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In the first round of this DTM exercise, 137,136 displaced individuals (35,725 Households) are identified in 147 locations (109 sites and 32 host communities). Of these households, a vast majority (97%) have children. Most (92%) of identified displaced individuals live in a shelter made of straw or metal sheet.
This second DTM report for Chad provides an overview of the situation around the Chad Lake. The information has been collected between 15 November 2017 and 16 January 2018. Overall, DTM has observed a total of 137,136 displaced individuals: 121,325 internally displaced persons (IDPs), 15,131 returnees and 680 third-country nationals. 142 displacement sites have been evaluated, including 109 camps and 33 host communities. 100% of the displaced population stated that their reason of displacement was the armed conflict that is currently taking place in the region.
(This report is only available in FRENCH)
This snapshot provides an overview of the IOM activities in the Lake Chad Basin region. Displaced people are recorded in the following countries: Nigeria (3 million), Niger (252,000), Cameroon (396,000) and Chad (176,000). In total, 17,300,000 people are living in the affected area of which 2,200,000 are internally displaced people and 1,400,000 returnees. The map also shows the coverage of the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) and the location of IOM offices.
In the first round of this DTM exercise, 166,564 displaced individuals (39,166 Households) are identified in 147 locations (114 sites and 33 host communities). Of these households, a vast majority (97%) have children. Most (91%) of identified displaced individuals live in a shelter made of straw or metal sheet.