Central African Republic

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(Français) République Centrafricaine – Profils de site, Bangui, Bambari, Bimbo et Boda (Mai 2017)

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(Français) République Centrafricaine – Rapport: Profil de Déplacement, Bangassou (30 Mai 2017)

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(Français) République Centrafricaine – Résumé de Profils de Quartiers, Bangassou (25 Mai 2017)

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(Français) République Centrafricaine – Profils de Quartiers, Bangassou (24 Mai 2017)

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(Français) République Centrafricaine – Profil de Déplacement Bangassou, 2. édition (23 Mai 2017)

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Central African Republic — Displacement Profile Bangassou (22 May 2017)

As of 13 May 2017 the town of Bangassou, in south-eastern Central African Republic, has been experiencing violence and tensions. DTM collected data from 22

Central African Republic — Profile of PK5 Neighborhoods (4 April—10 May 2017)

DTM carried out assessments in PK5 (Bangui), which continues to host a significant number of people affected by the conflict. The assessments were conducted between

DTM CAR Intentions of Return Survey Report March 2016

DTM CAR Intentions of Return Survey Report September 2015

DTM CAR IDP Situation in Bangui Report September 2014

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Background

In response to the sectarian and inter-communal violence that erupted in December 2013 in the Central African Republic, and subsequent displacement of persons, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) rolled out its Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM). DTM in the Central African Republic collects key information on internally displaced persons (IDPs) and returnees through different components and methodologies throughout the country.Information collected include the location, numbers, periods of displacement, area of origin, needs and vulnerabilities of the population displaced as well as services available and return intentions.While DTM rounds are implemented on a monthly basis, enumerators are also deployed in instances of new displacement to conduct rapid assessments and inform humanitarian partners in a timely manner.