Cameroon Displacement - [IDPs, Returnees, Refugees] - Baseline Assessment [IOM DTM]

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  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 24.xlsx
    Updated: 21 June 2022

    Cet ensemble de données donne un aperçu de la situation dans la région de l’Extrême-Nord du Cameroun, où l’insécurité liée aux violences de groupes extrémistes armés et, dans une moindre mesure, les phénomènes climatiques et les pluies saisonnières, ont donné lieu à d’importants mouvements de population. Les informations présentées dans cet ensemble de données ont été recueillies auprès des personnes déplacées avec l’accord et le soutien des autorités locales, entre le 9 et le 17 février 2022. Au round 24 de la DTM, un total estimatif de plus de 558 000 individus a été identifié, dont 378 000 PDI, 50 000 réfugiés hors camp et 131 000 retournés. Le nombre de PDI a augmenté de 6 pour cent, le nombre de réfugiés hors camp a baissé de 5 pour cent et le nombre de retournés a baissé de 3 pour cent depuis le dernier round.

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 23
    Updated: 3 June 2022

    Cet ensemble de données donne un aperçu de la situation dans la région de l’Extrême-Nord du Cameroun, où l’insécurité liée aux violences de groupes extrémistes armés et, dans une moindre mesure, les phénomènes climatiques et les pluies saisonnières, ont donné lieu à d’importants mouvements de population. Les informations présentées dans cet ensemble de données ont été recueillies auprès des personnes déplacées avec l’accord et le soutien des autorités locales, entre le 7 et le 18 juillet 2021. Au round 23 de la DTM, un total estimatif de près de 550 000 individus a été identifié, dont 357 631 PDI, 51 997 réfugiés hors camp et 135 257 retournés. La population mobile dans la région a augmenté de 6 pour cent par rapport au round précédent (mars 2021). Le nombre de PDI a augmenté de 5 pour cent, le nombre de réfugiés hors camp a augmenté de 6 pour cent et le nombre de retournés a augmenté de 9 pour cent depuis le dernier round.

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 22
    Updated: 2 November 2021

    Round 22 data collection took place between 12 March and 31 March 2021. During this round, a total of 514,747 individuals were identified, 341,535 IDPs (55,912 households), 48,902 out-of-camp refugees (8,111 households) and 124,310 returnees (18,563 households).

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 21
    Updated: 26 January 2021

    The file has IDPs, Refugees and Returnees information along with information on COVID-19. There is are summary and analysis sheets in the file for better understanding.

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 20
    Updated: 31 January 2020

    Data was collected between 25 November and 6 December 2019. The displaced population is estimated at 461,664 individuals (297,380 IDPs, 47,305 out of camp refugees and 116,979 returnees). 931 locations were assessed including 68 new villages.

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 19
    Updated: 29 October 2019

    Data was collected between 12-25 August 2019. The displaced population is estimated at 428,289 individuals (270,870 IDPs, 46,845 out of camp refugees and 110,574 returnees). 863 villages were evaluated, including 10 new villages. 50.2% of the displaced population were male and 49.8% were female. 62% were under 18 years old. 49% of IDPs lived with host families, 27% lived in spontaneous sites, 15% lived in rental homes, 7% lived in new homes and 2 per cent live in collective centers. The priority needs of those displaced were drinking water, food and health care.

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 18
    Updated: 14 May 2019

    Data collected on the displacement situation in the Far North Region of Cameroon between 28 March and 8 April 2019. The displaced population is estimated at 423,835 individuals, 262,831 IDPs, 50,981 out of camp refugees and 110,023 returnees.

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 17
    Updated: 14 May 2019

    Data collected in the Far North Region of Cameroon between 1—13th of February 2019. The displaced population is estimated at 442,683 individuals (253,813 IDPs, 79,787 out of camp refugees and 109,083 returnees). 844 villages were evaluated including 9 new villages. 66 uninhabited villages were identified. 94% of the target population is displaced due to armed conflict in the Region and 6% is displaced due to flooding and other climatic factors.

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 16
    Updated: 3 January 2019

    The displaced population in Cameroon's Far North Region is estimated at 392,027 individuals (245,725 IDPs, 40,396 out of camp refugees and 105,906 returnees).

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 15
    Updated: 14 December 2018

    The displaced population in Cameroon's Far North Region is estimated at 387,035 individuals (244,347 IDPs, 41,763 out of camp refugees and 100,925 returnees). 806 villages were evaluated including 4 new villages. 66 uninhabited villages were identified.

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 14
    Updated: 14 December 2018

    Data was collected between 13-26 June 2018. The displaced population is estimated at 359,222 individuals (2227,581 IDPs, 39,403 out of camp refugees and 92,238 returnees). 786 villages were evaluated including 27 new villages. 68 uninhabited villages were identified. 93% of the target population is displaced due to armed conflict in the Region and 7% is displaced due to flooding and other climatic factors.

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 13
    Updated: 12 July 2018

    The displaced population is estimated at 352,921 individuals: 238,099 internally displaced persons (IDPs), 31,681 non-camp refugees and 83,141 returned. 92% of displaced populations are displaced by armed conflict in the region. 7% of displacements are caused by floods, drought and other climatic factors. 1% of trips are caused by other unspecified reasons. Data collected from 12 to 24th of April

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 12
    Updated: 10 May 2018

    The displaced population is estimated 342,416 individuals (241,030 IDPs, 31,656 out of camp refugees and 69,730 returnees). 747 villages were evaluated including 4 new villages. 69 uninhabited villages were identified. 91% of the target population is displaced due to armed conflict in the region and 9% is displaced due to flooding and other climatic factors. 51% of the displaced population is male and 49% is female. 65% are under 18 years old, while 3% are 60 years old or older. 45% of those displaced live with host families, 15% live in rented houses, 22% live in spontaneous sites, 14% returned to their original dwelling, and one per cent live in the open air without shelter.

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 11
    Updated: 3 January 2019

    he displaced population is estimated at 335,016 individuals (241,987 IDPs,29,337 out of camp refugees and 63,692 returnees). 743 villages were evaluated including 14 new villages. 60 uninhabited villages were identified. 92% of the target population is displaced due to armed conflict in the Region and 8% is displaced due to flooding and other climatic factors. 47% of those displaced live with host families, 16% rent houses, 23% live in spontaneous sites, and less than one per cent live in the open air without shelter.

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 10
    Updated: 3 January 2019

    The displaced population is estimated at 328,785 individuals (237,967 IDPs, 29,728 unregistered refugees and 61,090 returnees). 726 villages were evaluated including 3 new villages. 56 uninhabited villages were identified. 92% of the target population is displaced due to armed conflict in the Region. 46% of those displaced live with host families, 16% rent houses, 24% live in spontaneous sites, 14% returned to their original dwellings, 1% live in collective centers and 1% live in the open air without shelter.

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 9
  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 8
    Updated: 3 January 2019

    Identified an estimated 318,929 individuals comprising 228,443 IDPs, 32,459 unregistered refugees and 58,027 returnees. 674 villages were surveyed including 56 new villages. 96% of the assessed population were displaced due to armed conflict in the region. 51% of the displaced population are men and boys, while 49% are women and girls. 53% of the population are children from 0 to 12 years of age. 52% of displaced households live with host families, 24% occupy rental space, 17% live in spontaneous sites, 4% live in collective centres and 2% live in exposed, open air environments.

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 7
    Updated: 3 January 2019

    223,642 IDPs (39,002 households), 30,593 unregistered refugees (4,987 households) and 43,435 returnees (7,347 households).

  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 6
  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 5
  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 4
  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 3
  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 2
  • XLSX DTM Cameroon Baseline Assessment Round 1
Source International Organization for Migration (IOM)
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Date of Dataset November 10, 2015-February 16, 2022
Updated 21 June 2022
Expected Update Frequency Every six months
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