Central African Republic: Displacement Data - Baseline Assessment [IOM DTM]

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  • XLSX DTM CAR Baseline Assessment Round 14
    Updated: 4 March 2022

    Depuis plusieurs années, la République centrafricaine (RCA) est touchée par des crises politiques, sécuritaires et humanitaires liées aux conflits armés, aux conflits intercommunautaires ou provoquées par des conflits entre agriculteurs et éleveurs dans certaines zones.

    En réponse aux crises complexes en RCA, l’Organisation Internationale pour les Migrations (OIM) déploie, depuis décembre 2013, la Matrice de Suivi des Déplacements (Displacement Tracking Matrix, DTM), un outil qui collecte des données sur les tendances de déplacement ainsi que les besoins humanitaires multisectoriels des personnes affectées par les crises.

    Ce jeu de données présente la situation de déplacement dans les localités et sites d’accueil des déplacés internes et retournés. La collecte de données a été réalisée auprès de 7 287 informateurs clés entre le 15 décembre 2021 et le 27 janvier 2022 dans 11 préfectures en plus de la capitale Bangui : Bamingui-Bangoran, Haute-Kotto, Haut-Mbomou, Nana-Gribizi, Basse-Kotto, Nana-Mambere, Ombella-Mpoko, Ouaka, Mbomou, Ouham-Pende et Ouham (collecte réalisée uniquement dans les sites et non les localités dans l’Ouham).

  • XLSX DTM CAR Baseline Assessment Round 13
    Updated: 25 November 2021

    During this thirteenth round of movement monitoring, the DTM listed 1,798,001 mobile individuals as of end of September 2021, including 393,854 IDPs (81,219 households) and 1,404,147 returnees including 1,070,749 internal returnees (215,602 households) and 333,398 returnees from abroad (67,313 households). Of the IDP households listed, 66 percent live within host communities, 31 percent of official sites and 3 percent on unofficial sites.

  • XLSX DTM CAR Baseline Assessment Round 12
    Updated: 16 August 2021

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  • XLSX DTM CAR Baseline Assessment Round 11
    Updated: 30 March 2021

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  • XLSX DTM CAR Baseline Assessment Round 10
    Updated: 30 March 2021

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  • XLSX DTM CAR Baseline Assessment Round 9
    Updated: 26 January 2021

    This Round 9 DTM assessment identified a total of 1,492,273 individuals. These figures include 528,140 IDPs, 680,950 internal returnees and 283,183 returnees from abroad.

    Following the previous DTM round (July 2019), the key results presented in this report highlight the continuous increase in internal returns (+ 12% compared to round 8 in July 2019) and cross-border returns (+ 8% ). Finally, a decrease in internal displacements is observed (-2%).

  • XLSX DTM CAR Baseline Assessment Round 8
    Updated: 31 October 2019

    Round 8 of the DTM assessments, carried out between May 30 and July 15 in 1 426 localities of the nine prefectures covered. DTM identified a total of 1,401,255 individuals, including 537,285 IDPs, 600,473 internal returnees and 263,497 returned from abroad.

  • XLSX DTM CAR Baseline Assessment Round 7
    Updated: 11 September 2019

    There are around 464,000 IDPs in CAR. Between Round 6 and Round 7, the number of IDPs has decreased by 20 per cent. In parallel, the number of returnees (former IDPs) has increased by 21 per cent. As a result, some sitesin the prefecture of Ouaka were closed.

  • XLSX DTM CAR Baseline Assessment Round 6
    Updated: 12 February 2019

    In round 6 the DTM identified a total displaced population of 1,074,983 individuals: 580,692 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), 375,684 returnees (former IDPs) and 118,607 returnees from other countries. 25% of internal displacements are due to intercommunity tensions, against 68% related to armed conflicts and 5% as a preventive measure. The displaced population is 49% male and 51% female.

  • XLSX DTM CAR Baseline Assessment Round 5
    Updated: 3 January 2019

    Information collected in 9 prefectures (Bamingui-Bangoran, Bangui, Lower Kotto, Upper Kotto, Haut-Mbomou, Mbomou, Nana-Gribizi, Ouaka, and Ouham Pendé). The DTM identified a total displaced population of 965,364 individuals: 547,814 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), 309,826 returned (former IDPs) and 107,724 returned from other countries. 26% of internal displacements are due to inter-community tensions, compared to 67% linked to armed conflicts and 6% as a preventive measure. The displaced population is 49% male and 51% female.

  • XLSX DTM CAR Baseline Assessment Round 4
    Updated: 11 September 2018

    557,723 IDPs and 117,888 households. 59% of the displaced population Returned CAR i.e. 301,603 individuals and 32% Returned from other countries. The average size of a displaced household is 8 people. 98% of households IDPs have children and the average number of children per household is 5.5. The displaced population is 48% male and 52% female. 67% of the population is composed of minors between 0 and 18 years old. People over 60 represent 6% of the displaced.

  • XLS DTM CAR Baseline Assessment Round 3
    Updated: 12 July 2018

    This is a DTM CAR baseline assessment dataset. Data have been collected from 23rd March to 6th April 2018 in six admin1 with a partial coverage of some admin2 for insecurity reasons.

  • XLSX DTM CAR Baseline Assessment Round 2
    Updated: 15 August 2018

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Source International Organization for Migration (IOM)
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Date of Dataset December 15, 2021-January 27, 2022
Updated 4 March 2022
Expected Update Frequency Every six months
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