Ethiopia Displacement Data - Village Assessment [IOM DTM]

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  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia Village Assessment Feb22 R11
    Updated: 9 May 2022

    Through Village Assessment Survey round 11 (Dec 2021-Feb 2022), a total of 2.85 million returning IDPs were identified in 2,378 villages across 11 regions (except Tigray region due to a lack of fuel and cash). 2.7 million returning IDPs (94%) were initially displaced due to conflict, 54,129 returning IDPs (2%) were initially displaced due to seasonal floods and 51,540 returning IDPs due to drought (2%). Significantly, this round’s returning IDP number has increased substantially due to the mass return of 1.5 million returning IDPs, mainly concentrated in the east of Amhara region (North Shewa, North Wello and South Wello zones), following the withdrawal of armed conflict.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia Village Assessment Sep21 R10
    Updated: 15 December 2021

    Through Village Assessment Survey, a total of 1.5 million returning IDPs were identified in 1,172 villages across 9 regions. A large majority of returning IDPs (1.4 million) were initially displaced due to conflict while 61,295 returning IDPs were initially displaced due to flash floods and 54,095 returning IDPs due to seasonal floods. The region hosting the largest number of returning IDPs was Oromia region with 653,549 returning IDPs, followed by Somali region with 392,286 returning IDPs. However, please note that there were considerable access and/or security issues in Amhara, Benishangul Gumz, Oromia and Tigray regions which affected the total displacement and return count.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia Village Assessment Jul21 R9
    Updated: 15 December 2021

    Through Village Assessment Survey, a total of 1.3 million returning IDPs were identified in 1,180 villages across 10 regions. A large majority of returning IDPs (1.2 million) were initially displaced due to conflict while 56,280 returning IDPs were initially displaced due to seasonal floods and 55,039 returning IDPs due to flash floods. The region hosting the largest number of returning IDPs was Oromia region with 672,315 returning IDPs, followed by Somali region with 387,128 returning IDPs. However, please note that there were considerable access and/or security issues in Amhara, Benishangul Gumz, Oromia and Tigray regions which affacted the total displacement and return count.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia Village Assessment Apr21 R8
    Updated: 15 December 2021

    Through Village Assessment Survey, a total of 1.5 million returning IDPs were identified in 1,421 villages across 10 regions. A large majority of returning IDPs (1.4 million) were initially displaced due to conflict while 67,842 returning IDPs were initially displaced due to seasonal floods and 55,214 returning IDPs due to flash floods. The region hosting the largest number of returning IDPs was Oromia region with 714,493 returning IDPs, followed by Somali region with 406,830 returning IDPs.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia Village Assessment Jan21 R7
    Updated: 7 April 2021

    Through Village Assessment Survey, a total of 1.5 million returning IDPs were identified in 1,381 villages across 9 regions. A large majority of returning IDPs (1.4 million) were initially displaced due to conflict while 47,122 returning IDPs were initially displaced due to flash floods and 35,522 returning IDPs due to seasonal floods. The region hosting the largest number of returning IDPs was Oromia region with 821,653 returning IDPs, followed by Somali region with 408,741 returning IDPs.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia Village Assessment Sep20 R6
    Updated: 15 December 2020

    Through the Site Assessment which was conducted from 15 August to 20 September 2020, DTM captured 1,846,551 IDPs (344,782 households) in 1,346 sites across the 11 regions of Ethiopia. The biggest causes of displacement were conflict which displaced 1,118,782 IDPs (61%), followed by drought which displaced 309,419 IDPs (17%), flash floods which displaced 206,893 IDPs (11%) and seasonal floods which displaced 117,194 IDPs (6%). VAS was carried out during the same period and covered 1,294 villages across 8 regions. A total of 1,210,053 returning IDPs, 35,409 IDPs, 9,940 returned migrants and 1,326,717 host community members were tracked through VAS.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia Village Assessment Jul20 R5
    Updated: 25 September 2020

    hrough the Site Assessment which was conducted from 1 June to 5 July 2020, DTM captured 1,820,811 IDPs (329,084 households) in 1,297 sites across the 11 regions of Ethiopia. The biggest causes of displacement were conflict which displaced 1,233,557 IDPs (68%), followed by drought which displaced 351,062 IDPs (19%), seasonal floods which displaced 104,696 IDPs (6%) and flash floods which displaced 50,093 IDPs (3%). VAS was carried out during the same period and covered 1,205 villages across 8 regions. A total of 1,400,892 returning IDPs, 10,603 IDPs, 11,595 returned migrants and 1,226,690 host community members were tracked through VAS.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia Village Assessment Mar20 R4.xlsx
    Updated: 7 May 2020

    VAS was carried out between 1 February to 12 March 2020 and covered 1,150 villages across 8 regions. VAS is targeted at locations with high returns to evaluate the absorption capacity of the village with a focus on accessibility of services, livelihoods and reintegration. A total of 1,396,764 returning IDPs, 10,657 IDPs, 5,408 returned migrants and 1,265,476 host community members were tracked through VAS.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia Village Assessment Dec19 R3
  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia Village Assessment Oct19 R2
    Updated: 27 November 2019

    The dataset contains number of IDP returnees, migrant returnees and host communities and their needs etc.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia Village Assessment Jun19 R1
    Updated: 30 October 2019

    The dataset contains number of IDP returnees, migrant returnees and host communities and their needs etc.

Source International Organization for Migration
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Date of Dataset December 01, 2021-February 15, 2022
Updated 9 May 2022
Expected Update Frequency Every six months
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