In recent months, the Bubanza province has been hit by a drought that has destroyed several fields, causing a severe food insecurity. The Gihanga commune and part of the Mpanda commune have been most affected throughout the province.
The escalation of Boko Haram violence in 2014 resulted in mass displacement in northeastern Nigeria. To better understand the scope of displacement and assess the needs of elected populations in Northeastern Nigeria, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) implemented its Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) program in September 2014 in collaboration with the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and the State Emergency Management Agencies (SEMAs). IOM’s DTM is used in countries around the world to track displacement caused by natural disasters and conflict.
Since the beginning of 2016, over 250,000 undocumented Afghans have returned from Pakistan. Many of those returning have lived outside of Afghanistan for decades, and will need support from the government and humanitarian actors both on arrival and as they seek to reintegrate into a country already struggling with widespread conflict and displacement.
Undocumented Afghans spontaneously returned or were deported from Pakistan through Torkham border (Nangarhar province) and Spin Boldak border (Kandahar province), according to the Border Monitoring Team of the Directorate of Refugees and Repatriation (DoRR).
Round III of DTM captured information on variables about the population of concern, disaggregated at the settlement level. As the DTM progresses over time, staff learn how to improve consistency in data collection and sources to rely on.
This report contains an overview of the findings collected at flow monitoring points in Niger during the reporting period of 1 December – 30 December 2016.
This assessment includes the DTM data in 11 provinces in Burundi: Makamba, Kirundo, Rutana, Ruyigi, Muyinga, Rumonge, Cibitoke, Bujumbura rural, Gitega, Buhanza and Cankuzo.The results presented in this report are issued from data collected by the Burundian Red Cross, in coordination with IOM’s DTM team in November 2016.
From 28th November to 10th December 2016, the DTM team planned to visit 72 potential displacement sites across the affected districts including that of Dhading district. Of these, 65 were active and hosting 20 households or more in camp-like settings while remaining 7, were found closed or below DTM criteria (20 or more households).