Mozambique Displacement Data - Baseline Assessment - Idai - [IOM DTM]

  • XLSX DTM Mozambique Baseline Assessment Round 6
    Updated: November 26, 2019

    Of the 46 resettlement neighborhoods evaluated, most of the neighborhoods with (96%) are located in the Provinces. Sofala, Manica, and Zambezia, with 46,710 people corresponding to 10,831 families; The displaced population remaining in accommodation centers and resettlement neighborhoods is estimated around 54,000 people corresponding to 12,000 families.

  • XLSX DTM Mozambique Baseline Assessment Round 5
    Updated: September 17, 2019
    • An estimated 1,261 households and 7,730 individuals left their assessed locality to another district;
    • More than 2,000,000 people whose homes were affected by shelter damage have stayed inside their locality;
    • In Sofala and Zambezia reported a displaced population who have not returned to their locality of origin estimated at around 17,000 individuals and 4,000 households;
    • The number of returned population who have returned to their locality of origin represents nearly 10,000 people and around 2,000 households.
  • XLSX DTM Mozambique Baseline Assessment Round 2
    Updated: September 11, 2019

    From 27 May to 3 June, in close coordination with Mozambique’s INGC, IOM DTM teams conducted baseline assessments at locality level. The assessment covered 19 districts in Sofala, Manica, Tete and Zambezia provinces. There are 334+ K households and more than 1.5M affected individuals.

  • XLSX DTM Mozambique Baseline Assessment Round 1
Source International Organization for Migration (IOM)
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Date of Dataset Oct 02, 2019 - Nov 09, 2019
Updated November 26, 2019
Expected Update Frequency Every three months
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