Displacement Tracking Matrix

The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) is a Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) cluster tool developed by the International Organization for Migration (IOM). DTM is a survey-based information management tool used to gather baseline information on internally displaced persons (IDPs) and their conditions in the location in which they have temporarily settled. Under South Sudan’s CCCM guidelines DTM is rolled-out in all sites classified as Protection of Civilians (PoCs), settlements and collective centers and host communities.

DTM provides monthly information on the needs of South Sudan’s displaced populations. It provides a baseline of information on the core emergency sectors and population tracking information for all humanitarian partners to plan interventions, taking into consideration the specific needs of men, women, boys and girls. The CCCM tool acts as a referral mechanism for sectorial data for relevant clusters (Shelter, Health, Education, Protection, Water Sanitation and Hygiene, Gender, etc.) for corresponding action.
DTM is a flexible instrument, adaptable to diverse situations and diverse information requirements. The methodological concept of DTM among each mission remains the same, with implementation and operational activities adapted accordingly to local context. DTM has been designed as a structured approach which corresponds closely with all information needs. All data and reports are available from the DTM website.

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Basic Information

Site type POC
Latitude 47.432532432
Longtiude 12.3423433
Site Management Agency at site Yes
Site Crowded Very crowded
Accessibility to site Yes
Registration activity Yes
Most common type of shelter Tents

Host Community

Total Number of Host Community individuals 3232
Total Number of Host Community households 598
HH sharing shelter with community <25%

DEMOGRAPHICS

Total Number of IDP individuals 15,000
Total Number of IDP house holds 6790

Population tracking

Date of first population arrival July 2014
Date of last population arrival Feb 2015
More HH expected Yes
How long do IDPs plan to stay here? About 1 month
Number of pregnant women 214
Number of persons with physical disabilities 15
Number of persons with mental disabilities 4
Where does the majority of IDPs intend to go? Place of origin

Place of habitual residence and Intentions

Largest Group

State County
Place of habitual residence Upper Nile Malakal
Intended area of destination Malakal Malakal Centre

Second largest Group

State County
Place of habitual residence Upper Nile Malakal
Intended area of destination Malakal Malakal Centre

Health

Distance to nearest facilities/services? On-site(>20mins)
Health facility managed by NGO
Physical access to health facility Yes
Referral system for secondary care Yes
Regular access to medicine Yes
Maternity health service available Yes
Types of health problems
  1. Malaria
  2. Bloody Diarrhea
  3. Malnutrition
Number of deaths in the past 4 weeks Under 5: 5 years and older:
Types of most required health equipment/medicine
  1. Contraception
  2. Antibiotics
  3. Anti-malarial
Health screening for malnutrition been conducted in the area over the past month Yes

nfi/shelter

% of families living outside (no shelter) <25%
% of families living in tents? None
% of families living in rakoobas/tukul? <50%
% of families living in makeshift shelters? <50%
% of families living in solid wall shelters (community buildings)? <50%
Main method for accessing shelter Rental payment
Average number of familiy units (households) per shelter? 4
Local shelter material available for collection Yes
% of families that use mosquito nets? 25%

wash

Nearest main water source (walking one-way) On-site (>20 min)
main water source for drinking Hand pumps
Average amount of water consumed per person per day 10-15 liters
Do IDPs have containers for drinking water? Some
No of Male latrines? 87
No of female latrines? 27
Total No. functioning Latrines 27
Hygiene education programs being delivered Yes

fsl

Markets physically accessible from site Yes
Main source for obtaining food Bought with cash
Date of last food distribution Jun 9 2015
Households have access to income generating activities No
Type of source of income
  1. Fishing
  2. Selling firewood
  3. Daily labour

education

Children education Govt School
Nearest education facility Off-site (>20 min)
Education available to primary school (3-12 years) Yes
Education services available to youths (13-20 years) Yes
Education services available for adult Yes
How often do teachers come to the site? Daily
Children at site attending primary school (3-12 years) <75%
Teachers compensations/payments NGO

communication

IDPs feel they receive enough information on site Yes
Where do IDPs receive information Verbally from other individuals
Types of information needed
  1. Access to daily services
  2. Security Situation
  3. Shelter
IDPs have enough information about place of origin/place of habitual residence (home) Yes
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