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 Sudan — Monthly Factsheet (April 2017)

DTM Sudan registered a total population of 85,492 individuals. 10,229 returnees were registered in April, of which 4,385 were registered in Otash village, South Darfur and 5,844 returnees were registered in nine localities in North Darfur State (cumulative). 52,695 IDPs were registered in April, of which 85% were from the old caseload who were displaced during 2016 from Jebal Marra. 22,568 South Sudanese refugees were registered in April, of which 77% were registered in South Kordofan, while the rest were registered in West Kordofan.

Monthly Statistical Report on Returnees in N. Darfur – October, 2016

Since 2013, with full coordination with the Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC) in North Darfur, IOM established a tracking system to monitor the returnees movements in nine localities in North Darfur State (El Fasher – Korma, Dar el Salam, Kalimendo, Kutum, Mellit, Tawilla, El Tina, Kornoi and Um Buru localities). These localities are considered as high areas of returns during 2016; therefore, more than 60 enumerators were dispersed to visit over 1,400 villages on a regular basis to monitor the population movements to / from these villages. On average, each staff member is visiting 12 to 20 villages per month. Priority is given for the villages of high return.

Monthly Statistical Report on Returnees in N. Darfur – September, 2016

Since 2013, with full coordination with the Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC) in North Darfur, IOM established a tracking system to monitor the returnees movements in nine localities in North Darfur State (El Fasher – Korma, Dar el Salam, Kalimendo, Kutum, Mellit, Tawilla,El Tina, Kornoi and Um Buru localities). These localities are considered as high areas of returns during 2016; therefore, more than 60 enumerators were dispersed to visit over 1,400 villages on a regular basis to monitor the population movements to / from these villages. On average, each staff member is visiting 12 to 20 villages per month. Priority is given for the villages of high return.

Monthly Statistical Report on Returnees in N. Darfur – August, 2016

IOM Sudan established a tracking system to monitor the returnees’ movements in nine localities in North Darfur State (El Fasher – Korma, Dar el Salam, Kalmando, Kutum, Malit, Tawilla, Tina, Korni and Um Baru localities). These localities are considered high areas of returns; therefore more than 60 enumerators were dispersed to visit over 1,400 villages on a regular basis to monitor the population movements to / from these villages. On average, each staff member is visiting 12 to 20 villages per month. More priority is given for the villages of high number of returnees.

Elsalam Camp Overview – July 2016

Camp Overview:

Al Salam Camp was established in 2005 in response to the influx of internally displaced people from El Fasher, Kabkabiya, Kutum and Mallit areas in North Darfur and a few from Shearia in South Darfur. The camp is approximately 5 square km in size and is located 2 km south of El Fasher town.

DTM Sudan – Dashboard – January to June 2016

The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) is IOM’s primary suite of tools used to track and monitor displacement and population mobility in over 40 countries including Sudan. It is designed to regularly and systematically capture, process and disseminate information to provide a better understanding of movements and evolving needs of populations on move, whether on site or en-route. The DTM was implemented in Sudan in 2004 and has been collecting, analyzing, mapping and disseminating vital data and information ever since. It has been used in Sudan consistently since its inception as a registration, assessment and tracking tool, primarily to facilitate the targeted delivery of assistance to IDPs, refugees, returnees and other affected populations. Between January and June 2016 DTM registered a total of 309,594 individuals, including 164,626 old and new IDPs, 93,487 Returnees and 51,481 South Sudanese. All DTM registration and assessment exercises were jointly conducted in collaboration with Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC).

DTM Sudan – Dashboard – January to December 2015

The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) is IOM’s primary suite of tools used to track and monitor displacement and population mobility in over 40 countries including Sudan. It is designed to regularly and systematically capture, process and disseminate information to provide a better understanding of movements and evolving needs of populations on move, whether on site or en-route. The DTM was implemented in Sudan in 2004 and has been collecting, analyzing, mapping and disseminating vital data and information ever since. It has been used in Sudan consistently since its inception as a registration, assessment and tracking tool, primarily to facilitate the targeted delivery of assistance to IDPs, refugees, returnees and other affected populations. Between January to December 2015, the DTM registered a total of 143,760 new IDPs and 146,626 returnees in partnership with the Sudan Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC).