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29 Feb 2012 description

This assessment of the Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Dolo Ado area of Ethiopia, is based on a quantitative analysis of satellite imagery acquired on 11 January 2012 to provide an updated shelter count. A total of 4,950 tent structures were identified within the camp site encompassing a current area of approximately 2.9km2. This shelter count was obtained using an automated shelter detection computer model with a high degree of confidence and reviewed manually for accuracy with standard image interpretation methods.

29 Feb 2012 description

his assessment of the Kobe refugee camp in the Dolo Ado area of Ethiopia, is based on a quantitative analysis of satellite imagery acquired on 11 January 2012 to provide an updated shelter count. A total of 4,945 tent structures were identified within the camp site encompassing a current area of approximately 2.3km2. This shelter count was obtained using an automated shelter detection computer model with a high degree of confidence and reviewed manually for accuracy with standard image interpretation methods.

29 Feb 2012 description

This assessment of the Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Dolo Ado area of Ethiopia, is based on a quantitative analysis of satellite imagery acquired on 11 January 2012 to provide an updated shelter count. A total of 4,950 tent structures were identified within the camp site encompassing a current area of approximately 2.9km2. This shelter count was obtained using an automated shelter detection computer model with a high degree of confidence and reviewed manually for accuracy with standard image interpretation methods.

29 Feb 2012 description

This assessment of the Buramino refugee camp in the Dolo Ado area of Ethiopia, is based on a quantitative analysis of satellite imagery acquired on 23 January 2012. Buramino is a new camp opened on the 30 November 2011 to relieve congestion at a transition center in the region. A total of 1,507 tent structures were identified within the camp site encompassing a current area of approximately 807m2. This shelter count was obtained using an automated shelter detection computer model with a high degree of confidence and reviewed manually for accuracy with standard image interpretation methods.

29 Feb 2012 description

This assessment of the Hilaweyn refugee camp in the Dolo Ado area of Ethiopia, is based on a quantitative analysis of satellite imagery acquired on 23 January 2012 to provide an updated shelter count. A total of 4,573 tent structures were identified within the camp site encompassing a current area of approximately 2.3km2. This shelter count was obtained using an automated shelter detection computer model with a high degree of confidence and reviewed manually for accuracy with standard image interpretation methods.

19 Aug 2011 description

This assessment of the Halowed camp in Dolo Ado was based on a quantitative analysis for Somali refugees fleeing the drought and conflict in Somalia. A semi-automated shelter detection analysis was conducted using satellite imagery recorded on 11 August 2011. A total of approximately 215 tents and building structures were identified with a high degree of confidence within the camp site encompassing a current area of approximately 0.0274 meters squared. Approximately and additional 25 fixed buildings, likely allocated for camp infrastructure and staff, are observed in the camp.

08 Aug 2011 description

This assessment of the Melkadid camp near the Ethiopian border town of Dolo was done at the request of UNHCR in support of emergency humanitarian planning in the area following the recent influx of Somali refugees. Satellite imagery acquired on 31 July 2011 over the camp was used for a tent assessment and infrastructure. This is a preliminary assessment and has not yet been validated in the field. Please send feedback to UNITAR/UNOSAT at the contact information below. Additional reports will be produced as new imagery becomes available.

02 Aug 2011 description

In the north-eastern section of the border town of Dolo there are 3 small concentrations of likely informal shelters, numbering 75 in total which were erected between 26 October 2010 and 17 July 2011. The average size of these probable shelters is relatively small (<10m2) and informally built on marginal land at the northern edge of town, and thus could represent locations of Somali refugees. This is a preliminary assessment and has not yet been validated in the field. Please send feedback to UNITAR/UNOSAT at the contact information below.