Ethiopia Displacement - Northern Region Tigray -IDPs - Site Assessment - [IOM DTM]

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia - SA - Northern Region Tigray - R9
    Updated: 22 June 2022

    Through Emergency Site Assessment round 9 (Jan-Feb 2022), 175,264 IDPs were identified across 83 IDP sites in Afar region and 462,529 IDPs were identified across 560 IDP sites in Amhara region respectively. However, Zone 2 in Afar region was largely inaccessible due to active conflict and insecurity, and thus affected the total number of IDPs that could be identified. The IDP figures in both regions have decreased significantly following the withdrawal of armed conflict in eastern Amhara (mainly North Wello, South Wello and North Shewa zones) and parts of western Afar (Zone 4 and Zone 1). Through Emergency Site Assessment round 8 (Aug 2021), 1.8 million IDPs were identified in 581 IDP sites in Tigray region. However, please note that this information requires updating as a new round could not be conducted for the past 6 months due to a lack of fuel and cash. It is anticipated that the number of IDPs in Tigray should have dropped very significantly due to returns since August 2021.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia - SA - Northern Region Tigray - R8
    Updated: 15 December 2021

    From 27 July— 4 October 2021, the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) deployed its Emergency Site Assessment (ESA) to capture internal displacement related to the Northern Ethiopia Crisis. This multisectoral location assessment assesses the number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and collects basic information on the multisectoral needs of IDPs at site level.

    By this eighth round, DTM’s 4,061 key informants reported that 2,114,653 IDPs (453,263 households) were displaced across 695 sites in Tigray, Amhara and Afar regions thus far. 1,814,284 IDPs (386,741 households) were reported in Tigray region, 151,040 IDPs (38,740 households) in Amhara region and 149,329 IDPs (27,782 households) in Afar region. While the level of access improved significantly within Tigray region this round, a lack of access and insecurity still posed challenges in the Western and Southern zones in Tigray region, Wag Hamra and North Wello zones in Amhara region, and Zone 4 in Afar region during the time of data collection.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia - SA - Northern Region Tigray - R7
    Updated: 15 December 2021

    From 1— 26 June 2021, the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) deployed its Emergency Site Assessment to capture internal displacement related to the Northern Ethiopia Crisis. This multisectoral location assessment assesses the number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and collects basic information on the multisectoral needs of IDPs at site level.

    By this seventh round, 2,105,387 IDPs (449,492 households) have been found to be displaced across 377 sites in Tigray, Amhara and Afar regions thus far. 2,036,398 IDPs (432,358 households) were found in Tigray region, 49,001 IDPs (9,102 households) in Afar region and 19,988 IDPs (8,032 households) in Amhara region*. It should be noted that the lack of access and insecurity continue to be considerable challenges for this round.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia - SA - Northern Region Tigray - R6
    Updated: 15 December 2021

    From 3 — 24 May 2021, the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) deployed its Emergency Site Assessment to capture internal displacement related to the Northern Ethiopia Crisis. This multisectoral location assessment assesses the number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and collects basic information on the multisectoral needs of IDPs at site level. In this sixth round, a total of 1,990,168 IDPs (424,342 households) have been identified across 301 sites thus far. 1,918,220 IDPs (404,325 households) were found in Tigray region, 49,643 IDPs (9,165 households) in Afar region and 22,305 IDPs (10,852 households) in Amhara region. However, it should be noted that access constraints and insecurity continue to pose as challenges to the data collection process.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia - SA - Northern Region Tigray - R5
    Updated: 15 December 2021

    From 1 — 22 April 2021, the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) deployed its Emergency Site Assessment to capture internal displacement related to the Northern Ethiopia Crisis. This multisectoral location assessment assesses the number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and collects basic information on the multisectoral needs of IDPs at site level. In this fifth round, 1,715,176 IDPs (354,516 households) were found to be displaced across 265 sites in Tigray, Amhara and Afar regions. 1,645,944 IDPs (335,308 households) were found in Tigray region, 48,420 IDPs (8,952 households) in Afar region and 20,812 IDPs (10,256 households) in Amhara region. It should be noted that access and insecurity were considerable challenges for this round.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia - SA - Northern Region Tigray - R4
    Updated: 15 December 2021

    From 2 — 23 March 2021, the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) deployed its Emergency Site Assessment to capture internal displacement related to the Northern Ethiopia Crisis. This multisectoral location assessment assesses the number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and collects basic information on the multisectoral needs of IDPs at site level.

    In this fourth round, 1,064,176 IDPs (235,882 households) were found to be displaced across 178 sites in Tigray, Amhara and Afar regions. 1,000,052 IDPs (218,246 households) were found in Tigray region, 45,343 IDPs (8,325 households) in Afar region and 18,781 IDPs (9,311 households) in Amhara region. As access constraints and insecurity were considerable challenges, please note that these displacement figures are not reflective of the displacement total for the Northern Ethiopia Crisis but rather are the number of IDPs identified in the 96 sites that were accessible this round.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia - SA - Northern Region Tigray - R3
    Updated: 7 April 2021

    In this third round, 417,152 IDPs (108,116 households)* were found to be displaced across 96 accessible sites in Tigray, Amhara and Afar regions. 360,268 IDPs (92,856 households) were found in Tigray region, 41,951 IDPs (7,700 households) in Afar region and 14,933 IDPs (7,560 households) in Amhara region. As access constraints and insecurity were considerable challenges, please note that these displacement figures are not reflective of the displacement total for the Northern Ethiopia Crisis but rather are the number of IDPs identified in the 96 sites that were accessible this round.

  • XLSX DTM Ethiopia - SA - Northern Region Tigray - R2
Source International Organization for Migration
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Date of Dataset December 22, 2020-February 15, 2022
Updated 22 June 2022
Expected Update Frequency Every six months
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