DTM Libya — Baladiya Profile Generator (November 2017)

This is an interactive profile generator that displays snapshots of each of Libya’s 100 baladiyas gathered through DTM Libya’s Mobility Tracking assessments. Basic multi-sectorial data from the baladiya is presented in addition to data on IDPs, returnees and and migrants in the baladiya. To use the generator, select the desired baladiya from the dropdown list in cell E1 and the data in the form will automatically populate.

You can save each baladiya profile as a PDF by clicking on the “Export to PDF” button.

DTM Libya — IDP and Returnee Information Package (Round 14)

In September and October 2017 DTM Libya interviewed 1,353 key informants across 100 Baladiyas and 657 Muhallas. A total of 199,091 IDPs were identified. The threat of violence from conflict and the presence of armed groups was the main driver of displacement for 93% of the displaced population. 89% of IDPs live in self-paid rental homes. In addition, a total of 304,305 returnees were identified. The main shelter for 92% of returnees was their previous home.

DTM Libya — Migrant Report Information Package 14 (September — October 2017)

In Round 14 DTM Libya’s Mobility Tracking identified 423,394 migrants across all 22 mantikas (regions) in Libya. Migrants were identified in 99 baladiyas and 525 muhallas. The three main regions where migrants were recorded as present were Tripoli (18%), Misrata (17%) and Almargeb (11%). More than 38 nationalities were identified among the migrants, with Niger (19%), Egypt (18%) and Chad (15%) being the most represented. 62% of migrants lived in self-paid rented accommodation.

Flow Monitoring of Undocumented Afghan Returnees from Pakistan (5 — 11 November 2017)

Since January 2017, overall, 93,594 returnees have been reported returning through Torkham and Chaman/Spin Boldak. Between 5-11 November, 822 returnees were recorded. Main push factors are returning to home and economic, while the main pull factor was returning to own country.

DTM Mali Flow Monitoring Report No. 21

In Mali, the number of individuals observed at the Flow Monitoring Points in October 2017 was 6,809 (1,768 incoming and 5,041 outgoing), bringing the total since June 2016 to 60,131 (7,088 incoming and 53,043 outgoing). In October 2017, The daily average of observed individuals in October 2017 was 220 per day, a decrease of 4% compared to the previous month. Malian, Guinean, Ivorian, Senegalese and Gambian nationals accounted for 85% of all migrants recorded. 84% of migrants observed were men (a decrease of 5% since September), and 7% of migrants were minors. The majority of migrants indicated their intention to travel to Algeria and Libya, and 42% expressed the wish to go to Europe, mainly Italy and Spain. Algeria, Mauritania, Burkina Faso and Niger are the main transit points after Mali.

DTM South Sudan — Wiechjol Payam, Akobo County Intentions Survey and Multi-Sectorial Assessment Report | September 2017

DTM conducted an intention and a multi-sectorial needs survey in Wiechjol (Jonglei State) to create a prole of the displaced population. Focus group discussions and individual surveys showed that IDPs within the host community at locations up to four hours walk from the centre of Wiechjol; There are no health facilities at all six IDPs sites (the closest functioning health facility is located 11 hours away on foot in Lankien); There are boreholes at four out of six of the assessed IDPs sites (no boreholes in Donykhan and Pangaw); Stagnant water is used for drinking, cooking and washing; and Wiechjol is the only village with a functioning school, which is up to four hours away from the other five locations.

DTM Nigeria — Emergency Tracking Tool Report 39 (8—13 November 2017)

DTM Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) was deployed to track and provide up to date information on sudden displacement and population movements in: Askira, Bama, Chibok, Damboa, Dikwa, Gubio, Gwoza, Jere, Kaga, Kala/Balge, Konduga, Kukawa, Mafa, Maiduguri, Monguno, Ngala and Hong in Borno State and Madagali, Michika, Mubi North and Mubi South in Adamawa State.

Haiti — Border Monitoring Sitrep Haiti (28 September 2017)

The Border Monitoring Network focuses on the identification and profiling of persons crossing the Dominican-Haiti border as well as supporting the management and provision of assistance to vulnerable individuals. During the reporting period 2,341 individuals were observed crossing into Haiti. This is below the average of 1,882 per week. A total of 2,924 individuals were officially deported in that same period.. This constitutes a 56% decrease compared to the previous reporting period. This decrease can be attributed to the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, which has greatly affected the Northern part of the Dominican Republic.