DTM Afghanistan Round 2 Report June 2017

The DTM district-level assessment (B1) was conducted from 29 April to 11 May 2017 in six provinces: Baghlan, Balkh, Kabul, Kunduz, Paktia, and Takhar, covering a total of 78 districts. The DTM settlement (village) level assessment (B2) was conducted from 13 May to 22 June 2017 in nine provinces: Baghlan, Balkh, Kabul, Kunar, Kunduz, Laghman, Nangarhar, Paktia, and Takhar, covering a total of 3,920 settlements with existing target populations in 120 districts. The DTM activities in Kunar, Laghman and Nangarhar represent Phase 1 / Round 2 in follow up to the first round of DTM assessments, implemented in January – April 2017 in these provinces. Phase 2 / Round 1 was rolled out in Baghlan, Balkh, Kabul, Kunduz, Paktia, and Takhar in April – June 2017.

As of 22 June 2017, in the nine provinces assessed, the total number of Returnees from abroad is 1,471,388. There are 945,182 IDPs and 1,141,334 Returnee IDPs, who were formerly displaced. 658,743 left their places of residence and fled to another district or province (Fled IDPs). 454,054 individuals left Afghanistan for other countries (Out-Migrants). These displacements occurred between 2012 and June 2017.

NPM Bangladesh Round 2 Report April 2017

A total of 62 sites were assessed. 150,000 UMNs were identified in 2 upazilas of Cox’s Bazar district. An additional 500 households were reported to be residing in host communities that were not assessed due to limited access. Significant number of UMNs were reported to be residing in Chittagong Hill Tracts and Cox’s Bazar Sadar, which should be taken into consideration when estimating the total UMN population in the district and surrounds. Among those assessed, 79% are women and children.

Matriz de Seguimiento de Movilidad Humana – Honduras 2016

Con el objetivo de aportar herramientas al Estado para que las acciones, planes y políticas a favor de las poblaciones móviles sean sustentadas con información transparente, verificable y segura, el Organismo de las Naciones Unidas para la Migración (OIM) presenta la Matriz de Seguimiento de Movilidad Humana (DTM por sus siglas en inglés). Durante el período de agosto a octubre de 2016, la OIM implementó la DTM en el Triángulo Norte de Centroamérica para identificar municipios a priorizar desde la perspectiva de sus proveedores de servicios, a nivel gubernamental y no-gubernamental.

With the aim of providing tools to the state so the actions, plans and policies in favor of mobile populations be sustained with transparent, verifiable and secure information, the UN International Organization for Migration (IOM) presents the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM). During the period of August to October of 2016, the IOM implemented the DTM in the Northern Triangle of Central America to identify municipalities to prioritize from the perspective of service providers at governmental and non-governmental level.

Matriz de Seguimiento de Movilidad Humana – Guatemala 2016

Con el objetivo de aportar herramientas al Estado para que las acciones, planes y políticas a favor de las poblaciones móviles sean sustentadas con información transparente, verificable y segura, el Organismo de las Naciones Unidas para la Migración (OIM) presenta la Matriz de Seguimiento de Movilidad Humana (DTM por sus siglas en inglés). Durante el período de agosto a octubre de 2016, la OIM implementó la DTM en el Triángulo Norte de Centroamérica para identificar municipios a priorizar desde la perspectiva de sus proveedores de servicios, a nivel gubernamental y no-gubernamental.

With the aim of providing tools to the state so the actions, plans and policies in favor of mobile populations be sustained with transparent, verifiable and secure information, the UN International Organization for Migration (IOM) presents the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM). During the period of August to October of 2016, the IOM implemented the DTM in the Northern Triangle of Central America to identify municipalities to prioritize from the perspective of service providers at governmental and non-governmental level.

Matriz de Seguimiento de Movilidad Humana – El Salvador 2016

Con el objetivo de aportar herramientas al Estado para que las acciones, planes y políticas a favor de las poblaciones móviles sean sustentadas con información transparente, verificable y segura, el Organismo de las Naciones Unidas para la Migración (OIM) presenta la Matriz de Seguimiento de Movilidad Humana (DTM por sus siglas en inglés). Durante el período de agosto a octubre de 2016, la OIM implementó la DTM en el Triángulo Norte de Centroamérica para identificar municipios a priorizar desde la perspectiva de sus proveedores de servicios, a nivel gubernamental y no-gubernamental.

With the aim of providing tools to the state so the actions, plans and policies in favor of mobile populations be sustained with transparent, verifiable and secure information, the UN International Organization for Migration (IOM) presents the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM). During the period of August to October of 2016, the IOM implemented the DTM in the Northern Triangle of Central America to identify municipalities to prioritize from the perspective of service providers at governmental and non-governmental level.

DTM Haiti Round 28 – December 2016

On January 12th 2010, an earthquake of 7.0 magnitude hit Haiti, resulting in the destruction of more than 300,000 buildings and the displacement of 1.5 million people.
Following this destructive earthquake, and as the lead Camp Coordination/Camp Management agency, IOM took the initiative to develop a unified displacement data management process, called the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), a comprehensive, multi-sectoral tracking system, was applied as a monitoring tool to track the IDP population on basic conditions in IDP sites, and camp-like settlements in support of the Emergency Shelter and Camp Coordination and Camp Management (E-Shelter/CCCM) Cluster and other humanitarian and recovery actors in Haiti. IOM implements the DTM, in partnership with the Government of Haiti (GoH) through the Directorate of Civil Protection (DPC in French).

DTM Ecuador Round 1 Report May 2016

In response to the earthquake in Pedernales, Ecuador, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) is currently implementing the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM). DTM Ecuador is collecting information regarding the locations, the numbers, the needs and the vulnerabilities of the population displaced as a result of the earthquake. This first report of DTM Ecuador presents the main findings derived from the information collected in 76 sites hosting 10 or more displaced families in various regions affected by the earthquake. The evaluation was implemented in different cantons in the provinces of Manabí and Esmeraldas between the 4th and 7th of May 2016.

The assessment was carried out by three IOM mobile teams with a questionnaire administered to key informants in order to obtain updated information on the conditions of the sites where displaced persons are hosted. The unit of assessment is a site (i.e. camp, lodgings or collective centers, spontaneous sites and host families) and data from the Ministry of Social and Economic Inclusion (MIES) was used as the basis for identifying the sites on the ground.

The 76 sites assessed by IOM are currently hosting 2,989 families with a total of 11,274 individuals. As mentioned above, the number includes only families and persons in sites hosting 10 or more families. The number captured by DTM is, thus, smaller than the number reported by MIES and the estimates of the Ministry of Urban Development and Housing (MIDUVI) (based on an assessment of affected homes).