DTM Dominica Preliminary Report on Schools (14 October 2017)

The country of Dominica has been devastated by the passage of Hurricane Maria. The hurricane made landfall on the island on 18 September 2017 as category 5 hurricane, causing the death of approximately 26 persons and extensive damage to buildings and infrastructure. As per an aerial survey from the Pacific Disaster Centre of 6,770 of the 26,085 buildings in the country, 67% of buildings were damaged (moderately or severely) and 23% were destroyed. Many families who took refuge in pre-identified evacuation shelters (hereafter referred to as collective centers) across the country prior to and during the hurricane still reside in these centers.

To identify the existing collective centers and monitor displacement across the country, IOM established its Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in Dominica. The DTM aims to track population movement in Dominica through a set of tools including observation, cartography, key informant interviews, and physical counting. Preliminary site verifications of collective centers were completed on 6 October, compiling data gathered by the government as well as assessments by IOM teams, starting with the 143 official centres and expanding to new, unofficial collective centres. Rapid site assessments began on 11 October 2017. Assessments are ongoing with the first round of DTM to be published by 21 October 2017.

Dominica — Event Tracking Report 1 (2 October 2017)

This document provides a snapshot of the current situation in the area of Dominica’s capital Roseau, following Hurricane Maria which made landfall on the island on 19 September 2017. Before Hurricane Maria, a list had been provided by the Dominican government to redirect displaced individuals to 143 shelter sites. Out of these pre-determined sites, a total of 14 shelter sites, all situated in the Roseau area, were visited and assessed on 27 and 28 September 2017. While three were closed due to damages, the remaining 11 shelters were functioning and hosting a total of 407 people. All of the shelters are collective centers that receive private donations, mainly churches, community centers and schools.

Dominica — (Parishes) Hurricane Maria Shelter Overview (01 October 2017)

Following Hurricane Maria, the map provides an overview of emergency shelters in Dominica as of 01 October 2017, including in Saint Andrew Parish, Saint David Parish, Saint George Parish, Saint John Parish, Saint Luke Parish, Saint Mark Parish, Saint Patrick Parish, Saint Paul Parish and Saint Peter Parish.

Haiti — Border Monitoring Sitrep Haiti (27 April 2017)

During the reporting period 1,858 individuals were observed crossing the border into Haitian territory, of theses 1,028 were voluntarily registered. 28 unaccompanied minors were identified, of these 12 had officially been deported into Haitian territory. 1, 019 individuals claimed to have returned voluntarily and 190 individuals claimed to have been deported. A reported 659 individuals were officially deported.

Matriz de Seguimiento de Movilidad Humana – Honduras 2016

Con el objetivo de aportar herramientas al Estado para que las acciones, planes y políticas a favor de las poblaciones móviles sean sustentadas con información transparente, verificable y segura, el Organismo de las Naciones Unidas para la Migración (OIM) presenta la Matriz de Seguimiento de Movilidad Humana (DTM por sus siglas en inglés). Durante el período de agosto a octubre de 2016, la OIM implementó la DTM en el Triángulo Norte de Centroamérica para identificar municipios a priorizar desde la perspectiva de sus proveedores de servicios, a nivel gubernamental y no-gubernamental.

With the aim of providing tools to the state so the actions, plans and policies in favor of mobile populations be sustained with transparent, verifiable and secure information, the UN International Organization for Migration (IOM) presents the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM). During the period of August to October of 2016, the IOM implemented the DTM in the Northern Triangle of Central America to identify municipalities to prioritize from the perspective of service providers at governmental and non-governmental level.

Matriz de Seguimiento de Movilidad Humana – Guatemala 2016

Con el objetivo de aportar herramientas al Estado para que las acciones, planes y políticas a favor de las poblaciones móviles sean sustentadas con información transparente, verificable y segura, el Organismo de las Naciones Unidas para la Migración (OIM) presenta la Matriz de Seguimiento de Movilidad Humana (DTM por sus siglas en inglés). Durante el período de agosto a octubre de 2016, la OIM implementó la DTM en el Triángulo Norte de Centroamérica para identificar municipios a priorizar desde la perspectiva de sus proveedores de servicios, a nivel gubernamental y no-gubernamental.

With the aim of providing tools to the state so the actions, plans and policies in favor of mobile populations be sustained with transparent, verifiable and secure information, the UN International Organization for Migration (IOM) presents the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM). During the period of August to October of 2016, the IOM implemented the DTM in the Northern Triangle of Central America to identify municipalities to prioritize from the perspective of service providers at governmental and non-governmental level.

Matriz de Seguimiento de Movilidad Humana – El Salvador 2016

Con el objetivo de aportar herramientas al Estado para que las acciones, planes y políticas a favor de las poblaciones móviles sean sustentadas con información transparente, verificable y segura, el Organismo de las Naciones Unidas para la Migración (OIM) presenta la Matriz de Seguimiento de Movilidad Humana (DTM por sus siglas en inglés). Durante el período de agosto a octubre de 2016, la OIM implementó la DTM en el Triángulo Norte de Centroamérica para identificar municipios a priorizar desde la perspectiva de sus proveedores de servicios, a nivel gubernamental y no-gubernamental.

With the aim of providing tools to the state so the actions, plans and policies in favor of mobile populations be sustained with transparent, verifiable and secure information, the UN International Organization for Migration (IOM) presents the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM). During the period of August to October of 2016, the IOM implemented the DTM in the Northern Triangle of Central America to identify municipalities to prioritize from the perspective of service providers at governmental and non-governmental level.

DTM Haiti Round 28 – December 2016

On January 12th 2010, an earthquake of 7.0 magnitude hit Haiti, resulting in the destruction of more than 300,000 buildings and the displacement of 1.5 million people.
Following this destructive earthquake, and as the lead Camp Coordination/Camp Management agency, IOM took the initiative to develop a unified displacement data management process, called the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), a comprehensive, multi-sectoral tracking system, was applied as a monitoring tool to track the IDP population on basic conditions in IDP sites, and camp-like settlements in support of the Emergency Shelter and Camp Coordination and Camp Management (E-Shelter/CCCM) Cluster and other humanitarian and recovery actors in Haiti. IOM implements the DTM, in partnership with the Government of Haiti (GoH) through the Directorate of Civil Protection (DPC in French).