974,956 individuals active in the DTM biometric database. Among them, 56% are women; and 57% under 18
78% of counties (78/78) covered by DTM 11 mobility monitoring data collection
142 travel and return events monitored by the DTM through its network of investigators, (140,842 individual trips and 22,745 returns
46,005 interviews carried out (149,671 individual movements monitored)
Assessments and Surveys
Following the publication of the multisectoral survey on needs in urban areas, which included the survey on vulnerability to COVID-19, in the towns of Juba, Bentiu, Malakal and Wau and their IDP camps and PoC site respective, the DTM team coordinated and collaborated actively with the partners. (OCHA, WFP, UNICEF, REACH, FAO and UNHCR) on the next round of multi-sector urban surveys on the needs, vulnerabilities and impact of COVID-19 (FSNMS +) in the technical working group. In addition to this, Enumeration Area (EA) assessments have been deployed; it started with a training of trainers (ToT) session with the participation of technical teams from RRC, NBS and the University of Juba, followed by training of interviewers in the various fields. During the reporting period, EA assessments had gone halfway to all planned locations, regardless of local challenges encountered on the ground, which were quickly resolved with the support of government partners in the field. National level. The results of this evaluation would feed into the sampling frames of the FSNMS + urban surveys led by the IOM-DTM.
DTM performed a comprehensive boma-level mapping of facilities, infrastructure and services using the Village Assessment Survey (VAS) methodology, deploying teams to Aweil South, Pibor and Akobo during of the second trimester. Forty-five enumerators were trained, supervised and guided by DTM staff during data collection. At the same time, DTM’s GIS and reporting team is working on cleaning and analyzing data for the three counties.