Burundi Displacement Dashboard 11

DTM Burundi identified 187,626 IDPs comprising 42,416 households. 81% of IDPs were women and youth under 18 years old, and 29% of IDPs were children under 5 years old. 7,384 IDPs (4%) were living in camps and displacement sites, 102,089 IDPs (54%) were living with host families, 33,259 IDPs (18%) were living in emtpy houses, and 44,894 IDPs (24%) were living in rented housing. 69% of IDPs were displaced as a result of natural disasters and 31% of IDPs were displaced as a result of sociopolitical issues.

Burundi Displacement Dashboard 10

DTM Burundi identified 189,000 IDPs comprising 42,565 households. 80% of IDPs were women and youth under 18 years old, and 30% of IDPs were children under 5 years old. 7,308 IDPs were living in camps and displacement sites, 104,118 IDPs were living with host families, 26,252 IDPs were living in emtpy houses, and 51,322 IDPs were living in rented housing. 123,510 IDPs were displaced as a result of natural disasters and 64,673 IDPs were displaced as a result of sociopolitical issues.

Burundi — Displacement Report Round 18 (September 2017)

This report provides an overview of the movements of internally displaced persons (IDPs) since 2013.  188,294 IDPs in 42,234 households were identified. 66% of IDPs were displaced as a result of natural disasters, while 34% were displaced because of the socio-political situation. The majority (53%) of IDPs were displaced in 2015, while 28% were displaced in 2016 and 14% in 2017. 56% of IDPs live with host families, while 27% lived in rented homes. 3% of IDPs live in IDP sites. 55% of IDPs are women, while 45% are men.

Burundi — Displacement Report Round 11 (July 2017)

This report provides an overview of the movements of internally displaced persons (IDPs) since 2013. The largest movement of IDPs took place in 2015: 21% of all identified IDPs were displaced during the period of January to April 2015 while 32% were displaced between May and December 2015.

Burundi Displacement Dashboard 9

DTM Burundi identified 191,806 IDPs comprising 42,859 households. 8,891 IDPs were living in camps and displacement sites, 106,755 IDPs were living with host families and 50,229 IDPs were living in rented housing. 126,314 IDPs were displaced as a result of natural disasters and 64,665 IDPs were displaced as a result of sociopolitical issues.

Burundi Displacement Dashboard 7

DTM Burundi identified 209,202 IDPS comprising 44,579 households. 8,745 IDPs were living in camps and displacement sites, 137,798 IDPs were living with host families and 62,659 IDPs were living in rented housing. 138,626 IDPs were displaced as a result of natural disasters and 69,734 IDPs were displaced as a result of socio political issues.

DTM Burundi – Round 11 – November 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.

DTM Burundi – Round 9 – September 2016

57,926 IDPs (12,254 households) have been identified by the DTM in September 2016 in the 7 targeted provinces.

The number of persons displaced by natural disasters has increased by 15% between August and September 2016.

Priority provinces in terms of:

  • Highest number of women and children – Rumonge
  • Least access to Revenue Generating Activities (RGA) – Rumonge
  • Highest rates of malnutrition – Ruyigi
  • Greatest number of IDPs displaced due to natural disasters – Cibitoke