DTM Libya Baseline Assessment Round 40

URL: https://data.humdata.org/dataset/89d609ef-b8c0-47b5-91a6-fe29af7d147c/resource/ca6eccab-f1e7-483a-ae72-bff5e4bcbf94/download/hdx_dtm-libya-r40-public-idps-and-returnees-dataset.xlsx

This IOM Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) report presents the data and findings on internally displaced persons (IDPs) and returnees between December 2021 – January 2022, representing round 40 of the DTM Mobility Tracking in Libya. Consistent with the trend observed throughout 2021, in this round of reporting, the numbers of IDPs within the country continued decreasing, with a parallel increase in the number of returnees. As compared to 661,892 returnees identified in round 39, the number of those identified during round 40 increased to 673,554 individuals. This indicates a slight increase in the percentage of those returning (2%), accounting for a total increase of 19 per cent since October 2020 ceasefire in Libya.