This Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) report provides a snapshot on spontaneous movements in Bama, Chibok, Dikwa, Damboa, Gubio, Monguno, Gwoza, Konduga, Kala Balge and Kukawa.
The objectives of the Village Assessment Survey (VAS) are to provide baseline data for mapping the basic needs and critical gaps in areas of high return and to share the findings with government authorities and partners for better planning, coordination and targeting of transitional and recovery activities. The sources of data used in the VAS are derived from four complementary and integrated questionnaires: Boma Questionnaire, Payam Authorities Questionnaire, Health Technical Questionnaire and Education Technical Questionnaire. A mixed methods approach of key informant interviews, focus group discussions (FGD) and direct observation is utilized to collect and triangulate data throughout the data collection process. The data collection teams conduct assessments in the locations of interest by physically visiting each of the Bomas, villages and health and education facilities.
DTM identified 8,414 affected individuals, 289 damaged shelters, 37 damaged latrines and 52 damaged shower points.
This Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) report provides a snapshot on Bama, Chibok, Damboa, Dikwa, Gwoza, Kala Balge, Kukawa, Konduga, Mafa, Maiduguri M.C., Monguno and Ngala. During the reporting period, DTM recorded the movement of 1,020 individuals in Bama, 536 in Dikwa and 771 in Gwoza.
DTM identified 4,346 affected individuals, 797 damaged shelters, 74 damaged latrines and 17 damaged shower points.
The movements recorded through the flow monitoring points during the reporting period were fewer than in the previous months. DTM recorded 4,687 outgoing and 7,304 incoming individuals observed at the two active Niger FMPs during the reporting period.
IOM conducted a biometric registration exercise in Guit town from 12 to 15 May 2017.The exercise was successfully completed with a total of 2,053 individuals or 598 households registered. More than 89% of the total registered individuals are from PoC in which they changed their cards from PoC to Guit town. IOM, UNOCHA, and NPA (Norwegian People Aid) engaged in a brief field visit and community consultation process with local authorities and community leaders before the beginning of registration. Guit town is the next GFD site for WFP and its partner NPA.
The vast majority of recorded migrants at flow monitoring points (FMPs) were young men (direct observation). Among the migrants, several persons under the age of 18 were identified. Some travel accompanied by adult legal guardians while others travel alone (unaccompanied and separated children). DTM identified 212 incoming individuals and 2,247 outgoing individuals recorded at Mali FMPs. 90% of identified migrants at the flow monitoring points were citizens of the following five countries: Guinea, Mali, Gambia, Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire. The majority of the migrants surveyed indicated their intention to travel to Algeria and Libya while 41% said they want to go to Europe, mainly to Spain and Italy.
The escalation of Boko Haram violence in 2014 resulted in mass displacement in northeastern Nigeria. To better understand the scope of displacement and assess the needs of elected populations in Northeastern Nigeria, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) implemented its Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) program in September 2014 in collaboration with the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and the State Emergency Management Agencies (SEMAs). IOM’s DTM is used in countries around the world to track displacement caused by natural disasters and conflict.