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IOM EMERGENCY RESPONSE ACTIVITY REPORT 6-16 July

ASSESSMENTS: DISPLACEMENT TRACKING MATRIX

IOM continues to collect accurate displacement data on the ongoing displacement crisis through the implementation of the DTM and DTM+ by Rapid Assessment and Response Teams (RART). Forty-two IOM RART personnel in the 8 governorates most affected by violence and displacement, of a total RART team of 68 field staff, have been actively collecting data from KeyInformants (KIs) for the DTM+ since the beginning of June. As of 16th July, DTM field teams have identified 555 precise locations containing 60,958 IDP families in Iraq since the beginning of June, as a result of the crisis in the city of Mosul that very quickly spread to surrounding districts and several other governorates in northern and central Iraq. It is also known that an estimated 7,091 families have left their locations of displacement in Ninewa and are currently on the move. Some intend to return to their area of origin, while others are in transit to central and southern governorates, or to locations in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). This brings the total number of identified IDP families to 68,049 (408,294 individuals) in June and July 2014.
DTM+ assessments are ongoing and field teams will continue to update displacement figures and trends. For a more detailed account of this week’s DTM assessments, please refer to the accompanying DTM report: www.iomiraq.net/dtm-page iomiraq.net | iomiraqinforequests@iom.int

 

Operation(s)/ Webspace(s): 
Organization(s): 
International Organization for Migration
Original Publication Date: 
17 Jul 2014
Document type: 
Assessment Report
Location(s): 
Iraq
Theme(s): 
Needs Assessment
Coordination hub(s): 
Al-Sulaymaniyah ICCG
Duhok ICCG
Erbil