Cameroon

Updates

DTM Cameroon Round 11 Report November 2017

The displaced population is estimated at 335,016 individuals (241,987 IDPs,29,337 out of camp refugees and 63,692 returnees). 743 villages were evaluated including 14 new villages.

DTM Cameroon Round 10 – Return Intentions Survey

As part of its tenth round of the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), the International Organization for Migration (IOM) conducted a Return Intention Survey targeting IDPs

DTM Cameroon Round 10 Report October 2017

This report provides an overview of the situation in Cameroon’s Far North Region. Displacement is primarily driven by insecurity (in particular that linked to the

DTM Cameroon Round 9 Report August 2017

During this round of data collection, 3,589 households were surveyed across 497 villages (including 151 spontaneous sites) in a representative sample that accounted for three

DTM Cameroon Round 8 Report July 2017

4 052 households were surveyed and 180 sites were targeted in a representative sample that accounted for three types of displaced populations: internally displaced people

DTM Cameroon Round 7 Report March 2017

Population identified by the DTM Round 7 in March 2017 in the Far North region of Cameroon: 223,642 Internally Displaced Persons (39,002 households); 30,593 Unregistered

DTM Cameroon Round 6 – Return Intention Survey

As part of its sixth round of the Displacement Tracking matrix (DTM), the International Organization for Migration (IOM) conducted a Return Intention Survey targeting IDPs

DTM Cameroon Round 6 Report January 2017

Population identified by the DTM Round 6 in January 2017 in the Far North region of Cameroon: 191,908 Internally Displaced Persons (33,469 households); 23,430 Unregistered

DTM Cameroon Round 5 – Return Intention Survey

As part of its fifth round of the Displacement Tracking matrix (DTM), the International Organization for Migration (IOM) conducted a Return Intention Survey targeting IDPs

DTM Cameroon Round 5 Report October 2016

Population identified by the DTM Round 5 in October 2016 in the Far North region of Cameroon: 198,889 Internally Displaced Persons (35,630 households); 26,743 Unregistered

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Background

Since 2014, Cameroon has felt the effects of the insurgency of the Islamic State in West Africa (ISWA, formerly known as Boko Haram). The increase of violent attacks in Nigeria, Cameroon and neighbouring countries has led to the displacement of populations away from areas of conflict and violence.

The International Organization for Migration set up and rolled out the first round of the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in November 2015 with the objective of providing regular, accurate and updated information on displaced populations within the Far North region of Cameroon to better support the response of the Government of Cameroon and the humanitarian community.

IPs

IP: RESPECT CAMEROUN
Title of the contract: ECHO/-AF/BUD/2016/92008
Nature and purpose of the contract: Emergency assistance to Conflict-Afflicted Populations in Cameroon: Human mobility tracking.
Name of the contractor: Respect Cameroun
Locality of the contractor: Far North region (Mayo-Tsanaga, Mayo-Danay, Mayo-Kani and Diamare)
Amount of the contract: 58 344,983 EUR

IP: SAHELI
Title of the contract: ECHO/-AF/BUD/2016/92008
Nature and purpose of the contract: Emergency assistance to Conflict-Afflicted Populations in Cameroon: Human mobility tracking.
Name of the contractor: Saheli
Locality of the contractor: Far North region (Logone et Chari, Mayo-Sava)
Amount of the contract: 105 802,06 EUR