445 individuals (903 households) as of July 2021. This exercise was prompted by monthly population counts that continuously showed the site's population to have decreased, reaching 2,732 IDPs in June 2021 which stood in stark contrast to the 10,997 IDPs that remained officially registered in the biometric database at the time.

Contact

DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int

Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre — Une région en mouvement: Tendances de mobilités en Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre (Janvier — Décembre 2020)

Le présent rapport vise à fournir un aperçu sur les tendances principales de mobilités de populations en Afrique de l’Ouest et du Centre en 2020. Il aborde la mobilité régionale selon deux grandes lignes : les déplacements internes et les flux migratoires. Dans chaque section, le rapport présente des tendances primaires de mobilités, les évènements clés, et les profils de populations mobiles observées en 2020. L’édition 2020 de ce rapport contient en outre une section qui examine en détail l’impact de la crise de COVID-19 sur la mobilité régionale.