DTM South Sudan Village Assessment Survey | March – April 2016

The objectives of the Village Assessment Survey (VAS) are to provide baseline data for mapping the basic needs and critical gaps in areas of high return and to share the findings with government authorities and partners for better planning, coordination and targeting of transitional and recovery activities. The sources of data used in the VAS are derived from four complementary and integrated questionnaires: Boma Questionnaire, Payam Authorities Questionnaire, Health Technical Questionnaire and Education Technical Questionnaire. A mixed methods approach of key informant interviews, focus group discussions (FGD) and direct observation is utilized to collect and triangulate data throughout the data collection process. The data collection teams conduct assessments in the locations of interest by physically visiting each of the Bomas, villages and health and education facilities.

DTM Libya Bi-weekly Displacement Event Tracker 1–14 June 2017

Published on a bi-weekly basis, the Displacement Event Tracker reports on incidents related to IDPs, returnees and migrants, especially in regards to large population movement updates.

DTM’s Event Tracker is sourced via DTM staff and partners and is triangulated with data collected through DTM’s Mobility Tracking and Flow Monitoring components. All data reported in the Event Tracker is considered as reported and validated in all final reports published by DTM’s Mobility Tracking and Flow Monitoring projects.

Libya — Detention Centre Profiles (8 June 2017)

This file contains Libya detention centre profiles for Abusliem, Al Kufra, Benghazi al Wafiah, Gharyan al Hamra, Mitiga, Salah Aldin, Shahhat, Tajoura, Tobruk, Toukra, Trig al Matar, Trig al Seka, and Trig al Shook. The displayed information concerns the detention centre, demographics and shelter, vulnerable populations, main nationalities present, and sectorial data (health, WASH, food, protection, site facility information, access to information and information sources).
Furthermore included are a full detention centre data set and map, a Migration Management Working Group map (4Ws), terms and definitions, methodology, enumerator guidelines and detention centre assessment form.

DTM Nigeria — Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) 6—12 June 2017

This Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) report provides a snapshot on Bama, Chibok, Damboa, Dikwa, Gwoza, Kala Balge, Kukawa, Konduga, Mafa, Maiduguri M.C., Monguno and Ngala. During the reporting period, DTM recorded the movement of 1,020 individuals in Bama, 536 in Dikwa and 771 in Gwoza.

IOM Return of Undocumented Afghans Weekly Situation Report (4—10 June 2017)

A total of 1,091undocumented Afghans spontaneously returned or were deported from Pakistan through the Turkham border (Nangarhar province) and Spin Boldak (Kandahar province) border crossings from 4–10 June 2017, according to the Border Monitoring Team of the Directorate of Refugees and Repatriation (DoRR). Of the total returnees, 1,004 were spontaneous returnees in family groups and 87 were deported individuals. This is a 42% decrease from the previous week and marks an anticipated decline for the holy month of Ramadan.

Somalia – Displacement Situation Report, Baidoa (May 2017)

Over the past six months, severe drought conditions have contributed to the displacement of more than a half a million people across the country. Baidoa town (Baidoa district, Bay region), currently hosts one of the highest caseloads of drought displaced people in the country. DTM recorded 142,475 IDPs in Baldoa town and 247 sites as of 17 May 2017. 47% of IDP settlements are spontaneous sites, 21% live with host communities and 32% stay in planned camps. 82% of IDPs originate from Bay. The most populated IDP site is Kerow Mirqa IDP. The report includes a map displaying settlement locations, age and population.