Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Mali, April 2014


Key Findings

  • 26,761 households (137,096 internally displaced persons) registered and assessed by IOM in all regions in Mali. 79,843 IDPs in the south and 57,253 IDPs in the north.

  • IDPs’ movement toward the northern regions continue, even if they slow down since the beginning of the year

  • A survey conducted on IDPs in the south and in the north, revealed that 75% of displaced households want to go back to their place of origin, while 21% would like to stay in the place of displacement.

  • 283 935 returnees (to their places of origin) identified in Gao, Tombouctou, Kidal and Mopti

  • A survey conducted on IDPs’ primary needs, shows that 45% of the IDP households expressed needs in terms of food, 18% in the form of shelter, 13% in terms of employment and 7% for transportation support.

  • A need evaluation conducted in villages in the northern regions revealed needs in terms of foods (71% of assessed villages) and in terms of WASH (14% of assessed villages)