Nepal — Floods Displacement Report 1 (21–29 August 2017)

Out of the 5,072 displaced persons from 1,045 households and 18 sites covered by the DTM, 100 percent of sites are spontaneous settlements. There are no formal camps. Only 22 percent of sites have some form of site management committee. In Banke, 75 percent of sites have some form of site management committee and in Saptari 25 percent of sites has some form of site management committee. Only 6 percent of sites reported having no access to local health facilities/ services. The most commonly reported health problem is cough, skin diseases followed by diarrhea and fever. The most common type of shelter is makeshift/tarpaulin. It accounted for 67 percent of sites. The most requested NFIs are CGIs followed by blanket and mosquito net. 50 percent of sites reported having no treatment of water before consumption. 72 percent of sites reported having no toilets. 67 percent of sites reported having no system of garbage/waste disposal method.

DTM Nepal Round 9 Report – December 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).

DTM Nepal Round 8 Report – August 2016

From 25th July to 02nd August 2016, the DTM team identified and planned to visit 80 potential displacement sites across the affected districts. Of these, 65 were active and hosting 20 households or more in camp-like settings while remaining 9, were found closed or below DTM criteria (20 or more households). These 65 sites were hosting an estimated 4,024 households (18,292 people): 9,293 female, 8,999 male and 2,108 children under 5 years old.
Since the last round of DTM (Round 7), the number of IDPs has dropped by almost 17%.

DTM Nepal Round 7 Report – June 2016

From 9th May to 20th May 2016, the DTM team identified and visited 89 potential displacement sites across the affected districts. Of these, 78 were active and hosting 20 households or more in camp-like settings while remaining 11, including the biggest site (Gupse Pakha, Gorkha) where the government resettled 2,677 IDPs, were found closed or below DTM criteria (20 or more households). These 78 sites were hosting an estimated 4,628 households (21,315 people): 10,749 female, 10,566 male and 2,349 children under 5 years old.
Since the last round of DTM (Round 6), the number of IDPs has dropped by almost 19%.

DTM Nepal Round 6 Report – March 2016

From 22nd February to 6th March 2016, the DTM team identified and visited 107 potential displacement sites across the affected districts. Of these, 82 were active and hosting 20 households or more in camp-like settings while remaining 25 were found closed or below DTM criteria (20 or more households). These 82 sites were hosting an estimated 5,727 households (26,272 people). Of this population, 13,847 were female, 12,425 male and 3,394 were children under 5 years old.

  • 82 active sites hosting 20 or more households assessed between February 22 and March 06 in 12 districts
  • 26,272 people from 5,727 households were living in 82 sites hosting 20 or more households
  • 7 new sites had become active after Round 5 assessments and 25 sites which were active in Round 5 had been found closed in Round 6.

DTM Nepal Round 5 – November 2015

From mid-September through to 20 November 2015, the DTM team identified and visited 140 potential displacement sites across the affected districts. Of these, 100 were active and hosting 20 households or more in camp-like settings while remaining 40 were found closed or below DTM criteria (20 or more households). These 100 sites were hosting an estimated 8,207 households (40,706 people). Of this population, 20,690 were female, 20,016 male and 5,572 were children under 5 years old. Since the last round of DTM, the number of sites, IDPs and households has dropped by almost 30%.

  • 100 active sites hosting 20 or more households assessed between 27 October and 11 November 2015 in 12 districts
  • 40,706 people from 8,207 households were living in 100 sites hosting 20 or more households
  • 20 new sites had become active after Round 4 assessments and 40 sites which were active in Round 4 had been found closed in Round 5

DTM Nepal Round 4 – September 2015

From the mid-August through to 5 September 2015, the DTM team identified and visited 147 potential displacement sites across the affected districts. Of these, 120 were active and hosting 20 households or more in camp-like settings. These 120 sites were hosting an estimated 11,703 households (58,689 people). Of this population, 31,092 were female, 27,597 male and 6,423 were children under 5 years old.

  • 120 active sites hosting 20 or more households assessed between 18 August and 5 September 2015 in 13 districts
  • 58,689 people from 11,703 households were living in 120 sites hosting 20 or more households
  • 13 new sites had become active after Round 3 assessments

DTM Nepal Round 3 – July 2015

From the end of June through to 12 July 2015, the DTM team identified and visited 286 potential displacement sites across the affected districts. Of these, 107 were closed, 75 were hosting fewer than 20 households or dispersed next to their homes and were therefore not included in the assessments. In the 104 sites that remained active, the DTM team found 11,100 households (59,433 people). Of this population, 29,043 were male, 30,390 female and 8,376 were children under 5 years old.

  • 104 active sites hosting 20 or more households assessed between 23 June and 12 July 2015 in 13 districts
  • 59,433 people from 11,100 households were living in 104 sites hosting 20 or more households
  • 13 new sites in 7 districts were hosting over 200 households, representing 4,987 households (28,254 persons)

DTM Nepal Round 2 – June 2015

From the end of April through to 8 June 2015, the DTM team identified and assessed 409 displacement sites, which host 117,700 internally displaced individuals from 21,711 households across 15 districts. All displacement sites are spontaneous. This group of 117,700 people in displacement sites represents 4 percent of the estimated earthquake-affected population (2.8 million, OCHA).

  • 409 sites assessed since the earthquake on 25 April
  • 117,700 people estimated to have lived in 409 sites assessed
  • 77 priority sites of more than 50 households are hosting 49,118

DTM Nepal Round 1 – May 2015

On the 25th April 2015, Nepal experienced a 7.8 magnitude earthquake. The effect on the local population has been enormous. Many casualties, injuries and displacements are reported. On the 12th May another major earthquake struck, adding to the severity of the situation in Nepal.

  • Out of the 5783 IDPs and 53 sites covered by the DTM, 98% of sites are spontaneous settlements and 2% collective centres. There are no formal camps.