Migrant Flow Monitoring Report – August 2017

By the end of 2016, IOM began the implementation of Flow Monitoring (FM) assessments as part of DTM activities in order to monitor the human mobility of other country nationals in Yemen. The objective of this report is to present the findings of the FM assessments with the aim to better inform the humanitarian community and those responding in the region.

FM is an exercise through which DTM monitors trends in mobility into, out of, and within a country or region. Enumerators are deployed to pre-identified entry, exit and transit locations (Flow Monitoring Points, FMPs) where a diverse network of key informants provide information which is collected through assessments.

The findings in this report are based on data collection which took place between 1 —20 May 2017 (round 5) and 1—20 June 2017 (round 6).

 

DTM Libya — Baladiya Profile Generator (August 2017)

This is an interactive profile generator that displays snapshots of each of Libya’s 100 baladiyas gathered through DTM Libya’s Mobility Tracking assessments. Basic multisectorial data on the baladiya is presented in addition to data on IDPs, returnees and and migrants in the baladiya. To use the generator, select the desired baladiya from the dropdown list in cell E1 and the data in the form will automatically populate.

You can save each baladiya profile as a PDF by clicking on the “Export to PDF” button.

DTM Libya Bi-weekly Displacement Event Tracker 24 July — 8 August 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.

DTM Libya — IDP and Returnee Information Package (Round 11)

From May to June 2017 DTM Libya interviewed 1,198 key informants across 100 Baladiyas and 657 Muhallas. A total of 226,164 IDPs were identified. The threat of violence from conflict and the presence of armed groups was the main driver of displacement for 93% of the displaced population.

DTM Sudan — Monthly Factsheet (July 207)

The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) is IOM’s primary suite of tools used to track and monitor displacement and population mobility in over 60 countries around the world including Sudan. During the month of July 2017, IOM DTM teams conducted 29 field missions, covering about 70 sites/villages, to register and verify different caseloads of IDPs, returnees, refugees and affected host communities in the states of North Darfur, South Darfur, West Darfur, South Kordofan, and West Kordofan. A total of 15,819 individuals were registered during these missions. Additionally, the DTM teams tracked 1,747 individuals arriving at different localities in South Kordofan and 232 individuals in Abyei. In addition, 12,764 returnees were registered in North Darfur since January 2017. All DTM activities are conducted in collaboration with the Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC), the Area / Humanitarian Country Team (A/HCT) and partners on the ground.

DTM Sudan — Monthly Factsheet (June 2017)

During the month of June 2017, IOM DTM teams conducted 4 field missions, covering 9 sites/villages, to register and verify different caseloads of IDPs, returnees, refugees and affected host communi􀆟es in the states of North Darfur, Central Darfur, South Darfur and South Kordofan. A total of 12,808 individuals were registered during these missions. Addi􀆟onally, the DTM teams tracked 748 individuals arriving at different locali􀆟es in South Kordofan State. In addi􀆟on, 14,587 returnees have been registered in North Darfur since January 2017.

DTM Libya Bi-weekly Displacement Event Tracker 1—18 July 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.

DTM Yemen – TFPM 15th Report – July 2017

The Task Force for Population Movement (TFPM), co-led by IOM and UNHCR is a Technical Working Group of the Yemen Protection Cluster. The TFPM implements an information management tool that gathers data on the status and location of displaced persons across Yemen.

As of 01 June 2017, the TFPM has identified, 1,980,510 internally displaced persons (IDPs) (330,085 households) who have been displaced due to conflict since March 2015, dispersed across 21 governorates. For the same period, the TFPM has identified 946,044 returnees (157,674 households), across 20 governorates. As a result, 10.4% of the total population of Yemen has experienced the shock of displacement due to conflict in the last 26 months.

 

DTM Libya — Migrant Report Information Package 10 (April — May 2017)

During this round of data collection DTM identified 393,652 migrants across 494 Muhallas and 100 Baladiyas. 20% of the migrant population was identified in Misrata, 15% in Tripoli and 11% in Almargeb, these represent the locations at which the most migrants were identified in this round. The main nationalities identified amongst migrants in this round were Egyptians (21%), Nigeriens (18%) and Chadians (14%).

DTM Libya — Flow Monitoring Information Package (16 April—31 May 2017)

During the reporting period DTM Libya observed 9,321 arrivals and 11,229 departures. Amongst both the arriving and departing populations the main nationalities were Egyptians, Nigerians and Nigeriens. Libya, Italy and Germany were cited as the main countries of destination for both arriving and departing migrants.