Mozambique Displacement Data - Baseline Assessment - Northern Mozambique Crisis - [IOM DTM]

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  • XLSX DTM Mozambique Baseline Assessment Round 16
    Updated: 3 August 2022

    Increased security incidents in northern Mozambique since 2017 resulted in population displacement as well as subsequent humanitarian needs. To better understand the scope of displacement trends and needs of displaced populations, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) activated DTM in Cabo Delgado province in February 2019.

    In the 16th round of Baseline Assessments, key-informant interviews were conducted at district and location-level between May and June 2022. Assessments estimate the presence of 946,508 internally displaced persons (IDPs) mapped across displacement sites and host communities in 212 localities. Security and access restraints in the districts of Nangade, Macomia, Meluco, Mocimboa da Praia, Quissanga, Muidumbe and Palma, have limited data collection to select localities accessible to DTM field teams and focal points.

    For this round, 30% of 946,508 IDPs are mapped in relocation sites, temporary centers and host community extensions. Approximately 1% of total IDPs present at the time of assessment were mapped in Pemba (139,566 individuals), followed by Metuge (126,030 individuals), Nangade (116,538 individuals), Mueda (104,270 individuals) and Ancuabe (82,496 individuals).

  • XLSX DTM Mozambique Baseline Assessment Round 15
    Updated: 28 April 2022

    For R15 baseline assessment, key-informant interview were conducted at district and location-level between January and February 2022. Assessments estimate the presence of 784,564 internally displaced persons (IDPs) mapped across displacement sites and host communities in 208 localities. Security and access restraints in the districts of Nangade, Macomia, Meluco, Mocimboa da Praia, Quissanga, Muidumbe and Palma, have limited data collection to select localities accessible to DTM held teams and focal points.

    For this round, 28% of 784,564 IDPs are mapped in relocation sites, temporary centers and host community extensions. One-fitth of total IDPs present at the time of assessment were mapped in Pemba (151,987 individuals), followed by Metuge (124,036 individuals), Mueda (84,822 individuals), Ancuabe (72,526 individuals) and Nangade (64,866 individuals).

  • XLSX DTM Mozambique Baseline Assessment Round 14
  • XLSX DTM Mozambique Baseline Assessment Round 13
  • XLSX DTM Mozambique Baseline Assessment Round 12
    Updated: 21 November 2021

    The twelfth round of the DTM Baseline assessment was carried out in 155 localities, located in the provinces of Cabo Delgado (102 localities), Nampula (36 localities), Niassa (9 localities), Sofala (2 localities) and Zambezia (6 localities). As of April 2021, an estimated 662,828 IDPs were identied in Cabo Delgado, while an additional 66,913 IDPs were identied in Nampula, 1,200 in Zambezia, 1,133 in Niassa, and 153 in Sofala.

    This brings the total number of individuals displaced in the five provinces to 732,227* Internally Displaced Persons, or 155,494 displaced families. Overall, 23% of the IDP population is male, 31% female, and 46% are children.

Source International Organization for Migration
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Date of Dataset February 01, 2022-May 29, 2022
Updated 3 August 2022
Expected Update Frequency Every six months
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