South and central Iraq - profiling exercise

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Source Ministry of Displacement and Migration (MoDM) Iraq, UNHCR Iraq
Date of Dataset May 01, 2016-October 31, 2016
Updated 14 October 2019
Expected Update Frequency Never
Field Names Education, Future intentions, Displacement history, Livelihoods, Housing Land and Property, Social cohesion, Demographics, Access to health, Documentation
File Types xlsx
Number of Rows
Methodology Sample Survey
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Topic: Profiling of displacement situation in south central iraq Target populations: IDPs and host communities Coverage: The exercise targeted the urban centres and peri-urban areas in the following Governorates: Babylon, Kerbala, Najaf, and Wassit. The fifth assessment was a combined assessment of five southern governorates; Basra, Missan, Muthanna, Qadissiya and Thi qar. The five southern governorates were combined as one study due to smaller IDP and host populations in each of these areas; and due to these governorates sharing similar characteristics in terms of the economy, governance and demographics.

Methodology: The profiling study was based on five household surveys across 9 Governorates (five of these Governorates were adressed by one survey, while the remaning 5 surveys covered 5 different Governorates) . Each of the 5 surveys covered approximately 400 host community households and 400 IDP households in 30 different sites. The 30 sites were selected using a random stratified sample based on data from the Displacement Tracking Matrix of the International Organization for Migration (IOM). The sites were stratified based on urban or peri-urban characteristics, the number of IDP families present , and shelter typology of the IDP households.Data is not weighted due to the lack of a baseline for the population figures and composition. Limitations: Data is not weighted due to the lack of a baseline for the population figures and composition.