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25 Nov 2016 description

Background

Call detail records (CDRs) are registered by mobile operators for billing purposes. They include information on the cell tower used by subscribers when sending and receiving text messages and making calls. In de-identified formats, they can be used to estimate mobility patterns of a population. The CDR analysis described here was undertaken in compliance with the GSMA privacy guidelines developed in the context of the Ebola outbreak (GSMA, 2014).

Methodology

Population flow estimation

21 Nov 2016 description

Background

Heavy rains have been affecting Haiti since 5 November 2016, resulting in flash floods, water surges and landslides in 4 departments: Grand Anse, Northwest, North and Northeast ( ECHO , PAHO ). Ten deaths were reported, seven of which in Cap Haïtien. In this supplementary report, we present estimates of population movements for the Department of Nord.

21 Nov 2016 description

Background

Call detail records (CDRs) are registered by mobile operators for billing purposes. They include information on the cell tower used by subscribers when sending and receiving text messages and making calls. In de-identified formats, they can be used to estimate mobility patterns of a population. The CDR analysis described here was undertaken in compliance with the GSMA privacy guidelines developed in the context of the Ebola outbreak (GSMA, 2014).

Methodology

27 Oct 2016 description
infographic Flowminder Foundation

• The map shows the estimated distribution of people for whom their home Section Communale in the pre-hurricane period was in either Grande Anse, Sud or Nippes départment, and as of 24 October had moved to another Section Communale.

• Estimates are based on movements of de-identified SIM cards which made or received at least one call pre-hurricane and on 24 October 2016.

• The SIM card movements combined with available population data derived from estimates for the year 2015[1].

• The table lists the locations with the largest number of arrivals

27 Oct 2016 description
infographic Flowminder Foundation

• Ninety-five percent of the Haitian population normally lives under Digicel radio coverage. Normal geographic coverage can be found at: http://www.digicelhaiti.com

• The information provided here comes from the Digicel network team. Recovery of the network is far advanced.

• Note that functioning mobile towers in an area may not always translate into the ability of all users to place calls, and will depend on network demand.

16 Oct 2016 description
infographic Flowminder Foundation

• Quatre-vingt-quinze pour cent de la population Haïtienne vit normalement avec couverture radio Digicel.
Couverture géographique normale peut être trouvée à: http://www.digicelhaiti.com • L'information fournie ici provient de l’équipe Digicel. La restauration du réseau est sur son chemin. Nous nous efforçons de fournir des mises à jour quotidiennes de l'état du réseau.

16 Oct 2016 description
infographic Flowminder Foundation
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• Ninety-five percent of the Haitian population normally lives under Digicel radio coverage. Normal geographic coverage can be found at: http://www.digicelhaiti.com

• The information provided here comes from the Digicel network team. Recovery of the network is far advanced. We endeavour to provide daily updates of the state of the network.

• Note that functioning mobile towers in an area may not always translate into the ability of all users to place calls as communication demands are high and network capacity reduced.

15 Aug 2016 description
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Summary Report

Situational Overview and Key Findings

The 2016 monsoon in Nepal started on 15th June, entering the Eastern region on 15th June (MFD) and the country’s Far­Western region on 19th June (MFD). Heavy rain from the start of July caused flooding and triggered landslides across the country, affecting 51 districts (Fig. i). The Terai of the Mid­West, West and East Development Regions have been declared as being most affected (UN, 1 August 2016).