Nepal

Updates

DTM Nepal Round 9 Report – December 2016

From 28th November to 10th December 2016, the DTM team planned to visit 72 potential displacement sites across the affected districts including that of Dhading

DTM Nepal Round 8 Report – August 2016

From 25th July to 02nd August 2016, the DTM team identified and planned to visit 80 potential displacement sites across the affected districts. Of these,

DTM Nepal Round 7 Report – June 2016

From 9th May to 20th May 2016, the DTM team identified and visited 89 potential displacement sites across the affected districts. Of these, 78 were active

DTM Nepal Round 6 Report – March 2016

From 22nd February to 6th March 2016, the DTM team identified and visited 107 potential displacement sites across the affected districts. Of these, 82 sites were hosting an estimated 5,727 households (26,272 people).

DTM Nepal Round 5 – November 2015

From mid-September through to 20 November 2015, the DTM team identified and visited 140 potential displacement sites across the affected districts. Of these, 100 were active and hosting 20 households or more in camp-like settings while remaining 40 were found closed or below DTM criteria (20 or more households).

DTM Nepal Round 4 – September 2015

From the mid-August through to 5 September 2015, the DTM team identified and visited 147 potential displacement sites across the affected districts. Of these, 120

DTM Nepal Round 3 – July 2015

From the end of June through to 12 July 2015, the DTM team identified and visited 286 potential displacement sites across the affected districts. Of

DTM Nepal Round 2 – June 2015

From the end of April through to 8 June 2015, the DTM team identified and assessed 409 displacement sites, which host 117,700 internally displaced individuals

DTM Nepal Round 1 – May 2015

On the 25th April 2015, Nepal experienced a 7.8 magnitude earthquake. The effect on the local population has been enormous. Many casualties, injuries and displacements

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Background

The International Organization for Migration (IOM), as the Global Cluster Lead for Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) in emergencies induced by natural disasters, uses the Displacement Tracking Matrix as the main tool for tracking and monitoring sites and camps hosting internally displaced populations. DTM regularly captures, processes, and disseminates various layers of information to provide a better understanding of the evolving needs of the displaced population, their locations and movements.

In Nepal, DTM maps populations in displacement sites (including spontaneous settlements) across the affected districts and record their priority needs at community level, in order to inform camp management and site facilitation (where required), and the broader humanitarian response. In the second phase, more detailed information will be sought at household and individual level on the reasons why people are unable to return home from the displacement sites, in order to identify opportunities for durable solutions.