KEY 10TH REPORT DATA AT A GLANCE
Indicative information collected at the community level from key informants;
Conflict IDPs: 367,517 households/2,205,102 individuals
- Natural disaster IDPs: 4,124 households/24,744 individuals
Conflict displaced returnees: 158,245 households/ 949,470 individuals
- Natural disaster returnees: 6,955 households/41,730 individuals
Conflict IDPs: The top 5 governorates are 1) Taizz, 2) Hajjah, 3) Sana’a, 4)
Amanat Al Asimah, and 5) Dhamar. These governorates host 67% of the total conflict IDP population.
Conflict returnees: The top 5 governorates are 1) Aden, 2) Amanat Al Asimah, 3) Taizz, 4) Lahj, and 5) Hajjah. These governorates host 79% of the total conflict returnee population.
Governorates of origin: The top 5 governorates are Taizz, Hajjah, Amanat Al Asimah, Sa’ada and Sana’a and represent 86% of the total conflict displaced population.
IDP shelter: 62% of IDPs are renting or are hosted by family, friends or others, usually without paying rent.
Returnee shelter: 78% are residing in their original house or habitual residence.
IDPs needs: 74% indicated food as the primary need with shelter/housing and drinking water indicated as the second and third priority needs.
Returnee needs: 38% indicated food as the primary need with psychosocial support and access to income indicated as the second and third priority needs. However, this varied between the different governorates. The returnees in only two governments expressed the need for psychosocial support: Aden (100%) and Al Bayda (83.33%).
KEY STATISTICS – DISPLACEMENT AND RETURN
CONFLICT RELATED: The 10th TFPM affirms a population of concern, in connection with the ongoing conflict, of 3,154,572 individuals. This is composed of 2,205,102 IDPs who remain in a situation of displacement across 21 governorates, mainly in Taizz, Hajjah, and Sana’a, and 949,470 returnees in 19 governorates, mainly in Aden, Amanat Al Asimah and Taizz.
NATURAL DISASTER RELATED: The 10th TFPM Report also provides figures on displaced and returnee populations in relation to displacement due to natural disasters, namely the two cyclones that made landfall in November, 2015 and the flash flooding in April, 2016. 24,744 individuals remain in displacement owing to natural events across 13 governorates with 41,730 returnees across 6 governorates