A total of 28 collective sites and 99 locations with dispersed setting in host communities were assessed between 30 September and 9 October 2017. 607,735 Rohingyas were identified in Cox’s Bazar District. Among those assessed, 51% are women and girls. A total of 582,140 individuals have arrived since 25 August 2017, including 61,516 who arrived after 20 September.
This report provides an overview of the situation in Cameroon’s Far North Region. Displacement is primarily driven by insecurity (in particular that linked to the activity armed extremist groups), and in a lesser measure by climatic events. The information presented in the report was collected from displaced individuals, with the agreement and support of local authorities, in the period ranging from 7-18 August 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.
This file contains Libya detention centre profiles for Abusliem, Al Kufra, Benghazi al Wafiah, Gharyan al Hamra, Shahhat, Tajoura, Trig al Matar, Trig al Seka and Zilten. The displayed information concerns the detention centre, demographics and shelter, vulnerable populations, main nationalities present, and sectorial data (health, WASH, food, protection, site facility information, access to information and information sources).
Furthermore included are a full detention centre data set and map, a Migration Management Working Group map (4Ws), terms and definitions, methodology, enumerator guidelines and detention centre assessment form.
Following Hurricane Maria, the map provides an overview of emergency shelters in Dominica as of 02 October 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.
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.
NPM recorded 429,308 total new arrivals since 25 August 2017 and 18,808 total new arrivals since 20 September 2017. Walking and boats were the most common modes of transport recorded across the 10 assessed flow monitoring points during the reporting period.
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.
IOM conducts flow monitoring at various cross border points, transit areas, PoCs, and IDP Collective sites across South Sudan. Flow monitoring captures the movement dynamics of the displaced population in the country.